Storytelling and the Mythic Landscape

Throughout human history, religions have communicated their values and moral codes through storytelling. Both oral traditions and literate societies passed their metaphorical teaching stories from generation to generation. These stories illustrated the values of their cultures, gave explanations for how they had come to exist as distinct groups, and often populated the home landscapes of these …

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The Powers of an Atheopagan

They aren't gods. They aren't self-aware, and thus have no agency. They don't communicate. They simply are. Irrefutably. And they are not "worshiped". They have no egos with which to soak up adulation. They are here. They are real. They are honored, revered, contemplated with humility and wonder. They are the Powers of this world. Earth. Sky. …

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