Updated Editions of Early Books Now Available!

I am pleased to announce that I have released updated and annotated editions of my three earliest books: Fang and Fur, Blood and Bone; DIY Animism (formerly DIY Totemism); and Skin Spirits! These were originally published between 2006 and 2009 by Megalithica Books, an imprint of Immanion Press. My parting with them is on good … Continue reading Updated Editions of Early Books Now Available!

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Home Base: Place Altars As Connections to Wilderness

Note: This post was originally posted on No Unsacred Place in 2011, and then later Paths Through the Forests. I am moving it over here so I can have more of my writings in one place. I am not a huge fan of “nature” as being separate from humanity. The perceived divide of “natural” and “artificial” … Continue reading Home Base: Place Altars As Connections to Wilderness

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Deep Ancestral Animal Spirits, Part One

Note: This post was originally posted on No Unsacred Place in 2012, and then later Paths Through the Forests. I am moving it over here so I can have more of my writings in one place. The human brain is a fascinating thing. I had already learned a good deal about it just in personal … Continue reading Deep Ancestral Animal Spirits, Part One

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Carl Sagan’s “Cosmos”: A Pagan Perspective

Note: This post was originally posted on No Unsacred Place in 2011, and then later Paths Through the Forests. I am moving it over here so I can have more of my writings in one place. When I’m making artwork, I often enjoy having some music or video going on that I can listen to … Continue reading Carl Sagan’s “Cosmos”: A Pagan Perspective

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Shapeshifting Into Kin: Part Two

Note: This post was originally posted on No Unsacred Place in 2011, and then later Paths Through the Forests. I am moving it over here so I can have more of my writings in one place. This is part two of a two-part series; you may read part one here. There are many purposes for shapeshifting—celebration, … Continue reading Shapeshifting Into Kin: Part Two

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Ecopsychology and Neopagan Relevance

Note: This post was originally posted on No Unsacred Place in 2011, and then later Paths Through the Forests. I am moving it over here so I can have more of my writings in one place. Ecopsychology: the psychology of how we relate to the natural environment, and the therapeutic application of the restorative qualities … Continue reading Ecopsychology and Neopagan Relevance

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