Raise the Horns20 Questions with Sable Aradia
Sable Aradia is a peer, a friend, and now a published author! Her first book "The Witches Eight Paths of Power" is a legitimately good one and led to these 20 Questions.
Under the Ancient OaksInterview With Kristoffer Hughes
Kristoffer Hughes is a native Welsh speaker, the Head of the Anglesey Druid Order, an author, an actor, an Anatomical Pathology Technologist who works in a morgue, and a Drag Queen (from the ankle down). If you don’t know him yet, here’s your chance.
Agora/Seekers and GuidesSeekers and Guides: A Few Books that I Think Every Witch Should Read (Part Two)
Sable Aradia continues her list of books that she believes every Witch should read, with a few honorable mentions.
The Allergic PaganRoots of the Deep Ecology Tree: John Muir, “Prophet of the Wilderness”
Neo-Paganism is a nature religion which, like other nature religions, perceives nature as both sacred and interconnected. From this perspective, humans in the developed world have become tragically disconnected from nature, which has been desacralized in both thought and deed. Healing this rift is possible only through a profound shift in our collective consciousness. This constellation of ideas can be called [Read More...]
Sermons from the MoundSystemic racism, othering, and alienation
The first step to rectifying the situation is to acknowledge the endemic racism in the system. We need to stop seeing a specific group of people as being of less worth than other people. We need to stop being frightened of people who dress differently, walk differently, or talk differently. Instead of trying to force people into a dehumanised mass of work units, we need to see every human being as having inherent worth and dignity.
Staff of AsclepiusA sense of wonder
My appreciation for the little things, the little wonders... ephemeral moments of magic, where the world seems to sing... has kept me going through the darkest hours in my life.
Voodoo UniverseSt. Dymphna: Lily of Fire
It seems after her unfortunate death her remains were placed in a cave in Gheel, when the people of the town went to remove them some years later it a white tomb had appeared, inside her coffin was a red tile which said “ Here lies the holy virgin and martyr, Dymphna.”
Agora/The Zen PaganThe Zen Pagan: Wild Naked Pagans
In other words, we must get wild with our spirituality, untamed and direct. It seems to me that this is why the Neopagan movement exists in the first place, a reaction to the inability of “civilized” religion to deal with the circumstances in which humanity finds itself.
Agora/Queer of SwordsQueer of Swords: A Prayer for Compassion Toward Z Budapest
In light of Z Budapest's recent outburst against the kink community in which she suggests the bombing of Pantheacon, Sarah Thompson calls for compassion rather than a new fight.