Where They May Be Found: Cernunnos

Finding gods you know in places is one thing, but helping someone find a god you don’t know is another. [Read more…]

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Fare Forward, Travelers…

At some point, my life became a story. Gods showed up, magic became the everyday, and I had a journey to make across the ocean, a pilgrimage to holy wells and druid mountains, walled cities and cobbled alleys, all to learn the meaning of the stories that were becoming my life. And it’s still happening. [Read more…]

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What We Built From Ruins (Part One)

As the oil ran out and the waters got poisoned, what kind of world did we create? What did we Pagans help build from the ruins? [Read more…]

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Gods In-Between

Traveling has taught me that, between here and there is another place altogether, and it’s in that in-between where I’ve learned to find the gods. [Read more…]

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Beauty In Other People’s Faith

“God’s Work, Our Hands” the quilting volunteers’ t-shirts read. And it is God’s work: they are serving the greater good, and I am grateful that they exist.
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Stories of Gods and mortals: myth and Pagan practice

The Gods of Pagan mythologies are involved not in an elaborate theology, but in an interweaving of tales of basic human-like needs, urges and relationships – sometimes mapped to land, weather and cultural practices. [Read more…]

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Ad Hoc Angels

An ad hoc angel is a stranger who pops into your life for a moment for a purpose and then disappears. Don’t take the term “angel” too literally, if you don’t want to. One could just as easily say, “an ad hoc godform” or “an ad hoc faerie” if the context fit. It’s when the Universe uses ordinary people in ways that touch another person’s life in an extraordinary way. [Read more…]

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