Ancient Murder Mystery

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There are lots of things I’ve been meaning to post about lately, but I haven’t managed to write anything longer than a FaceBook post or a letter to a legislator. And truthfully, this isn’t really my story, I just find it fascinating. Archaeologists in Scotland uncovered the remains of a Pictish man who was brutally […]

A Different Direction

Posted Posted in Heathenry, Uncategorized

For those of you who have read my book, Sheathenry, Volume I: Ritual Practices of Modern Heathen Women, this will not be a surprise, but I’ve started going to a shamanic healing circle that’s held once a month in the hills of Northern Georgia. I was trepidatious at first, but I think these folks are […]

Growing Pains

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So last weekend the AFA finally came out of the closet as the racist bigots we’ve always suspected them of being. While it is kind of a relief to know them for what they are, how do we differentiate ourselves from them? When I became a Heathen the only word I was aware of to […]

Sheathenry

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Last year my dear friend, Rod Landreth, suddenly passed away. At his memorial, I oathed to write a book for the betterment of Heathenry that would be ready for publication in exactly one year. I spent a few months interviewing 39 people, primarily women, from North America and Europe, then spent a good deal more […]