June 27, 2019

Paganism In Depth, the new on-line class, Mystic South, travels, and more. Read more

June 25, 2019

Whatever else this combination of natural, supernatural, and human-caused events may bring, it is also bringing opportunity. Read more

June 23, 2019

Witches and Pagans have the same right to live our lives as we see fit, to participate in public discourse, and to advocate for public policy in accordance with our values as do Catholics and Baptists. And we are doing so with exactly zero concern for the sensitivities of those who don’t understand that “different” doesn’t mean “evil.” Read more

June 20, 2019

What does it mean for Pagans to worship together? What does it take for us to worship together? And why might we not want to worship together, at least not all the time? Read more

June 18, 2019

I hope someday we’ll have good, solid, robust training programs for Pagan and polytheist priests in many traditions. But until then – and even afterwards – those of us who want to be Pagan clergy can learn a lot by observing clergy of other religions. Read more

June 16, 2019

Some people want to be Pagans, but mainly they want to do their own thing. If my wildest dreams come true and Paganism becomes an institutional religion, what place is there for them? Read more

June 12, 2019

I’m not going to tell you who Hecate is or what She wants from you, or from any of us. I am going to outline a process that has proved helpful to me when trying to figure out Who is talking to me and how I should respond. Read more

June 11, 2019

If we did not feel for those who will be most affected by climate change we would not be truly human. But if we obsess over the worst-case projections, we will sink into despair and we won’t be able to save ourselves, much less anyone else. And I see too many people approaching despair. Read more

June 9, 2019

We’ve been talking a lot about “The Storm” and “Tower Time” and “The Long Descent” – everyone knows what we mean, right? Right? Read more

June 6, 2019

It’s easier to become a priest and to serve as a priest inside a community. If you can train under someone who’s experienced and qualified, so much the better. But if a God calls you, and you do the work, and the deity accepts your service, then you’re Their priest. Read more

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