New post at Pagan Square: Jung’s Shadow Trinity

Check out my new post at PaganSquare, which explores Jungian Neopaganism as the Shadow side of Christianity.     [Read more...]

Not leaving the Church alone: Sunstone Kirtland Conference

I don’t often write about Mormonism here, and when I do it’s usually as a leaping off point to talk about Paganism or Jungianism.  For those of you who don’t know, I was raised Mormon and left the Mormon Church formally by having my name withdrawn from the Church roles in 2001.  I now infrequently [Read More...]

My Defining Moment

“God is dead. [...] And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? [...] What water is there for us to clean ourselves? What festivals of atonement, what sacred games shall we have to invent?” – Nietzsche, The Gay Science Over at Patheos, bloggers are being asked to write [Read More...]

Who wants to be a magician?

“There is another world, and it is this one.” – Paul Eluard I recently got turned on to Lev Gossman’s novel, The Magicians, after reading a review by Matthew Bowman on the Peculiar People blog on the Mormon channel at Patheos. So I bought the book, and I just finished it. It was excellent. As [Read More...]

Panentheism: The Dancer and the Dance

 How can we know the dancer from the dance? – W.B. Yeats Theism, Pantheism, and Panetheism In his latest effort to tell the Pagan world why everyone is wrong and he is right, Sam Webster has taken aim an panentheism, the belief that God is both transcendent and immanent.   Webster dispatches panentheism in one paragraph [Read More...]

Quote: The path to heaven

the path to heaven doesn’t lie down in flat miles. It’s in the imagination with which you perceive this world, and the gestures with which you honor it. From Mary Oliver’s poem, “The Swan” My Pagan practice consists of the gestures with which I honor the world and the imagination which perceives it. [Read more...]


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