Giggles. I love that word. When I share some great Pagan Youtubers and their channels with you, I hope you'll watch some of their videos and giggle along in enlightenment.
First Channel: SamisSpirit
Meet Sam, a young Pagan woman who broadcasts constantly. When I first watched her videos, she had a great smile, positive attitude, and she had a natural entertaining twist in every sentence she said. From what I've seen so far, Sam is a witch that is particularly drawn to the darker side of witchcraft. She even has a video based on her necromancy magick, something I have been far from writing about here. Check her video based on her dark witchcraft here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrL6U5f4tqI&list=UUaMSHSy9nWT3A_T5isId7Kg
Second Channel: DragonFeather369
This channel was one I found a few days ago when I was researching how to pronounce "Samhain". I found Dragon Feather's channel solely on accident, a great accident for sure! Dragon Feather is a Wiccan. She has some smart Wheel of the Year ideas. Also, she incorporates Draconian Wicca into her practice. If you are interested in that, she would have more to say than I do because I've only posted one article on that topic. Dragon Feather is also a singer and likes to create songs about issues Pagans go through. Her voice is nice and she sounds sweet! Check her video based on Draconian Wicca here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qaRPC8efYw&list=UUa_TKzLdsjJSmwnX9AHa3AA
Third Channel: KeepMusicPagan
I've been using this one for the past two years and so far I have no complaints. This channel isn't the talk type of channel. Instead, the owner of the channel gave a big collection on diverse Pagan songs, bands, and artists. Finding good Pagan tunes these days is hard. I've been fighting this battle. Try out KeepMusicPagan at:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tv4LvV4I1_c&list=PLA3A76B6789C2ECD6
Fourth Channel: Universal Pagan Temple
Come on, everybody. The Universal Pagan Temple is one of my wonderful Twitter followers! :) I actually just found that they have a Youtube channel and now I'm excited for them. Scrolling through their video content, I see a video based on British traditional ritual. They also have one weekly video posted for the concept of "A Year And A Day." I love that idea! I highly suggest checking that out if you are new to Wicca or any Pagan tradition for perspective. Check them out in this video based on the British traditional ritual: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QnTXvBh8Ro&list=UUpar38sKgMVxiaO80LZFdwA
Fifth Channel: TipToeChick
I remember the time I was trying to figure out if I should be Wiccan when I came out in 2012. TipToeChick was there to guide me in finding that out. TipToeChick has a wide variety of topics, like talking about the Pagan holidays, giving guidance for those that are in hiding, and now I found a video on how to make your home magickal. I feel like this woman is a good person to go to for those self doubt issues at the beginning of your path. But, for diversity, I'd like to share this magickal home video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-jzNDOM94g&list=UUXVprwiVKgfEoGxB9PW69_g
These are just a few for now! Check back to see if I've found more awesome works!