Doing a bit of research into the wyrd path this morning, I came across a blog called the Well of Mimir. It’s a great name, but, “The Well of Mímir will be going on an indefinite hiatus. Please check back in the next year for more content.”
Undaunted, I found another blog called The Pantheist […]
Today at noon, Occupy San Francisco heads to the Monte Rio to stand in protest against the annual exclusive Bohemian Grove forest gathering of captains of industry, military and government.
One of the accusations leveled at the Bohemian Grove encampment by Occupy San Francisco is oddly religious in nature:
Occupy Bohemian Grove came to OccupySF’s […]
The Buddha seems to be the Unitarian Universalist poster boy of religious diversity. Whenever the Unitarian Universalist Association wants to create the appearance of diversity in its ideas and practices, it brings up the Buddha. Still, the Buddha is relegated to the sidekick of the UU Jesus bully boy, mentioned less than a forth of the amount that Jesus comes up. […]
I don’t think this is what George W. Bush and Barack Obama meant by “Faith-Based Initiatives,” but it’s there nonetheless in Freedom Plaza.
The Spirit of Albion is all well and good, but why don’t ancient powers ever emerge from the silverware drawer, or the mud room off the back porch? […]
Earth really was a goddess, also known as Nerthus and Hertha, worshipped in Northern Europe. […]
Damh the Bard sings of the Horned God as the reason for the season. When will he sing specifically of the revels of Krampus? […]
Nothing says “What Would Jesus Do” like a two-tone gold crucifix being sold for 1,161.30. […]
The “War On Christmas” phrase is really a misnomer. The organized mounting of active complaints when any government or business entity makes anything other than a declaration of “Christmas” is really a War On Non-Christmas, an attempt to push all celebrations but Christian celebrations out of the public sphere.
It’s in this context that an […]
A Solstice Celebration, Shorter Than the Day’s Long By Cara Buckley
Sunday morning was a nasty time to be out and about in New York, with cold rain falling hard… and yet 17 people got out of bed anyway, all with the same thought: “I shall go stand in the middle of an intersection […]