Naturalistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: March 2013


World Water Day

This is a little late, but I just learned about World Water Day, an event observed on March 22nd since its 1993 inception after a United Nations General Assembly.  This year’s theme is water and food security. Learn more at…

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The HPedia: Myth

This entry is from the HPedia: An encyclopedia of key concepts in Naturalistic Paganism. In HP, myth generally refers to historical traditions of stories that have come down to us from specific cultures, and which involve pantheons of gods and…

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Spring Equinox: Ostara / Mabon

In the Northern Hemisphere, the Vernal Equinox is celebrated as Ostara (also spelled Eostar, Eostre, or Eastre), deriving from the name of a Germanic goddess to whom the month of the same name was holy.  It is the same word…

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Magic services: Taking money out of the equation, by Drew Jacob

She sat on my couch and wept. Not because her husband left. Because he wanted the kid. “He abuses him. He abuses both of us,” she said between sips of pekoe. “Now he’s going to take my son.” I didn’t…

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Upcoming work

New feature! Check out the HPedia: An encyclopedia of key concepts in Naturalistic Paganism. In order to promote this new resource, select articles will be published as posts each Thursday.  Your comments and critiques are needed.  It takes a community…

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