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The Neo-Nonsense

What Does “Neo” Mean Anyway? More often than I care for, someone in online discussions about Druidry (and other paths, particularly Pagan ones) deals out the neo-card.  “Oh, that’s Neo-Druidry” or “Neo-xxx” they say and that way typically discard another … Continue reading

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Betrayal, Gifts, and Imprisonment

How the Ordeals of the Goddess in Story and Myth Reflect and Affect Human Life We have been mystically orphaned of the Mother and denied the wisdom that we would have gained from her. When Goddesses are dethroned, leaving only … Continue reading

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Paganism, Rules and Dogma

It seems to me that my Druid colleague John Becket and I are more often than not picking up on the same vibes. Once again, as I was struggling with this blog post, John posted one that helped me come to terms … Continue reading

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For the Love of Taranis – Give Me Some Weather

Throughout more than half of a century now (I could also say throughout my whole life), I have heard people complain about the weather. It’s too hot, not hot enough, too cold, not cold enough, too much rain, too much … Continue reading

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Pagan Catholicism

Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Only that it’s not, and I have seen it happen in social media, at courses, and even in books now. To make sense of the existence of “Pagan Catholicism” we need to look at … Continue reading

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