Heathen Woman: Gods of the Common Places

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Let us seek the old gods so that they will not become lost in time and erased by the gods of invention, materialism, politics, and corporate structure. [Read more...]

Wyrd Words: Faces of Odin – Soldier, Scholar, Skald, and Skeptic

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Óðinn, as he is depicted by the Lore, is very complex and multidimensional. To simply label him as a "God of War" is not only an inadequate descriptor, it’s a disservice to the depth of his personality. The Allfather wears many faces, and all of them are important to the Sagas he weaves. [Read more...]

What’s New on Patheos Pagan (May 2014)

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New blogs and columns at Patheos Pagan! Thelema, being a witch in the South, recovery resources for Pagans, Wayland, bioregionalism, dual Hindu/witchcraft practice, more. [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: Taking (and Making) Time

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In the three years since I’ve shifted much of my work to focus on my writing, that’s one part of working from home I haven’t done very well with; knowing when to take breaks. The blessing and the curse of working from home is that the work is never far away, which means I can always be productive, but it also means I’ve stopped viewing my home as a place of rest and restoration. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: Divine Wisdom, Mortal Filters

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When we ask the gods to speak through us and give us their wisdom, how much of what is said is from them, and how much comes from us? And how do we know the difference? Sable Aradia speculates. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: Happy Anniversary Patheos!

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Sable Aradia looks back at her Patheos Pagan experience in celebration of Patheos’ 5th Year Anniversary. [Read more...]

Happy 5th, Patheos! #‎Patheos5yrs‬

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“The Dance of Pagan Recovery” is a newcomer to the Patheos Pagan Agora blog, only appearing since January of this year. In that short time, I’ve begun to feel the juju that is available through this venue. It feels good to have a place to discuss the needs of those like me, who may have felt unwelcome in traditional recovery programs. [Read more...]


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