Category Archives: Pagan Community

Community and (my) polytheism

I am very much an introvert. I love – and need – long stretches of time alone where I cannot be forced into interaction with other human beings on their terms. I don’t have any human roommates, and it’s great. … Continue reading

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Politics and religion

I was 36 when I walked away from a lifetime of mostly-unquestioning atheism to worship the Norse gods; my political views and various values were pretty well set at that point, and had been for quite some time. As I’ve … Continue reading

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Predators/abusers in the pagan community

This is a must-read for anyone who is or might be connected with the online (or offline) pagan communities, particularly heathen/heathen associated, especially Vanatru, or connected with demonolatry or related practices – but given the history of the person involved, … Continue reading

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A prayer for those being oppressed in Ferguson, Missouri

Hail Loki, Scarlipped God and Revealer of Harsh Truths, I ask You to intervene in the media coverage of Ferguson, Missouri. May those who misrepresent events in order to maintain cruel, unjust dominance be silenced. May their lies be shown … Continue reading

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Aftershocks

(Or: unexpected side-effects of major undoings-of-things in my head, including exhaustion, exciting new comprehension of my Issues, and less exciting thoughts about community.) Community-oriented Work is, thankfully, nowhere close to my god-given to-do list, and I am glad of that … Continue reading

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We need community, and it has to start somewhere

This started as a stray thought after reading a number of things about the recent pop-culture pagan debate, and when I chased it down it turned into . . . something. I’ve noticed a few experienced polytheists – people who … Continue reading

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