Tell Me Again That Jungians Can’t Be Pagan (edited)

The claim that Jungians can’t be Pagan ignores the (at least) thousands of Pagans who hold an archetypalist view of the gods. What’s more, it ignores almost 50 years of contemporary Pagan history. I get the impression that some people think that I invented Jungian polytheism. In fact, Jungian interpretations of the gods of polytheism were popularized by many popular Pagan writers over a period of decades, long before I called myself Pagan. [Read more…]

I miss you already Margot

None of the recent deaths of prominent Pagans has struck me so hard as the death of Margot Adler. Here are some reflections on her life, and Margot’s own words on what death meant to her. [Read more…]

How Vampires Led Me to Paganism

I just finished reading Margot Adler’s Vampires Are Us: Understanding Our Love Affair with the Immortal Dark Side. Adler’s fascination with vampires may seem strange to Pagans, but not me. In fact, vampires led me to Paganism. [Read more…]

Pantheacon 2014 Report

I’m on the plane right now, headed back home from Pantheacon.  It’s been exciting and exhausting.  This year, I didn’t feel like I had to fill every time slot with something, which was good because I was wiped out as it was.  There are a few events that I want to devote an entire post [Read More…]


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