In Praise of the Wheel of the Year

Druid Wheel of the Year by Dana Wiyninger

Even if you don’t think a series of holidays from Iron Age Britain has anything to do with your life in the 21st century, marking the changing seasons is one of the most effective ways to stay connected to Nature, the source of our lives. [Read more...]

Showing Up

The Council of Nicaea – photo via Wikimedia Commons

Paganism is a new religion – we’re still trying to figure out who and what we want to be. Decisions are being made by those who show up. [Read more...]

Cernunnos

Cernunnos square

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...]

Pantheacon Recap

badge and ribbons 2014

Last year I wrote about my Pantheacon envy. This year I went to Pantheacon. It was a great experience of community and I’m very glad I went. [Read more...]

Nine Things I Think

This is Alaska, not Russia.  A) I've never been to Russia, and B) it's a pretty cool picture anyway.

Nine Things I Think: Pagan Tea Time, retreats and conventions, new music from Damh the Bard and Wendy Rule, the Olympics, the Super Bowl and more. [Read more...]

Putting Mystery in Your Rituals

PPD 2013 12b

Different people come to Paganism for different reasons, but one of the most common is a yearning for mystery. The mainstream world has been exorcised of magic; it’s been measured and deconstructed and explained until there’s nothing left. As Pagans, let’s re-enchant the world. Let’s put the mystery back in our rituals. [Read more...]


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