From Kadmus: “In the face of the Market the pagan says “No” to the dominance of any one value and “No” to a limitless nihilistic process of destruction and control. Here, in part, is our integrity, where we draw the line and state clearly that some things, many things, even most things have no market price.”
From Lia Hunter: In an unbalanced world spinning into chaos, will the healers that the Earth has produced hear their names being chanted by the Earth and spirits, and answer the call to bring their tools to bear at the root of the problems?
From Sean Donahue: Because it unbinds us, ecstasy is also a force of liberation. It liberates eros from the bonds of production and reproduction. In doing so it threatens the political and economic order.
From James Lindenschmidt: "It doesn't matter what kind of Pagan you are, which specific tradition, subculture, or set of Pagan values you embrace, we Pagans are a conquered people."
From Kadmus: "The politics of paganism must be a politics of resistance to totalization, an assertion of the inherent value of the many ways of human life."
From Crystal Blanton: We as a society have pushed against the views of Eugenics and other popular theories that fall under the umbrella of Social Darwinism, but we often dismiss how these types of theories are conditioned into the way that we relate with one another today.
From Linda Boeckhout: "During my lifetime, an ill wind stirred once more in the west and now blows freely, like a chilly draught we only truly start noticing while we are already shivering...."
From Judith O'Grady, on evil, will, and cats: "People search long and hard for 'masters' who will accept the responsibility of taking away the power of decision from their followers. But first, their followers let them."
By Rhyd Wildermuth: We speak of “female” and “male” as if all humanity is easily divided into two sorts of people, each composing a half of a corporate whole called “humanity.”