Happily Heathen: How I Learned To Work With My Ancestors

A cup of hot cocoa in a mug from my grandfather’s hometown / Cara Freyasdaughter

Despite being a longtime Heathen, I had never really settled into a satisfying ancestor practice. Now I enjoy my growing relationship with Them and talk to them daily. Thank goodness, because how else would I ever get a good parking spot? [Read more...]

Hills of the Horizon: Reconstruction and Mysticism

Amduat Amduat Hour 10 - Detail. Image by Asaf Braverman via Flickr. CC license.

Instead of building a procedure to ancient blueprints, we are left with building a container, discovering what experiences can be held in that space, and elaborating, refining, and rearranging that container until the desired experiences arise naturally and reliably from the format. [Read more...]

Making Light: Hellenic Reconstructionism (sensu Judaica)


In a Pagan context, a Reconstructionist is one who wishes to re-create ancient practices as closely as possible to what they were prior to the rise of the Abrahamic religions. For most Hellenic polytheists, this means the practices of Classical Greece. Hellenics are very fortunate in that there is a mountain of source material from [Read More...]