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...]

Inoculative Libations to the Land

Chalice In The Trees. Image Credit: Rua Lupa

One Saegoah’s way of doing Libations. [Read more...]

More Devotional Practices For Naturalist Pagans

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Inspired by another writer’s blog post, Lupa Greenwolf offers her own four devotional practices for naturalist pagans. [Read more...]

Learning Aboriginal Teachings & Ceremonies, Spirits, and Why I Am Naturalistic

Thunder Mountain. Image Credit: Rua Lupa

Rua Lupa shares some personal experience with aboriginal teachings, ceremonies, spirits, and why Rua is naturalistic. [Read more...]

A Saegoah Styled Wedding – or Bonding Ceremony

Enchanted Forest Wedding Invitation by akdreamweaver

A Saegoah Wedding is called a Bonding Ceremony, and it is typically done between Transequinox & Equinox when the weather is warm, food is plentiful, and if conception occurs the offspring arrives when most life does – in spring. As it is now that time of year, here are a couple of Bonding Ceremonies. One Public, and one Personal. [Read more...]

Saegoah Celebrations: Lux (Summer Solstice)

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A Saegoah’s Way of Celebrating The Longest Day of The Year. Playing with light, movement, colour and celebrating the youth coming into their own. [Read more...]


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