Under the Ancient OaksEarth Day Is Worth Celebrating
We don’t make changes in our lives so we can love the Earth, we love the Earth so we’ll make the changes we need to make.
Star and SnakeThe Book of the Law
New blog! Brandy Williams, author of The Woman Magician, explores Thelema as a living tradition. Thelemites are a people of the book. What is the Book of the Law?
A Sense of PlaceWishful Ducklings
There is something here, a notion of human beings living in community with nature; not perfectly achieved, but present. An ambition, or a dream, manifest in typically messy human fashion, with tax issues, ludicrous town controversies, and renegade geese.
The Witching HourEvery Day is Earth Day
LIVE as if there's a point to it all, as if a healthy lifestyle is actually making a difference not just to yourself, but to your loved ones, and to all humanity. Go outside already! What are you waiting for? Tomorrow?
Daughters of EveEveryday Celebration: Happy Earth Day to the Mother and Birthday to the Dad
The miracle of living is something I often think about. It is incredible to think of the mystery behind how we are, who we are, where we are, living here on the planet.
Greening the SpiritWicca and the Spiritual Quest
All spiritual traditions recognize that there are times when it appears that the Gods have turned their backs on us. The Divine link that we may have sensed within us and within our rituals disappears. But then, when there seems there is no way forward, something happens -- we go back to the beginning.
Pagan FamiliesPlant a Tree
Arbor Day is a fun holiday for kids, and as Pagans it's very close to our hearts. Here's a prayer to use while giving offerings to your local tree spirits!
Raise the HornsBeltane Traditions
Beltane is a holiday rich in tradition, and many of its most cherished traditions can be traced directly back to the pagans of antiquity. Celebrate the start of May with maypoles, Morris Dancers, May Queens, and the Jack in the Green.