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Why “Pagan”? – An Atheist Pagan's Response to a Theist
Isaac Bonewits famously distinguished between Paleo-Pagans, Meso-Pagans, and Neo-Pagans. A fourth category might be called “Retro-Pagans”. In contrast to Retro-Pagans or pagan reconstructionists, Neo-Pagans attempt to blend what they think were the ...
Litha 2015: Pagans, Non-Pagans Alike Welcome The Summer Solstice
The summer solstice arrives in the northern hemisphere on June 21, 2015 at 12:39 p.m. EDT, bringing us the longest day in the year -- which means lots of extra sunlight for festivities.
What I Learned From Isaac Bonewits
The works of Robert Graves and Margaret Murray have been inspirational to many, but inspiration is no substitute for the work of historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, and literary scholars. Paleopagan, Mesopagan, Neopagan. The lineage from the ...
“Darkness Leaping Out of Light”: The Summer Solstice from a different angle
In spite of its absence of (paleo)-pagan antecedents, I think the myth of the Dark Child fits perfectly with the Neo-Pagan mythos and the Wheel of the Year.
A Typology of Pagan Groups
Given the commonality of the basic Gardnerian liturgical pattern, it is useful to propose a typology based on how closely the various Pagan groups resemble the Gardnerians, resemblances created because it was the “Gardnerian magnet, as Chas Clifton ...

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