The concept behind THE WONDER—named, of course, for the awe and reverence we feel as we contemplate the magnificent Universe—is that it will be an ongoing resource for non-theist Pagans to inform and inspire our practices and stimulate our thinking.Read more
Practice Spotlight! Check out the Daily and Weekly Circle Sanctuary Pagan Podcasts!
And what a great lineup they have! Check it out below!Read more
Sometimes you know you have crossed–or are about to cross–a threshold. You are moving from one chapter in your life to another, or changing your status in some way. Perhaps it’s attainment of a professional license, or moving to anoth…Read more
With the Fog, Summer has Returned
In many modern Pagan reckonings of the seasons, as well as in some places in the world like Ireland, the solstices and equinoxes do not mark the beginnings, but rather the peaks of each season. The “cross-quarters” in February, May, August …Read more
Join us for Atheopagan Web Weaving Online, June 3-4, 2023!
Our keynote speaker will be writer, poet, and podcaster Jarod K. Anderson (creator of The CryptoNaturalist Podcast), who has built a large audience of social media followers and podcast listeners with his vibrant appreciations of nature.Read more
How to Lobby Officials and Decision Makers
In Atheopaganism, our religion is organized around two broad goals: greater individual happiness and empowerment, and creation of a world that is more ecologically balanced, kind and just to all people. That second goal means that our path is intrinsic…Read more
Happy Spring Equitherm (Beltane)!
Attraction! Our world reawakens, and we see beauty around us!Read more
May Day: What do YOU Think?
Atheopaganism is a religious path in a general sense, but it’s really a diverse set of individual paths that each of us crafts for ourselves, using pieces of my work or the work of other community members and our own creativity and spirituality. …Read more
The May Cross-Quarter (Vernal Equitherm or Beltane) is less than two weeks away! + online celebrations
As I stand here on this celebration of Beltane, the sacred wheel of the year continues to turn. As my forebears did, I do now, and so may my descendants do in time to come. The dark half of the year is over and Summer has begun.Read more