A group of shaman practitioners joined together last Wednesday to talk about free will choice. They discussed their belief that everything was created to have free will choice, not just people as it says in the Bible, but every tree and animal and plant and stone. And everything created respects the free will choice of . . . → Read More: Shamans Gathered To Discuss Free Will and Global Peace
As every True Christian knows, Halloween is a Catholic High Holy Day (called such for the use of opiates in most Catholic rituals) when priests and nuns throughout the land light candles and incense to bring the relics of their so-called saints back to life. Once these buried bones, shrunken heads, vials of semen and . . . → Read More: Spooky Holy Ghost is Scaring the Devil
As sure as there is a breeze, religion and spiritual beliefs swirl all around us. And whether you are aware of it or not, witchcraft is rising to become one of the fastest growing religions in the world.
“Mother Earth, Fire, Wind, Water and Spirit, I ask thee to cleanse my body of . . . → Read More: Witchcraft is in the wind
Both sides in the British Columbia teachers dispute will be back in the province’s Supreme Court on Tuesday, with the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association seeking stiff fines against the union. The province’s 38,000 teachers continue to disobey a back to work court order issued more than a week ago. That court also found the . . . → Read More: B.C. teachers defiant in face of further punishment
By Richard Ford
PAGAN priests will be allowed to use wine and wands during ceremonies in jails under instructions issued to every prison governor. Inmates practising paganism will be allowed a hoodless robe, incense and a piece of religious jewellery among their personal possessions. They will also be allowed to have Tarot cards but are . . . → Read More: Wands and wine for imprisoned Pagans
Lots of street people have long hair and beards, so it’s not always easy to tell them apart from Jesus. Take this quiz to see if you can spot the difference, although if you ask me it might be more accurate to call this quiz Homeless or Moses. It even rhymes better.
Read the . . . → Read More: Homeless or Jesus?
By Ikechukwu Enenmoh
In the spring of 1994, a 14-year-old girl lay on a bed in a pale yellow room reading a book. From her location in this three-bedroom bungalow in New Orleans, Lindsay Labanca could see the kitchen and the living room. This afternoon, though, as she looked past her door, her green eyes . . . → Read More: A Wiccan Life
By Monica Von Dobeneck
Michael Nebroski said he sees the divine everywhere. It’s in the trees on his Christmas tree farm, the birds flying overhead and his neighbors. It’s in Jesus, Buddha and the Hindu god Shiva. Nebroski, owner of the Divine Light new age bookstore in Steelton, calls himself “an eclectic pagan.” He also . . . → Read More: Pagans follow own spiritual paths