Serving Many Gods

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Devotional polytheism isn’t an all or nothing thing. As with our human relationships, different relationships with different deities require different levels of commitment. [Read more...]

Priesthood – A Modern Pagan View

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I’m a Druid and a priest. I’m ordained as a priest in the Universal Gnostic Fellowship, and I am sworn as a priest of Cernunnos and a priest of Danu – though not as a priest of Morrigan. These are my thoughts on priesthood in a modern, Pagan, polytheistic setting. [Read more...]

Interview With Morpheus Ravenna

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Morpheus Ravenna discusses her spiritual life, her priesthood, and her upcoming book exploring the mysteries of the Morrígan, The Book of the Great Queen. [Read more...]

Cernunnos

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We know little about Cernunnos from ancient times, but it is fitting that a God of Nature must be met in Nature and not in books. This is my experience of Cernunnos. [Read more...]

Not Her Priest

Priestess of Delphi by John Collier (1891)

I wear many religious hats and fill many religious roles. One of them is priest. But in a polytheistic setting, not everyone needs to be a priest, and one need not be a priest of a deity to work with and for Her. [Read more...]

A Rite of Sacrifice

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There are times we approach the Gods with what we’d like to give them, or with what we think they might like. And then there are times when they tell us exactly what they want. [Read more...]

Temple of the Morrigan

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Have you ever been to a ritual or had a spontaneous religious experience where you’re not quite sure what just happened, but you know it was strong and important and real? The Temple of the Morrigan at Pantheacon was like that. [Read more...]

Wrestling With The Gods

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Like all the Big Questions of Life, the nature of the gods is ultimately uncertain. We can choose to ignore these big questions. We can give them some casual thought, then drop them when they lead us to places that are inconvenient. Or we can wrestle with the gods, in full knowledge that we may be injured and we will be changed, and through our wrestling find answers that bring us meaning and wisdom. [Read more...]


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