I have a post in this week’s Return to Mago eZine: This Disappearing Leadership, in response to what happened at Fayetteville Goddess Festival. It’s about a need to reflect on power and control tactics being used in the Pagan communities.
Troubled by bothersome mold and mildew? There’s a god for that! Robigus is the Roman deity of rust and mildew. His honorary day is April 25. Implicit in the worship of deities who rule over things we find abhorrent is … Continue reading →
Both Mercury and Venus are retrograde right now, along with Jupiter and Saturn, but don’t freak out just yet. “Retrograde” simply means that from our Earth perspective the planets are going “backwards” in the sky, although in reality they are … Continue reading →
Early the other day, while I was reading the nature poet Pattiann Rogers, my pancakes got a bit scorched in the griddle. I probably should not mention my name in the same post as Pattiann Rogers, lest comparisons be made, … Continue reading →