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
The Winter Thermstice (Imbolc) Approaches! + Online Rituals!
Wow, those same ice crystal bonds which make up a “delicate” snowflake are strong enough to hold up a car!Read more
COLUMN: Paint By Season/January 2023
Welcome to Paint by Season! My name is Raena Parsons, and I am an artist, poet, and educator living in Jackson, Wyoming. Paint by Season is a new monthly column where you can follow along with me to create a monthly seasonal painting to celebrate the w…Read more
Yule (the Winter Solstice) is coming up fast, + a bunch of Online Rituals!
The longer nights around Winter Solstice give our Moon greater prominence – a perfect reminder of the Artemis missions! For many of us, this is a big Sabbat, which takes a more preparation (and if you are buying gifts, the Naturalistic Pagan Gift List here might help).Read more
This Holiday Season, Support Your Community!
Hey, everyone, it’s the holiday giving season. So I’m asking: please consider making a tax-deductible gift to The Atheopagan Society (TAPS) this year. The nonprofit Society is our community’s religious organization. TAPS produces even…Read more
Solstice Gift Ideas for Naturalistic Pagans, 2022
The Songs of Solstice book is a great way to keep singing in your holiday. Singing is a powerful and fulfilling human ability, and this book allows us to recover it from the Christian dominated culture.Read more
So, the first week in November was Hallows. The whole week. I wrote about this before: the fun/gross/sexy/creepy launch of Halloween, the days between with their various observances, and then actual Hallows/Samhain, the midpoint between the autumnal eq…Read more
Welcome to the New Atheopaganism.org!
We’ve got a new look and feel and some much better tools for searching the content of the site now, having pried ourselves loose from the commercial side of WordPress to go with independent hosting and the open-source CMS. Thanks to GLEN GORDON a…Read more