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AWC International Guest: Gemma Gary

The Pagan Collective of Victoria is very pleased to announce that our special international guest for the 2019 Australian Wiccan Conference will be UK writer and British "Old Craft" initiate, Gemma Gary. Gemma Gary is an occultist, writer, artist, traditional ‘guise’ performer and a trustee of ‘Friends of the Boscastle Museum of Witchcraft’. Her written… Continue reading AWC International Guest: Gemma Gary

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Pagan Pyjama Party podcast

Pagan Pyjama Party Episode 1.06: There Goes All My Duck Jokes

Episode 6: There Goes All My Duck Jokes (February 2019) We joined forces this month with Matt (Combined Covens Social Club), as well as Lee and Teneal (Sacred Radicals). Join us as we discuss the challenges and joys of being a millennial Pagan in Australia. Also ducks, inter-library loans, aesthetic vs authenticity and more! This… Continue reading Pagan Pyjama Party Episode 1.06: There Goes All My Duck Jokes

Pagan Community, Paganism

News and Hounds: Australia Edition

Western Australia: Combined Covens Participates in PrideFest WA Last month, Perth-based non-profit Pagan social group Combined Covens participated in PrideFest, Perth’s LGBTQI+  arts, culture and community festival for the second year running. Queensland: Author Sandra Greenhalgh Announces Druid Wisdom Oracle Cards Both ancient and modern Druid practices are the inspiration for this new deck of… Continue reading News and Hounds: Australia Edition

Pagan Pyjama Party podcast

Pagan Pyjama Party Episode 1.04: Another Whinging Victorian

Episode 4: Another Whinging Victorian (December 2018) What makes a good teacher? What should a student possess and be able to do before they are ready to learn? This month, we share Josie's workshop on Pagan teaching and leadership, recorded at the Australian Wiccan Conference earlier this year. Music this episode is by South Australian… Continue reading Pagan Pyjama Party Episode 1.04: Another Whinging Victorian

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Twenty-One Years of PAN: An Interview with David Garland

The Pagan Awareness Network inc (PAN) recently celebrated 21 years’ service to Australia’s Pagan community. TWH Australian Correspondent Josephine Winter recently sat down with president and founder David Garland as he reflected on the organization’s many achievements over the years, discussed the current climate of the community and looked to what comes next for the… Continue reading Twenty-One Years of PAN: An Interview with David Garland

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Australian Pagan Alliance to be Dissolved

SOUTH AUSTRALIA – The Pagan Alliance of South Australia recently ceased to operate as an incorporated association, citing a significant drop in membership and financial difficulties as reasons for the decision. With the Tasmanian branch of the Pagan Alliance facing similar issues, an end to this organisation – once a nationwide cornerstone of the Australian… Continue reading Australian Pagan Alliance to be Dissolved

Pagan Community, Paganism

Generations

As two of my favourite writers have recently pointed out, there seems to be a whole other generation of witches on Instagram. These digitally native, aesthetically driven, spooky young witch-folk practice a kind of Craft that is almost unrecognisable to me, and probably for you, too. And it's a weird feeling. Young'uns These instagrammers are… Continue reading Generations