Humanistic Paganism

“Paganism Isn’t Where You Think It Is” by John Halstead

Anna Walther is one of my favorite pagans. I say that because she consistently reminds me what being pagan is all about. Read More

The May Cross-Quarter (Vernal Equitherm or Beltane) is just two weeks away!

The Vernal Equitherm (Beltane) is coming!  It is the midpoint between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice.  For those in the Northern Hemisphere, spring is well and truly coming and summer is around the corner.  Flora is bursting to life even in the northern climes, and fauna frolicks in the verdure. Those in the Southern Hemisphere experience the opposite, as autumn passes into winter. Read More

Size Matters, by Brock Haussamen

Small things are difficult to see. The smallest things are difficult even to imagine. We are missing life at its smallest, overlooking living things that came before us and make us possible. We need to look inside the box more appreciatively.

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Walking with my Dog is my Most Sacred Practice, by Anna Walther

“Walking, ideally, is a state in which the mind, the body, and the world are aligned, as though they were three characters, finally in conversation together, three notes suddenly making a chord.” –Rebecca Solnit in Wanderlust: A History of Walking

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Another Great Book Review of Godless Paganism!

Godless Paganism gets a review over at Pagan Book Reviews!

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