Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: August 2019


Our Lungs Burn & Our Grandkids are Attacked. [Stardust, Contemplating]

What a huge contradiction we humans can be.  We stand here at a time when we have incredible power for good and bad.  This has been shown in stark contrast this summer.

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“Life is….”, by Brock Haussamen

When I read today about reverence for nature, anxiety about the climate, and the fused destinies of humans and the environment, I hear Humboldt loud and clear.

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Our Deadly Lack of Nature Literacy, by Lupa

We need to return to an ancestral way in which nature is not an Other, but an Us. If we truly love nature, if we consider ourselves friends to the animals, then we need to know nature itself, through books and observations, through science and questioning. We need to know the rest of nature as well as we know ourselves.

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Goddess Pilgrimage to Crete, by Glenys Livingstone, Ph.D.

Over 600 women have come on the tours–on our own or with mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, or partners. Some of us have been on a Goddess path for many years, others are open to insight. All of us are interested in learning about art, archeology, and history, experiencing the beauty of ancient Crete, meeting a fabulous group of women, and enjoying a journey in Greece. We have been as young as 10 and as old as 85.

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Happy Summer Thermstice/Lammas!

Celebrations Heat! Productivity! Success! Growing Darkness!  These and many other themes join with the baking of bread and early harvest celebrations of Lunasa.  What better time to remember the success of the Apollo program, landing a human on the moon…

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