By Drew Jacob
[Snip] Years ago I came across an article about the Celts from the magazine Hinduism Today. Dated from 1994 and written from a Hindu perspective, the article compares the religion of the ancient Celts with Vedic tradition. There are inaccuracies but the author outlined Celtic religion better than any Pagan author of . . . → Read More: Incinerated by the Dragon of Karma
Noble Virtues, Golden Rules, and how to know what to do (and not do).
By Steven T. Abell
The Nine Noble Virtues are an unofficial but ubiquitous part of modern Heathenry. As I understand their history, they were assembled by the founders of the Odinic Rite when they wanted to go beyond telling people what . . . → Read More: Wandering Around in the Moral Dimension
By John Beckett
As I mentioned in the previous post, on Saturday I attended a workshop led by Bryan Lankford titled “Counter Evangelism – Defending Yourself from the Army of God.” This was originally a six-hour workshop and Bryan had to cut it down to one hour for this event. I’d like to hear the . . . → Read More: Defense Against the Proselytizing Arts