Beyond Roses Red and Roses White (Possibly NSFW)

Writing can become a bad habit, and a simple question can set loose a torrent of words. So when Niki Whiting asked me what I thought of Peter Grey’s The Red Goddess last night, I gave a long and complex answer when a simple one would do. Now that all the words are just sitting [Read More…]

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Pagan Soup: Gary Johnson, Wild Hunt podcast and Autism Month

Cara Schulz Hung Out With Gary Johnson Yup, a presidential candidate hung out with a Hellenic polytheist for a day. Could you imagine Ross Perot hanging out with Selena Fox? Me neither. Cara has written about the experience over on PNC-MN and it’s worth a read. Even if you don’t agree with his politics, it’s [Read More…]

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13 Reasons I’m Glad Bristol Palin Is At Patheos

You may be aware that Bristol Palin is writing for Patheos. You likely have an opinion regarding it. I’ve gotten a few of your opinions, some rather strongly worded. I’ve had a range of opinions myself on the subject, but once the idea soaked in, I was fine with it. Here’s why: 13. She’s A [Read More…]

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Supporting Pagan Journalism

People ask me to attend a lot of events. I have to decline a lot. I just don’t have the funds to travel. This year I missed out on PantheaCon, but, far more heartbreakingly, I won’t be able to attend Pagan Spirit Gathering. I could attend technically, but it would mean eating ramen for a [Read More…]

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Why Google+ Is Great For Pagans

I’m connected to social media for a good portion of my day. I’m a daily user, for both personal and professional reasons. I pay attention to trends and notice changes quickly. I’m vocal about what I like, and what I hate. And Facebook has made another silly change that has gotten under my skin. Now [Read More…]

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Beans, or Keeping Faith in Tough Times

Saying it’s tough right now may be the understatement of the year. Every day I am reminded of stories my grandparents told of the Great Depression. It’s rough out there. Everyone I know is struggling in some way. My friend, Cara Schulz, and I were discussing how dismal the economy is the other night. We [Read More…]

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A New Look at the Pagan Umbrella

Who is Pagan exactly? It’s a question we’ve struggled with for decades. Often this questioned is answered by how people identify themselves. But Cara Schulz has taken a different approach. She looked around and tried to find which essential common factors existed in the Pagans she knew. And she came up with an intriguing theory. [Read More…]

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Mainstream Media, Pagans and the Air Force

You gotta love mercury retrograde. Weird crap just happens. Really funny things happen. I’m tickled. Here’s why… See, it all started with Cara Schulz. She’s spent probably about 6 months working on the 2-part Air Force story she published recently. You should read it here and here. It’s really good. She spent countless hours trying [Read More…]

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The Air Force is Pagan-Friendly? Who Knew?

Cara Schulz of PNC-Minnesota has published the second part of her report on Pagans and the US Air Force, and some of the quotes are quite surprising: “You don’t have to be scared about sharing your religion or think you need to stay in the broom closet about it,” Cadet Johnson says. “People are very [Read More…]

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Happy Veteran’s Day: Pagans find warm welcome at ‘Gateways to the Air Force’

What I love best about the Pagan community is that every time I feel down I read about something amazing happening in Pagandom that just lights me up. Today Cara Schulz at PNC- Minnesota has an incredible article up about Pagans in the military: When potential Military Members join the United States Air Force they [Read More…]

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