Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: March 2016


Pagan Environmental Statement Passes 7,000 Signatures!

Our Pagan Community Statement on the Environment just passed 7,000 signatures! Where will it be on it’s one year anniversary, just a few short weeks away? With the record setting temperatures of 2015 making headlines, we need to keep speaking out about the threats we, and our grandchildren, face as a result of our actions. Join thousands of other Pagans in signing, and publicizing, the statement.

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[Rotting Silver] “Be Hard, Be Soft, My Gentle Lover” by B. T. Newberg

Be soft with thyself, My gentle lover, Yet in the proper time and place, Know when to be hard: Like the flint, Whose severity sparks a fire

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The Naturalistic Pagan Toolbox: Beyond the Wheel of the Year

In this column, I want to share ideas for religious technologies which we might use or adapt to deepen our Naturalistic Pagan practices. I will be sharing the ideas and experiences of others, as well as some of my own, and I welcome you to send me your ideas for sharing in future posts. If you have discovered a ritual technique which works for you that you would like to add to the Naturalistic Pagan Toolbox, send me an email.

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Happy Spring Equinox!

It’s so cool to live on a spherical planet! Some of the ways many of us are celebrating were published a few weeks ago, but I did happen to come across this video, which is almost the same as the method my family has been using for years. We just colored eggs this way (leaving them overnight), and it works just like in the video. In whatever way you are celebrating, Happy Equinox!

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Welcome our new Managing Editor, Jon Cleland Host

On the Spring Equinox, I will be officially handing over the reigns of the Humanistic Paganism site to Jon Cleland Host. Jon is uniquely qualified to take over as Managing Editor of HP. I have met some wonderful people while serving as the Managing Editor, and Jon is one of my favorites.

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