Why I’m No Longer A Journalist, But Just A Blogger

People keep calling me a journalist, but that’s not quite true. I have attempted to act in that capacity in the past with varying levels of success, but no longer. I never made an announcement. I just quietly walked away from that vocation. I suppose I could be considered a pundit of sorts, but that [Read More…]

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Pagan Hangout Playlist and More Good Stuff

So I put all of the Pagan Hangout videos into a playlist, so if you want to catch up you can just hit play and watch while you’re folding laundry. They are a lot of fun, so if you haven’t watched you are missing out! P. Sufenas Virius Lupus discusses how Pride has become commercialized. [Read More…]

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Considering Michael York’s “Catastrophe”

I awoke this morning intending to begin a series of meditations upon the Delphic Maxims. Not an easy task, but not nearly as difficult as what I’m about to write. As I began my morning routine of e-mail, rss feeds and social media I read Micheal York’s guest post on The Wild Hunt. It’s already [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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Watch the Pagan Media Interview Gary Johnson

You can watch the interview with Gov. Gary Johnson right here. You can listen to the “post-mortem” on the Modern Witch Podcast right here. Stay tuned for my analysis tomorrow. [Read more…]

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Pagan Soup: Season of the Witch, Church/Jail, and Culture/Religion

I have been under the weather and now I feel better I’ve got several things I want to touch on. So I’m going to try to breeze through them quickly. What Church Wants To Be A Jail? One thing I’ve only seen one person bring up in this church or jail story, is what church [Read More…]

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My Love Affair with Bookstores

The saddest fact of my life is that I live in a county without a bookstore. True, we have a place that specializes in antique books, but particular editions of Gone With the Wind or bejeweled Victorian Jewish prayer books don’t fill the craving I get for the literary arts. I can drive 45 minutes [Read More…]

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Spiritual Warfare Is Essentially Black Magic

Back in 2000, maybe early 2001, there was a big prayer warrior event aimed at Ephesus. They were praying against the Queen of Heaven, which to them represented Ashtoreth, the Whore of Babylon. As a young virginal devotee of Artemis, I saw it as a direct attack on Artemis of Ephesus. It wrenched my heart [Read More…]

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