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A Note On Celtic Reconstructionism

I’ve noticed so much confusion around social media lately about reconstruction, and Celtic Reconstruction in particular that I’m going to make by small part to hopefully unmuddy the waters. 615 more words


You know me? You don't know me

I am not a reconstructionist.

There. I said it. I feel better now, I think.

I was strongly drawn to reconstructionism in the beginning. It seems so academic. 1,070 more words


Reblog: Reconstruction, Revival, and Styrofoam Cake Syndrome

Rev. Tamara L. Siuda has an excellent point in her post on Polytheist.com: Reconstruction, Revival, and Styrofoam Cake Syndrome

The Shinto poet Matsuo Basho, who also lived during a period of thoughtful, intense polytheist reconstructionism, wrote: “Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the men of old.

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Religion And Spirituality

Preterism Answered

Preterism is the last of the faulty Rapture doctrines we’ll examine, as we’ve pretty much gotten all of them.

There’s a few more eschatological positions we’ll examine, but this is the last of the “timing” rapture stances. 2,336 more words


"Grammar and Faith" by R.J. Rushdoony

I found the following article in Roots of Reconstruction by R. J. Rushdoony (1991) while I was hunting down information on something else. Being a writer and a teacher of writing, I always gravitate towards anything that smells like a Christian worldview of writing, language, words, and grammar, so this caught my attention. 648 more words


I have a problem with people referring to modern polytheist practices built from past dead folk spiritualities as “reconstructionism”. I cannot say with any certainty that that term is accurate. 666 more words


Air n-Aithesc Imbolc/Bealtaine

The new edition of Air n-Aithesc is out. The print edition is beautiful. The digital is very economical, the price of a couple cuppas.

Here’s a photo of the Table of Contents: 9 more words