I am back. I am not so vain to think I have been sorely missed. There has been a lot of wonderful writing to read, even when some polytheists whose writing I usually enjoy, have withheld their lettered creations from the world. I won’t be apologizing for my absence, for such a think would be […]Read more "I return with post-lughnassadh syndrom"
My previous faith was not so happy with anger. God got to express it – the rest of us didn’t. (…) The myths from which I draw inspiration today have a lot of destructive anger flying all over the place. Dian Cecht killing his son and cursing his daughter, from enraged jealousy at their superior […]Read more "D is for doxology (and despair and anger)"
I am a devout polytheist, and I do not know if the gods exist. We are the same religion, you and I; we both make offerings, we both love the old stories, and we should never let a foreign concept like “faith” come between us. Drew Jacob, quoted again, because he gave the perfect elevator […]Read more "I love nature for the gods do too."
Pagans like to talk about other Pagans. Recently, we have tried to define Paganism yet again, philosophised about what constitutes a religious community, who should be included, and if the gods are among them. These are questions that concerns us humans; they are more about how we relate to each-other, than how we relate to […]Read more "Of gods and men: searching for a theology"