Tag: Pagan news

Othala is Not a Hate Symbol

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
I saw someone on Facebook today opining that the tattoo they’d gotten so proudly to honor their Gods was now being taken over by a neo-Nazi group. No. Many things can be corrupted and coopted but it doesn’t change the inherent nature of those things. It may alter our…

Round-up of Interesting Links!

I’ve been working on Idunna’s God of the Month club post the last couple of days. I owe Her! I fell horribly behind and kept neglecting Her the last couple of months and just saying, “It’s okay, I’ll roll Her over into next month’s GMC.” But in the meantime, here’s a round-up of interesting links.…

Speaking Up

The internet is usually full of people angry about something, and the online Pagan community is no exception. The pagan blogosphere is usually in a tizzy about something, especially Reconstructionists. I try to avoid drama. I don’t like unnecessary conflict, it tends to really stress me out and stress is something I am trying to…

Round-up of Interesting Links

Melia talks about the Khthonic Zeus Pictures from the Day of the Dead Hinduism spreads in Africa Philipus reveiws the Immortals movie Ruadhan discusses transgender ritual matters related to the infamous CAYA event at Pantheacon 2011 Hellenism at the Dawn of the Christian Era The 3rd open Pagan in America is elected to a pubic…

Round-up of Interesting Links

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a round-up of interesting links, so this list is going to be a little bit long. A Nova Roma Temple in Ukraine was attacked and vandalized by Orthodox Christians, and the priest was beaten so badly he had to be hospitalized (I heard on one of yahoogroups…

Interesting Links

Lupa posted a thought-provoking essay about being a white, American shaman.Part 1, Part 2 Earth-centered religions get their own chapel at the Air Force Academy  And from the Wild Hunt, “Beatrice Marovich meditates on how we use the skins of animals and how she created a secular “animal altar” to pay respects to some mink…

More Links

Polytheism and Monotheism from a Hindu viewpoint Carol A. Smith, a Wiccan who worked for the TSA, was harassed and eventually fired because of her Pagan religion.  Smith was also a whistle-blower regarding lax security practices, which I’m sure gained her no friends. This story was even picked by MSNBC. Jason Pitzl-Waters of the Wild…