KAAPSCHEHOOP Lughnasadh, 2016 – The de Kaap Valley has always been notorious for its Witches and when many arrive for their holidays, in this picturesque little village, they are not aware that in its midst lives a self-identified Witch who casts circles, believes in fairies, breathes Magick spells and sings healing songs of old.
The new Issue Paper released by the South African Law Reform Commission has confirmed the following:
a) the Witchcraft Suppression Act’s prohibition of identifying as a witch and professing knowledge of witchcraft is unconstitutional, and b) the Act’s prohibition of engaging in divinations is unconstitutional.
Nimue Brown interviews Steve Andrews, the Bard of Ely, and author of Herbs of the Northern Shaman.
Nimue Brown interviews Sheena Cundy, Witch, songwriter and novelist.
In response to a national water crisis, the South African Pagan Council has called on all South African Pagans to participate in a National Call for Rain and is urging Pagans wherever they are to assist in performing a rain ceremony on Sunday 15 November.
2015 Council for the Parliament of World Religions welcomes Rev. Dr. Karen Tate. This year the Parliament connects the dots between spirituality, culture and politics with major speakers such as the Dalai Lama, Dr. Karen Armstrong, Rev. Jim Wallis and Dr. Vandana Shiva.
All Hallow’s Eve Festival – 31 October 2015 from 3 PM · 54 Mandarin Road, Primrose, Johannesburg.
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NIMUE BROWN. There are a range of ways in which authors write about Paganism. Each approach has its advantages and limitations, and it pays to know what it is that you want from a book, when trying to figure out what to spend your time and money on. This is also an issue for anyone thinking about writing, because some approaches suit some authors better than others.