More from Jonathan Woolley on the crisis of Paganism
Jonathan Woolley, on the state of British Paganism, and what to do about it.
Jonathan Woolley, on Trump as the big-daddy boss archetype.
From Jonathan Woolley: Hedge-riding becomes as much a matter of crossing boundaries in defence of the commons, as it is a case of journeying along green roads into the Woods From Which We Come.
From Jonathan Woolley: As a rugged individual out on the frontier, not only can nobody hear you scream, but nobody cares if you do or not.
The collapse of the Myth of Progress allows us to reconsider many old certainties
From Jonathan Woolley, a review of David Graeber's timely collection of essays.
The 22nd Conference of Parties (COP) was held in Paris over the past few weeks, culminating on the morning of Saturday 12th. From the deliberations of the world’s governments over […]
From Jonathan Woolley: Rather than copy Christianity and Empire by defining Paganism according to the strictures of religion and belief, we should embrace the anarchic Earthly City.