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Occasionally I wandered in where I was not wanted and gave truthful answers.
Sometimes I even did it deliberately. A little disruption now can prevent disaster later.

Gaia is not a frail child

They didn't dare face the crowd.


“Earth Mothers and Rebellious Sons - Creation Part 3: Crash Course World Mythology #4”

The dog sells this one


Paganism is not political

This is a page from the third version of Technopagan Yearnings. There are some formatting differences. Originally published at www.neowayland.com/C65989237/E20060103044338

Faith is a personal choice. So are politics. One does not define the other.

I'm getting very annoyed with this idea of "political pagans."

If you are lucky enough not to have had this inflicted on you yet, the idea is that all real pagans are naturally progressive and green. And if you are not progressive and green, then you can't possibly be a real pagan.

I was an environmentalist before the global warming movement hijacked environmentalism. Today you can barely mention environmentalism without bowing down before the global warming altar. Everything environmental must give way to the global warming agenda. When is the last time you saw a news story about water pollution or air pollution? But I have lost track of how many stories I have seen about global warming in the last year.

And of course, if you really care about Mother Gaia and Her children (and you can hear the capitalization in their voices) you are against poverty, injustice, and war. Unless the "enemy" is a wealthy Republican, then all bets are off.

What the blazes does ANY of this have to do with Paganism?

If you are a reconstructionist, I'm willing to bet that there are gods in your personal pantheon who were not only responsible for commerce, but probably invented coinage.

And dice games. Don't forget the dice games. VERY important foundation for commerce.

Now I happen to be very political. But my politics don't come because of my faith or my Patrons. Likewise, my faith isn't defined by my politics.

There are people I identify as part-time pagans and fluffy pagans, but not because of their politics. That is because of how they treat their faith.

Posted: Mon - January 2, 2006 at 07:43 AM


Sleeping Gaia

I'd say early 1960s by the hairstyles and the dress.


Gaia returns

Another Gaia picture.

These are some of my favorites. And of course I really like the subject matter. Messy, very sexy, and Female.

Paganism is always about earthiness.

I’m a naturist in both senses of the word. Life doesn’t always need clothes. I admire the human body. I hope you can too.



Most importantly, my faith is not political.


Lady in repose

This one is obviously a god and She’s creating life



I mentioned some of my concerns, but their future is full of utopia and collective effort.


Real flows, direct from the source

Keeping the past alive


Sunfell Tech Mage Rede Nine Words Serve The Tech Mage Best Keep What Works Fix What’s Broke Ditch The Rest

A narrow slice of life, but now and again pondering American neopaganism, modern adult pagans & the World.

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