A couple of weeks ago I somehow ended up in a discussion about The Charge of the Goddess on social media. I think the argument was about “who wrote the Charge?” a question which is more complex than most people realize.
Revealed now are the words of the Great God, or at least how one person sees him. I’ve been reciting this version of The Charge of the God for the last fourteen years, I thought it was about time I share it on Raise the Horns. [Read more…]
It’s probably not obvious, but I’m pretty sensitive about my Paganism. I’m not sensitive about matters of history or theology; we can agree or disagree until Ragnorok and still be friends. Some of my favorite Pagans are people who bicker with me about the origins of gods or the age of Wicca. More academic type [Read More…]