Celebrating the Solstice: Patheos Pagan Writers on Yule

How do you celebrate the solstice this time of year? Read more

A Journey of Soul, Within and Without

Your journey of soul beckons, calling you to step past the life and world that you know in search of home within and without, and your true, most beautiful Self. Read more

Pagan Interviews: Orion Foxwood

Orion Foxwood is a best-selling Pagan author and one of its most beloved and popular teachers. Read more

World AIDS day: Elemental Blessings for Change

An elemental blessing for World AIDS Day, may everyone be allowed to live with dignity and in peace. Read more

Pagan Interviews: Morgan Daimler

Morgan Daimler has written numerous books and is a Heathen, a Witch, and a Celtic Reconstructionist. We sat down with her to talk about her books, her writing process, and a whole lot more. Read more

The Yawning Pit

We have it within ourselves and each other to build a better future for Heathens living today and all those who will follow in our footsteps. It is our responsibility to give them the best world and the best Heathenry we can. Read more

Pagan Interviews: Segomâros Widugeni

Segomâros Widugeni is an author, blogger, and one of the leading lights of today’s Gaulish Polytheism. He talked to our Sean Harbaugh about finding Paganism, the Polytheist movement, and where to begin when looking into the Celtic Recon path. Read more

Shadows of Terrorism

But we won’t learn, know or understand until we face our own shadows. What fears cause us to race into the chaos to tell others they’re wrong? This stain will not fade in human history any time soon. Read more

Pagan Interviews: Patricia Lafayllve

Patricia Lafayllve is a Heathen scholar, author, and speaker. She’s been involved in several Heathen groups over the years and is garnering quite a reputation as a writer. Our own Sean Harbaugh was lucky enough to sit down with her and discuss her books, her practice, and the differences between the words Pagan and Heathen. Read more

Sanctuary at Starbucks

I, for one, think the red cups are beautiful. They do make me think of simplicity and sanctuary. Of a return to warmth that many winter holidays share as a core tenet. The nights are long and lonely, and we seek to warm ourselves by the fire, or with a hot cup of coffee. Read more

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