Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: April 2012


Unexplaining the unknown: Science’s forgotten power

– by B. T. Newberg Why does so much of popular culture seem to doubt and resent science?  Perhaps it is because, in public perception, it has lost its natural power to evoke the unknown. Does science explain phenomena in…

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This Sunday Has science lost its power to evoke the unknown?  And if so, how can it get its groove back? Unexplaining the unknown: Science’s forgotten power, by B. T. Newberg Appearing Sunday, April 29, 2012 Next Sunday Glen blends…

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Cherry blossoms bloom and fade in Korea

– by B. T. Newberg This video is a bit more quirky than usual for HP, but I thought I’d share it.  Everyday from the first bud to the final petal, we took a video of the local cherry blossoms. …

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Magic in the 22nd century, by Drew Jacob

This week we hear from Drew Jacob, author of Walk Like a God, and proprietor of altmagic. This article will not convince you that magic is real. I practice the art of magic. I define magic as using ritual or…

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This Sunday Drew Jacob asks: “Let’s assume you believe magic never works. How then should you view people who practice or believe in it?” Magic in the 22nd century, by Drew Jacob Appearing Sunday, April 22, 2012 Next Sunday Has…

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