November 14, 2018

Samhain this year ended for me on November 7th. It was totally different from anything I’d ever experienced before. When Hekate told me I needed to observe Samhain in New Mexico, I intuitively knew why. Read more

November 12, 2018

News of the proposed separation of Church and State in Greece should give many hope for the full revival of Hellenism. It took 60 years for Christianity to supplant polytheism in the Roman empire, time is on our side. Read more

November 11, 2018

My attendance in this year’s Parliament was owed to my work with Heathens Against Hate, an independent branch of the Troth and advocacy group for inclusive Heathenry. Read more

November 6, 2018

There is a long history of witches working with fairies in various ways, both learning from them and being in service to them. In modern paganism we more often see this relationship played out very differently, with the Good Folk being approached from a more ceremonial magic perspective or treated as a kind of spirit guide or ally. Read more

November 1, 2018

Getting into a relationship with a deity is a bit like getting into a relationship with a human. There may be parent figures, pals, people you bump into occasionally, and significant others. There may be some you enjoy seeing at that one yearly event you both always go to, and others who are your best friend for life. Read more

November 1, 2018

Eventually, those of us that fight will be silenced by your apathy, by your unwillingness to fight with us because 44% of 200 Million,is 88 Million people that can shift a tide and change a voice. If you don’t take back your country, who will? Read more

October 29, 2018

Winternights is one of the Heathen high days that observes the beginning of Winter and the start of the darker half of the year by honoring the Álfar – the male ancestors, and the Dísir – the female ancestors; it is particularly centered indoors around the hearth. Read more

October 25, 2018

Many would say morality is a set of rules dictated by a deity or deities that have divine meaning, and people are meant to obey the rules. Others might say that it is simply an innate sense to do what is right to our fellow people. But there is still the unanswered question of where and why our morality originated? Read more

October 24, 2018

For the Ancient Vikings this was a time to celebrate, this was the beginning of winter. The home was being completely prepared for the long months ahead with very little day and very long nights. Celebrate with those you love for those who were there before you. For most pagans they think of Samhain as such a somber and dark time, I could never figure out why. Read more

October 23, 2018

Whether the person under the cloak is a devout Pagan trying to honour a horse goddess, or just someone why enjoys taking part in mumming traditions, isn’t the main point. I see the Great Mare in the snapping jaws of the horse, and the tingle everyone gets when the horse makes an appearance, and feel that in some way She has honoured us with Her presence, regardless of the intent. Read more

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