Midsummer Dawn: A Regional Pagan Event

Midsummer Dawn is a low-tech Pagan gathering for those of us who miss events like Ancient Ways. We’ll do a couple of (non-theist) rituals in the evenings, but mostly focus on socializing and building community. Two nights under the magnificent stars in the exquisite Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in Sonoma County, California! There is a … Continue reading Midsummer Dawn: A Regional Pagan Event

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Join Us for Atheopagan Events at the Final Pantheacon!

I am presenting at the final Pantheacon. I hope that those of you who are also attending will join me for these Atheopagan events. Roundtable Discussion: Nontheist Paganism and the Greater Community. Saturday 9 AM, Reisling Room. We are a part of this community! Let’s talk about our practices and experiences, and what makes us similar … Continue reading Join Us for Atheopagan Events at the Final Pantheacon!

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Soapbox On Loan! Call for Submissions

Atheopaganism is getting pretty big. It won’t be long before the Facebook community crosses 2,000 members, and our path is now a topic of conversation and familiarity in many Pagan circles all over the world. Each of us does it a little differently, and that is exactly as should be: our celebrations of the Wheel … Continue reading Soapbox On Loan! Call for Submissions

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Call for Contributions! Celebrating Intercosmic Kinship of the Goddess (Deadline January 31)

At the conclusion of each chapter of Journey into Dreamtime there are “Dreamtime Reflections”, posing questions for personal consideration, inviting personal participation and pathways into some actual sense of an alive self in relationship with the alive world described.

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Ten Favorite Posts from 2019

As we wrap the arbitrarily-defined year up tonight, I thought I’d go back through my posts of this year and pick some favorites. Your mileage may vary! Abuse, the Pagan Community and Our Commitments Burgeoning Toward a Culture of Happiness Authenticity There is No Resurrection Towards a Spirituality of Responsibility Atheopagan Practice and Mental Illness … Continue reading Ten Favorite Posts from 2019

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