Good Tidings & Great Joy: Raise the Horns Reviews Sarah Palin’s New Book

Can a Pagan find middle ground with Sarah Palin and her new book “Good Tidings Great Joy?” The answer is mostly “no,” but we gave it our best shot. [Read more…]

Playlist: Yule & Christmas

Yuletide is a mix of ritual, parties, and family obligations. Because it brings out so many different sides of us it requires a very special sort of playlist, one able to mix the spiritual with the secular. It’s a music mix with something for everyone this Holiday Season. [Read more…]

The Year in Paganism: 2013

There were victories, arguments, festivals, and everything in between in 2013. Catch up on the biggest news stories of the year, along with some of the best and worst moments in the Pagan Blogosphere. It’s the Raise the Horns year in review! [Read more…]

Pagan Folkways: Dar Williams

Probably best known for the song “The Christians and the Pagans,” Dar Williams is a favorite of many Modern Pagans. If you aren’t familiar with Ms. Williams, it’s probably time to get acquainted. [Read more…]

Christmas Traditions: Pagan or Christian?

Christmas has long been a combination of both Christian and ancient pagan elements, but where did the individual traditions we associate with the holiday come from? Are they all Christian? Are they all pagan? Maybe some of them are a bit of both . . . . [Read more…]

A Magickal Holiday Gift Guide

Not sure what to buy that special someone for the holidays? We’ve got your Yuletide needs covered with spirits, drinks, books, music, and more. [Read more…]

Water Under the Pagan Bridge

This week someone leaving Paganism made the New York Times. Is that an important development or a bump in the road? Will we be talking about this moment four years or even four weeks from now? Maybe by then it will simply be water under the Pagan bridge. [Read more…]

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because it speaks to the best of what we can be. It’s certainly about food and family, but it’s also about coming together despite our differences. Every Thanksgiving I eat a pound of turkey, hug my wife, call my Dad, and watch about ten hours of football, but I also stop to remember what it means to be truly thankful for the blessings in my life, and to reflect on the things that bring us together instead of drive us apart. [Read more…]

Pagan Gratitude and My Thanksgiving Table

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, Paganism is the foundation of my life. They both deserve a place on my holiday table this Turkey Day. [Read more…]

Paying for Pagani$m

Should people profit from teaching Paganism? Is there a difference between teaching a particular path and teaching broader Pagan concepts? Paganism and money have always made for strange and mostly distant bedfellows, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon. [Read more…]


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