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The Gods: Germanic Edition

My Core Beliefs: The Gods article has been floating around somewhere in the neighborhood of eight years, from my earlier blogging days during undergrad. My views in light of this post, in the years since it was originally conceived and then reviewed for use on this blog, have not changed all that much. 1,189 more words

Thoughts

Weis and Hickman, Dragonlance Saga (First Three Books)

Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Dragons of Winter Night, Dragons of Spring Dawning. Random House, 1984.

50-word plot summary:

D&D, big time. 836 more words

Book Entries

TPE - Wk 10 - As Above, So Below

What do you seek from the Divine? How is that reflected in the mundane? Where do you find your place of synthesis?

IDK if it’s just me, but I’m not fond of the wording of this prompt.

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[Tuesday] Idea of the Week

Happy Tuesday! I hope everyone’s Memorial Day yesterday went well.

Over the weekend, we had two Otherfaith Hangouts. Our Saturday one occurs weekly, and our Sunday Hangout was just started this past weekend. 1,227 more words

Paganism

Getting Started with Heathen Practice

A couple of years back, my friend Lykeia posted a brief guide to setting up a Hellenic altar for the fledgeling polytheist, demonstrating how easy it can be to start practicing even for the brand new devotee on a budget. 2,021 more words

Odin

Monotheism and Polytheism

The position I support is a panentheistic monotheism, simply because it provides a logical underpinning for the notion of the oneness of all things. Let us look first at monotheism. 349 more words

Teresa Chupp

A Further Note on Ritual and Power

As we jumpstart the discussion of Heathenry and ritual, I’m seeing a lot of folks mistaking powerful rituals for those rituals that are elaborate, complicated, and “high church.” I want to note that a ritual can be very, very simple. 321 more words

Polytheism