The Urban Pagan HomesteadIs It Really Just About God and Goddess?
Is the love story between the Goddess and God the only story there is? Jenya writes on the Biggest Love.
Paths Through The ForestsFestivities of Natural Annual Events: Australis Equilux / Borealis Equinox
A global overview of the seasons during this solar-earth event, and the celebrations, rituals and customs that spring forth from them.
Quaker Pagan ReflectionsStories that Last
To write is to share the truth of your life, your heart. To teach is to hold that sharing in trust, and to nurture it. And many of my students have lives, have hearts, of extraordinary beauty.
Daughters of EveSummer of Change: A Journey to Spiritual Self Care
My spiritual world explores change as a means to growth. It is a beginning to a road that we have yet to experience or understand, and while sometimes our experiences appear to be the same the lessons are usually not. This conflict between the desire to grow and the need for things to stay the same, brings about a strange dilemma. It is the understanding that I must live through the discomfort and fear to get to a place of personal movement, that I cannot avoid change.
Voodoo UniverseVoodoo: 5 Reasons this Extraordinary Religion Makes People Scared
New Orleans Voodoo and Haitian Vodou are the Frankenstein monsters of religions. People love to point fingers, sticks, and flaming torches at that which they have created, yet tragically don't understand.
Under the Ancient OaksNine Things I Think
Nine Things I Think: Pagan Pride Day, CUUPS surveys, football players behaving badly (and criminally), future speaking engagements and more.
Raise the HornsFive Very Pagan British Pubs
Five pubs worth visiting when living in or visiting England, all with cider and rather Pagan overtones.
The Allergic PaganRoots of the Deep Ecology Tree: Neo-Pagans, “The Dirt Worshippers”
The history of Neo-Paganism is part of a larger history of nature religion in the West, beginning with the American Transcendentalists, conservationists like John Muir, and early environmentalists like Aldo Leopold and Rachel Carson, all of whom appreciated a religious dimension to our relationship with the environment.
Agora/Heathen WomanHeathen Woman: Honoring Our Ancestors, Part Two
Why should I honor the ancestors I knew personally instead of reaching far back into my heathen ancestry? Why not call on a past hero or even a king? My most recently deceased ancestors knew my flaws and gifts, and I knew theirs. We have a special bond.