From Anthony Rella: “If we name The Millennial as the egregore it is, we magic workers and disruptors can befriend it and direct its power for transformation.”
From Sean Donahue: “Capitalism simply rations early death to those who can’t afford to live.”
“A pipeline is coming to Florida and it stands a damn good chance of killing all of us.”
From Jah Egregius, an invocation to the spirits of pleasure [en français/in english]
“How many more children have to die before you start thinking that maybe you might have to pick a side?”
We might be hiding behind your compost bin.
From Margaret Killjoy: “I do have faith. I believe in anarchism—I believe that freedom is a relationship between people…”
From Rhyd Wildermuth: “Good people are running our world. Good people are ruining our world.”
A discussion about the Border Morris Blackface ban, from Yvonne Aburrow
Updates on non-profit status, upcoming publications, and more.
A poem for September, the reaping month, by Lorna Smithers.
Podcast Episode 10: Astral Speeches. Political Speeches are even weirder on the astral.
A collection of Gods&Radicals essays on Heathenry, Asatru, Northern Traditions, and other related topics.
From William Hawes: :our culture does not allow us to grow up, because to do so would invoke a critical response and a revolution against the forces of tyranny.”
Notes and links on Land & Resistance!
From Rhyd Wildermuth: “Gods don’t demand obedience. But humans certainly do.” On the dead, gods, authority, and Jung’s Wotanic Spirit
“We have within all of us something more incredible, more powerful, then all the weapons they’ve built to destroy us.”
My worldview does not accommodate supernatural beings that exist separately and independently of human beings. In that sense I am an atheist. And yet, my world is full of gods…
In times of grief, nature plays a wildly healing role. It can also be a teacher and an initiator. Through building relationships with Place, we can move beyond the capitalist valuing of the land and re-enchant the world.
Heathen responses to AFA, how to confront a homophobe, and more!
“Broken”, by Hunter Hall.
From Ruth Morong: “If it is true that building this sort of honor is the highest goal of a heathen, then there can never be apolitical Heathenism.”
John Halstead discusses Distributism as a rejection of both capitalism and socialism.
From Rhyd Wildermuth: It is not–and never has been–the self-ruled who hunt innocents.
Capitalism alienates us from our body, so our liberation must begin with the body. An essay from Silvia Federici
Consider yourself a polytheist but becoming increasingly alienated from the authoritarian push of some self-appointed leaders? There’s a […]
From Yvonne Aburrow: If I deny the divinity immanent in my fellow beings, then I am also denying the divinity of gods, who are expressions of the same divinity.
How do we end the war between the Cities and the Forests?
“If you can read this, you are the enemy…” Short fiction from Max Oanad
Dr. Bones, on what we lose when we accept the categories of identity
Site news, links, and more!
Crafted Recordings Podcast Episode 9: Peoples’ Magic, Peoples’ Remembrancer (with Peter Linebaugh)
Mass protests are magickal initiatory rites. That’s literal.
Links, news, and a note about anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim hatred.
The final essay in Rhyd Wildermuth’s series on Liberal Democracy, and the first in a new series on what we can do now.
The question of which comes first, gods or politics, is for me rather like the question of the […]
“We literally form ties and alliances when we connect to the soil we live on.”
Review of The Pagan Leadership Anthology, which offers insight and advice for building community.
“Anyone who doesn’t see the need for new collective action on the macroscopic plane vis-a-vis the potential of pandemics, nuclear dynamics, climate change and medical access/cost/quality — to name only four of four hundred crises plus — simply isn’t paying attention.”
An editorial, from Rhyd Wildermuth
Our weekly update.
A Love Story At Three…. poetry from Simcha Ben-Sefis.
From Yvonne Aburrow: “The status quo is intolerable, so some action needs to be taken to change it. There can be no peace until there is justice.”
Crafted Recordings Podcast Episode 8: The Origin of Dr Bones
Last Monday, the UK government voted to renew its Trident nuclear deterrence programme. This poem evokes the moment the commander of the Vanguard submarine is handed the Letter of Last Resort.
Weekly Update: Coming This Week, and Revolution & Counter-Revolution Politics Under Capitalism
From C.S. Thompson: “If organized religion is the opium of the people, magical religion can be our medicine.”
Hunter Hall with “The Tide”