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Witches and Pagans

  • From: Invitation to the Grand Sabbat
    January 16, 2019
    Thumbnail ImageThis is a tribal gathering; as such, we operate as a tribe, under tribal thew (custom, law). If you attend, you are either a member, or a guest, of the tribe. This fact has certain implications. Every … Read More ↗

  • Guest Post: January in the Stars by Michael O'Connor
    January 18, 2019
    Thumbnail ImageHello all! I realize I have been rather quiet as of late. In an effort to get more happening here, I have invited a guest contributor, a Canadian astrologer I’ve known online for a few years, to offer … Read More ↗

  • The Blessing of the Waters: Building Modern Minoan Paganism
    January 16, 2019
    Thumbnail ImageSince the Minoans aren’t around anymore and we can’t read the things they wrote (Linear A has not been deciphered), we have to build our practice of Modern Minoan Paganism based on whatever kind of in … Read More ↗

  • REORIENTATION Time: Cancer Moon Vibes Jan. 18-20
    January 18, 2019
    Thumbnail ImageMama Moon enters the Cardinal, Water sign of Cancer the Crab on Jan. 18 at 7:44 pm Pacific time until Jan. 20. During this time Papa Sun enters the Fixed, Air sign of freedom loving Aquarius. Call upo … Read More ↗

  • Is Paganism an -Ism?
    January 18, 2019
    Thumbnail ImageHey, Pagan Pride: I’ve got a suggestion. A web-search for Twin Cities Pagan Pride turned up (in more than one location) the following lead sentence. “Pagan Pride is a free fall event, open to the publ … Read More ↗

Natural Pagans

Druid Life

  • Uneconomic Growth
    January 11, 2019 Nimue Brown
    We seem to have collectively bought into the idea that growth is inherently good. In nature, growth is finite and exists as part of cycles that also include dying back, and predation. In summer, bird … Read More ↗

  • Nature: specific not generic
    January 15, 2019 Nimue Brown
    When we talk about ‘nature’ – as Pagans are wont to do – we run the risk of unwittingly defining nature in ways that are harmful. Covering all the life of the planet with one word reduces our sense of … Read More ↗

  • Review: Mapping the Contours by Nimue Brown
    January 16, 2019 Nimue Brown
    I love Lorna’s work, so her response to mine means a great deal to me… Fruits of Annwn There’s something old about the poems in this book, a bone-deep knowing, a merging of self and land which is refl … Read More ↗

  • Salamandra’s Key
    January 9, 2019 Nimue Brown
    An exciting development from Hopeless Maine. For those of you not familiar with this side of my life, it started out as a graphic novel, and is rapidly becoming a world in it’s own right, with songs, … Read More ↗

  • Saving the planet
    January 18, 2019 Nimue Brown
    When I hear people talking about saving the planet, I worry. Certainly there’s a great deal that must be changed if we are to survive as a species and not take even more of our fellow creatures down w … Read More ↗

The Wild Hunt

  • Column: The Temple of Mithras
    January 12, 2019 Eric O. Scott
    Thumbnail ImagePagan Perspectives Today’s column comes from your humble Weekend Editor, Eric O. Scott, who has written for The Wild Hunt since 2012. He has a PhD in English from the University of Missouri and his fi … Read More ↗

  • UK: The ‘newest old tradition in Wales.’
    January 10, 2019 Liz Williams
    Thumbnail Image[Photo courtesy of Andy Dingley – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,] CHEPSTOW, WALES – If you’re in the Welsh Border town of Chepstow on Saturday, Januar … Read More ↗

  • OBOD Members Travel to 2019 Southern Hemisphere Assembly
    January 17, 2019 Josephine Winter
    Thumbnail Image[Seaward Kaikoura Range by Ulrich Lange, Bochum, Germany – Own work, CC BY 3.0,] MANAKAU, NEW ZEALAND – Members of the Order of Bards, Ovates a … Read More ↗

  • Estimating growing number of US Pagans
    January 9, 2019 Sean McShee
    Thumbnail ImageMIAMI (The Wild Hunt) — For years now, Christianity has had declining membership and influence in the “West.” At the same time, Paganism has been growing. Nietzsche may have made his claim that “God i … Read More ↗

  • Column: Pagan Practices for Healing from Trauma
    January 18, 2019 Guest Contributor
    Thumbnail ImagePagan Perspectives Today’s column is a guest submission by Tahni Nikitins, a long-time Pagan and writer in multiple genres. Tahni’s work has appeared at Gods & Radicals, Eternal Haunted Summer, and No … Read More ↗

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