Religion and Spirituality Archive

Heathenry and Anglo-Saxon cosmology

By Marc Gaidin
Anglo-Saxon Heathenry is sometimes called Fyrnsidu, and is a nebulous and lesser-understood branch of

Greatest Hits: Best of Spirituality in 2015

By Spiral Nature
Now we’ll share the list of our 9 most popular Spirituality articles from 2015.

Yule: Lighting up the night

By Susan Starr
Yule or the winter solstice -- December 21 or 22 in the northern hemisphere

After awakening: Otherkin and spirituality

By Xenia
Otherkin experience a process of awakening that can effect their spirituality. Here is some

Celebrating Samhain with the Dumb Supper

By Susan Starr
At Samhain we invite our ancestors to the harvest table, cook their favourite dishes

Mabon: The harvest of the autumn equinox

By Susan Starr
The second harvest corresponds to the autumnal equinox and is called Mabon, a modern

Sacred tattoos: Temporary skin, permanent mark

By Xenia
Sacred tattoos are a literal transformation; a body with a tattoo is not the

Lughnasadh: The feast of grain and berries

By Susan Starr
Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas, is all about giving thanks for and eating the

Initiation and Islamic gnosis

By Angel Millar
Islamic gnosis is one of the paths of worship, a path based on knowledge

Did Freemasonry invent modern Paganism?

By Angel Millar
Freemasonry's influence may have gone largely unacknowledged, though it, too, at times, has existed

Ostara traditions: Eggs, rabbits, and rituals

By Samantha Bell
Keeping with tradition, Ostara is a great time for spell work involving new beginnings,

Pomegranates and trauma: Delving into the Underworld

By Xenia
Though I never chose to go there in the first place, I can never