Ten Pagan Writers I Am Grateful For In a Troubled Season

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Among all the thoughtful and passionate voices I have encountered this year, here are ten I am especially grateful for at the moment, in no particular order. [Read more...]

The Three Brigits of the Ulster Cycle and the Forgotten Origins of Neopagan Theology

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This week, we are pleased to once again host an original research article by Christopher Scott Thompson, exploring an alternative origin for the “maiden, mother, crone” Goddess theology that has been so influential in contemporary Paganism. [Read more...]

Gardnerians, Sacred Lands, Climate Marches, and Other News of Note

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What’s on my mind and on my reading list this month? Sacred Lands; British-Wicca.com; Sex, Death, and Witchcraft; the People’s Climate March, and more. [Read more...]

Dancing and Dowsing: Moving Into Polytheism

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I went to a dance class for the first time in years a few days ago. [Read more...]

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View of mountain lakes in the Albanian Alps, by Lenar Musin

There are many reasons why polytheism is an exciting and vibrant theology that solves many contemporary theological conundrums (such as the diversity of gender and sexuality, the problem of evil, and the diversity of religious expression). Congratulations to all involved in the new project – may it go from strength to strength. [Read more...]

Call for Papers: Pagan Consent Culture – Building Communities of Empathy and Autonomy

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Yvonne Aburrow and I are pleased to announce that we will be co-editing an anthology entitled Pagan Consent Culture: Building Communities of Empathy and Autonomy. Your contributions are invited. [Read more...]

Moving Beyond “Environmentalism”

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The world is alive and aware and we are part of it. [Read more...]


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