With what aspects of Pagan popular culture do you identify?
2012 Thing on Thursday #13
Final poll of 2012
There is, of course, no way to fairly delineate what is and is not “pop”: one person’s pop is another person’s… not pop. So, this post doesn’t even try. Instead, it focuses primarily on material aspects of pop culture, the kind of things or services you might find available in a metaphysical shop.
Perhaps you could call it Pagan kitsch… or not. Your call.
Please share your thoughts in the comments.
About Thing on Thursday
Each week from the Autumn Equinox until the Winter Solstice, Thing on Thursday explores a new controversy. Participation is open to all – the more minds that come together, the better. Those who have been vocal in the comments are as welcome as those quiet-but-devoted readers who have yet to venture a word. We value all constructive opinions.
There are only a few rules:
- be constructive – this is a council, so treat it as such
- be respectful – no rants or flames
Comments will be taken into consideration as we determine the new direction of Humanistic Paganism.
So please make your voice heard in the comments!