When I pray, I cover my head. Coincidently I also cover my hair, but that is not my intent of purpose. When I stand before the gods I cover my head. I believe I would do the same if I were completely bald. For many women covering is precisely about their hair. They dyeing or […]Read more "Honest about headcovering"
Manannán, master of mists, Clear the fog that shrouds my mind Calm the waves of thoughts and fears Bring me ashore upon the blessed isles Where the sun makes the apples golden Let me take refuge here Let me drink in your peace and eat of your orchard ‘s bounty Bring me to the world […]Read more "Beyond the nine waves I go"
I am Dutch and I pray in English, well, also in English. When I pray spontaneously, I generally do so in Dutch. But especially recently, due to my new membership of SDF, I do ritual in English. I like being part of a community and at the moment that community is the Solitary Druid Fellowship. […]Read more "Being a dual-language Pagan"
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"