All Wands Are Different

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Many times I have said that one simply does not serve soup with a butter knife. It’s a silly statement if you think of it since you would never attempt to serve a liquid with a flat surface but in reality we do that with our wands. [Read more...]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Parenting and the Confederate Flag

"South Carolina State House" by HaloMasterMind - Own work Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

I am related to Robert E. Lee. My family was wrong. We take down this flag because we know this. [Read more...]

Personal Gnosis: A Conversation

Heimdallr brings forth the gift of the gods to mankind by Nils Asplund.  From WikiMedia.

Personal Gnosis. Polytheism. Paganism. The writers at Patheos Pagan get together to discuss personal gnosis and campfire consensus. [Read more...]

Atheism, Polytheism, and Pagans: A Discussion

"The Judgement of Paris" by Peter Paul Rubens, from WikiMedia.

Polytheism. Atheism. Paganism. The writers at Patheos Pagan get together to discuss the role of deity in Modern Paganism and where we are headed in the future as a community. [Read more...]

Born-Again Witch: The Pope, Pagans, and Evangelical Environmentalists

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Annika was going to publish the second part of her coven’s experience at Bethel church today, but she spent the weekend reading and thinking about Pope Francis’ environmental encyclical. His theology and arguments put her back into a Christian mindset and flooded her mind with memories. She decided to postpone the second Bethel piece in favor of some reflections on religion and environmentalism. [Read more...]

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The Zen Pagan: Ares and Athena in the #BaltimoreUprising

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Our society is too much like Ares and too little like Athena. We are too ready to give in to the easy mindless rage that ends in defeat and humiliation for the aggressor and destruction for their victims, rather than the difficult, judicious, creative–but still valiant and strong–way of wisdom. The problem is not merely political: it reaches to the deep spiritual level of how we see our relation with ourselves and the world. [Read more...]

The Hearth is for Warriors Too

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The role of the hearth-tender is a warrior’s role in its own right. A place of respite needs to remain connected to the outside world to know what the people fighting for will need when they return. [Read more...]


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