After undergoing a significant Rite of Passage, this witch shares her personal experience of a Reclaiming Initiation and reveals her new name to the public.
Join Reclaiming Pittsburgh and many other pockets of witchery as we celebrate our practices, buy some merch, learn new things via workshops and meet new, magical people at this year's Pittsburgh Pagan Pride Day!
What is the magic that Pittsburgh needs in 2019? Will we invoke Loki's bravery and tell our leaders what we think of their actions in the Lokasenna? Is it time to do what we love and learn the true meaning of Sacrifice in The Red Shoes? Do we need to Reclaim Snow White's body autonomy and make an example of that white knight by embracing consent culture? Only time, creativity and YOU will tell!
A new moon is the perfect time for new things! Today: we, ReclaimingPGH's media cell, reveal the website we have spun to you ☸
Join Aurora as she performs readings at the Moon Wizarding Festival in Moon Township from 1:00pm - 4:00pm THIS SATURDAY. Proceeds from your readings will help fund Pittsburgh's Annual Pagan Pride Day on Sunday, October 7th. Come out for some fresh insight and magical fun!
"This new 'witch kit' from Sephora brings up a lot of issues about accessibility, gatekeeping, and monetization of our craft," say facilitators. Join ReclaimingPGH witches Critter, Otter and Pigeon as they facilitate a skill share of DIY witch kits built from basic household items! Donation based: no one will be turned away from lack of funds.
What has: great food, the outdoors, plans for the future, and fun witches? THIS WEEKEND with ReclaimingPGH!