Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: November 2019


Yule (the Winter Solstice) is right around the corner!

How are your celebration plans coming?  With less than 4 weeks left before Yule (the Winter Solstice), I have to admit I’ve got only a little ready. For many of us, this is a big Sabbat, which takes a more…

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Naturalistic Pagans, 2019

Many of us Gen-Xer’s learned critical thinking and the need to look for rational explanations for supernatural claims from this lovable dog.  

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Reclaiming the Cosmic in Holiday Rituals Webinar This Thursday (November 14th)!

This program is a pilot for a proposed forum on including the sacred story of the Universe in our seasonal and religious celebrations to more deeply address the environmental crisis. It’s a live Q&A&S and you’re invited to send in Questions and Share your cosmic rituals.

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The Last Mercury Transit until 2032 just started! Cloudy? You can see it happening online! [Stardust, Contemplating]

It’s common for us Pagans to be among those most aware of what the planet Mercury is doing, and while going retrograde happens every few months (~3 times a year) a Mercury transit (when Mercury “eclipses”* the Sun) is much,…

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The History of Sex: A new podcast by B. T. Newberg

What was it like to be a cunning woman during the witch trials of Renaissance Europe? Or a eunuch priest of Cybele in ancient Rome? Or a cross-dressing shaman in Siberia when Europeans first came knocking? That’s the kind of thing we’ll be exploring in the new podcast The History of Sex.

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