Humanistic Paganism

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[Dead Ideas] “The Social Structure of Medieval Ireland”, by B. T. Newberg

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It’s story time! Andre promised to tell us a hell of a yarn, and he delivers. This is the medieval Irish story of Diarmuid and Grainne, a romantic (?) tale of two lovers and a geis gone wrong (or right? – you decide).

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The Winter Cross-Quarter (Winter Thermstice) Approaches!

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In the Northern Hemisphere, the Winter cross-quarter (Summer Thermstice) is traditionally celebrated on February 2 as Imbolc. It is near the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and the Spring equinox, which this year happens on February 3rd. Here are some ways to celebrate it!

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[A Pedagogy of Gaia] My Fifth Decade, by Bart Everson

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The task of looking back on my life has not always been easy. Pain seems to be a necessary component of all good stories. If I have emphasized the painful aspects of my life overmuch, it’s in the effort to tell a good story. However, the last ten years have been more about recovery than pain for me. Perhaps that makes for a less interesting story, but I’ll take it.

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[Dead Ideas] “The Social Structure of Medieval Ireland”, by B. T. Newberg

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What was the social structure like in medieval Ireland? I know that sounds boring but believe me, it’s not! It was way different than you think for a medieval society. Discover that and more today on the show as we…

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Starstuff, Contemplating: The Darkest Day, 20 Years Later

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I had no way of knowing that I would remember the next moment for my entire life.

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