Monthly Archives: May 2012

A brahmin walked into a Pagan bar….

Is Paganism always defined by the affirmation of life and corporeal being? I’m finishing Michael York’s┬áPagan Theology: Paganism as a World Religion, the subject of my last entry as well. Its strength: an exploration of the various polytheistic world religions, … Continue reading

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Jnana, bhakti, praxis and other weird words

Lately, I’ve started reading Michael York’s Pagan Theology: Paganism as a World Religion. I’ve delved into other texts of theological interest to Pagans, which I’ve thoroughly enjoyed. Not in the manner of my goofy werewolf novels, mind you, but the … Continue reading

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Nine knobs for the animals

One traditional activity on Beltane is offering bannock to the critters, both helpful and unhelpful. Bannock, in short, is simple country-style bread, which I make with oatmeal, wheat flour, honey, butter and buttermilk, as well as a few other ingredients. … Continue reading

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