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.
The collapse of the Myth of Progress allows us to reconsider many old certainties
from Sean Donahue: “It comes down to this now: do we believe in the power of our prayers, our spells, our gods?”
When an Archon doesn’t want you to think about the dead, it’s time to think about the dead….
From Christopher Scott Thompson’s new book, Pagan Anarchism: on Primitivism, Anti-Civilization, and what to do about the urban.