March 20, 2022

Earlier sunrises in winter. Later sunsets in summer. No clock shifting. You can have any two, but you can’t have all three. But what if instead we shifted our schedules seasonally and regionally? Read more

March 17, 2022

“I feel called to Cernunnos – how do I get started?” There is no one right way. But this is what I’ve done, and what I’ve seen others do that worked for them. Read more

March 15, 2022

Can Gods usually associated with other people and other parts of the world influence this war? Will They? Should we pray to Gods associated with the region instead? I have more questions than answers, but they’re questions worth contemplating. Read more

March 13, 2022

Spring is the season of hope, but my hope is rather uncertain at the moment. This year, I suggest we set our poetry aside and simply enjoy Spring for the sake of Spring. Enjoy the rebirth of the land. Enjoy Nature’s beauty. Read more

March 10, 2022

No one gets every reading right. That’s OK – it’s not unethical to be wrong. It is, however, unethical to claim that we know more than we do, or that we know with more certainty than we actually have. Read more

March 8, 2022

I spent Saturday at Austin Witchfest in Austin, Texas. This was the first large Pagan gathering I’ve attended in two years, and my first time speaking live in almost three years. It was good to be back. Read more

March 6, 2022

A Christian blogger suggests “bringing God on vacation with you.” His post brought back some old trauma from my childhood. But it raises a fair question: when you do you need to maintain your spiritual practice and when do you need a break? Read more

March 1, 2022

Too many people look for religious and spiritual authenticity in the past. There are reasons why they do that, but in the end, either we will find our authenticity in the present, or we will not find it at all. Read more

February 27, 2022

Perhaps in a perfect world power would be so evenly distributed that it could neither be abused nor corrupt anyone. But we do not live in such a world. Someone has to exercise power – why not you? Read more

February 26, 2022

John Adams said “I must study war so my sons may study mathematics, so their children may study poetry and music.” But some people think no one should study poetry and music, and so they attack them with words, with laws, and sometimes with guns and tanks. Read more


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