Festival Season and the Coronavirus

In January, Pagans in much of the northern hemisphere were starting to look forward to the Pagan festival season that comes with warmer weather. In the US, that has, for many years, kicked off in February with Pantheacon and Convocation…and Continue reading Festival Season and the Coronavirus

Pagan YouTube content creators beware

A breaking story, yet to be verified officially by YouTube, indicates that a new bot on the platform is alleged to be spoofing and hacking channels. In comment sections, the phrase “Wanna be friends” is the lure used to draw Continue reading Pagan YouTube content creators beware

Stitching in dark times: the mask movement and Pagan Michigan

The ravages of the Covid 19 pandemic evidence themselves in daily infection and death statistics in Michigan. Hospital, nursing homes, and long term care facilities see grueling conditions of sickness and fatigue. They battle an unseen enemy with little defensive Continue reading Stitching in dark times: the mask movement and Pagan Michigan

Quarantine Cooking with Kenya Cooking: Rice Dinner, Turnips, and Pear Dessert

Episode #1 Rice dinner, turnips, and easy pear dessert

When it is time for the open door to close in Pagan communities: addressing harmful behavior

People enter the worlds of alternative spiritual communities for reasons as personal as fingerprints. In the world of Pagan gatherings, open arms and open door policies of blanket acceptance seem to be the rule. All are welcome and none turned Continue reading When it is time for the open door to close in Pagan communities: addressing harmful behavior