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“Make-A-Wand” volunteers needed in Salem

By | June 27, 2011 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Leave a Comment

Witches' Education LeagueMike Gleason is an incredibly prolific Pagan book reviewer who has written for a number of websites, among them At the moment he’s seeking volunteers to help out at the annual “Make-A-Wand” table weekends in October in Salem, MA.

The table is sponsored¬† the Witches’ Education League, which is composed of the former members of W.E.B. and Project Witches Protection. Younger volunteers, in their late teens and twenties are especially needed, though they welcome volunteers of all ages.

From Mike:

I won’t tie up space going into the details, but will simply say that if you enjoy being around enthusiastic children; don’t mind getting glitter in places it really shouldn’t be; and are prepared to offer 2 hours of your time to help raise money for charity and make children happy in the process, we would love to have you join us.

We operate (usually) from 11am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday, every weekend during the month of October. We will also operate for a (mostly likely) reduced time span on Halloween.

We would like to have a couple of volunteers each day, and merely ask for a two hour commitment.

Please e-mail me [...] if you would like more details, or want to offer your help.

Mike Gleason

If you’re in or near Salem, and you’d to help, please do get in contact with Mike, his e-mail address is included in the link above.

The perfect fusion of Pagan and Christian culture?

By Psyche | April 14, 2011 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Comments Off

Chocolate Zombie BunnyI think it just might be the Chocolate Zombie Bunny from ThinkGeek.

With the Ostara bunny representing the fertility of the coming spring, the chocolatl from the Mayan tradition, and resurrection of the dead found in Christianity – you arrive at a perfect cultural fusion for the season.

They do warn, however, that consuming this product “may or may not infect you with a zombie virus”.

There’s always a down side.

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New print magazine on New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodooo and folklore

By Psyche | November 19, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Comments Off

Hoodoo & Conjure coverA new print magazine has been put out by Planet Voodoo.

Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly, with a focus on “New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodoo and folklore”, describes its content as follows:

Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly journal shares historical and contemporary information about aspects of the conjure arts, including magico-religious practices, spiritual traditions, folk magic, hoodoo, and religions with their roots in the African Diaspora and indigenous herbology. Each issue of Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly magazine brings you original and traditional formulas [sic], spells, tutorials, root doctor, spiritual mother, and conjure artist profiles, workshop listings, book, product, & website reviews, and more!

The first issue came out in October 2010, and a four issue subscription starts at 39.95$US plus shipping (shipping price increases for Canadian and international subscribers). It doesn’t look like it’s possible to purchase just the first issue at present, but that may change as the journal gets going.

Spotted on de Her Balthazar’s blog Gnostic Conjure; he has a piece in the premiere issue.

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