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  • Rites of Passage #1: Naming Ceremonies
    September 18, 2018
    Thumbnail ImageSome time ago, I wrote a piece about Atheopagan Rites of Passage. In it, I described life milestones that might be celebrated by an Atheopagan, and which we as Atheopagan “clergy” (we’re all clergy, s … Read More ↗

  • Living in the Way, Part 3: The Seasonal Way
    September 19, 2018
    Thumbnail Image                 The Seasonal Way is the way of the Earth. Like the heavens and Sun and Moon, the Earth too dances in the firmament. The Seasonal Way is the way of the pagan. The pagan rejoices in the … Read More ↗

  • The Danger of Thinking in Pagan
    September 16, 2018
    Thumbnail Imagethe guests had one month fewer they do not speak the language of nature (Saami poet Nils-Alsak Valkeapää)   Och, maybe I’ve just gone too far into the mists. Cowans just don’t make sense any more. I f … Read More ↗

  • Autumn Equinox: Roots Deepen
    September 17, 2018
    Thumbnail ImageDorrie Joy (Somerset, UK) is a mother, grandmother and lover of the wild earth, an artist and traditional craftswoman creating sacred space for her woman and girls. Sherri Rose-Walker (Pacifica, CA) i … Read More ↗

  • Reclaiming the Goddess Mysteries of the Hera Path
    September 16, 2018
    Thumbnail ImageChange is in the air. For millennia, humanity has rejected the ways of the Goddess and the mysteries of the sacred dark. We’ve lived a half-life, cut off from our deep roots in the Divine Feminine, th … Read More ↗

Natural Pagans

  • Exploring mystery, trying on labels
    September 13, 2018 Anna Walther
    Thumbnail ImageIt has taken me years to experience any clarity around my religious identity. I grew up attending Catholic mass but knew from an early age that I wouldn’t continue, once I had a choice. In adulthood I … Read More ↗

  • Rites of Passage #5: Memorials
    September 18, 2018 Mark Green
    Thumbnail ImageSome time ago, I wrote a piece about Atheopagan Rites of Passage. In it, I described life milestones that might be celebrated by an Atheopagan, and which we as Atheopagan “clergy” (we’re all clergy, s … Read More ↗

  • Rites of Passage #2: Into Adulthood
    September 14, 2018 Mark Green
    Thumbnail ImageSome time ago, I wrote a piece about Atheopagan Rites of Passage. In it, I described life milestones that might be celebrated by an Atheopagan, and which we as Atheopagan “clergy” (we’re all clergy, s … Read More ↗

  • Opportunity for Auroras! [Starstuff, Contemplating]
    September 15, 2018 HumanisticPaganism
    Thumbnail ImageThe energy beam is about to hit, just when our shields are not ready and we are most vulnerable!  Sci-fi?  No, this is reality, for you, on Earth, right now.  And it means we have  a great chance for … Read More ↗

  • Keeping a Practice Going
    September 10, 2018 Mark Green
    Thumbnail ImageAs Atheopagans, we have practices: rituals (big or small) we do to remind ourselves of the magnificence of the Earth and Universe, of the beauty of living, and of the values we hold dear. These can in … Read More ↗

Druid Life

  • Nature pushes through
    September 18, 2018 Nimue Brown
    The natural world offers us many examples of incredible action against the odds. From the tiniest plants breaking their way through pavements, to the epic challenges of migration, to life clinging on … Read More ↗

  • Quiet – a review
    September 16, 2018 Nimue Brown
    Quiet, by Susan Cain, reviewed by Guest Blogger Stephen Palmer There is a difference between extrovert and introvert, but it’s not the difference most people think of when they hear those descriptions … Read More ↗

  • Escaping from entitled men
    September 13, 2018 Nimue Brown
    One of the more curious crops this summer has been a root cellar’s worth of entitled men to deal with. Just to make it clear, they are not all now in a root cellar, although it’s a charming idea. Some … Read More ↗

  • How winter impacts on autumn
    September 19, 2018 Nimue Brown
    For most of my life, my experience of autumn has been coloured by what winter has meant for me. It’s been difficult to enjoy the many lovely things autumn offers, because of the threat of winter. Bein … Read More ↗

  • Working dreams
    September 14, 2018 Nimue Brown
    One of the important things to bear in mind if you’re doing dream interpretation, is the relationship between your dreams and your actual life. Recently I had a dream in which I was trying to fold a c … Read More ↗

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