On Place, Pagan Values, and Politicizing Paganism

Sunset through the young trees in "my" woods. Photo: ©2015 James Lindenschmidt. CC by-sa

These woods where I live have a spirit to them, a kind of consciousness, and my own spirit is bettered when I deepen my relationship with these woods. This is my Paganism. [Read more...]

Beltane On The Beach: An Enduring Maine Tradition

2 Maypoles, during one of the cooler years at Popham Beach. Photo by Michael Berube, www.bardtographer.com. Used with permission.

Despite the beauty of Popham Beach, Beltane On The Beach is at its core about the Pagan community in Maine. Over the years there have been countless weddings, handfastings, initiations, rights of passage, and other rituals to be witnessed by the community, in addition to the Beltane traditions of the Maypole Dancing. [Read more...]

Earth Day: A Moment to Celebrate

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So it is on this Earth Day that I recall that early enthusiasm, with the real world just outside the door, just off the gravel road, just behind a neighbor’s house, just in that stand of trees. Challenges await, but today I celebrate. [Read more...]

Small Revolutions in Urban Reclamation

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It’s a system that has died, been reborn, is on life support and is completely managed by man, so what am I finding? [Read more...]

Pagan is Latin for Redneck

“Paganus” is an ancient term of otherness. It was disparaging, much like the “redneck” of today. [Read more...]

Finding Land Spirits and The Fae

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Helpful tips to finding the Fae and Land Spirits, and also, advice to make your car better! [Read more...]

Under the Pavement, The Forest

Photo by Nick Graham

Imagine a forest underneath the pavement, waiting to come out…. [Read more...]


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