Why I am Still a Heathen

rune banner

Patheos is doing a summer series called “Future of Faith in America”. The Pagan channel’s spot will be up on August 26. In preparation for this event, our Managing Editor Jason Mankey has started a series for the month of august called “Why I’m Still a Pagan”. I think this is a brilliant topic, and I’ve really enjoyed the various responses so far. So to that end, here’s why I’m still a Heathen. [Read more...]

The Zen Pagan: The Burners and the Pagans

SAMSUNG

All in all, there seems to be quite a bit of overlap between the values and ideals of the community around Burning Man and similar events, and the festival Pagan community. A more conscious and deliberate attempt to share ideas could be fruitful. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Sticky Subject – Teaching Sex Magick (Part Three)

Bacchic_Scene_by_Van_Loo

Sable continues to examine the ethics of teaching of sex magick and sacred sexuality by addressing festivals and the balance of freedom vs. security. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Sticky Subject: Teaching Sex Magick (Part Two)

tumblr_mc3pm4JuAH1qhsqm1o1_1280

Sable Aradia continues her series on teaching sex magick by examining the nature of consent. When can consent be honestly given, and when does an unequal power dynamic cloud the issue? [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Sticky Subject – Teaching Sex Magick (Part One)

public-domain-witch-on-broomstick

Sex magick and sacred sexuality are a traditional part of the Craft, but there are many social and ethical issues around their teaching and practice. In this series, Sable Aradia suggests ideas and solutions for including sacred sexuality in Craft practice. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: Teaching Wiccan Values

Snow_White_witch_with_apple

What are the values that Wiccans believe in? Where do they come from, and how do we impart these values to our students? Sable Aradia offers some ideas and suggestions. [Read more...]

Heathen Woman: Putting the Best Foot Forward

Heather O'Brien

When we’ve violated our own principles, either consciously or even inadvertently, we become directly responsible for restoring our honor the best we can. This requires an honest objectivity, self-awareness, and willingness to make any necessary amends. [Read more...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X