Quick Link Monday: 25 Most Influential Practitioners-US and Europe

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25 Most Influential People in the Birth of Modern Paganism (American Wing)

25 Most Influential People in the Birth of Modern Paganism (European Wing)


In researching magic users of note for a writing project I'm currently engrossed in, I discovered these excellent lists.  They are certainly food for thought.  Even if you do not practice any form of spirituality with your magic (and I am a big advocate of keeping the two quite separate on most occasions), you will certainly have felt the hand of these individuals, be it in the book market, the festival circuit, or on the streets.  These are the visionaries who saw through the haze of how things were to how they ought to be.

Read, ponder, and share, if you like.  What would be your list?  Do you have plans to ever see your name upon it?


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My name is Quill and I've been practicing witchcraft for the past 17 years. 10 of those years I've been reading tarot and teaching.  I own a shop on Etsy called Quill's Occult Supply (check it out at QuillsOccultSupply.Etsy.com) full of handmade ritual and decorative items, spell components, and wild picked herbs.

I love to work with my hands.  Magic is a tool to shape our lives, and I'm using magic to shape tools to shape magic.  Cosmic! 

I use a lot of my favorite things in my shop: herbs, candles, wood, fabric, paint, clay.  And I get to carve, burn, grind, mold, think, dream ... I'm in the perfect business!

I've written 3 manuscripts for publication (2 non-fiction and 1 fiction) and am an avid NaNo-er!  I and my husband run a local coven called Orbis Prosapia, and our children are growing up surrounded by magic, mythology, fairy tales, Earth worship, art, open discussion, music, and humor. 

In addition to working on Ex Penna about my experiences as a professional witch, I also write for Scenes from the Circle about being a coven leader. 








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