Hills of the Horizon: Narrative Theology II – The Eye of the Story

We look for stories that speak to important things in our lives. And here is a story about recovery, about disability, and about being holy, embedded in the nuances of a myth. [Read more…]

Wayfaring Woman: Here Be Dragons – Venturing Beyond the World’s Edge

True North on the compass that guides me is commitment to understanding and supporting the interconnectedness of all beings and all worlds [Read more…]

The Path of She: A Wild-World Love Story

I’d like to share a love story, between a young arbutus tree and me. [Read more…]

Happily Heathen: Offerings for the Gods – Part 3 – The Jotnar

Interested in worshipping, honoring, or learning from the giants of Norse Mythology? Though often controversial, some modern folks have built long-lasting, beneficial relationships with some of the Aesir’s mortal enemies. Would you know more? [Read more…]

The Lady’s Quill: Loki

There is no figure in modern Heathenry and related traditions that is as controversial as Loki. Many hate and fear him, many love him (and many of those still fear him) and many are adamantly, staunchly indifferent to him, a state of things that reflects well our many understandings of Loki Laufeyson. [Read more…]

The Cartomancer: Read the Cards like the Devil?

Reading the cards like the Devil is like cutting the moon in halves, and then burying the pieces at the crossroads. [Read more…]

Witch on Fire: Down the Rabbit Hole of a Past-Life Retrievalist

I call my past-life retrieval work, “going down the rabbit hole.” But how does one train to do this work? What happens during our journeys to the past? Allow me share my story, and my process. Let this article be our time-machine, as we take a trip to medieval Scotland… [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: The Witch of Portobello (Book Review)

The Witch of Portobello is about a Romani orphan who was a refugee to London with her Lebanese parents. This variety of heritages Sherine Khalil, nicknamed Athena, has access to makes this story a globe trotter. Everywhere the woman stops we get a sense of the unique struggles of each country. Increasing the diversity this novel can portray is the interesting narrative structure of storytelling via several dozen characters who Athena touched throughout her life before it was cut too short by her violent and random murder. [Read more…]

The Rantin’ Raven: Westernizing Our Ritual Forms

Here we have a collection of terms and a new ritual, perhaps a new way of thinking about some of our standard practices. [Read more…]

Dandelion Seeds: Ten Tips for Running a Big, Festival-Style Ritual

Running big rituals is a lot like being a producer, director, and an actor in a movie: you’re doing it all. [Read more…]