By Kris Bradley
Every year at Samhain time, on the closest full moon, I make sleep protection bags for each member of my family. These bags contain items for restful sleep, happy dreams and protection.
herbs, stones, various protection items, needle and thread, pre-made pouches or material to sew into pouches, and any . . . → Read More: Samhain Countdown: Sleep Protection Pouches
The Evidence of Bede’s Ecclesiastical History Reconsidered
By S.D. Church
Abstract: This article argues that the current understanding of English paganism relies too heavily on the belief that, when they wrote of the pre-Christian religion(s) of the English, Pope Gregory I (d. 604), in the letters preserved in his Register, and the Northumbrian monk Bede . . . → Read More: Paganism in Conversion-Age Anglo-Saxon England
By Star Foster
[Snip] I’ve written a lot about polytheism, especially over the last year. I’ve given it a break recently, but today I wondered why it stood out among all the things in Paganism in my mind. Then I got the answer. I know why I am annoyed.
Right now Goddess-worship, tarot, astrology, reiki, . . . → Read More: Why Polytheism Is Vital To Paganism
Some people might be under the mistaken idea that Asatru is dominated by men or is male-centric, since today in America there are so many outspoken organizations that have many male members and are headed by male priests (Godhis). However, there are many female led groups, and many women that are part of . . . → Read More: The Standing of Heathen Women