The Zen Pagan: The Only God to Whom Jupiter Must Bow

Terminus. Image via Wikimedia Commons

Boundaries in their role as both endings and beginnings are also on my mind because this will be my last column for Agora. The good news is that this is because The Zen Pagan will soon be its own full-fledged blog here at Patheos Pagan! But this change too is the crossing of a line, a passing of a boundary. The Romans had a god for that: Terminus, the god of boundaries. [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: Stepping Outside Our Boundaries

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Lots of things can change when you push your boundaries, and I’m still sifting through the continued effects of this stretching. [Read more...]

Syncretic Electric: Community is More Than You

A Dedication to Bacchus, 1889

When you call yourself Pagan, you are claiming membership in that community and are making yourself beholden to it. Regardless of what Paganism represents to you, it extends beyond you, and you must be aware of the responsibilities that claiming membership to such a community entails. [Read more...]


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