Is Earth really a sort of giant living organism as the Gaia hypothesis predicts? A new discovery made at the University of Maryland may provide a key to answering this question. This key of sulfur could allow scientists to unlock heretofore hidden interactions between ocean organisms, atmosphere, and land — interactions that might provide . . . → Read More: Sulfur Finding: Proof of the Gaia Hypothesis?
By Patti Wigington
Our ancestors prayed to their gods, long ago. Their pleas and offerings are documented in the hieroglyphs that adorn the tombs of Egyptian pharaohs, in the carvings and inscriptions left for us to read by the philosophers and teachers of ancient Greece and Rome. Later on, as Christianity moved in and replaced . . . → Read More: The Role of Prayer in Paganism
[Snip] Heka with the capital “H” is the name of the god. He sits aboard the Boat of Millions of Years along with Sia and Hu, assisting Ra with his duties. He is one of the powers of Ra, He is the divine utterance of Ptah, and He is the divine deification of . . . → Read More: Heka and Magic
By Jason Mankey
For all intents and purposes I’m a “Pagan Minimalist.” That doesn’t mean my practice is minimal or small, it means that I view Modern Paganism as a relatively recent phenomenon. If you were to ask me how old I think a practice like Modern Wicca is; I would offer you a guess . . . → Read More: Arguing History