My Religion is Rooted in the Holy Powers of the Soil

My religion is rooted. In fact, it is a religion of roots … and of tubers and worms and actinobacteria. I am a dirt worshipping Pagan. My gospel is the gospel of compost. [Read more…]

I Hold These Things To Be Sacred: A Reply to Sarenth Odinsson

I hold these things to be sacred and holy: all life, the earth, nature, our selves, our bodies, our relationships. [Read more…]

“Atheist Pagan” Does Not Equal “Secular Pagan”

Yes, atheist Paganism is “a thing.” And it should neither be confused with secularism nor reduced to humanism. [Read more…]

Believing In Our Myths, Without Believing Them

We need to find a way to live mythically, without taking our myths literally — to believe our myths, without believing in them. We need our myths to live by, but we also need to be conscious that we have a choice of which myths to live by. Not all myths are equal. And we really could use some good myths nowadays. [Read more…]

Don’t Tell Me I Haven’t Met Any Gods

If you’re a polytheist who believes in multiple pantheons, then you have to acknowledge the possibility that there are some atheists who have met gods. [Read more…]

“The Disenchantment of Hard Polytheism”

“… Human beings have consistently demonstrated a collective unwillingness to place the needs of our other-than-human neighbors before our own.  The only way to truly protect the river is for humans to identify with the river and to see its needs as their own.  Rather than finding the source of the river’s value in it [Read More…]


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