Pagan Blogs.
A directory of tumblr's pagan community.“Witches don’t look like anything. Witches are. Witches do.” Scroll horizontally.
"Hearth Witch" is a term that is a slight variation of "Cottage Witch" or "Kitchen Witch". It tends to cover witches who consider their craft to be domestic, or who have turned their domestic life magical. (If this description is not satisfactory and someone with a better understanding would like to, please submit an alternative description)
Germanic neopaganism, also known as Heathenry, Ásatrú, Odinism, Forn Siðr, Wotanism, Theodism, and other names, is the contemporary revival of historical polytheistic Germanic paganism.
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*these are blogs who either specify themselves as witch and nothing more, or did not have enough information on their blog for me to discern their particular persuasion. If you are listed here and wish to be listen somewhere else, please feel free to message.
Eclectic Pagan
Somebody who is eclectic, selects from various doctrines, methods or styles those parts she considers the best. The word also denotes a whole, constructed from pieces obtained from various sources.
Celtic / Druid
Celtic polytheism, commonly known as Celtic paganism, comprises the religious beliefs and practices adhered to by the Iron Age peoples of Western Europe now known as the Celts, roughly between 500 BCE and 500 CE, spanning the La Tène period and the Roman era, and in the case of the Insular Celts the British and Irish Iron Age.
Pop Culture
Taken from @ cannibalcoalition: "One common school of thought within Pop-Culture Pagans is that the thought of a thing brings it to life. The power of human thought is incredibly strong, and by paying homage to beings created by humans, we bring it into this world in one manner or another."
Hellenic Pagan
The Hellenic religion is a traditional religion and way of life, revolving around the Greek Gods, primarily focused on the Twelve Olympians, and embracing ancient Hellenic values and virtues.
Panentheists and pantheists share the view that the universe and every natural thing in it is pervaded by divinity.
A modern pagan, witchcraft religion. It was developed in England during the first half of the 20th century and it was introduced to the public in 1954 by Gerald Gardner.
Christians who use witchcraft to worship Yahweh.
"He (the Shaman) is a self-reliant explorer of the endless mansions of a magnificent hidden universe."
Witches unaffiliated with any deity or religion; secular witches.
A modern reconstruction of the Gods and practices of the ancient Aztecs.
Chaos Magick
Spellings include 'chaos' and 'kaos', and is a postmodern and post-postmodern magical tradition which emphasizes the pragmatic use of belief systems and the creation of new and unorthodox methods.
A modern reconstruction of the beliefs and practices of the great Roman empire (pre-Christianity).
Kemetic Pagan
The contemporary revival of Ancient Egyptian religion (which also spread throughout Europe in the Late Antiquity) emerging from the 1970s onwards. Followers call themselves Kemetic(s). Also known as Egyptian Neopaganism, the religion has an organised presence in the United States, France and the Czech Republic.
The contemporary continuation of the ethnic religion of the Slavic peoples (codified in the corpus of Slavic mythology).
*If you are listed here and wish to be listed in another category (even if that category does not exist yet) feel free to message.
Pagan Privates*
Blogs of people that identify as pagan, but rarely post pagan material. *(more than likely do not post much pagan stuff, but good to have for discussion)
Equal Parts
Blogs that are equal parts private blog and pagan blog.