Originally posted on Humanistic Paganism:
“The power of sacrificium (in Latin it means “to make sacred”) lies within us.” Ancient Hellenic Pagans didn’t acknowledge conflict between science and religion.* Yet we are quite familiar with their old myths: Homer and Hesiod have left us an immortal poetic heritage, full of  woo and unlikelihoods, where the…

Originally posted on Isiopolis:
It has always seemed to me that if ancient Egyptian religion had survived to modern times, it might look quite a bit like Hindu religion in India today. Egyptian offerings Puja offerings For instance, in a Hindu temple, puja or worship happens several times a day, including a morning service that serves…

Originally posted on For The Netjer:
This is an old blog post of mine which I think deserves re-posting. It has also been turned into an Youtube video by a friend of mine, CricketSong from Lunar Wisdom (with my permission, of course).  Let’s analyse this often over-looked magical ingredient for a bit. A ‘skeleton key’ according to…

Originally posted on Good Girls Inc:
Thanksgiving is just a week away and I for one can not wait for some turkey and homemade stuffing! Thanksgiving was always a big deal for me growing up – my family would all gather together to eat wonderful family recipes, tell stories, and just enjoy the company of…

Originally posted on Freeman's Reviews:
When thunderously terrible things happen, evil things that shake and remake a world, and then they are simply buried and forgotten, they tend to cause … issues later. Sometimes a long time later. The legend or memory of Atlantis tugs at our spirits. It was safely forgotten: Plato’s hints…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
This is a bit of a cheat blog, because I won’t be posting a proper one today – I’m at the druid network conference in Birmingham, and anticipate being very busy and probably not having any internet to speak of. So, it seemed like a good day to tout about…