Jonathan Woolley, on the state of British Paganism, and what to do about it.
From Judith O'Grady: How do those who talk to gods fit into revolutionary action?
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.
An essay on militarization by Isaac Bonewits, the founder of Ár nDraíocht Féin, with deep relevance today.
From Judith O'Grady, on bees, Druidry, and the sacredness of trash.
From Rhyd Wildermuth: "seeing how political forces have shaped our existence, seeing how there is nowhere sacred anymore, is the beginning of wisdom."
From Jonathan Woolley - "the question posed is always “Does God exist?” (never “gods”). Nobody asks “In what ways might the gods exist – from the available evidence we can muster?”
Ancestral connection to place was strong enough to withstand centuries of hardship, famine, plague, warfare, and a thousand harsh Norwegian winters, only to be destroyed by something so insidious that people have to be taught what "enclosure" means.