In the last year, and for much of my time as a Pagan, I have celebrated the High Days, or Neopagan holidays, through ritual. While a lot of what Pagans *do* is ritual, it should by no means be *all* that we do. On the internet, you can find very generic articles about how toContinue reading “Celebrate Beyond Ritual: NeoPagan High Day Traditions”
To Cissonius and Rosmerta
To Grannus and Sirona, and to Sunna
To the wildflowers and fungi
To the Vanir, and to Renos and Danu(a)
To Frigg and Fulla
Ah, summertime! Warmth, flowers, fairies, what else do you need? I suspect a lot of us Pagans like to get out in nature in the summer, but how do we bring our spirituality with us? I’m a sucker for learning, so one of my tips is to “learn more,” but keep in mind that learningContinue reading “Connect to the Land This Summer”
If you ask the same question to 10 witches, you will get 13 answers. This truism has only ripened with age. But when our definitions of Paganism are so diverse, how do we know what Paganism is at all?
Over the last century or so, Pagans have argued and defined our own terms. Any attempt to describe ourselves is important, but we do not have to agree with them.
World Tree Heritage is primarily intended to discuss modern paganisms which have their roots in Indo-European polytheism. I wanted to make this introductory article for anyone who is unfamiliar with this term or has questions about it when they see future references to the Indo-Europeans. Important disclaimer: There have beens heaps of articles and moundsContinue reading “Who are the Indo-Europeans?”