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December 2020

Growing Up Pagan: Why the Pagan Community Needs to Embrace Their Youth

I’m someone who was raised as a Pagan throughout my childhood; The flavor may have changed over the years as my parents experimented and searched for their right path, but all in all, my childhood memories are filled with the rather interesting activities that come with being Pagan. 

I was absolutely blessed in the Pagan parents department because my mom and dad both worked hard to make sure my siblings and learned about different parts of Paganism in ways we could understand. They taught us about the holidays and showed us ways to celebrate them, taught us the “rules”, answered our questions, helped us learn from books, but most importantly they included us in rituals and acts of magic. On top of that, everything was done in a way that really made everything normal for the three of us: it wasn’t weird, it just was. 

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“O! Mighty goddess, in silvery ice,
watching over us as we sleep,
a layer of shining white,
covering the earth each night,
frost on the world and in the soul,
we thank you for visiting us.
Because of you, we seek warmth
in the comfort of our homes and hearths.”

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Yule Ritual 2020

Celebrate the Winter Solstice this year by joining us in this online ritual to bring forth gifts of charity, compassion, and understanding led by Kristen Kirk. If you would like to join in our ritual at home and work the magic with us, set your altar according to your tradition and gather the following tools.

  • 1 Central Ritual Candle (we used yellow beeswax)
  • Oil infused with herbs for Winter Solstice (we used cedar and juniper)
  • Ground Cinnamon

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