Discordianism, Meme Magick, And Political Witchcraft

Some historians & pundits believe much of what we think of as Witchcraft as a conscious tool of female empowerment was just made up in the last 50 years by people looking to sell a few more books and classes. As my Brazilian great-grandmother was a medicine woman of sorts, I have some immediate disagreement with that suggestion…but maybe here (probably) I’m confusing traditional folk magic and indigenous practices with what we think of as the modern Craft.

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The Lingering Power Of Ancient American Re-Cycles


“When you’re born you get a ticket to the Freak Show. When you’re born in America, you get a front-row seat.”
–George Carlin

I had been reading up recently on the topic of “wetiko”—the belief that the original American settlers brought with themselves a “mind-virus” of greed.

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