The World Needs Her Witches, by Phyllis Curott, Witch and Wiccan Priestess

A response to David Brooks New York Times 6/11/19 Op Ed https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/10/opinion/astrology-occult-millennials.html David Brooks is right to quote from the Tara Isabella Burton essay in The American Interest, “Wicca … is technically the fastest-growing religion in America.”    But he misses…

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Raising Children as an Atheopagan

Raising kids as an Atheopagan has a few added challenges atop the many that parents undergo—but can have many joys to offset them and enrich the experience of parenting. A key principle to keep in mind as you develop your family’s Atheopagan practices is that Atheopaganism is an opt-in path. You can offer opportunities to … Continue reading Raising Children as an Atheopagan

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Connect with me on Instagram

I plan to keep this wordpress blog as a place to write longer bits about pagan practice and theology, but I’m posting about lived experience a lot more often on Instagram these days: https://www.instagram.com/she_saves_seeds/ My Instagram feed is only rarely explicitly pagan, and it’s plant-heavy; if you’re not into gardening, hiking, cooking, and/or art, it […]

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Can you believe that we Walked on the Moon 50 Years ago?! Here are some Ritual ideas for the Anniversary on July 20. [Stardust, Contemplating]

Some crabs migrate based on the Moon.  Oysters close.  Worms mate.  All these and so many more are ruled by the Moon.  For billions of years, the Moon has changed life on Earth, and our Ancestors evolved in it’s light,…

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Doubt

It’s the Enemy Voice in our heads: you’re stupid. You’re crazy. You’re weak. You’re sinful. You’re damaged. You’re wrong. About everything. That voice is the Enemy. It is the soul-killer. We inherit it from parents and teachers and classmates, from religious leaders. We internalize it, make it our own, until it almost seems it is … Continue reading Doubt

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