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  • Asatru FAQ: Religion or Folkway?
    November 15, 2018
    Thumbnail ImageFrequently Asked Question: Why do some people say Asatru is a religion and some say it’s a folkway? What’s the difference and who is right? My answer: There are heathens who practice only the religion … Read More ↗

  • The Eyes of Perception
    November 11, 2018
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  • Magical Heather and Heath
    November 10, 2018
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  • The Gods Are My Co-Workers
    November 11, 2018
    Thumbnail Image150,000 years of pagan history, and it took the so-called 20th century to reduce the gods to the level of co-workers. “I work with [Name of Deity].” How many times have you heard this expression? Note … Read More ↗

  • The Winter Peach
    November 13, 2018
    Thumbnail ImageDon’t get me wrong: I love apples. But when’s the last time that you bit into an apple and had juice run down your forearm and drip from your elbow? A good pear is truly a full-body experience. Pears. … Read More ↗

Natural Pagans

  • Blasphemy Victory! Now, go Vote! by Starstuff, Contemplating
    November 4, 2018 HumanisticPaganism
    Thumbnail ImageVictory!  The people of Ireland legalize honesty in an historic vote, amending their constitution to legalize blasphemy.  Votes matter.  If you are an American, your vote matters too.  Please vote Tue … Read More ↗

  • Our Story Thus Far
    November 12, 2018 Mark Green
    Thumbnail ImageIn 1987, a friend invited me to an autumnal equinox circle with his Pagan coven. I had been an atheist all my life: a rational, naturalistic believer in science and reason. But I went. I still don’t e … Read More ↗

  • I’m Off to See the Atheists!
    October 30, 2018 Mark Green
    Thumbnail ImageThis weekend, I will attend the Freedom From Religion Foundation‘s annual conference, held this year in San Francisco. FFRF is the largest freethinker/atheist organization in the U.S. It advocates for … Read More ↗

  • Reflections on the FFRF Conference 2018
    November 8, 2018 Mark Green
    Thumbnail ImageSo…the Freedom From Religion Foundation conference was…interesting. It’s a great organization. Lobbying and legal work to prevent religious incursion into governmental and public spaces. Very importan … Read More ↗

  • Happy Fall Equitherm (Samhain)!
    October 31, 2018 HumanisticPaganism
    Thumbnail ImageOur Ancestors reach back in an unbroken chain billions of years long, including both good and bad people, and many more.  Today our Ancestors speak to us, and we speak to them. Celebrations Death, the … Read More ↗

Druid Life

  • Big fish, small pond
    November 13, 2018 Nimue Brown
    There are a lot of personal advantages to being a big fish in a small pond. It’s good for your self esteem, your feelings of worth, usefulness and recognition. It is of course rather challenging to co … Read More ↗

  • Gatherer of Souls – a review
    November 11, 2018 Nimue Brown
    Gatherer of Souls, by Lorna Smithers, is a collection of poetry and short stories about Gwyn ap Nudd that offers a radical re-think of Arthurian mythology. Physically speaking, this is a small book – … Read More ↗

  • Druidry ritual and changing yourself
    November 10, 2018 Nimue Brown
    One of the key ways in which a person on the Druid path may seek to change themselves, is through ritual. The act of doing ritual creates change. We may use ritual to set intentions, seek transformati … Read More ↗

  • Nature, Nurture, Environment and Choice
    November 8, 2018 Nimue Brown
    How the balance between nature and nurture shapes us is something psychologists have been arguing about for about as long as there have been psychologists. How much of who we are comes from the geneti … Read More ↗

  • Life goals and spiritual goals
    November 6, 2018 Nimue Brown
    We live in a goal-orientated society. Success is understood in terms of achievement, goals and markers. Qualifications, promotions, pay increases, a bigger house, a more expensive car… we set up goals … Read More ↗

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