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Thing on Thursday is back!

Althing in Session, by W.G. CollingwoodIt’s that time again!

Thing on Thursday is a series of councils on matters vital to the future.  The name represents both the generic term for, you know, a thingie, as well as the Old Norse term for a council of elders: a Thing.

Each week from the Autumn Equinox until the Winter Solstice, Thing on Thursday explores a new controversy.  Participation is open to all – the more minds that come together, the better.  Those who have been vocal in the comments are as welcome as those quiet-but-devoted readers who have yet to venture a word.  We value all constructive opinions.

There are only a few rules:

  • be constructive – this is a council, so treat it as such
  • be respectful – no rants or flames

Comments will be taken into consideration as we determine the new direction of Humanistic Paganism.  So please make sure your voice is heard.

Look for the first of this year’s councils on Thursday!

This Sunday

B. T. Newberg

What is the point of naturalistic ritual?  Without literal belief in deities, is it all just meaningless?

Why do we do ritual?  by B. T. Newberg

Appearing Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

Next Sunday

Thomas Geddes

Is there a naturalistic way to use chakras to balance your life?

A practical way to work your chakras, by Thomas Geddes

Appearing Sunday, September 30th, 2012

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