Heavy Metal Torah Exegesis

PGPT_mound

The alternative understanding of Torah being presented in Jewcraft will give Pagans juicy food for thought when it comes to their perceptions of Jews and their god. (Also, if you enjoy the calculated use of profanity in our theology, this blog is for you.) [Read more...]

Truth

The alethiometer by Crayfish Dibs

Truth is a much-debated concept. There is (presumably) an objective underlying reality which is the same for everyone. But perspectives on it, and perceptions of it, differ. [Read more...]

Eco-spirituality in practice

Sacred Landscape 4 by Sue Wookey

Eco-spirituality involves relating to your environment. It is a non-violent spirituality and spiritual activism. One form of it is known as deep ecology. It also involves being sustainable, and working with Nature, not against it. [Read more...]

Eco-spirituality and theology

Sacred Landscape 3 by Sue Wookey

Eco-spirituality involves relating to your environment. It is a non-violent spirituality and spiritual activism. One form of it is known as deep ecology. It also involves being sustainable, and working with Nature, not against it. [Read more...]

Dharma and sangha

Earth Gathering, 2006

I have reached the conclusion that one cannot be fully a member of two traditions at once. You can partially participate in more than one tradition, and you might incorporate a practice from another tradition into your own. But in my experience, you will almost inevitably end up giving precedence to one or the other of your paths. [Read more...]

Review: All-Soul, All-Body, All-Love, All-Power: A Transmythology

All-Soul, All-Body, All-Love, All-Power

A Transmythology is an original epic poem by P. Sufenas Virius Lupus. Its narrative involves the conception, birth, and awakening to self of a group of four transgender and/or fluidly-gendered deities called the Tetrad. [Read more...]

Dual-faith practice (part 4 of 4)

A Unitarian Tenebrae

Much of the criticism of dual-faith practice seems to revolve around the issue of authority, and whether this is derived from the individual, the group, the tradition, or the Divine. [Read more...]


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