Tarot has taken its lumps, but it will endure.
Thoughts on tarot’s court cards.
On long-term meditation practice. Also check out Donyae Coles’ recent review round up, “What is mindfulness, anyway? Reviews of five new books.”
Spirituality and sacred prohibitions.
John Beckett isn’t into sexy Morrigan imagery, and that makes sense to us. Check out this article from Bridget Engels, “The Morrigan: A dark moon meditation.” If you’re a Spiral Nature Member, check out this too “The Morrigan’s magick: Preparing ritual work with the goddess.”
Ok, so we don’t know if the Druids practiced meditation or not, but that’s ok, because the practice is still useful.
Folklore and the King of the Cats.
How do you know if what you’re feeling is coming from your soul?
Kingsley L. Dennis chats with Hekate.
Further evidence that plants may be sentient.
A numerical approach to naturalism.
Inclusive Heathenry is a way to combat hate. See also Jade Pichette’s article, “Canadian Pagans taking a stand against bigotry and intolerance.”
Personal gnosis ought not be one’s only source of spiritual confirmation.
Omitonade Ifawemimo, a 20-something Orisha priestess, is profiled in Ozy.
Meanwhile, John Higgs eulogizes Steve Moore.
So, the Manchester Art Gallery took down work by Waterhouse and asked public to post reactions, which just seems kind of… desperate and sad?
A review of Wicca, Plain and Simple.
A review of Modern Tarot.
An FAQ for your new cursed Instant Pot. (Am I the only person left in North America who doesn’t have one of these things?)