Margot Adler

Drawing Down the Moon, or DDTM as it is fondly called, is hundreds of pages worth of phenomenal social reporting. Margot Adler spent years traveling the US interviewing people in various organizations and leaderless groups who are now considered our Elders. She herself became an elder in her own right. [Read more…]

Out Into Nature

People with sensory or mobile disabilities often go to enjoy nature in parks. As Eric Scott points out in his essay, this doesn’t mean people who go to city parks are any less Pagan. [Read more…]

A Letter To Santa

This Yule I’m not asking for any jewelry, candles, or fancy priestess clothes. Instead I have one important wish for the magical community: that when groups gather, they will pre-plan for possible attendees who have a disability or are part of the Deaf community. [Read more…]

Rooted in the Body, Seeking the Soul at Amazon.com

I’m pleased — no, thrilled — to announce that Rooted in the Body, Seeking the Soul: Magic Practitioners Living with Disabilities, Addiction, and Illness is available at Amazon.com! [Read more…]

Dragonflies

My father passed away just a few weeks ago. I mourned the kind and caring father he could be, and I was angry and deeply wounded by the psychopath he could be. My relatives encourage me to move on or remember the happy times, but they don’t understand that a survivor’s healing path is in living from moment to moment. [Read more…]

A Pagan in the Pew

How did I, a Unitarian Universalist Pagan, end up at a Christian church listening to a gospel concert? Well, my mother is a Lay Minister at Mt. Hermon United Methodist Church. Though I don’t believe as they do, I do believe in the importance of socializing and keeping an open mind. Besides, Mom said Walter Plant was a good performer. [Read more…]

Reviewing the Mystery

Review of Seeking the Mystery: An Introduction to Pagan Theologies by Christine Hoff Kraemer Kraemer had two goals for the book: For Pagans to understand their own religion and give non-Pagans a starting point to understanding the diverse Pagan religious movement. She accomplished both of these through a step by step look at the religion [Read More…]


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