Pagan RSS Feeds
Site - wildhunt.org
About Site - The Wild Hunt was founded as a news blog in 2004 by Jason Pitzl. The Wild Hunt's mission is to provide daily news and commentary for the Pagan, Heathen, and polytheist communities around the world.
Site - humanisticpaganism.com/blog
About Site - This site is dedicated to amplifying the voices of and providing an online home for Humanistic and Naturalistic Pagans who seek to integrate ritual and meditative practices with a mythic worldview based on the most current and compelling scientific evidence.
Site - paganmusic.co.uk/blog
About Site - Damh the Bard – is a modern-day Bard whose spirituality and love of folk tradition is expressed through his pagan music, storytelling and poetry. Drawing on the Bardic tradition, his performances are both entertaining and educational, speaking directly to the heart, and never without a good splash of humour.
Site - witchwaymagazine.com
About Site - Witch Way Magazine is a Digital Pagan E-Magazine that aims at helping our readers learn about topics from different perspectives growing their knowledge base and igniting new passions within their craft.
Site - norsemyth.org
About Site - Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried is a writer on mythology and religion. A Norse mythologist and musician in Chicago, he is Adjunct Professor and Pagan Chaplain at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Site - naturalpagans.com
About Site - We are a group of Pagan bloggers who come from a variety of backgrounds, but who all practice a naturalistic approach to our spirituality. We celebrate the natural world in our paths, both through scientific evidence and through our personal relationships to the land.
Site - moodymoons.com
About Site - A Celebration of the Seasons & the Spirit. Welcome to Moody Moon’s blog! I post tips, recipes, ritual ideas, pagan crafts and more ideas to live naturally, stay in touch with the Wheel of the Year, indulge your inner goddess and connect with your sacred self.
Site - starhawk.org/blog
About Site - Starhawk is one of the prominent leaders in the revival of earth-based spirituality and Goddess religion. She is a cofounder of Reclaiming, an activist branch of modern Pagan religion, and continues to work closely with the Reclaiming community.
Site - foxofinari.com
About Site - My name is Matthew Martin and I discovered Paganism and Shinto in my late-teens and Druidry in my late-twenties. I would describe my faith as an energetic mix of Shinto and Paganism. Shinto is the indigenous faith of Japan.
Site - witchpathforward.com/journal
About Site - Welcome to Witch Path Forward, a community providing information on the Craft and Witchcraft paths. The aim of the site is to provide information that can be used as a starting point for those seeking to explore alternative paths and faiths and particularly for those new to witchcraft.
Site - spookymrsgreen.com
About Site - I am Catherine Green, ghostbuster, author, mother and wife. My ghosts lurk within the human mind; my supernatural creatures are loud and proud. SpookyMrsGreen is about pagan housewife: Mindful parenting, ethical consumerism and modern pagan lifestyle.
Site - lairbhan.blogspot.com
About Site - Morgan Daimler is a witch who follows a path inspired by the Irish Fairy Faith. Living Liminally is based on Reflections on the Déithe and an-déithe, living Paganism in a modern world, and devotion to the Daoine Maithe.
Site - astraanima.wordpress.com
About Site - I am an eclectic pagan Taoist witch of 20 years, a teacher, and the leader of a small coven. On here you will find magickal book reviews, articles, spells, tarot spreads, moon magick guides, witchcraft information, and more. It’s an eclectic witchcraft/pagan blog, so hopefully you will find something helpful here no matter your path.
Site - cayacoven.org/blog
About Site - Our mission is to create safe, loving, magickal space for all those who wish to participate in our community rituals, public service initiatives, and social events. We gather our Coven community around the virtues of mutual respect, personal responsibility, integrity, and honor for all spiritual paths.
About Site - Hello! My name is Ariadne. I’m a twenty-something Witch and writer. While I prefer the simple term witch, to get a little more specific I follow an eclectic, solitary path with strong Wiccan influences. Practical Paganism and Sensible Spirituality from a Modern Witch. This blog hosts three different types of posts: personal experiences, Witch Tips, and reviews of Pagan and Wiccan books and blogs.
Site - panegyria.org
About Site - For thirty years, Panegyria has aimed at connecting the Pagan communities and individuals. Started by The Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Wicca. We seek to keep people up to date with issues that concern the pagan community as a whole.
Site - warriorscall.org/blog
About Site - The Warrior’s Call is a UK based movement, but we understand that fracking is a global issue and stand in staunch solidarity with fracktivists all around the world. A global pagan movement against extreme fossil fuels.
Site - rachelpatterson.co.uk/blog
About Site - I am a witch...have been for a very long time, not the green skinned warty kind obviously...the real sort but I am also a working wife and mother who has also been lucky enough to write and have published a book or three. I regularly give talks to local pagan groups and co-run open rituals and workshops run by the Kitchen Witch Coven. Blog by Rachel Patterson.
Site - youtube.com/channel/UCl8n..
About Site - The "My Pagan Life" Ideal: I seek to create and build a community where people can feel like they belong, as well as feel free to come with suggestions, thoughts, ideas and insights while being heard.
40. Eadig RSS Feed
South Yorkshire, England, UK
About Site - This blog is for all things that I care to share that is witchcraft and pagan orientated including my app oracle cards and my own related memes.
Site - thisblackwitch.com
About Site - Black Witch is a blog to discuss life from a Black Pagan’s point of view. This blog will cover a variety of topics from music to race to religion to social politics and what it is like to be a minority within a minority.
North Country, New York
About Site - Hearth Moon Rising is a priestess of the Goddess, ordained in the Dianic tradition and the Fellowship of Isis. She has been teaching magic for over 20 years.
Site - awitchssacredjourney.com
About Site - Robin’s writings have been featured on The Witches’ Voice online community, Circle Magazine, the Pagan Blog Project, and internationally throughout the United Kingdom. She has multiple blogs covering a diverse selection of topics and a monthly column in PaganPages e-zine. She has authored several books incorporating her unique style of writing making use of poetry, prose and pathworking.
Site - tcpaganpride.org
Twin Cities, Minnesota
About Site - Twin Cities Pagan Pride is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to encouraging religious and spiritual education, tolerance, and equality. We foster pride in Pagan identity through education, activism, charity and community.
About Site - This is a blog is for people who want/need cheap alternatives/ideas for things when working in in witchcraft and paganism or for those that are in the infamous “broom closet” and need some advice or ideas! Finding and sharing practical ways to work magic and/or as pagans!
About Site - This is a blog that comments on both Paganism and politics in the United States, from a leftist-liberal point of view. I am interested to see what can come from applying Pagan perspectives to political issues, and political perspectives to our Paganism.
Site - dalehyde.org
About Site - Welcome! Dale is a noted pagan author who is also a Wiccan High Priest with a coven. He is the author of many pagan related articles as well as various other articles that span many topics.