From Jonathan Woolley: Rather than copy Christianity and Empire by defining Paganism according to the strictures of religion and belief, we should embrace the anarchic Earthly City.
O Grey-Eyed One, She of the Steel Gaze; In nine days my country goes to cast ballots In the ancient ritual You taught to Your city. Our system is broken. Hateful […]
"Vulnerability is an easy concept to use when thinking about disabled people. Government representatives talk about ‘vulnerable people’ all the time. They rarely talk about how they are the ones who’ve made us vulnerable, though. They focus not on systemic injustice, but on individuals."
“As far as practitioners of nature spiritualities are concerned, the Wild Hunt offers an initiation into the wild and an opening up of the senses; a sense of dissolution of […]
A Battle for Our Bodies We women know a hard truth of our culture; our bodies are not our own. We are told how our bodies are supposed to behave. […]
From Alan Evans, a meditation on our troubled relationship with the 'forbidden' witch arts.
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.
From Asa West: "when you realize that the work you're doing isn't effective, you have to be willing to stop and switch to something else. Because throwing yourself into pointless work is nothing more than a slow spiritual death."