January 9, 2020

How do you come out of the broom closet without going off the handle? What do you do when you’re outed as a pagan without your consent? Read more

December 20, 2019

As pagans and polytheists, our favorite works and traditions can sometimes come from problematic origins. From founders of initiatory lineages to authors of beloved fictional writing such as JK Rowling, how do you handle prejudices and bigotry? At what point can you still be a supporter before you have to draw a line? Read more

December 18, 2019

American Gods did it right, but now they’ve decided not to anymore: why telling the brutally honest truth about other cultures’ gods and their history matters, particularly in regards to their worshippers. Read more

December 17, 2019

Some mark Samhain as the pagan new year, but what about Yule or Winter Solstice? There are many good arguments for considering Yule to be the start of the upcoming year instead and not just due to the proximity of the secular new year. Read more

November 27, 2019

In polytheism and paganism, once beginners start worshipping and engaging in their practice they often ask how they know that their prayers and offerings were heard. The answer? Listening. Read more

November 15, 2019

Hekate is a very popular goddess. Undoubtedly her popularity is owed to her associations with witchcraft and the dead, but especially due to witchcraft. Read more

November 7, 2019

The Xenia Declaration is basically the Hellenic equivalent of the Heathen’s Declaration 127. Its purpose is to create unity within the Hellenic polytheistic and pagan communities in order to speak out against bigotry and discrimination. Read more

October 31, 2019

Samhain is always on October 31st, right? Actually there are a few dates to choose from to honor Samhain on, and which one you choose depends on your tradition. This includes both astrological and astronomical Samhain. Read more

October 30, 2019

Are thinning veils or veils at all actually a real thing during Samhain? And is the perception of either “veils thinning” or increased activity a universal thing or no? Read more

October 23, 2019

A review of Hail Hekate: Walking the Forked Path, an online class by Jack Grayle, author of Hekateon. Read more

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