The Point of Friction

Once upon a time in the mid-80s, few of the Pagans I knew ever even talked about what they believed. We just did rituals together and enjoyed one another's company. Sure, there were shout-outs to various gods and goddesses in most of the rituals, but those were easily understood as metaphorical (as I did). When …

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Why Naturalism? Because This.

Yet another example of a Pagan in a leadership position using that position for sexual misconduct, citing woo-woo "spiritual" reasons involving disembodied entities and "magical bonds" as "explanations" for his abuse. How far would such hokum fly in a naturalistic Pagan community? Not. At all. Willingness to take someone's word about supposed supernatural processes and …

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