Naturalistic Paganism

Playlist for Wheel of the Year: Spring Equinox

Over the years, I have created rituals to celebrate the Wheel of the Year with my wife and children. Music has been an essential part of the experience. Without it, it would be much more difficult to create the sense of sacred time and space and to evoke the experience I desire for each ritual. So I want to share with you my playlist for each station on the Wheel of Year. Here’s the second list. Enjoy! And share your suggestions in the comments below.

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Am I a Good Pagan (& Ukraine), Sarah the Skeptical Witch, and Imagination! Recent Episodes of THE WONDER podcast, by Mark Green

What makes one a good Pagan?  Also, what’s all the buzz around Sarah the Skeptical witch about? All that more, on the page here.

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The Spring Equinox Approaches…

I think that March, and the Spring Equinox, will always have some link to the Covid pandemic in my mind.  In 2020, the pandemic really started in March, after news of cases appearing in February.  Sometime about two years ago in March of 2020, most of us had our last normal week, mostly unaware that a multi-year pandemic was about to start, and that our lives – and the world – would never be the same.

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You can help kids (and yourself!) have a Naturalistic Pagan Summer!

Building a better world is an important part of any healthy, naturalistic spirituality, and this can be fun!  This summer, as the pandemic hopefully winds down, opportunities arise to pass along our Naturalistic Pagan spirituality to future generations and enrich our own experience!
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Entering the Bora Ring, by Glenys Livingstone

In my local region of Wakka Wakka country in Australia (S.E. Queensland), there is a sign post saying “Bora Ring” pointing off the main road, and another sign off a smaller road, each just a few kilometers outside of our country town.
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