Humanistic Paganism

Category: Ancient and Modern Paganism


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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The World Needs Her Witches, by Phyllis Curott, Witch and Wiccan Priestess

A response to David Brooks New York Times 6/11/19 Op Ed https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/10/opinion/astrology-occult-millennials.html David Brooks is right to quote from the Tara Isabella Burton essay in The American Interest, “Wicca … is technically the fastest-growing religion in America.”    But he misses…

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One of Many American Rituals, by Starstuff, Contemplating

What objects do you find sacred?  Being able to openly pledge based on what symbolizes the most high in our minds is a precious part of being free, and, it turns out, a moving statement about what is important.

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Journey into Dreamtime by Munya Andrews, reviewed by Glenys Livingstone, Ph. D.

At the conclusion of each chapter of Journey into Dreamtime there are “Dreamtime Reflections”, posing questions for personal consideration, inviting personal participation and pathways into some actual sense of an alive self in relationship with the alive world described.

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