Tales of Albion – A Movie Review

Tales of Albion is a collection of eight stories of ancient Britain and Ireland, organized around the Wheel of the Year. It was made by the same group who made the excellent film The Spirit of Albion in 2012. How well does it compare? [Read more…]

Why I’m Staying at Patheos Pagan

Patheos hosts my blog, promotes my work, and pays me a token amount, which is more than most blogging sites. No one has ever tried to censor my work – if they do, I’ll move. But I’m not going to leave a good situation over what might happen. [Read more…]

Praying While You’re Fighting

Life is challenging, especially for those of us who are awake. There are this-world concerns that require our urgent attention. But our spiritual practices, devotions, and holy day celebrations are a connection to our Source – they need our attention too. [Read more…]

How a Commitment to Facts and Truth Led Me to Paganism

I’ve always believed that facts are sacred, that I should follow where the facts lead, and that truth is built on facts. Your journey may lead you elsewhere, but my commitment to facts and truth led me to Paganism. [Read more…]

A Commitment to Truth

Politicians are known for playing fast and loose with the truth. But blatantly denying facts, making serious accusations supported by no facts, and promoting untruths as facts cross a dangerous line, even by the low standards of politicians. [Read more…]

The Inspiration of Badass Park Rangers

You cheered because a bunch of park rangers did their job. You can be an inspiring badass park ranger for someone else. Grow the resistance one imaginatively subversive act at a time. [Read more…]

Imbolc and the Promise of Spring

Imbolc reminds us that spring has always followed winter and so our work is not in vain. Spring will follow winter this time too… no matter how long winter lasts. [Read more…]

Setting the Agenda For the Next Four Years

Maybe Trump is right – maybe it is midnight in America. But here’s the thing. Witches, Druids, Pagans in general – midnight is our hour, and we will set our own agendas for the next four years. [Read more…]