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Lucy Greenwood says, “I’m fairly new on my path. It can be very daunting to actively involve yourself in a world full of passionate and well practised people. I wrote a poem inspired by beginnings.” She shares her poem: Every beginning … Continue reading
The Pagan Federation Community blog has been an instant success, with 3,548 visits in its first full month. In order to keep it successful, we need your help. Please consider submitting an article, poem, story, dream, book review, anything you … Continue reading
Helene Mobius is the Prison Ministry Manager: For the past 25 years the Pagan Federation through the Prison Ministry has gained recognition with the Home Office and Justice Department in England and Wales as the governing body of the Ministry, … Continue reading
Rhys Chisnall shares this short essay on the use of words, their meaning, and Gods: Although I should know better and haven’t done so for years, and will probably not do so again for many more, I recently took part … Continue reading
Mish, Regional Coordinator for North Lancashire and Cumbria, shares why she calls the current celebration in the Wheel of the Year, Mabon: I’m an Eclectic Wiccan; Wiccan because I worship in a recognisably Wiccan way – inside a Circle into … Continue reading
Sorita d’Este, esoteric author, shares this post from her own blog about the use of the word “Mabon” in reference to the Autumn Equinox, the Wheel of the Year, and the importance of original thinking: My friends and colleagues will … Continue reading
Emma Threadgold shares this post from her blog about the seasonal festival of Mabon, and a few ways it could be shared with children: Autumn Equinox (also known as Mabon or Harvest Home) is celebrated when day and night are … Continue reading
Lusete shares her photograph, “Bare Sunshine”, which is also featured as the background on this blog.
Atreyu Crimmins shares this article on language, man and gods: We expend our lives in a torpid emission of discourse. High on allegory, dripping in euphemism and saturated with simulacra. Every utterance is a periphrastic orgy of recycled hot air. … Continue reading