Monthly Archives: March 2016

Pagan Environmental Statement Passes 7,000 Signatures!

Originally posted on Humanistic Paganism:
Latest Update Just one year ago today, our wider Pagan community got its first glimpse at the Pagan Community Statement on the Environment, crafted by a large group of diverse Pagans, including Pagan leaders, authors,…

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Happy Eostre!

Phew, four posts in one day! Well, I did promise that I would finish up the ADF Dedicant Path over the long Bank Holiday weekend, and I have! I’m off to eat an Easter egg. In many Pagan traditions, this … Continue reading

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Creating a plan for living your Druidry

The final piece of “homework” from The Dedicant Path Through the Wheel of the Year is a set of questions for reflection and inspiration to create a plan for living your own Druid path going forward. While I am not … Continue reading

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(On not doing) the Dedicant Oath

The final requirement of the ADF Dedicant Path is to work a Dedicant Oath Rite and take the final Dedicant Oath as a sign of commitment to the Path. Our Own Druidry describes the Dedicant Oath as “the crown of … Continue reading

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Personal Religion essay

The requirement for the Personal Religion essay reads as follows: A brief account of the efforts of the Dedicant to develop and explore a personal (or Grove-centred) spiritual practice, drawn from a specific culture or combination of cultures. I came … Continue reading

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Third book review: Hearth Culture

Ellis Davidson, H.R. Gods and Myths of Northern Europe. Penguin, 1964. The book I chose for the Hearth Culture requirement is Gods and Myths of Northern Europe by H.R. Ellis Davidson. Written in 1964, this book is still one of … Continue reading

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Here the Vikings Worshiped Thor and Odin

Originally posted on ThorNews:
Drawing of the place of worship at Ranheim discovered in 2010. (Photo: Preben Rønne, NTNU University Museum). We still know little about how and where the Vikings worshiped their Norse gods, but a few findings show…

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