Knowth and Dowth

Knowth and Dowth are beautiful and powerful places that connect us to our ancestors and to the Otherworld. They also remind us that while visiting the popular tourist sites is a great thing, there’s value in visiting the smaller and more remote sites as well. [Read more…]

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Not Everything Belongs in a Museum

Like so much in our society, the fact that museums have been around for hundreds of years and benefit many causes us to ignore some unpleasant facts about how these objects came to be where they are. [Read more…]

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Celts and the Gundestrup Cauldron

Seeing the Gundestrup Cauldron with my own eyes was an amazing, magical, holy experience. But it wasn’t what I was expecting. [Read more…]

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A Pilgrimage to Orkney

I first felt a connection to Orkney during an OBOD meditation ten years ago. It was a feeling that there was something in Orkney I needed to do. I just didn’t know what that was until I got there. [Read more…]

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4 Reasons Baseball Is A Pagan Game

Baseball is a Pagan game, but I no desire to claim it for us. It’s a wonderful game, played passionately by many people in many parts of the world. It belongs to everyone who ever picked up a bat and glove or who cheers for those who do. [Read more…]

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The Mercedes Demon

When I was younger I wanted everything the mainstream culture told me I was supposed to want. I was miserable because I didn’t have it and I couldn’t see a path to getting it. Those painful thoughts aren’t as distant as I wish they were. [Read more…]

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What Can Pagans Learn From Fundamentalists?

Let’s be good Pagans and celebrate the world and all it’s pleasures. But let’s also pay attention to what’s going on around us and make sure we don’t get distracted from being who and what we’re called to be. [Read more…]

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Moving For Opportunity

I didn’t want to move away from my hometown, but if I hadn’t my life would have been much poorer – economically and spiritually. [Read more…]

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