Embodiment and Woundedness: Owning Up to Being an Animal

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When I stepped into the waters of Lake Superior, I recognized the sensation exactly: I’ve swum here before. [Read more...]

Lammas

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It is surprisingly hard to design rituals for large numbers of people that can involve everyone in the ritual. Some of my more successful attempts at creating ritual involving large numbers of active participants have happened at Lammas. [Read more...]

Why I Dislike “-Ist”s but Love Raven Kaldera

Dealing with Deities

When I teach, I do my best to downplay my personal beliefs, since my aim is to help students think critically and encounter texts and ideas with minimal bias from me. Here’s the secret truth, though: of the maybe two dozen books and essays we look at in my introductory theology class, my favorite is Raven Kaldera’s Dealing with Deities. [Read more...]

A Dance of Impermanence: Introducing Myself in Two Chapters (Otherwise Titled, Why Am I Here and Who Am I, Anyway?)

Me, with Tree

New contributor, Sarah Sadie! “I went into the class defining myself as a loose-ish, pagan-ish follower-ish of an undefined goddess figure, and I more or less believed that all the gods and goddesses are really archetypes. I changed my mind pretty quick when I was approached by Wayland the Smith, a more-than-mortal figure about whom I knew nothing.” [Read more...]

Pagan Tea Times with John Halstead and Fritz Muntean

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I sit down with John Halstead and Fritz Muntean to talk about Paganism, the internet, babies, and subcultural norms. [Read more...]

All the Pagan Tea Times You Can Drink!

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More Pagan Tea Times: John Beckett, David Dashifen Kees, Julian Betkowski, and Henry Buchy. The month is almost over, but let the conversations continue! [Read more...]

Tea Times with Aine Llewellyn and Rhyd Wildermuth

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Fantastic Tea Times this week! Pagan history, the role of alternative religion in critiquing culture, harmonizing spiritual practice with paying work, and more. [Read more...]


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