Indifference of Convenience? Pagan Community Silence on Mauna Kea — Of Axe and Plough

When it comes to protesting development over sacred sites, the wider Pagan community (online as it is) tends to be relatively vociferous. With the Dakota Access Pipeline and the conflict which erupted at Standing Rock over that situation, writers of Paganism unleashed a flurry of information, coordination, and protests. A search of the “Dakota Access […] … More Indifference of Convenience? Pagan Community Silence on Mauna Kea — Of Axe and Plough

Kings of the Hills; or, A Weekend at the Lake

Nobody can say that I don’t like to hear stories and perspectives from folks of all walks of life, that I don’t manage to get something out of being with varied company. I’ve shared table with island-owning millionaires and the once homeless, with Woodstock-era crystal healers and cattle ranchers, with Elon Muskian techno-optimists and flat earthers. I’ve … More Kings of the Hills; or, A Weekend at the Lake

The Thread

  During my May 1st observances, right after I had finished the working copy of the deck, I went out to the park with offerings of smoke and homemade liquor to begin building relationship with my new divination system. I quickly discovered its brutally honest, though still occasionally playfully enigmatic nature. I grabbed drinks with … More The Thread

Sigils

I’ve been working with sigils more lately. Little nuggets of magic that help in small things throughout the day, or sometimes big things that requires the coordination of spirits and gods and (possibly, probably) ancestors. I haven’t had much energy or wherewithal for much else these past few months. I have a talent for making … More Sigils