Under the Ancient Oaks, the video series. January and the season leading up to Imbolc is the perfect time to begin a contemplative practice. Read more

Praying for others is a good thing, but doing it ethically requires that we do it respectfully, mindfully, and humbly. Read more

Here’s a look into 2018. For me, divination is less prediction and more like turning on your headlights when you’re driving at night: it shows you where you’re going. Don’t like what you see? Hit the brakes and take that left turn at Albuquerque. Read more

Thank you for all your support this year. Here are the Top 10 posts of 2017 on Under the Ancient Oaks. Read more

While I’ve come to accept that sometimes the Pagan community just doesn’t care about something as much as I do, there are times when I find myself screaming “this is important! Why are you not reading this?!” Read more

Happy Solstice! Today may be our holy day, but the bulk of the Western world is getting ready to celebrate Christmas on Monday. Before we get tied up with family and friends, I have some announcements and mini book reviews. Oh… and a crow in a live oak tree. Read more

Many Pagans have a difficult relationship with prayer due to poor examples in a previous religion. And that’s a shame, because prayer is one of the most basic and most helpful spiritual practices in virtually every religion. Read more

Under the Ancient Oaks, the video series. I talk with fellow Denton CUUPS member Linda Masten about ancestors and how we honor them. Read more

Here are the first set of questions and answers for Conversations Under the Oaks, a new monthly Pagan Q&A feature. Read more

As we celebrate the Solstice, let us consider the state of the world and how we make our way through it. What needs to be born at this year’s Winter Solstice? Read more

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