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[Tuesday] ‘Polytheism’ Links

I have the desire to impress. Children, and child gods, are hard to impress.

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[Community] Many Gods West 2016 Write-Up

Over this past weekend I found myself in Olympia, WA. The world was green and rivers stretched to and fro. The first night I arrived – after twelve hours of travel and my ears having been thoroughly abused – I

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Posted in Contemplations

[Friday] Hell Month

I had hated that red sky during my teenage years.

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[Friday] Reflection and Contemplation

“Domesticity suits you,” the Clarene says.

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[Tuesday] Link Share

Links, news, & songs.

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[Friday] Briefly on Gender

Do the right thing. Tell the truth.

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[Wednesday] Life Updates

Aine posts general life updates, though somewhat distracted by the heat of Tucson.

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[Pagan Experience] Knowing

An exploration of ‘the self’, involving suicide, depression, and weird metaphors in journeys. This has no real resolution.

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[Wider Community] Syren Nagakyrie

Syren Nagakyrie, one of the wonderful organizers of Many Gods West, has recently started a Patreon. She has also written a post about it, touching on vulnerability and process and getting to the place where she could start her campaign.

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[Update] New Backdated Post

Just a quick update to let everyone know that I posted the April Pagan Experience post I finished. It is backdated so likely won’t show up in your feeds, but you can read it here.

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[Pagan Experience] Silence

The idea of ‘being silent’ is as foreign to me as any writer. Writing, I’ve heard, is cannibalism.

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Posted in Hawthorne & Heather, Series

[Short Post] Living Ruins

The Other People’s spiritual landscape – the West – is one I map out onto the United States but that I think could be mapped out where ever it fits best a Person’s landscape.

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[Pagan Experience] Spiritual Growth

Time passes. My positions change. Every experience, pleasant or painful, allows me to learn new things.

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[Friday] The New Year

The new year – and New Year’s Eve – is about the tension between the self-that-we-are and the self-we-want-to-be.

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[Holy Days] Reunion Roadmap

Happy Sunday. This will be a ‘Reunion Roadmap’ post, similar to Sage’s post last year. For an introductory post on Reunion, click here. Reunion with Deity In our devotional practice, Reunion is a time for becoming re-acquainted with the Four+

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The Otherfaith is a modern polytheistic religion. We are urban-centric, technology-loving, and always keep our eyes to the future. We were born from the modern Pagan and polytheist movements, and from them we have grown and become new, modern, evolving - a new faith. In 2015, we go into this our fifth year and seek to create more solid practices and structures for the faith.
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