Originally posted on The Pagan Values Blogject:
(Re-posted from my personal blog Chrysalis) A lot of folks posting on the most recent tragic shooting in Connecticut… lots of folks using or wanting to use it as a chance to put forward their views on gun control and/or the right to bear arms… and some criticizing…

Originally posted on hecatedemeter:
Dream Swim So if I’m going to be “that” old woman — the crazy one who blogs about her dreams, I might as well go all out. Last night was the New Moon and I stayed up late watching shooting stars. When I went to bed, I dreamed that, as was…

Originally posted on Peaceful Awakenings: Reflections of Egypt:
I pray for the dead. People throw out random prayer requests all the times in pagan circles, and whether or not I respond varies widely. But I pray for the dead. Always. I forget who said it – if it was Somé or an Ifa priest or…

Originally posted on Mystical Bewilderment:
This post was supposed to go out, uh, earlier this week and didn’t. Just because I say I’m writing something doesn’t mean that I’m able or willing to actually fit anything to a timeline. There’s a reason why my favorite quote, from Douglas Adams, is: “I love deadlines. I like…

Originally posted on Naturalistic Paganism:
Hey… wasn’t something supposed to happen today? We’re still here. (Big surprise.) Today marks the notorious “prediction” of the Mayan calendar that the world will end (or, some say, a new spiritual era will begin). The so-called prediction is actually nothing of the kind.  The Mayan calendar simply ends, with…