from Lee Davies; the dead, the living and the soon to be buried.
My religious name is Gilbride or “Servant of Brighid,” and so I am. However, I also engage in devotion to Macha, one of the three Morrigna. I first came across […]
The Household Gods by John William Waterhouse Toward the re-enchantment of the world: To the blue open heavens I pray, And the fire at their heart I adore. The moon, […]
From Linda Boeckhout: a poem on the graceful economy of autumn.
From Christopher Scott Thompson: an offering prayer, asking the spirits to make a new pact with the people as a whole rather than with a particular ruler.
From Kadmus: "I am more convinced than ever that the true Western occult tradition is fundamentally a pagan one in which the grimoires play an essential part."
What will it take to encourage action, if not the love of the beauty of the green Earth, the white Moon among the stars, the mysteries of the waters?
While the Pope comes to many right conclusions about anthropogenic climate change and the limits of capitalism, his environmental encyclical is nevertheless plagued by a lingering anthropocentrism which he never manages to root out.