The Horned God: Not As Old As You Think

History is full of horned and antlered gods, but a “Horned God?” That’s a modern thing, not an ancient one. [Read more…]

Paganism in the Disney Vaults

Animated versions of Persephone and Pan next to Mickey Mouse? Not quite, but the Walt Disney company did make some outstanding cartoons in the 1930’s that still appeal to Pagan audiences. [Read more…]

Why I Call Myself a Polytheist

I’ve always thought of myself as a practitioner of Wicca and a polytheist. I think deity is real and that it can and does interact with us. [Read more…]

Can Deity Be a Fad?

Can deity be a fad? Are certain goddesses and gods just trendy? Perhaps, but then again perhaps deities re-emerge for very specific reasons. [Read more…]

Today We Won!

A world that refuses dignity to every consensual relationship is a world that doesn’t honor what I think of as sacred. [Read more…]

Reconnecting With Your Spiritual Side

There are times when I feel really connected to my spirituality, and then there are those other times when it feels especially far away. It’s nearly impossible to feel spiritual all the time, but when it all seems so very far away there are a few (mostly) easy things you can do to reconnect. [Read more…]

(Un)Wilding Witchcraft

I’ve always had trouble with the idea of a wild Witchcraft because my Witchcraft is not wild. There’s a method to my madness in circle and I tend to think of it as measured and controlled. [Read more…]

A (Pagan) Wind in the Willows

“The Wind in the Willows” is Pan at his very best. He’s powerful, knowable, and his tune is the very song of Nature. There are things like it in English literature, but nothing as beautiful, and it can all be found in a beloved “children’s book.” [Read more…]

A Ritual Timeline

How long does it take to put together the perfect festival ritual? How about ten years. It’s time to share the tears, triumphs, and story of how one epic ritual was put together. [Read more…]

Suffering For the Gods

I don’t understand a theology of suffering as reward. Why would the gods want us to be miserable? [Read more…]


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