Tag Archives: Pagan

Star Trek for Pagans: Klingon religion across the Series(es), Part 2 of 3

This is your only SPOILER WARNING for this article. I will be going very deeply into these episodes, so don’t read if you haven’t seen them and want to be surprised. Significant episodes that deserve a more in-depth discussion TNG: … Continue reading

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Star Trek for Pagans: Klingon religion across the Series(es), Part 1 of 3

“Where are the words, duty, honor, loyalty, without which a warrior is nothing?” Worf, TNG “Heart of Glory” I’m afraid this post got way too long, so I am splitting the Klingon religion post into 3 parts. It was at … Continue reading

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Star Trek for Pagans: A New Series Introduction

I considered whether I should put spoiler warnings on this post or not. After all, every show I am going to discuss ended more than a decade ago. The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine, closer to 20 years. But … Continue reading

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Round-up of Interesting Links

The Uncomfortable Animism of Cars These comics are hilarious. Heart vs Brain   Some important and interesting thoughts from a long conversation about miasma and the modern world Everyday Struggles of Your Organs The Need for Pagan Homelands: This article has … Continue reading

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Being Heathen

Originally posted on mainer74:
We took an insult hurled at us by Christians, and claimed it for our own. ? Noun derogatory noun: heathen; plural noun: heathens 1. a person who does not belong to a widely held religion (especially…

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Guest Post: An Open Letter to Christians, Jews, and Muslims, regarding living in a Monotheist culture

L.V. Boloix originally posted this essay this on her facebook. It’s very poignant, beautiful and painful in its raw truthfulness. Reading it nearly bought tears to my eyes. I’m sure many polytheists would recognize the emotions that she eloquently relates … Continue reading

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A History of My Shrines and Altars

This is a post I’ve wanted to write for a long time. Like many Pagans, I’ve had various altars and shrines throughout the years. Putting altars together is an act of devotion in itself, carefully picking each piece for its … Continue reading

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