Druid Thoughts: Pagan Portals

Introducing Pagan Portals from Moon Books: focused introductions to particular areas of Paganism, including Nimue Brown’s new SPIRITUALITY WITHOUT STRUCTURE. [Read more…]

What’s New at Patheos Pagan (Nov 2013)

New blogs and columns at Patheos Pagan! Voodoo and Santeria, worlding, Heathen women, Heathens and interfaith, birthing hereditary witchcraft, Pagan leadership, and The Witch’s Eight Paths of Power. [Read more…]

Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft: Family Coven – A Definition

Family Coven is a group of persons who share shelter, food and resources for the purpose of survival while acknowledging the spiritual nature of the human condition. The term is a deliberate joining and redefinition of the terms ‘family’ and ‘coven.’ [Read more…]

Heathen Woman: Reclaiming Our Confidence

How do we regain and build confidence if it’s previously been lost? Like every journey, it begins with a single step. [Read more…]

Wyrd Words: Civil Religion Isn’t What It Used To Be

Civil religion has the potential to be a great force for motivation and unity. Unfortunately, civil religion as it has come to be practiced in America is a tool of partisan politics. [Read more…]

Anne Newkirk Niven: A Conversation on Pagan Publishing and the Future of Our Movement

Anne Newkirk Niven, publisher of Witches&Pagans magazine and the PaganSquare website, chats with Patheos Pagan about Pagan publishing, columnist Teo Bishop’s controversial announcement about his return to Christianity, and the future of the Pagan movement. [Read more…]

The Busy Witch: Seeking Abundance

Remember: it’s not just about tangible wealth. Abundance is more, well, abundant than that. [Read more…]

Seekers and Guides: The Importance of Remembrance

As Pagans, it is especially important that we remember the powerful and terrible experience of war, and that we honor our beloved dead. A special article for November 11th (Remembrance Day or Veteran’s Day). [Read more…]

Syncretic Electric: We Need to be Challenged, or Why I am Thankful

There are moments when Pagan dialogue becomes so concerned with acceptance and diversity that we lose track of the subject of our discussions and stop saying anything at all. Sometimes, I think we could do with a little less nicety. Sometimes, I think, we need to say no. So, that is why I am thankful for Galina Krasskova. [Read more…]

Loop of Brighid: Private Practices 7 – The Devotional Moods

In an earlier series of columns on “The Mysticism of Devotion,” we explored the devotional moods of Child, Friend, Strength, Champion, Hound, Servant, Spouse and Parent in relation to the love of the goddess Brighid. Now we will explore the cultivation of these devotional moods through visualization. [Read more…]


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