Pagan Organizations

Pagan Magazines

  • Pangaia A Journal for Thinking Pagans PanGaia is an 80-page quarterly magazine that explores Pagan and Gaian Earth-based spirituality at home and around the world. 
  • Sagewoman Celebrating the Goddess in Every woman At SageWoman, we believe that you are the Goddess, and we're devoted to celebrating your journey. With every issue, you'll connect with Goddess-loving women from around the world, rejoicing in our gifts, sharing our wisdom, reaching out to our sisters. In our pages, you'll be supported, uplifted, and challenged to envision the Goddess in all women, especially, in yourself. 
  • New Witch Cutting Edge Paganism newWitch is a magazine dedicated to, featuring, and partially written by young or beginning Witches, Wiccans, Neo-Pagans, and other earth-based, ethnic, pre-Christian, shamanic, and magical practitioners. Everyone from Traditional Wiccans to potion-makers to Asatruar to eco-Pagans can find something in these pages. The one thing we all have in common is a willingness to look at the world, our magical and spiritual paths, and ourselves in new ways. We hope to reach not only those already involved in what we cover, but the curious and completely new as well. 
  • The Blessed Bee The Pagan Family Newsletter
  • The Beltane Papers A Journal of Women's Mysteries
  • Goddess Alive! Goddess Celebration & Research
  • Circle Magazine
    Celebrating Nature, Spirit, and Magic Circle is a nonprofit resource center serving people around the world interested in Magic, Wicca/Paganism, Shamanism, Goddess Spirituality, and Nature Spirituality. Circle, begun in 1974, is headquartered at Circle Sanctuary, a 200 acre Nature Preserve in the rolling hills of southwestern Wisconsin. Circle coordinates Circle Network, an international information exchange and contact service for Wiccans and other practitioners of Positive (healing/helping) Magic, Druids, Native American Medicine People, Ceremonial Magicians, Seers and other Psychics, Shamans of many cultures, Pantheists and Panentheists, People attuned to Feminism and Humanism, Priestesses and Priests of Mother Nature in Her many forms, Ecology Activists, Eclectic Neo-Pagans, and many others. 
  • Enchanté The Journal for the Urbane Pagan, founded in 1989, is a literary magazine for Witches, Pagans and anyone interested in Earth-based spiritualities. 
  • Faerie Nation 
  • Full Moon Rising Magazine    

Pagan On-line Magazines

Pagan Library


  • The Pagan Library texts of wide-ranging Pagan reference works, as well as etexts of the Bhagavad-Gita, The Word, the Koran, King James version of the Bible, Hawthorne's "Tanglewood Tales"--and others. Online Sacred Texts Welcome to the largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet. The site is dedicated to religious tolerance and scholarship, and has the largest readership of any similar site on the web. 
  • The Suppressed History Archives: Women in Global Perspectives aims to uncover the realities of women's lives, internationally and across time, asking questions about patriarchy and slavery, conquest and aboriginality. About mother-right, goddess veneration, animist spirituality and shamanic arts -- and the historical chemistry of their repression. Even more important, their role in resisting oppression.
  • Pagan Theologies Wikipedia The aim of this wiki is to promote discussion and awareness of Pagan theologies. It is not to impose an orthodoxy on the rich diversity of Pagan thought, but rather to explore it and make it available to others. By using a wiki, we can present a multiplicity of perspectives. 
  • A Pantheon of Goddesses 

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