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Reblogged: The Persecution of Witches, 21st-Century Style

By Mitch Horowitz

In The New York Times, 4 July 2014
From: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/05/opinion/the-persecution-of-witches-21st-century-style.html?_r=0

Most people believe that the persecution of “witches” reached its height in the early 1690s with the trials in Salem, Mass., but it is a grim paradox of 21st-century life that violence against people accused of sorcery is very much still with us. 1,633 more words

The Hidden Goddess: Tiamat in the Communion Cup

My unexpected joy of the day was when Tiamat, an ancient Mesopotamian Goddess who I love deeply, played a pivotal role in communion at our Unitarian Universalist campus worship. 782 more words

first day of fall

Today is the first day of fall. I started the day for some inexplicable reason with cleaning out and rearranging the kitchen cabinets. I then spent time in the garden. 325 more words

Gardening

Do you know what Neo-Paganism is?

So many questions about this path are answered at http://neo-paganism.com/
It’s worth checking out & also checking in with yourself. Has your path changed?
Peace & love y’all

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The Naturalistic Pantheist Path

Some of the things I crave in my spiritual life are tradition, fellowship, and….mindful external devotion to my beliefs. Which, when it comes down to it, is worship. 410 more words

Communing with the Gods.

There is never a wrong time to commune with the Gods. Wherever we are, whatever time it is all we have to do is reach out and make contact. 475 more words

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