What dies when a forest dies? From Sean Donahue
From William Hawes
“We must learn to slow down, to be present in each moment. Only then can citizens parse through the immense piles of bullshit our political elites foist upon us each […]
Ritual prose from Ramon Elani
From Rhyd Wildermuth: Without understanding the mythic, we are powerless again Fascism
From William Hawes: "If we are open to life and our environment as part of a greater whole, an unfathomable mystery, we can refuse our culture’s siren songs of death, misery, and destruction"
From Kadmus: "But there was a time when gods had bodies, and our world was the body of a goddess - a time when the cosmos was a kaleidoscopic orgy of copulating divine bodies."
When we relinquish what has been stolen, it allows our ancestors to come to us with our true legacies and traditions.