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October 16, 2017
The Crow’s Nest: Honoring the Dead with Offerings at Samhain
What is an “Offering”? Why even give offerings in the first place? What constitutes an...
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Lamp & Labyrinth: A Mystics Perception of Subjective Reality
A mystic recognizes that each of us adds a 2nd story on top of objective...
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The Cartomancer: A Moving Number
What goes through your mind when you move house? How attached are you to things?...
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Happily Heathen: The Blot’s the Thing
In preparing for a class, I made a last-minute decision to include a short generic...
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The Cartomancer: Ritual for meeting your ancestors in the simple
When something is simple, by virtue of the nature of the simple, it is above...
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Happily Heathen: Healing Old Wounds at a New Ancestor’s Grave
Families aren’t perfect. Not everyone in a family likes or agrees with one another, and...
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Hills of the Horizon: Narrative Theology III – the Doughnut and the Dice
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Adventures in Wortcunning: Speaking of Ancestors
As my daughter entered labor many miles from me, I stopped my daily routine to...
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The Lady’s Quill: The Three Kindreds and My Polytheist Theology
In modern Druidry we often speak of the Kindreds: the Ancestors, the Nature Spirits, and...
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Happily Heathen: The Blot’s the Thing
I have recently started an “Intro to Heathenry” class in my hometown. In preparing for...
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The Lady’s Quill: Queer and Trans Identities and Pagan Mythology
Trying to shoehorn figures from our mythologies into modern concepts of identity can be harmful...
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The Cartomancer: Personality Test
How often do we pose these questions to ourselves: What do I know about myself...
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Heathen Woman: Reconstructing Heathen Rites
We can read and study, but until rites and practices are integrated into real world...
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Ancestor Remembrance Project: Blood and Spirit
Family and ancestry are not limited by blood; the choices we make link us to...
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Jewish Witch: Ancestors and Genocide
There are only so many prayers you can say for the dead before, like the...
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When Grief Becomes Ritual, When Remembering Renews
Last year, I lost a beloved companion. Reclaiming's Spiral Dance ritual, now in its 35th...
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Heathen Woman: Honoring Our Ancestors, Part Two
Why should I honor the ancestors I knew personally instead of reaching far back into...
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Seekers and Guides: The Importance of Remembrance
As Pagans, it is especially important that we remember the powerful and terrible experience of...
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Samhain: Blessed Be All Souls
This week many Pagans celebrate Samhain, popularly known as Hallowe’en. It is the ancient, and...
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