Monthly Archives: November 2012

Why I Love My Pagan Practice

I get to play! Reverence and Mirth, are a much more powerful combination for me, than Reverence alone. I get to dress up and imagine I am somebody else; use tools and props, which I have enjoyed choosing or making; invent prayers, … Continue reading

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A Toe In the Water

By Nimue Brown Experienced Pagans have a variety of responses to those who dabble. When a person is new to Paganism, It’s only reasonable to expect that you will need some time to look around and get your bearings before … Continue reading

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 A Harvest Moon o’er Kernow tonight As upon the Carn I stand A view out toward the distant sea Across this ancient land A fire burning embers low Ochre stain upon Pagan face And words of Cornish chanting out Atop … Continue reading

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Religious Education and Paganism

Earlier this year, our national media proclaimed ‘And after double maths it will be… paganism: Schools told to put witchcraft and druids on RE syllabus’.  (Read more: This article, and others like it, was in response to the publication of … Continue reading

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