A Sense of PlaceA Call to War
Capitalism destroys ancestral and pagan religions while also poisoning the water and air. If we're going to be Environmentalists, we need to attack the very thing that is destroying the environment. And if we're going to be Pagans, we ought to be attacking the thing that walls the gods and spirits from the world.
A Word to the WitchFailure is not an option
We are already much further over the edge than anyone seems to realize, partially because the petroleum industry has very deep pockets, a PR budget, and a vested interest in keeping everyone confused. Our best hope, if hope there be, lies outside the comfortable light of human civilization's campfire. And yet, and yet...the other side of a traditional witch or shaman's dual allegiance is her human community. That duality has never been, will never be easy.
Greening the SpiritSearing Sun, the Hurricane’s Howl: What Can We Do About Climate Change?
As a child I always loved storms. This winter, as wind tore out the roots of the trees on our land and sent them crashing down towards our neighbor’s house, for the first time I was afraid of the element of air. But fear can be good if it makes us realize that something is happening. Fear may help us motivate ourselves and our communities to focus on big sources of emissions toward the goal of stabilizing global temperatures.
Raise the HornsPaganism Did Not Fail
Maybe the Pagans of the 1970's thought they were going to single handedly fix the hole in the ozone layer, save the rain forests, and get everyone to eat organic but I'm not sure that was really the case. What so many of those Pagans wanted was to transform the Earth, and the human society that lives on her. In that sense those people succeeded.
Under the Ancient OaksWe’re Still Here and the Earth is Still Sacred
Has Pagan environmentalism failed? Strictly speaking, yes. But there have been some successes, and we’re not done yet.
Sermons from the MoundMoving Beyond “Environmentalism”
The world is alive and aware and we are part of it.
Pointedly PaganEnvironmentalism and Pagan religion
In the name of a more humane future, Pagans must do all we can to restrict the power and extent of joint stock corporations. Economic decisions must be made by human beings who will not be penalized if they do not put money profit first. This means removing joint stock corporations from sectors of the economy closely interacting with the natural environment.
A Witch's AshramPagans and the (Zombie) Apocalypse
The zombie apocalypse isn't going to happen. Sorry. Let's get rid of using apocalyptic language when we talk about the environment, too.
Paths Through the ForestsClimate Change & Ehoah
How a Saegoah views and reacts to Climate Change isn't any different than if there wasn't any Climate Change. Here is why.