Name Change for The Critical Thinking Witch Collective, and an online Conference! September 30 to October 2

Some of the panel discussions are shown here, and include Atheists, Secular, Agnostic Witchcraft; Divination; Cultural Intersectionality, and the Placebo Effect. The full schedule is here.  Scholarships are available! 

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You can go to the Women of Color Beyond Belief Conference! It’s September 30 – October 2nd, and is both virtual or in person (Chicago).

The concept behind THE WONDER—named, of course, for the awe and reverence we feel as we contemplate the magnificent Universe—is that it will be an ongoing resource for non-theist Pagans to inform and inspire our practices and stimulate our thinking.

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Your Voice can be Heard! Step up for the Pagan Census – t’s only open for a few more days!

As the witchcraft community is both misrepresented and underrepresented in mainstream politics and media, compiling regular quantitative data on our practices, beliefs, behaviors, and lives will enable us to demonstrate that there are actually a LOT of us out there. That we deserve to have the same religious and political protections and rights as other groups and that our voices matter too. 

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Check out this Naturalistic-Pagan friendly Conference! Mixer on August 6th, & A Witch Con Online, August 13-15

For some time now, folks online and in the Zoom chats have referred now and again to “APCon”, an imagined in-person gathering where we can meet, discuss our path, socialize, and share community. Real hugs (with consent, of course)!

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Pagan Event! Check out our Naturalistic Pagan Panel at Free Spirit Gathering Online, June 18-20, 2021! + Pagan Spirit Gathering June 25-27

For some time now, folks online and in the Zoom chats have referred now and again to “APCon”, an imagined in-person gathering where we can meet, discuss our path, socialize, and share community. Real hugs (with consent, of course)!

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Nature as Therapy, by Katerina and William (Science Editorial Team)

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the increased interest in all outdoor activities has been widely reported.  Both the reduction of other safe social options, and the increased time spent working from home, have resulted in an unprecedented number…

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