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Hills of the Horizon: The Village Games
Community practice in a village in ancient times would have had most people following similar customs, but that's not always workable for modern pagans. That doesn't mean one can't have a meaningful Lughnasadh celebration in a group with only one Celt, though, and without giving short shrift to anyone else's stuff.
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The Witches of the past learned their magic from the fairies, meeting them in the woodlands and fairy mounds that ordinary people avoided. Given herbs, potions, and the secrets of the Craft. In the woodlands, following a path deep into the heart of the greenwood.
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Just for some fun witchin’ in the kitchen this Lammastide, here are a few of my favorite summery recipes to thrill your coven-mates this Sabbat feast.
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I use Aconitum to kill off dishonesty; the dishonesty of others.
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I am afraid that their unique struggles might get lost in the face of a movement that originated for another people, in another country.
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The Blooming Staff: Getting Up on Our Stilts, or Notes Toward a Manifesto of Catholic Decadence http://www.patheos.com/blogs/agora/2016/07/the-blooming-staff-getting-up-on-our-stilts-or-notes-toward-a-manifesto-of-catholic-decadence
Unlike the doomed protagonists of the Gothic novel and the later weird writers (H.P. Lovecraft and his circle), who attempted to subdue the forces of darkness with their philosophical reason and were crushed by the noumenal terror of a cosmos indifferent or hostile to humanity, the Decadent Catholics made themselves the villains of a gothic tale of their own making, an appropriate role for English Catholics who were the villains of the Protestant...
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Celebrating UU-Paganism and Earth-Centered Experience
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What sacrifices will we make for the greater good? What will we offer to the Goddess’ sickle? What metaphorical blood will we shed that the people can live together in justice and so eventually in harmony?
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This month Pagan Tama has previews of two as yet unreleased titles from Moon Books, in addition to books on interfaith, cellular biology and occult murder mysteries!
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Without a cultural context and foundation, a religious or spiritual practice is at best weakened and may cause far more harm than good. What is the cultural context for contemporary Western polytheism?
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An LGBTQ-friendly tale of the Holly King and Oak King, the cycle of the seasons, and the sharing of power.
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