Category Archives: General Post

The Judgement Card as Epiphany

Last weekend I attended the annual Pantheacon conference in San Jose, California. It was a wonderful weekend filled with knowledge, kinship and connection. I enjoyed attending many classes, rituals and workshops. One of the classes I attended was Mary Greer’s, … Continue reading

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Foibles and Follies of Being Human

Foibles and Follies of Being Human Being human means being flawed; that is, being filled with follies and foibles. Notice that all this is about being. Of course Martin Heidegger’s Dasein comes to mind. To follow Heidegger is a long, … Continue reading

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Tarot Musings

As human beings, we love to create meaning out of things. I can remember days spent, as a child, studying the patterns in the sidewalk, the cracks in the ceiling, and the pictures in the clouds. As a teenager, I … Continue reading

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Creating art and being human

I spent the weekend in San Luis Obispo creating art with my family. As part of the weekend art experience, we view an exhibit of book art where my aunt had one of her altered book on display; however, she … Continue reading

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Making Connections

I love to dabble in the Tarot. Having been a literature major in college and a lover of fairy tales from a very early age, I really connect with the archetypes and stories behind the cards. For me, the Tarot … Continue reading

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Paganism and the Inner Critic

The other day, I had a conversation with a friend who said she would love to write, but wasn’t good at creative writing. I encouraged her to try other forms, like poetry. This was met with something that resembled panic. … Continue reading

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Pagan Humanism (A working title.)

The other evening at my local meet up event, we had a book share out. When it was my turn, I stammered and stuttered about the general idea of the book I had chosen, practically reading the subtitle verbatim as … Continue reading

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Top 5 things I have learned about Blogging…so far

Being new to social media and starting a blog only a few months ago, I have gained some learning experience with this endeavor. From my very limited experience, I do have some things to offer, which I am sure in … Continue reading

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Authenticity and Paganism

I attended Sabina Magliocco’s (Professor of Anthropology at CSU Northridge) “Folklore, Culture & Authenticity in modern Paganism” on Thursday for the Cherry Hill Seminary Winter Conference in San Jose. PantheaCon provided the room for our Winter Conference. Sabina raised may … Continue reading

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Pagan Conference 2011

I am fortunate to serve on the Annual Conference on Current Pagan Studies’ (Pagan Conference) Board of Directors.  A little over a week ago we had our Seventh Annual conference at the Claremont Graduate University in California. There were two … Continue reading

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