Pagans do not seek to create a rigid distinction between what is and is not sacred, but rather to anchor a cosmic understanding of the universe as enchanted within specific locations that are particularly appropriate for veneration. For Pagans, sacred space is a key to understanding that all of nature - indeed, all of the cosmos - is holy, by and through the particular veneration of a specific location (either in the physical universe, in the spiritual otherworld, or within the imaginal space of the devotee).
1. Why could all spaces be considered sacred?
2. How have prehistoric sacred sites come to be understood within contemporary society?
3. How does myth influence a site’s sacred value?
4. What is the “otherworld”? Where does it exist and what takes place there?