American Neopaganism, Part 3: Past, Present, and Future

In this final part of my American Neopaganism series, I want to talk about different groups which represent, to one degree or another, the kind of open, eclectic, celebratory, and earth-centered (read non-initiatory, non-traditional/non-recon, non-esoteric, and non-deity-centered)Neopaganism I have been describing and calling “American Neopaganism”. One very good example, which dates back to the beginning [Read More...]

Temple of the Earth Mother

When I first started this blog, I began with the name Temple of the Earth Mother, a name which was simultaneously pretentious and boring.  I mean, you can’t really get more generic in Pagan terms than “Temple of the Earth Mother”.  But I actually had a good reason for the name that I never got [Read More...]

My Spiritual Bucket List

In no particular order: 1.  Participate in the Edinburgh Beltane Fire Society celebration. 2.  Make offerings at the statue of Isis at the Herbert Hoover National Park in Iowa (exit 254 on Interstate 80). 3.   Celebrate the Hindu Holi festival of colors in Spanish Fork, Utah. 4.  Attend the Minnesota Renaissance Festival. 5.  Attend Reclaiming’s [Read More...]


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