Month: September 2011

Paranormal Passions Present..

Hello Paranormal Passions readers: While we wait for this month’s Puck’s Challenge answer interval to close, why don’t we take a closer look at the contest prize’s author: Linda Robertson. […]

Posted September 30, 2011


The Zodiac (“circle of animals”) is the circular orbit of the sun, moon, and planets through a set of constellations. The zodiac is divided into twelve signs, each one based […]

Posted September 30, 2011


Pagan winter festival linked to the Wild Hunt. Usually celebrated between December and January before the Julian calendar’s introduction, it coincided with the Norse Juletid (a literal tide in Scandinavian […]

Posted September 30, 2011


Xango (Shango, Xango-Bade) is the god of thunder and lightning, as well as of justice and fair play. He is an earth god, which means he was born on earth […]

Posted September 28, 2011

Undead: Necromancy

Power to resurrect the dead, or power over those creatures who are undead is often linked to witchcraft, usually through the practice of necromancy. The Undead take many forms which […]

Posted September 24, 2011


Toads, like frogs, have often been associated with witches. This association took one of two forms: Familiar Ingredient in a spell/potion/brew FamiliarWhen threatened, a toad’s skin will secrete a thick […]

Posted September 23, 2011

Brimstone Pub: What is the ..

Author Blog Hop Question: What is the strangest thing you’ve done in the name of research? That kind of depends on one’s definition of strange. When I first started writing […]

Posted September 22, 2011


Samhain I look to the North, place of silent caverns. Spirits of Earth, you nourish me in life and wrap your welcoming body around me in death. Gather here in […]

Posted September 22, 2011

Queen of Voodoo: Marie Leve..

Marie Laveau, the famous Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voudou, was born free in the French Quarter of New Orleans around 1794. Her father was a wealthy French planter named Charles […]

Posted September 20, 2011


The pentacle is a five pointed star drawn with one continuous line (one point facing straight up and two points pointing down). It is placed within a circle, or on […]

Posted September 20, 2011