It’s pretty commonplace for occultists of various stripes to create and maintain altars in their homes. Now mainstream media is taking note of this practice focusing on a variety of mainstream and quasi-mainstream faiths ranging from Evangelical Christianity to Vodun — but overlooking Wicca, ceremonial magick and the like for some reason.
The article begins:
“As the sun rises over New York City, Yvette Arenaro, an evangelical Christian, prays on a wooden kneeler inside her bedroom closet; Lobsang Chokdup chants Tibetan Buddhist prayers at an elaborate altar in the living room of his family’s cramped apartment; and Nirmal Singh studies a Sikh holy text with his wife and daughter in their attic prayer room.
“They are among hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers from a myriad of faith traditions who set aside a part of their home as a sacred space to practice their religion, meditate or simply offer thanks for a new day.”
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thanks to Soror Amy for the tip.