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Who’s the Pagan Pope? You Are!

By Star Foster

Congratulations! As a Pagan you are automatically the final authority due to the principle of Autonomy, and are therefore a Pagan Pope. Being a Pagan Pope is a great responsibility, and do not allow the great number of Pagan Popes lead you to treat your position cavalierly. You speak for all of . . . → Read More: Who’s the Pagan Pope? You Are!

How Astrology is like Nascar

By Star Foster

Mostly nothing happens. Things just go in circles day in and day out.

People are just waiting for something exciting to happen, like a car crash or a transit of Venus.

Every sign/car has different correspondences. Dale Jr. is brought to you by Amp and Scorpio is sponsored by sex.

All . . . → Read More: How Astrology is like Nascar

5 Reasons The Greatest Movie Villain Ever is a ‘Good’ Witch

By David Dietle

When you think of The Wizard of Oz’s cast of villains, you most likely think of the flying monkeys and the Wicked Witch of the West, and maybe the pissy apple trees and the green dudes guarding the WWotW’s castle.

If you’ve seen or read ‘Wicked,’ you might have a more sympathetic . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons The Greatest Movie Villain Ever is a ‘Good’ Witch

The Chocolate Ritual

Copyright 1993, John Shepard, Performed at Dragonfest, August 1993

Materials required: On the altar there are brown candles; a Tootsie Roll (the great big one -as the athame;) a large glass with milk in it, (the chalice;) A small dish of Nestle’s Quik and a spoon; a small dish of chocolate sprinkles; a plate of . . . → Read More: The Chocolate Ritual

Archaeologists Unearth Lousiest Civilization Ever

‘What A Bunch Of Losers,’ Researchers Say

MANAUS, BRAZIL— Archaeologists working in a remote section of the Amazon Rainforest announced Tuesday that they have discovered the ancient remnants of what they claimed may be the lousiest civilization in human history.

According to Dr. Ronald Farber, a professor from the University of Minnesota who is leading . . . → Read More: Archaeologists Unearth Lousiest Civilization Ever

Bitey of Blackenwood

This Satyr is a nasty piece of work 🙂

Enjoy the animation and there’s a series of animations if you enjoy this one (see link below)

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BP Discovers Oil at Stonehenge

By Frank Lake

Archaeologists working for BP have made a startling new find at Stonehenge – oil.

Just two days ago, archaeologists found another ceremonial monument only a few hundred yards from the stone circle that makes up Stonehenge. BP sent a crew out to look at the ceremonial monument and once there, they started . . . → Read More: BP Discovers Oil at Stonehenge

Barking up the wrong sacred tree

By Rick Koster

I think we have some pagans living in our part of town. Several, actually – and not all in one big, leafy communal house, either. They’re sprinkled about the neighborhood like elf-dust.

Which is fine.

Pagans on the whole are a fairly interesting if occasionally goofy set of folks – . . . → Read More: Barking up the wrong sacred tree

The Assembly of the Gods

By Sannion

The name’s Hermes. Yeah, that Hermes, the busiest god on Mount Olympos. You name it, I’ve probably got my hands in it. Commerce, language, thievery, agriculture, religion: these are just a few of the things I’ve invented over the centuries. I’m the one who sends you dreams at night. I control the roll . . . → Read More: The Assembly of the Gods

The Chocolate Ritual

by John Shepard

Materials required: On the altar are brown candles, a Tootsie Roll (the great big one, as the athame), a large glass with milk in it (the chalice), a small dish of Nestle’s Quick and a spoon, a small dish of chocolate sprinkles, a plate of cupcakes, and some Yoo-Hoo along with a . . . → Read More: The Chocolate Ritual