Devotion to Danu

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If we lived in a polytheist society, honoring a new-to-you deity would be no more difficult than making a fine dinner for a visiting relative you had never met. But since we don’t, this is how I have connected with and honored the Goddess Danu. [Read more...]

Nine Things I Think

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Nine Things I Think: Pagan Pride Day, CUUPS surveys, football players behaving badly (and criminally), future speaking engagements and more. [Read more...]

Welcome Polytheist.com!

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The Pagan internet is still a rather small place. A new site isn’t competition, it’s more people talking about the things that matter most to us. And for some of us, that means Many Gods. [Read more...]

The Reality of the Gods

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You will never know the reality of the Gods from a blog or a book or from philosophical contemplation. The reality of the Gods comes from experiencing Them for yourself. Everything else is just prep work. [Read more...]

Polytheism is the Future

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From where I stand, the growing devotion to many Gods is the most important trend in today’s Pagan world. Polytheism isn’t a relic of some primitive past. Polytheism is the future. [Read more...]

Nine Things I Think

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Nine Things I Think: Pagan Pride Day, CUUPS Revisioning, depression and choice, community outreach, the return of football and more. [Read more...]

Nurturing Polytheism

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It seems like nurturing Goddesses and Gods are underrepresented in devotional polytheism. Is that true, and if so, what does it mean? [Read more...]

Paying Pagan Clergy – An Organic Approach

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The goals of Pagan priesthood are to serve the Gods, to mediate for the Gods, and to serve the community. Let’s focus on the ends and let the means sort themselves out. [Read more...]


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