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Anarchetypal Pantheism

By Siegfried Goodfellow

We may ask ourselves whether polytheism is but pantheism aspected, and given focus, lending us human form and figure with which to understand and comprehend the infinitude in digestible chunks : the poetry through which humans particularize the Pan. From this standpoint, polytheism is but archetypal pantheism, where we channel an experience . . . → Read More: Anarchetypal Pantheism

Bulgarian Orthodox Church Rises against Ancient Greek God Statue

The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has reacted strongly against the intention of authorities of the town of Sozopol to erect a statue of Ancient Greek god Apollo.

The municipality of Sozopol has decided to re-build a 13-meter statue of Apollo that existed in ancient times at the entrance of the port of Sozopol.

The Sliven Bishopric, . . . → Read More: Bulgarian Orthodox Church Rises against Ancient Greek God Statue

Pagan Degrees for Children, by Shanddaramon

Reviewed by Witch Mom

This book is an interesting find: a book that teaches precepts of Wicca and earth-centered spirituality to children in a merit badge style, similar to that of the girl and boy scouts/guides. It is best suited for kids of five-twelve, although you can start some of the activities as early as . . . → Read More: Pagan Degrees for Children, by Shanddaramon

Sacred Geometry in the Energy Theory of Magick – part 1

By Frater Barrabbas

Continuing with our discussion of the use of prismatic energy forms in the discipline of ritual magick, we should touch upon the fact that these prismatic structures emulate a form of simple sacred geometry. If that idea can be accepted as a fact, then we can then consider examining these structures . . . → Read More: Sacred Geometry in the Energy Theory of Magick – part 1

Heathens and History

By Hrafnkell Haraldsson

Our ancestors were mostly farmers and fishermen, just normal people like you and I. Just folks. Some of them were good people, some bad, just like us. And like us, they were products of their time, full of the hopes, fears, knowledge, and prejudices of their time. Some of them did praiseworthy . . . → Read More: Heathens and History

Canadians in denial about air-pollution health threat

By Mike de Souza

The average Canadian is in denial about the impact of air pollution on human health, assuming that it is either a long-term threat or a risk factor for vulnerable parts of the population, says a newly released federal report.

The study, conducted for Health Canada by Environics Research Group, found . . . → Read More: Canadians in denial about air-pollution health threat

12 Strategies to Strengthen Your Immune System

By Linda White

1: Eat Like Peter Rabbit. Malnutrition impairs immune function. French fries, soft drinks and bourbon don’t build strong white blood cells either. No, it’s those virtuous, self-righteous diets high in fruits, vegetables and nuts that promote immune health, presumably because they’re rich in nutrients the immune system requires. Adequate protein intake . . . → Read More: 12 Strategies to Strengthen Your Immune System

Tiwanaku: Bolivia’s mysterious city finds new life

By Sara Shahriari

On the vast, dry Bolivian plains near the shore of Lake Titicaca stand the remains of a great civilization. The glaring sun beats down on red stone walls and statues that have withstood more than 1,000 years.

This is the City of Tiwanaku, center of a civilization that reached its height between . . . → Read More: Tiwanaku: Bolivia’s mysterious city finds new life

Sex and Civilization: The Body as Battleground

By Jay Michaelson

Today, we often are told that the hysterical ravings of the New Christian Right (NCR) are a pathological homophobia, or perhaps a displaced and sublimated yearning for homoeroticism. Doubtless both play a role, but I want to suggest that homosexuality does threaten civilization, when viewed from a certain perspective, and that . . . → Read More: Sex and Civilization: The Body as Battleground

The Ethics of Malevolence

By Sarah

So I totally stole the title from a chapter in Emma Wilby’s Visions of Isobel Gowdie. It was a wonderful chapter covering the moral dilemma of cursing and why there are actually ethics and good reasons behind cursing people. Wilby divides curses into two types: public curses and private curses. Public curses belong . . . → Read More: The Ethics of Malevolence