Hollow Hills Coven & Grove

an independent coven dedicated to teaching wicca and magic in hearth & home, coven & craft, tribe & tradition

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   Dec 20

The Long Night

This time of year everyone gets so busy with family, friends, special events, it’s good to take time for quiet and connecting to the spirit of the season. It has been ages since the last post, we have been busy as a coven, doing Seeker Classes and Dedicant classes, Esbats and Sabbats, and getting out to […]

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   Jul 06

Coven & Clan, Tribe & Tradition

When Jane at Eye of Horus said there was a need for Wiccan basic training, Hollow Hills Coven took on the task last fall. The Eye provided a safe place for the Wicca-curious to come and learn more about our tradition with our Seeker Classes. For 10 years they have hosted numerous classes, musical events, […]

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   May 13

May Day Celebrations

After an extra long and extra cold winter, Spring finally has arrived in Paganistan, heralded by the 40th Annual May Day Parade and Festival in Powderhorn Park. It was actually the area surrounding the park, and the people who lived there, that inspired the name “Paganistan” in the first place. The term even has it’s […]

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   May 14

Making Magick in Minneapolis

On a wild day in May, magick is being made in Minneapolis. In the hip part of town where all the interesting people go is a metaphysical shop called Eye of Horus, and this is where the magick is being made. Near the corner of Lake and Lyndale, you can visit this powerful place, and […]

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   Jan 05

Mid Winter Thoughts

What a wonderful Winter Solstice it was this year! As a family, we had three different dinners, two were attending and one was hosting. There was music and drumming, Yule ritual and many presents. It was a challenging time, having said goodbye to one of our house cats who has gone on to the Summerlands […]

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   Apr 29

Spring Cleaning

Well it’s that time of year again! Actually, Spring came early to us here in Minnesota, after an extremely mild winter. While we haven’t been able to post as often as we would like, we have been extremely busy keeping up with Coven duties. Our Spring Equinox ritual went well. With the mild weather it […]

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   Aug 28

The Right Path

You know you’re on the right path when you go to the lumberyard and find a book on witchcraft. Right now you’re probably thinking we found a used bookstore along the way, or found it in the trunk of the car, but that’s not the case. Used books were for sale at the lumberyard for […]

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   Jul 25

A Few Words About Elves

When you mention elves to most Americans, small animated white haired men who live in trees and make cookies come to mind. Or, for the fantasy lovers, the tall gracious elves of The Lord of The Rings who bring wonders and enchantments spring to life. But when you talk to the Norse peoples, mischevious nature […]

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   Jul 05

A Week in the Woods

I really need to talk about the Earth House Midsummer Gather that we attended in Wisconsin. This was my first full week at a pagan gathering, and I was really excited about it. Spending a week living in a pagan community is an extremely empowering time. With so many people to talk to, workshops to […]

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   Mar 13

Getting Started

Welcome to the first post to our coven website! Hi, I’m Jenny Green, High Priestess and Witch of the Hollow Hills Coven. I’ve been working all day to get the website up and running, and finally getting into the flow of things. Over time we will add all kinds of juicy content for you to […]

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