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Pagan Blog Project: H is for Hearth and Home

Paganism, they say, is a nature-based religion. It’s one of the primary identifiers, one of the things that’s always included in “What is a Pagan” articles and lists. 192 more words

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Sticks and Stones and Heka

There’s an old saying, “Sticks and stone may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”  It’s like a child’s anti-bullying mantra that follows along with the commonly known Eleanor Roosevelt saying, “ 1,131 more words

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Pagan Blog Project: G is a Gift for a Gift

As a semi-reconstructionist polytheist, I don’t necessarily adhere to every single aspect of historical practice, but reciprocity is a principle that I hold to absolutely. A gift for a gift. 231 more words

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Grey Skies, Galoshes and Greed: the (Druid?) Ethics of Weather Magic

It seems to me (and this is just my interpretation) that there are two types of modern druid magic. In one, the focus is on the images of ancient druids controlling the forces of nature. 912 more words

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Guts and Glory: Living Out Loud as a Gay Pagan

This post was inspired by my friend, Misha.  She gave me the idea when I put out a request on Facebook, and she’s someone I admire for always being positive and living her life the way more people should.   1,419 more words

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Project by Project

I’ve alluded to this in my last post, but I currently volunteer for an organization called Project by Project (henceforth known as PbP) as the Director of Events.   418 more words

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Geb: Father... Earth?? Wait, what?

When I was thinking about this letter, I was coming up blank.  I did my first default thing to do when I come up blank on ideas and that was check the… 1,085 more words

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