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Living With Human Sacrifice

“Well, if that doesn't work, we can always try human sacrifice,” says the boiler repair guy.

Cold has finally come to the Upper Midwest, which means that it's time to turn on the furnace. The same technician had been here a few days previously. In my house, you don't have to have much light between the horns to know that you're in a pagan home.

And what do pagans do? Well, we sacrifice people, of course.

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We Want YOU!

Want to know how YOU can come to CalderaFest Pagan Music Festival virtually for FREE?! Like helping people? Want to make the world a better place? Don't mind giving a little of your time? Maybe you'd like to VOLUNTEER! We want to make this the best festival ever and we can't do it without YOUR help!


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Mama Gina SWAG for YOU

Just got a care package from Mama Gina LaMonte and I feel like sharing it with you. I have FOUR autographed copies of her brand new album "I Remember Love" and two "Goddess Kiss'd" t-shirts (large).

I know there is a fifth CD in the picture, but that one is mine! All mine!

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Pagan News Beagle: Faithful Friday, November 20

A Hindu describes her experience with the Oprah Winfrey Network's Belief. Women's rights activists are threatened by religious extremists in Myanmar. And the rise of Islamophobia within Britain is evaluated. It's Faithful Friday, our weekly segment on faiths and religious communities from around the world. All this and more for the Pagan News Beagle!

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CalderaFest 2016 Update

Some great new news in the CalderaFest Pagan Music Festival.


First of all, we have added a few names to the schedule. We finalized the talent list with 29 names:

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If you look deeply into the palm of your hand, you will see your parents and all generations of your ancestors. All of them are alive in this moment. Each is present in your body. You are the continuation of each of these people.

— Thich Nhat Hanh

A recent prompt from Joanna Powell Colbert's 30 Days of Hecate class urged us to look into the palms of our hands and consider our ancestors. Having already given a lot of thought to my more recent ancestors in this course, I felt my attention turn instead to the unnamed thousands of time and space who brought me to this place...

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  • Candise
    Candise says #
    Simply beautiful, so evocative. I can't wait for my maiden to receive hers from Saint Nicolas this Christmas. Blessings xx

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In The Belly Of The Goddess

I remember the moment, the exact instant when Her name was called and She was there. She stood behind me, wrapped Her enormous feathered cloak around my body and completely engulfed me. There's no describing what happened next, except to say that I lay inside of Her for an interminable length of time. I could clearly see the ritual circle and the flames of the bonfire and the other participants going through their own processes, and I was also somewhere completely "other".

For the next three days, I walked between the worlds. I was absolutely present in this world, interacting with people, eating breakfast, making perfect sense and able to carry on conversations about toilets or whatever mundane topics we were discussing. I was utterly not present too; or maybe it's better to say I was also present elsewhere. And She was there too, as real to me as anyone I'd ever met.

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  • Lizann Bassham
    Lizann Bassham says #
    Yes. Weary but not melancholy. I remember my own year like the one you've just had - sometimes it echoes back on us (it did for m

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