Monday 25 June 2018

News: Paganism, Witchcraft, Witch Hunts & the Occult

Here is a round-up of recent news stories about paganism, witchcraft, the occult and historic witch trials:

"Pagan paradise: Glastonbury without the festival" - story at The Guardian:

"Pagan Pride festival to take place in Southampton" - story at Daily Echo:

"What does Summer Solstice mean and what is the Pagan name for the longest day of the year?" - story at Metro:

"The tarot revival thanks to Brexit, Trump and Dior" - story at BBC News:

"These Occult Exorcists Say the Catholic Church Makes Demons Worse" - story at VICE:

"Who Is Strange Angel's Jack Parsons, the Stranger Than Fiction Scientist?" - story at

"Pam Grossman talks "waking the witch," empowerment, and the magic of art on Ultraculture" - interview at Boing Boing:

"Weird Suffolk: Westleton Witch's Stone" - story at East Anglian Daily Times:

"The dark history of Exeter - the first and last place to kill a 'witch'" - story at Devon Live:

"7 Insane Witch Trials From 17th Century Malta" - press release from Lovin Malta:

"'Witch trial victims won't be forgotten' says John Worland" - story at Gazette:

"What the Salem witches can teach us about how we treat women today" - story at The Macomb Daily:

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