The Crooked Path Journal Vol.2 No.1

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Vol. 2 No. 1 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Equality, Culture, Community

The Crooked Path Journal: A Discourse on the Nameless Art, is a collection of articles, essays, poetry and editorials on Witchcraft, Paganism, and the Cunning Arts and the cultural issues that effect the people who follow these paths.

In this issue we focus on Diversity, Privilege and Cultural Appropriation as well the making of magickal tools, the kindling of a Sacred Flame and so much more.

In this Issue: 

Black by Krystal Raven )0(     

Oak  (An excerpt from Tree Medicine Tree Magic) by Ellen Evert Hopman                  

Born of the Fires of Other and Self by Lucera Fumaltera 

Which Way Did She Go? by Crowstar   

Spotlight: "The Crooked Path Apothecary" by Raven Womack  

Magick as Dwelling in Truth: The Unveiling of Aletheia by Alecto Aletheia Hypatia 

The Gods Are Not Your New Toys: Cultural Demonization and Cultural Appropriation by Mark NeCamp

On the Making of Magical Tools by John Breen 

A Poem by J.P. Sedgewick                                     

Paganism, Diversity, and the Pandemic by Kelsey Pullaro

To Kindle the Magickal Flame by Ilana Sturm 

Sacred Boundaries in Pagan Practice by Pegi Eyers 

Of Wine and Sabbats by Hillary Klein  

Language of the Mind by Soledad Osraige

Journey to the Castle (an excerpt) by Ann Finnin