T. Thorn Coyle is a magic worker and Pagan committed to love, liberation, and justice.

Thorn's work reaches people all over the world through spiritual direction, soul readings, vibrant workshops, and online classes. Thorn is the author of the novel Like Water the spirituality books Make Magic of Your Life: Purpose, Passion, and the Power of Desire, as well as Kissing the Limitless, Evolutionary Witchcraft, and Crafting a Daily Practice.

Thorn believes we all have the capacity for magic.

Her unique body of work has touched the lives of many. Her clients include ministers, professional athletes, coaches, artists, activists, parents, and business owners. She is founder and head of Solar Cross Temple and Morningstar Mystery School.
A lifelong activist, Thorn’s current alliances are with Martin de Porres House of Hospitality in S. F. and the Anti Police-Terror Project in Oakland California which organizes with the families of those affected by police violence.

Thorn lives by the beautiful San Francisco Bay and remains curious about the present and the future.

 

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Short Bio

T. Thorn Coyle is a magic worker and Pagan committed to love, liberation, and justice.

Author of the novel Like Water, her several spirituality books include Make Magic of Your Life and Kissing the Limitless. She has led workshops and presented at conferences and gatherings all over the world.

A lifelong activist, Thorn’s current alliances are with Martin de Porres House of Hospitality in San Francisco, and the Anti Police-Terror Project in Oakland California.

 

More Information:

Anthology publications include “Celebrating the Pagan Soul” (Citadel, 2005), “Circle Round”  (Bantam, 2000) and “The Pagan Book of Living and Dying” (Harper, 1997). She is profiled in “Modern Pagans” (Re/Search, 2001), “Women Called to the Path of Rumi”  (Hohm, 2001) and many newspapers, magazines, and on radio.

Articles and interviews

Thorn has been interviewed and reviewed by the Library Journal, Contra Costa Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and on various radio programs. She has also been a guest lecturer at Unitarian and Catholic churches and university classes.

An expert on esoteric spirituality and magical practice, Thorn is available for articles, interviews, radio, and television appearances.

Articles about Thorn and her work

Thorn was named a Shining Star in the Visionaries section of Jason Pitzl-Waters’ article “The Brightest Lights in Our Sky” in PanGaia issue 50

Kissing the Limitless got a great review in Thorn (no relation!) Magazine Volume 1 issue 3, which also contains an article of hers on initiation entitled “Opening the Mystery”

Thorn's album “Give us a Kiss!” was reviewed in Daily Vault

Interviews with Thorn

Cover article, New Witch #08

The Wiccan / Pagan times

Ex Templo (three part podcast)

Jacqueline Foreman on Your Mental Health: Blogtalk Radio.

Articles by Thorn

Thorn interviewed R. J. Stewart for the forthcoming Witches and Pagans.

“Why I love the Black Bloc: or, Anarchy in Downtown L.A.”
Thorn’s take on the Democratic National Convention, 2000

“A Witch in the Desert”
At the Nevada Nuclear Test Site with Daniel Berrigan and Martin Sheen, New Year’s Eve, 2000.

“Which of God’s Favors Will I Refuse Today?”
A meditation on gratitude and presence.