Temple of the Morrigan

photo by Alex Mar

Some of the Pantheacon hospitality suites included small altars or shrines, similar to the installations many Pagans have in our homes.  But one stood out – the Temple of the Morrigan, built and maintained by the Coru Cathubodua.  It was the site of the most powerful experience of my time at the convention, and I hope it will inspire others to create temples at Pagan events around the world.Structure of the TempleSome sacred things should be photographed and some shouldn’t.  I didn’t even … [Read more...]

Pantheacon Recap

badge and ribbons 2014

Last year I wrote about my Pantheacon envy and said “maybe 2014 will be my year.”  This year I decided I needed to go, period.  I did and I had a great time.  It wasn’t a transformative religious experience, but it was a great experience of community and I’m very glad I went.This is what I did while I was there.  I’ll have at least two and maybe more posts exploring some of the workshops and rituals, but I’m going to start with a high level recap.One of the reasons I had always said no to … [Read more...]


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