Laura Tempest Zakroff has been an actively practicing Pagan and Modern Traditional Witch for over 20 years. She founded the Cauldron of Annwyn Pagan Society in New England (the largest open path group in New England while it was active 1998-2001), started the first Rhode Island Pagan Pride Day, was the Associate Editor of Crescent Magazine: A Pagan Publication of Art, Philosophy, & Belief (1998-2004), and was the youngest attendee of the Pagan Leaders Summit that took place in Bloomington, IN in 2001.
After about a decade of taking a break from being publicly active in the Pagan Community, she began blogging about Witchcraft, revamping the Modern Tradition of Witchcraft website, and dancing across the lines. She teaches workshops and leads rituals all over North America.
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Witch can be considered a loaded term. To Laura, it signifies walking between worlds, studying folklore and ancient practices, evolving myth and ritual for modern day living, priestessing, and working with the divine.
Witchcraft is a way of seeing and a way of life. It is an art, a craft, a trade, and a spiritual way. It is a path of empowerment - over self, spirit, and one's surroundings.