I’ve read some of these and this book should be in any Hellenic stocking this year. I’ve collected all the essays I’ve published so far in Hellenic devotional volumes into a single book, available for the Kindle and in paperback. It’s the first time these have been available outside the context of the original devotionals.Continue reading “Essays on Hellenic Theology — Henadology”
My post on the spirit of depression gets waves of likes from time to time, and the article I wrote on treating depression in a Pagan context remains one of the most popular pieces I wrote for the Wild Hunt. I don’t know that Pagans and polytheists suffer depression more than other people, but itContinue reading “Devotion while depressed”
The only person who will notice how long it’s been since your last post is you. Therefore, the least interesting way to open a post is by referencing how long it’s been.
Witches and other magic-workers setting their sights on President Trump was the topic of my article yesterday at The Wild Hunt. An unflattering image of the president is a components in one of the public spells that I looked at, which reminds me of their use in political advertising. Overculture, meet subculture. For me, theContinue reading “Metaphysical gauntlet thrown down”
For this week’s story on The Wild Hunt I asked some Pagans about the death penalty. While I was looking for the views Pagans hold on execution, I was really curious if those views were informed by religion. While some of the respondents did try to articulate their opinions in a religious context because IContinue reading “The final solution”