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Posted: Feb 4 '16
Imbolc is one of the eight sabbats in the Wheel of the Year, the cycle of seasonal holidays pagans celebrate. Imbolc is between the winter solstice celebration, Yule, and the spring equinox sabbat, Os...
Posted: Jan 30 '16
For many in the U.S., the only 'religious' event this time of year is the Super Bowl. But for many pagans and Wiccans, February 2 marks the important ... Read more: Pagan, Wiccan, Wicca, Paganism, I...
Posted: Jan 26 '16
If Syfy's Magicians series goes the way of other television adaptations of complex novels, then it will dumbed-down to a battle with an external evil and a hackneyed warning against meddling with powe...
Posted: Jan 15 '16
Whether you're single or in a committed relationship, these days I think most people agree that Valentine's Day is a bit of a toss. Read more: Valentine's Day, Chocolate, Beer, Love, Paganism, ...
Posted: Jan 12 '16
I'm a Pagan. And I don't like to use the word nature. While many might call Paganism nature-based, I prefer the term earth-based. Nature simply leav... Read more: Nature, Paganism, Pagan, Enviro...
Posted: Dec 29 '15
ISIS is a tragic foil. Despite its presumptuous claim to a "new caliphate," the group -- by punishing trifling deviation from its narrow Sunnism, by elevating theocracy over free thought -- exemplifie...
Posted: Dec 22 '15
Pagans, more-or-less by definition, are not Christians, so why would we celebrate Christmas? Well, followers of paths such as Druidry, Wicca, Heathenism, etc., mostly live in countries that are nomina...
Posted: Dec 17 '15
(function(){var src_url="https://spshared.5min.com/Scripts/PlayerSeed.js?playList=517622717&height=&width=100&sid=577&origin=SOLR&videoGroupID=155847... Read more: Winter Solstice, Winter Solstice 2...
Posted: Dec 17 '15
Many of the symbols that modern-day Christians associate with Christmas have pagan roots. The Yule log, the Christmas tree, the use of candleligh... Read more: Pagan, Paganism, Christian, Chris...
Posted: Nov 7 '15
Deciding how we as individuals feel about deities, rituals and practices comes down to our own unverified personal gnosis. It's always been this way and always will be, regardless of whether you're Ch...
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