This Tiresome Place

There are places where humans still stop to chat, without looking at a watch or worrying that they might be late to something … somewhere … because the person standing in front of them is the now. There are places where nectar and marrow are still sucked by everyone, not just a wealthy few. There are places that don’t make me so tired, that don’t require me to fight, always fight, just to live my life. [Read more...]

Disenchantment, Enclosure, And ‘The Burning Times’

hans glaser

Capitalism is responsible for our ancestral trauma, our alienation from the land, and the greatest targeted killing of women ever known in Europe. [Read more...]

What I Learned in the Crosswalk

Seattle, Washington (Photo by Brandi Haker, Seattletaco.com)

Sometimes we need someone to free us from a spell by breaking out of it first. Small radical acts can become revolutionary, even when all signals say, “no–you’ll die.” [Read more...]

A Choice of Worldings

"King Ludd"

Land Spirits who protest factory conditions and a spear-wielding, “strong-armed” mystical king leading the smashing of looms–worlding the gods and spirits into our lives comes down to a simple choice. [Read more...]

Paganism’s Messiah Complex

Red Moths

A troubling component of the western centric world view can be found within western paganism. As second and first generation pagans continue to question and redefine cultural understanding, one narrative that is particularly antithetical to pagan values ought to be considered: anthropocentrism. [Read more...]

The Logic of Disenchantment

Cyril Mann--"Dark Satanic Mills"

In the 1700′s, something was spawned from the countryside of England, and it’s disenchanting the world. [Read more...]

The Song of the Other

steBarbe12

Who did I think I was, playing songs to a goddess? How song is at the root of Enchantment, and how music can teach us how to re-world the earth. [Read more...]


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