Witches have been casting spells on the president since he was inaugurated. His COVID-19 diagnosis fell on a suspiciously auspicious date.
There's no party like a Russian 'Rodnover' party.
If you were naughty, Perchta would enter your home while you slept, disembowel you, and stuff the cavity with rocks.
A direct descendent of Samhain is the spooky reason for the season.
"Astrous" is off his forthcoming pagans EP.
Andy Pardy is the founder of the Police Pagan Association, which has essentially become an occult investigation team, investigating ritualistic displays and horse maimings.
As more young women get into paganism and crystal work, men are also turning to the occult for answers, power, and good Tinder pick up lines.
We traveled to Stonehenge on the summer solstice—one of the most sacred days for pagans—to find out if the event's spiritual significance has survived the recent influx of drunken revelers.
At the fifth annual WitchsFest, attendees accessorized with healing crystals, lots of leather, and, on one occasion, an iguana on a leash.
From his cell, William Rouser waged a decades-long legal battle with the California Correction System for Wiccan rights, incense, and candles. He's one of many in the fight to get prisons to recognize and accommodate the religion.
Today is the day the sun sits directly above the Tropic of Cancer, appearing to stand still as the longest day of the year rolls out over the sky. Get your herbs ready, witches!
We attended the seventh annual May Day celebration with New York's Grailwood Coven, a group of witches who honor female energy with their craft.