About Lupa Greenwolf

Pagan author, artist, amateur naturalist and wannabe polymath. More info on all of the above and more at http://www.thegreenwolf.com

What Good is (Nature-Based) Paganism?

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My spirituality is in this world. Not some other spiritual realm, not a promised afterlife. It’s in the only life I know that I have for sure, this one of sinews and stones and seagulls. And even if I have nothing more after I die, I have the legacy I leave for those who will undoubtedly come after I’m gone. [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday: Cherry Blossoms

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The beauty of Spring cherry blossoms. [Read more...]

The Pagan Ape

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We are Homo sapiens sapiens, the last human ape. But what does that mean in our current environmental crisis–and what does it say about us as pagans? [Read more...]

Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud

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Lupa Greenwolf has been experiencing a warm, sunny winter–and it’s not cause to celebrate. [Read more...]

This World is Sacred, Too

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Let this world be sacred, too. Let us not see it as a flawed version of some paradise; let us not seek to leave it too soon or–worse yet–tear it down in the hopes of manifesting its perfect cousin. [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday: Ammonite

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Ammonite by Lupa Greenwolf.  Would you like to see your nature-inspired photography and other artwork here on Wordless Wednesday? Contact us at pathsthroughtheforests[at]gmail[dot]com with a photo and link of the piece you’d like us to consider. [Read more...]


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