The Path of She: A Lammas Tale – Lugh and the Miracle of a New Harvest

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Lammas is upon us and the God Lugh offers teachings on the renewal of life: the seeds of the new are held within the body of the living; everything you need to transform your life and your world is within you. One cycle ends so another can begin. [Read more...]

The Path of She: Wake to Goodness, Wake to Goddess

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Though the Goddess as the feminine face of Divinity is foreign to our modern, encultured sensibilities, we can rediscover Her life-nurturing presence through the simple exercise of witnessing ours and others’ best impulses and actions. When we wake to goodness, we wake to Goddess. [Read more...]

Wyrd Words: Grief and Renewal

Helena

Greetings, and welcome back to Wyrd Words. Keeping the Thor in Thursdays, here on Agora! AAAAAAND WE’RE BACK! Good gods what a month! It has just been a non stop rush from one chaotic bit of madness to the next! Seriously! We had a bunch of THIS   Followed by one of THESE! And then [Read More...]

The Path of She: 5 Things You Can Learn from a Pagan

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Paganism is not just about beliefs, it’s about stepping outside of the strictures of everyday reality and stepping into full-bodied experiences of the wild, magical world of what else is true and possible. After twenty-plus years of pagan explorations, these are the precious things that I’ve learned. [Read more...]

Adventures in Wortcunning: Of Plantain and Spider Bites

Large spiders eat crickets in the garden.

“Mom, what is this – a spider bite?” Two little punctures punctuated by tiny spots of blood. An inch or so down the arm, there was another pair…. [Read more...]

Adventures in Wortcunning: The Mind-Manifesting Morning Glory

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I had heard about Morning Glory for years. Whispers and rumors ran throughout the circles of my Pagan and back-to-nature friends that the seeds of this garden plant could take you places … outta this world. [Read more...]

Spear of Athena: Fear, What Storms Teach

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I was terrified. I remembered a severe storm from my past, and I thought about the horrendous things that happened in other places to other people. What I was experiencing wasn’t what scared me. What scared me was the thought of what I might experience. [Read more...]


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