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The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies Issue 21.1 (2019) table of contents ArticlesFallen Soldiers and the Gods: ..read more
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Letter from Hardscrabble Creek by Chas S. Clifton - 1w ago
Happy Halloween, dear readers. This day finds me still coping with the 16.5 inches (41 cm) of snow that fell this week, working ..read more
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I doubt it. But that is the kind of significant question that the New York Times is asking during Witchcraft and Paganism Media Month: “ ..read more
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Photo: Secretariat of Citizen Security of Mexico City People have been stacking up skulls in what is now Mexico City since the Aztecs ..read more
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“A Step-by-Step Guide to Building Your Own Altar This Día de Muertos,” from the Remezcla (” the most influential media brand for ..read more
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It’s in this issue. At The New Yorker, they have discovered that astrology is back. In never leaves, actually — ask the people at ..read more
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Melanie Marquis (Voyage Denver). I once stayed a couple of nights at Carl Weschcke’s house, when he lived out in Marine on St. Croix, ..read more
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With a snowstorm predicted, I snip the seed heads of yarrow plants. Some are tossed in a little gully that stays moist in drought, others ..read more
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Margot Adler Well-known Pagan writer Margot Adler worked for National Public Radio, but she also had a presence at  Pacifica’s WBAI ..read more
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I got this email last week from a publishing firm that I had never heard of. I did my due diligence — I looked at their website and read ..read more

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