Pagan Studies

Chad Clifton has two blog posts titled “Why We Do Pagan Studies” – Part 1 is here and Part 2 is here. They’re brief looks at Pagan scholarship from the perspective of a professional scholar and they make for interesting reading. Jason Pitzl-Waters at The Wild Hunt links to the first post here, where he [Read More...]

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Income and Life Expectancy

Here’s a video from the BBC that’s worth four minutes of your time. The introduction is a bit slow – bear with it through about 45 seconds and you’ll be hooked. It’s a presentation on income levels and life expectancy by Hans Rosling, Professor of Global Health at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. The presentation [Read More...]

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CUUPS Yule Circle

If you’re in the DFW area, come out and join us next Saturday evening for our Yule Circle.   [Read more...]

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WikiLeaks

This is the third time I’ve started composing a blog entry on Julian Assange and WikiLeaks – to say that I am ambivalent would be a serious understatement. The far left is ready to canonize him and the far right is ready to hang him (and may ultimately succeed, figuratively If not literally). I have [Read More...]

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Desire

Here’s a link to an essay on Huffington Post by Rev. James Martin, S.J., a Catholic priest and a Jesuit. I’ve read Rev. Martin’s work before and I find myself agreeing with him more than with any other Catholic writer I’ve come across. This piece is titled Desire and the Spiritual Life. The central theme [Read More...]

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Dark Green Religion

Dark Green Religion is a study of the relatively new religious trend toward viewing the Earth as sacred and acting accordingly. It’s written by Bron Taylor, Professor of Religion and Nature at the University of Florida. I highly recommend it for those interested contemporary nature religions and their origins. Taylor begins with a cursory definition [Read More...]

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Morrigan

No, I haven’t disappeared.  But both work and home life have been busy, and what little free time I’ve had has gone to reading Dark Green Religion by Bron Taylor.  I’ve seen it mentioned several times and wanted to read it for myself.  It’s excellent and I’ll have much to say about it, but I [Read More...]

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Spiritual Practice Techniques: Walking

This is the fifth in an occasional series on spiritual practice techniques. One of the primary purposes of spiritual practice is to develop balance and wholeness. Your body needs this practice every bit as much as your mind. Any form of exercise can be a spiritual practice, and some physical exercises are explicitly spiritual, such [Read More...]

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