Tag Archives: Pagan

How to Meet People at PantheaCon

PantheaCon provides a great opportunity for meeting other Pagans, some famous and other known mostly in their local communities. One of the best things about attending a conference is getting to meet those people you always wanted to. So if … Continue reading

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Wheat Class at PantheaCon 2013

PantheaCon 2013 is almost upon us and once again The Woven Circle will be teaching two traditional wheat weaving classes at the convention. The Woven Circle is made up of talented artists who travel to San Jose each year to … Continue reading

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What is your Sacrifice?

How do you follow your dream…what sacrifice do you make for your art, for being fully human?

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The Rise and Fall of History of Rome Podcast

It is with some sadness that one of my favorite podcasts is ending soon. The History of Rome with Mike Duncan will be coming to an end just as the Rome Republic and then the Empire ended. Mr. Duncan will be ending this podcast … Continue reading

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Poetry and Our Humanness

One of my great loves is poetry. As a child, I was exposed to it in school, but it wasn’t until I was 12 that the purpose of it became clear. I bought my first “real” book of poetry at … Continue reading

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Conference on Current Pagan Studies 2012

This weekend is the Conference on Current Pagan Studies at Claremont University. This year our key note speakers are Z Budapest and Hyperion. You still join us and register at the door for two days of interesting topics, great key … Continue reading

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PantheaCon 2012 Straw Art Classes

The Woven Circle will be teaching two traditional wheat weaving classes at the 2012 PantheaCon. The Woven Circle is made up of talented artists who travel to San Jose each year to share their enjoyment of straw art with the … Continue reading

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Julian the Economist

Flavius Claudius Julianus Augustus, the last Pagan Roman Emperor (355 CE to 363 CE), has been vilify by some (Julian the Apostate) and held in great esteem by others (Julian the Philosopher); yet, what I have recently leaned from this Roman Emperor are some … Continue reading

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Obligations towards Future Generations

There are other avenues which Pagans may engage with considerations of our obligations towards future generations. The very idea of future generations may be challenge by a metaphysical paradigm which reject lineal time so that to speak of future generation … Continue reading

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Temporal Remoteness

The concerns that Partridge writes about all seem to have this central theme of what to do about moral obligations to those people who do not yet exist. Brain Barry reflects that people alive in hundreds of years can be … Continue reading

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