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8 Things to do for Lughnasadh as a Solitary Pagan
Many traditional activities for Lughnasadh are designed for large groups, but many Pagans are solitary practitioners, either by choice or by necessity. Here are eight things you can do to celebrate... Read more
by John Beckett | John Beckett
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The Celtic Cross is Kind of Terrible
In the beginning, I did what most people who buy tarot decks do: I assumed the problem I had interpreting cards was with me and I put my cards away, because, clearly, I just wasn’t cut out to work... Read more
by Thorn Mooney | Oathbound
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Honoring Lammas As A Greek Polytheist: Celebrating First Fruits
As a modern day Hellenist, I feel that the neo-Pagan wheel of the year and its celebration of agriculture and the seasons are readily interpreted to reflect our worship of the Greek gods. Lammas as... Read more
by Scarlet Magdalene | Tea Addicted Witch
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Desecration of the Divine: Awareness and Safe Spaces
The default in the pagan circles should not be, "I will encroach upon your comfort and define you as my goddess to worship and touch unless you specifically tell me otherwise." That's wrong. It's... Read more
by K. C. Alexander | Gone Witching
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A Full Solitary Devotional Rite for Lughnasadh in August.
O Holy Ones, the land upholds me, the sea surrounds me, while the sky embraces me. And I stand in the center as a living fire. Let my work be done in beauty and truth.  Read more
by Chris Godwin | From a Common Well
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Io Babalon!
What do the Virgin and the Whore have in common? Self-determination. Read more
by Sonja Sadovsky | Messages from Pluto
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