The Path of She: Claiming Your Personal Leadership – A Grassroots Vision of Change

The world needs us to show up to the essential work of creating a more sustainable, life-affirming future for each other and our Earth home. What is your personal leadership? How can you become a positive change agent in these turbulent, evolutionary times? [Read more…]

Happily Heathen – The Cat Story; or, Why it’s good to be very specific when asking your Goddess for a favor

You may know what you think that you want when you make a wish, but the Gods might give you what you need, instead. [Read more…]

Wyrd Words: A Reconstructionist Argument For Inclusive Heathenry

Viking Lore makes a pretty clear case; not just for tolerating the existence of others, but for actively learning from them. Welcome to Multiculturalism 101. [Read more…]

Dandelion Seeds: Why We All Need Indigenous European Paganism

The Rev. Melissa Hill tackles issues of white privilege and the fear that modern European polytheism is a breeding ground for right wing ideologies. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: Dressing Old Gods in a New World

In my experience if you ask most pagans or polytheists to describe their Gods – with few exceptions – you’ll get lots of clothing descriptions out of a historical re-enactors catalog. [Read more…]

Seeking the Grail: Why Bother?

There’s nothing like a ritual where there’s genuine connection, where there’s a palpable love between the community members. [Read more…]

Full Frontal Magic: Our Human Mentors

Once a mentorship is placed into a spiritual box, how you choose to handle the mentoring relationship can teach tremendous lessons in and of itself. Even bad experiences are teaching opportunities on the road to developing in spirit. [Read more…]

Adventures in Wortcunning: The Weight of Glory

“There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal.” – CS Lewis [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: Finding Fairy – Enchantment and Wholeness

Enchantment is something to actively engage in, not passively experience. [Read more…]

Hills of the Horizon: Narrative Theology III – the Doughnut and the Dice

One of the things about stories is of course the way they keep turning up, over and over, in variable forms. A story about the voices of the ancestors. And about meditating doughnuts. And an imaginary alien. They’re all the same story, in the end. [Read more…]


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