What's New?

This month we are working on some exciting new projects and doing a bunch of behind-the-scenes editing and auditing in preparation. We think the Kitchen Witches among you will be delighted and anyone who's been following the Pagan Name database project may also find reason to celebrate in the coming months. And of course anyone who likes to see mistakes fixed should have reason to smile because we're finding and addressing a whole lot of those in the process.

Bug Note

We have noticed that for some reason file uploads are not working for profiles, classifieds, directory listings, etc. We're looking into fixing this and will have it handled shortly.

Find a Mistake?

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  • You can edit the article itself, bearing in mind the difference between a fact and opinion- facts need to be corrected and opinions should be added to. Just email moc.oohay|aidepihctiw#moc.oohay|aidepihctiw to be given access.
  • Or you can use the comments feature at the end of each page to put in your two cents.
  • or you can email moc.oohay|aidepihctiw#moc.oohay|aidepihctiw and ask me to correct the article. I will do so as soon as I get a moment.

Read Along with the Witchipedia

Every month we choose a new book by, for or about magical people, Pagans, Heathens, witches or some related topic. Please join in our monthly read-along by reading this month's book and posting a review either on your own blog or right here on the page that features the book.

Curses And Bindings

This month's read-along book is Curses & Bindings: How To Do Them, How To Defend Against Them, How To Heal From Them by Tannita. This book may be another comfort zone departure for some, a guilty pleasure for others. Either way, I am excited to hear the community's thoughts!

Each month Witchipedia hosts a Read along. We choose a book of fiction OR nonfiction either magical or Pagan in subject or written by a member of the Pagan, Heathen, or magical communities. It may be a new release or a classic.

Each month we create a new page for the book of the month with a brief synopsis and a link to purchase the book at Amazon.com

Your task is to acquire the book, either by purchasing or borrowing it, read it, and tell us what you think.

You can discuss the book right here by clicking the "comment" link below or create a review on your blog and provide a link to it to this page so other folks can discuss it with you.

Join our Cast of Writers

Writing for the Witchipedia is easy and fun. Just send an email to moc.oohay|aidepihctiw#moc.oohay|aidepihctiw and let us know you'd like to join the fun. Check out our writers' guidelines before you get started. If you're stuck on what to write, visit our theme page to get some ideas. If you have a favorite subject, email me at moc.oohay|aidepihctiw#moc.oohay|aidepihctiw and ask me to put you in charge of it and I'll set you up to get all the advertising revenue from that part of the site.

This Month's Theme

Theme for August: The Dark Side

The theme for the month of August is The Dark Side; that is, anything related to magick and Pagan spirituality that might be considered "dark" or dangerous. Some of these topics may be taboo, but they're worth discussing as many people are curious and it is best to provide the curious with good information rather than sensationalism. In some cases, there are some misconceptions that need to be addressed. That being said, I hope to see lots of great, helpful information this month! Let's have fun exploring outside our comfort zone.

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Join the Discussion

Wasps in the house mean an enemy is coming. Or you will form an acquaintance who will bring you...
(by morningbird 29 Aug 2014 19:44, posts: 1)
I found 5 dead wasps on my windowsill, I was told the stings were a wake-up call but why the dead...
(by denise turner 29 Aug 2014 10:03, posts: 1)
I posted a review of this book on my blog at...
(by morningbird 25 Aug 2014 13:13, posts: 1)
I am not finding the other page. Can you provide a link, please.
(by The Red Pencil 20 Aug 2014 01:30, posts: 2)
Ash trees also have very smooth, strong wood that has almost no grain. This made them good for...
(by Witchington Metro 19 Aug 2014 17:04, posts: 2)

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