Monthly Archives: April 2016

Godless Paganism

Look what arrived today! My very own copy of Godless Paganism: Voices of Non-Theistic Pagans edited by John Halstead. I am very proud to be able to say that I have made my own small contribution to this book, in … Continue reading

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100th post

WordPress has kindly reminded me that I’ve reached the arbirtary but oddly impressive (to me, anyway) milestone of 100 posts here on Endless Erring. To celebrate, have some Nightwish:

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Book review: Pagan Planet

Brown, Nimue (ed.) Pagan Planet: Being, Believing and Belonging in the 21st Century, Moon Books, 2016. “What does it mean to live as a Pagan in this uncertain world of climate change, economic hardship and worldwide social injustice? What does … Continue reading

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Earth Day

Today, 22 April, is known worldwide as Earth Day. First devised in 1970, Earth Day is now celebrated in over 190 countries, and is a day to reflect and take action, to honour the Earth and demonstrate support for environmental … Continue reading

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Cremation consultation

As well as my interest in Druidry, I am also involved in the growing “Death Positive” movement, and regularly attend events such as Death Salon and death conferences, where the societal taboo on speaking openly about death and dying is … Continue reading

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The Naturalistic Pagan Toolbox: Speaking of/to Nature

Originally posted on Humanistic Paganism:
This column is for sharing ideas for religious technologies which we might use or adapt to deepen our Naturalistic Pagan practices. It includes the ideas and experiences of others, as well as some of my own,…

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A moment of calm

The other day, I was in London for some dull work training thing. Now, as a massive introvert, I don’t deal well with crowds and loud places, so large cities like London tend to be hell for me and set … Continue reading

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