Morwen Two Feathers connects the reader with spirit and community through the power of drumming.
Word is circulating quickly that musician and writer Kenny Klein has gotten himself into some trouble. How Pagans react will be telling in understanding how we view community. There is no question that participating in the types of activities that Klein has allegedly admitted to are illegal with good reason. Protecting our most vulnerable, thoseContinue reading “On Kenny Klein”
Maybe one of the unintended benefits of these Pagan tea times is realizing that our drinks are a metaphor for our community. Tonight I had the pleasure of sitting down — in person, no less — with Sannion and Galina. They had dinner. I had dessert. It was tea time, but two of us hadContinue reading “Tea is for Pagans who haven’t tried the velvet cake”
This is my second open call to join me for some Pagan tea. I have completed the process of migrating my blog from Blogger (owned by Google, which tries harder every day to stalk me wherever I go online) to WordPress, and unlike all the other posts I have written, that one didn’t make itContinue reading “Pagan Tea Time redux”