Yearly Archives: 2012

June Link Roundup

Cat on Quaker Pagan Reflections wrote a really interesting and insightful article on pagan values and the Affordable Care Act. Blue Flame Magick has posted an essay titled Welcome to Your Mind (Part I) based on a workshop that he … Continue reading

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Colorado Wildfires

For those following the fires: 1) Don’t repeat anything or share anything you have not validated. One of the biggest problems in situations like this one is fearmongering and misinformation from people who mean well but haven’t validated what they … Continue reading

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The Okay Plateau and the Occult

In Moonwalking With Einstein, Josh Foer discusses something called the O.K. Plateau: In the 1960s, the psychologists Paul Fitts and Michael Posner tried to answer this question by describing the three stages of acquiring a new skill. During the first … Continue reading

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Backend Updates

There have been pretty significant updates on the back end. As always, let us know if you see anything strange. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Brief Hiatus

I’d like to apologize for the recent silence. The authors here have been swamped by other things in their lives. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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CFS: Huginn 2.2: Ethics and Values

Volume 2, Issue 2 : ETHICS & VIRTUES HUGINN is now accepting submissions for the Midsummer 2012 issue. Submissions deadline is 1 June 2012. The Midsummer issue will deal with ETHICS & VIRTUES: living your values; ethics in myths, from … Continue reading

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Conversations with the Dying: Five Wishes, Wish One

My son’s father’s sister and my friend for over 20 years was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.  She is an amazing, independent, insightful and gentle person. As she is the 3rd person in that family to be diagnosed with … Continue reading

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Sex and Gender Identity: Part 2, Gender Identity and Gender Dysphoria

Last time we discussed the complexity of what defines male and female in terms of physical sex. This time, I am going to attempt to give a little information around the much more nuanced issue of gender identity. Gender identity … Continue reading

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February Link Roundup

For a summary of some of the discussion around PantheaCon, take a look at this link roundup. Some other essays and articles from around the web: On No Unsacred Place John replied to Lupa’s We Do Not Return To Nature, … Continue reading

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Sex and Gender Identity: Part 1, Sex

After reading a few different perspectives on what happened at PantheaCon both this year and last year, along with a few of the perspectives in the book Gender and Transgender in Modern Paganism, I figured it would help to provide … Continue reading

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