The Evolving Face of Hate
Racists Are Threatening to Take Over Paganism
The growing presence of racists in American Pagan communities threatens to tear the faith apart.
London's Royal Academy of Arts Gets Witchy for Summer
One of Britain’s oldest arts institutions embraces pagan traditions in celebration of its Summer Exhibition.
Palmistry's "Lifted" Video Finds Calm in the Chaos
The Daniel Swan-directed clip, the latest from Benjy Keating's debut, 'PAGAN,' finds the same eerie quiet that Keating finds in his minimal dancehall.
Alex Robert Ross
Witches Are Being Kicked Off of Square For Selling 'Occult Items'
Pagans are outraged.
Make This Witch-Approved Pumpkin Chicken Soup Tonight
Laurie Cabot, the official witch of Salem, serves this simple chicken soup on Samhain (from a festive pumpkin, no less).
The 2016 US Election
This Goat-Blood-Drinking Pagan Running to Replace Rubio Isn’t Welcome in Canada
Augustus Sol Invictus is running for Congress in Florida, but he can't even enter Canada — he found that out the hard way last weekend, when he tried to attend a rally in Vancouver.
Would Jesus Celebrate Christmas?
Considering that the holiday wasn't even developed until centuries after Jesus's death—and has been protested by Christians as often as atheists—it's difficult to know how J.C. would feel about his birthday bonanza.
We Spoke to the High Priestess of the Kitchen Witch Coven About Cake
High priestess of the Kitchen With Coven Rachel Patterson’s food-slash-magic cookbook says that everyday ingredients can become magical offerings, including cake.
Why Pagans Spend Halloween Baking Bread
Pagans in the English town of Glastonbury celebrate Samhain—a festival marking the start of winter—with mead, storytelling, and ancient bread recipes.
Sweet Samhain Buttermilk Bread Recipe
Ring in Samhain with this sweet buttermilk bread recipe.
Monumental Totems for the Modern Pagan
Street artist RUN fills an LA gallery with unlikely monuments to our lost pagan roots.
Shana Nys Dambrot
This Newly Discovered 'Superhenge' May Have Been Buried in Prehistoric Religious Revolution
The remains of a huge prehistoric arena 12 times as big as Stonehenge in the UK has been discovered underground just two miles away. It could transform what is known about Britain's religious history.