Tag: theology

Pagans and Money

I was going to include these in my next Round-Up of Interesting Links, but I decided that TP Ward’s posts on the theme of Pagans and money deserves its own entire intro. It deserves to be considered on its own. Pagans have an interesting, complicated relationship with money. I’ve seen Pagans drop hundreds of dollars…

Round-Up of Interesting Links

When Was Modern Paganism Born? Incredible pictures of white ravens! Stunning! My Mother Wasn’t Trash – Heartbreaking and touching. Things we need to talk about, if “progressives” claim to really care about the poor, since they have pretty much abandoned poor whites. The largest underground lake, now called the Lost Sea and located in Tennessee, was discovered…

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 within. She gave me permission to repost it here. If you are interested, her blog…

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.…

Dealing with Deities Review

Galina Krasskova recently made a list of books that she recommends. While many of these books are aimed at those beginning on this path of a more traditional kind of polytheist Paganism (as opposed to Wicca-flavored duotheist Paganism), there is a lot that can be learned for those of us who have been at this…

Our Gods Are Not Vending Machines

Originally posted on amor et mortem:
I was relieved to have recently been unfriended on Facebook by a woman who didn’t like my response to her questions in a post she’d tagged me in. This woman–let’s call her Rachel–announced that she was going to embark on a quest of “serious magic” to not merely land…