Entering the Faerie Realm, Leaving Transformed

The stones at the center of Faerieworlds, before the event is underway.

Today marks the beginning of Faerieworlds, a three-day arts and music festival in Eugene, Oregon that embraces the mythic and the fantastic in ways that many of us in the Pagan community would find familiar. A transformational space where each of us is encouraged to embrace the numinous in our own way, our own context. A chance to "live our legend." As I said last year, this event taps into a blossoming re-enchantment of the world, one that is very in line with modern Paganism, but is not … [Read more...]

Pagan Voices: Cora Post, Michael Lloyd, Aidan Kelly, Frater Barrabbas, and More!

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Pagan voices is a new spotlight on recent quotations from figures within the Pagan community. These voices may appear in the burgeoning Pagan media, or from a mainstream outlet, but all showcase our wisdom, thought processes, and evolution  in the public eye. Is there a Pagan voice you’d like to see highlighted? Drop me a line with a link to the story, post, or audio."Covered in Light is a Sisterhood of Pagan/Polytheist self-identified women who have chosen, or are called, to cover their ha … [Read more...]

The Future of Pagan Gatherings: Virtual and Local?

Solstice Fire at Pagan Spirit Gathering

This year Pagan Spirit Gathering (PSG), a Midwest Pagan festival that's been running for more than 30 years, broke attendance records, drawing over 1000 people to the week-long event. The West Coast Pagan convention PantheaCon, held each February in San Jose, California, has gotten so popular that they've introduced a new reservations system to prevent individuals from gaming the system. Pagan-friendly fantasy-oriented events like Faerieworlds are anticipating record-breaking numbers this … [Read more...]

Happy Summer Solstice

"Green was the silence, wet was the light, the month of June trembled like a butterfly". - Pablo Neruda Today is the celebration of the Summer Solstice*, also known as Midsummer, or Litha. It is at this time that the Northern Hemisphere is tilted closest to the sun (the opposite being true for our friends in the Southern Hemisphere who are celebrating the Winter Solstice). It is a time of fertility and celebration: bonfires, maypoles, dancing, and outdoor festivals have been traditional during t … [Read more...]


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