Tag Archives: Ethics

My First Pagan Bloggers Post!

It hasn’t reached the front page yet, but my first post at PaganBloggers.com is up today! What Does It Mean To Be Clergy? Here’s a snippet for you: I’m well aware that other people consider me an authority figure, and … Continue reading

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Help a Genderfluid Vanatru Heathen Get Going!

https://www.youcaring.com/deeshull-741615 Dee Shull is a close friend of mine, as well as my apprentice, and the semi-official 2nd running the Vanic Conspiracy. You may remember this image and poem on which we collaborated several months ago: Dee is raising funds … Continue reading

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In This Time of Upheaval, Hold Together #SafetyPin

I wish to create safer space. If you too wish to create safer space, wear a simple, unadorned #SafetyPin on your person. Mine is pinned to my purse so that it is always with me wherever I go. –Ember–

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Mythology is a Finger Pointing at the Moon

Originally posted on Drinking From the Cup of Life:
The stories of the gods are not the gods. The descriptions of the gods given in those stories are not the nature of the gods. They are fingers pointing at the…

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There Is No Away

I’m ranting lately. It’s been a hard week in a hard month in a hard year, and I just want it all to go away. All the things I just can’t deal with, all the people who hurt me or … Continue reading

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On Closed Traditions

(Edited to Add Note: This is not an essay about the history of Christianity and Judaism. They are merely familiar examples of traditions which people recognise as generally open and closed, respectively. There is no way I could possibly summarize … Continue reading

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