Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Reason for the Season

I hear  a lot about the War on Christmas. For those of you that haven’t, it’s a Fox News/Christian Broadcasting assertion that the liberal secular humanist agenda is trying to take away the reason for the season and making you … Continue reading

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Review: Low Magick: It’s all in your head… You just have no idea how big your head is

Low Magick: It’s all in your head… You just have no idea how big your head is by Lon Milo DuQuette (✭✭✭✭✭, 5/5). (Amazon, Google) First, it needs to be understood what this book is and what it is not. … Continue reading

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Huginn 2.1: Mysticism is out!

Hugin 2.1: Mysticism has been released as a free pdf and is also available in paperback from lulu. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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The Transitions of Age

In most neo-pagan traditions today, a woman’s life is divided into three phases, Maiden, or pre-children; Mother and Crone, post-children. My important disclaimer:Because most women in the West are no longer defining themselves by their relationship to men or children, … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments Weekend

Our readers might be interested in this. There is a resolution in Congress, H. Res. 211, that supports designating the first weekend in May as Ten Commandments Weekend. It concludes that the House of Representatives: …encourages citizens of all faiths … Continue reading

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Colorado Gives Day Update

In the November link roundup I mentioned that December 6th was this year’s Colorado Gives Day. Thanks to everyone who participated, they have raised $12 million in donations for local nonprofits this year. On an administrative note, we have updated … Continue reading

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November Link Roundup

First: You can now follow us on Google Plus for those who use that service. There was the 13th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance Quaker Pagan Reflections asks the question Do we care more about our rituals than we do … Continue reading

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Health

One of the challenges in today’s urban society is staying healthy. Many of us have jobs that do not require significant strength or movement or that really exercise our bodies (though they may wear down our bodies or our minds … Continue reading

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