Tag Archive for traditions

TWIH Episode 64: Tradition, Secrecy, and the Life of a Public Witch with Storm Faerywolf

Storm Faerywolf joins us in this episode to talk about the Feri Tradition, being a public witch (or warlock, in Storm’s case), and the role of secrecy and privacy in modern witchcraft. What does it mean to be a public witch? Why do humans have a need to define what other people’s paths are and […]

The Heretic Writes: Samhain, Writing, Change, and Some Email

I’ve been thinking about doing written posts to go with This Week In Heresy and The Heretic Speaks for awhile now, and it’s just tonight that I was able to sit down to the computer and actually write. It’ll probably be easier for me to write stuff in the next few weeks since we’ll be […]

TWIH Episode 15: The Magick of Life and Death in the Feri Tradition with Valerie Walker (aka VeeDub)

Valerie Walker, Feri tradition priestess and elder, joins us this week to talk about life, death, and navigating not only the Pagan community, but her own tradition. We also talk about her struggle with cancer, and how it has changed her practice. This episode was recorded at Valerie’s house (over tea) in San Francisco. Valerie…

TWIH Episode 15: The Magick of Life and Death in the Feri Tradition with Valerie Walker (aka VeeDub)

Valerie Walker, Feri tradition priestess and elder, joins us this week to talk about life, death, and navigating not only the Pagan community, but her own tradition. We also talk about her struggle with cancer, and how it has changed her practice. This episode was recorded at Valerie’s house (over tea) in San Francisco. Valerie […]