Pantheacon: I’m still giddy and ready to fall asleep on my feet after five days of friends and travel and provocation and heart-expanding discussion. Here is my quick sum up, with deeper posts to come as I sort through my notes and begin processing all the things. Read more

The Ave Maria is a poem, a prayer, and frequently a song. Taken from lines from the Gospel of Luke, the Ave Maria has been for me over the years a meditation on smashing patriarchal religious sentiments lingering within me. It is a source of deep mysticism. Read more

I’ll be a Pantheacon next week. Will I see you there? Read more

I am looking for something. And I don’t know what it is. Always this longing. Like blood in my veins, pumping relentlessly. Read more

I rather like this False Spring. I like not knowing what we’ll get in February. Read more

Many Gods West, the polytheist conference Rhyd Wildermuth, P Sufenas Virius Lupus, and I have been working on will open for registration on Sunday, February 1! Our keynote speaker is Morpheus Ravenna, she of the Coru Cathubodua. We are still seeking submissions for presentations, panels, lectures, rituals, and the like. The conference will be in Olympia, WA, conveniently located between Seattle and Portland, Jul 31- Aug 2. We’re going to have fun. I hope you’ll join us! Read more

Our first experiences shape our future experiences. The first gods who appeared to me continue to have an important place in my shrines and heart. Read more

What’s the difference between an austerity and an ordeal? Why practice them at all? Read more

The Witches’ Almanac has been around for ages. Is it relevant? Should you pick up a copy? See what a fresh reader has to say. Read more

Looking ahead to 2015. Key terms are expansion and contraction. Read more

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