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Cool book – Linda Hogan’s ‘Dwellings’

by Gus diZerega

I have just finished Linda Hogan’s Dwellings. Hers is not a new book. It appeared in 1995, and I missed it then. I have been the poorer for my oversight. I stumbled across it in a bookstore -and picked it up because I am very interested in the feminine dimension to today’s . . . → Read More: Cool book – Linda Hogan’s ‘Dwellings’

Which Craft? Magazine to change name

Which Craft? has been published since 2002 and the editor claims that nobody has ever before made the connection between its name and witchcraft, the term used by practitioners of black magic for their spells and incantations.

The alarm was raised by a newsagent in Peterborough who contacted the magazine to say that he was . . . → Read More: Which Craft? Magazine to change name

Demon, Demons – Dream Symbol

by Aisling Ireland

“If I could stay, then the night would give you up. Stay, and the day would keep its trust. Stay, with the demons you drown, Stay, with the spirit I found, Stay, and the night would be enough. – U2, Stay, Zooropa

Demons tap into a deep-seated, primordial fear – primarily the . . . → Read More: Demon, Demons – Dream Symbol

Murder, the CIA, Witchcraft and The Malleus Maleficarum

As used here, “Relaxation” describes the act of releasing to the secular arm of government anyone convicted by the Church of crimes against Christianity.

The Church was responsible for the rule, but it would not admit that it was responsible for the death sentence. As an instrument of the Loving God, it would not . . . → Read More: Murder, the CIA, Witchcraft and The Malleus Maleficarum

Ancient tribal parable provides needed perspective

While sitting in the sun this weekend I noticed a brilliant red bird in a tree near the edge of the yard. This bird caught my eye because it seemed to glow. It flew to another tree before it flew directly over my head and seemingly into the sun.

The Cherokee believe the redbird is . . . → Read More: Ancient tribal parable provides needed perspective

Interview: Dominionism in the U.S. Military

Ross Raffin: Let’s dive right in. You have said this isn’t a conflict between you and Christianity but instead a conflict with a sect known as Dominionism. What is Dominionism, how is it different from Evangelical Christianity, and, if you had to give a quick summary, what does Dominionism have to do with the . . . → Read More: Interview: Dominionism in the U.S. Military

Raven vs. The Big Bang

by John David “Hobbes” Hickey

As Neo-Pagans living in a modern world, we can feel like we’re being stretched in multiple directions. Finding balance between what we know to be true and what we’re supposed to believe can leave us feeling conflicted, confused, and frustrated with the lack of clear answers.

Mark Twain once wrote, . . . → Read More: Raven vs. The Big Bang

Columnist Calls out Christian Right at College Appearance

“Syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts, speaking Monday night at Elon University in North Carolina, called out members of the Right who use Christianity to advance their political agenda, according to a report by The Pendulum, the school’s student newspaper.

“Under the definition formulated by the Christian Right movement, Christian no longer meant just one who . . . → Read More: Columnist Calls out Christian Right at College Appearance