From Gersande: We found the tomb of an ancient sleeping God in the inky depths of the earth. In our hubris and greed we awoke him, and accepted to glorify him in exchange for cataclysmic, destructive power.
From Gersande: An essay about the working of land magic, resistance, cursing, and grief at a Witches Sabbat.
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars Read for the Women of Genre Fiction Reading Challenge 2016 and the Apocalypse Now Reading Challenge 2016. Method […]
From John Halstead: "We need the courage and creative resources to imagine things can be different, and Paganism can help us imagine new possibilities … and then create them."
Two farms where the farming approach is to work with the natural systems, rather than force them, and efforts to bring back plant varieties (and other things) thought extinct.
I have just one topic to cover this month, because it is a big one – well, it is about big things, some of the biggest living things there are. […]
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.