The fight with Christianity against Pagans will be always around, but how far is too far? Pauline Hoffman, a practicing Wiccan (a nature bound religion) for 20 years and a professor of the University of St. Bonaventure, is suing the University for religious discrimination. Pauline states that her university denied her promotions and asked her … Read more Wiccan Professor vs. University of St. Bonaventure
It’s the season for lemon stands! Check out what these teens are doing. What creative things are you doing this summer? Milwaukee Teen Sisters Video credit from Fox 6 Now News
Not only is this the best Almanac for Pagans and Witches, it is an almanac for Practically everyone! Even better, the authors who do all of the astrological calculations are from Arkansas, and all data is set for Central Time (with Daylight Savings included!). No matter what your spiritual path may be, this is an … Read more An Almanac for Arkansas Pagans!
(This post was originally published on the Venacian website and has been reprinted here with permission.) Everything is connected. The growing conditions in Washington enabled you to buy a delicious apple, and keeping yourself healthy ensures that you live a long life so that you can tell your grandchildren how proud you were … Read more 103 Days of Prayer
Just a few short weeks after Galina Krasskova’s impassioned call for prayer on behalf of the ancient city of Palmyra and Tess Dawson’s article at Polytheist entitled “The Horror of Palmyra”, noted Syrian archaeologist Khaled al-Asaad has been beheaded and his body tied to a Roman-era column at the site. This killing was the … Read more Honoring al-Asaad
Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, Margot Adler died 10:30am Monday, July 28, 2014 in her apartment overlooking Central Park in New York’s Upper West Side. She had been diagnosed with endometrial cancer in early 2011, which metastasized over the next three years. Her son, Alex Dylan Glideman, cared for her in the few months before … Read more Margot Adler’s Legacy