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Contemplative meditation is a term that I’d never heard before I came across it in John Beckett’s The Path of Paganism, a book I can ..read more
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One of the things that brought me to modern druidry is the realization that divinity resides within me (I am, so to speak, my own god) ..read more
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To think about the Great Mother in our patriarchally oriented society is more than merely radical, especially when the one doing so is a ..read more
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Humanistic Paganism In the Northern Hemisphere, the Fall Equinox is celebrated in less than two weeks (it is September 22nd this year in ..read more
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Life With Trickster Gods The End is near. Everywhere you look, read and listen, folks are seemingly focused on an apocalyptic end just ..read more
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Lughnasadh is a Gaelic festival that marks the beginning of the harvest season. Lugh is an Irish Celtic deity, son of Cian and grandson of ..read more
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What is mythological thinking, and do pagans think mythologically? Let’s answer the first part of that question and let the second part ..read more
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I attended the Columbia Grove ADF Gaulish Midsummer Rite. It was my first time at such an event and I never really was able to get my mind ..read more
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Pagan was a term that originally simply meant country dweller. In the fourth century, early Christians began using it to describe people in ..read more
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When I see the full moon and the man in the moon looks straight at me, I always wonder what he’s thinking. Perhaps what he wonders ..read more

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