A Pagan's Blog
November 2010 Archives

Wikileaks and Julian Assange have certainly caught the attention of the world, for which I applaud them.  Looking around, I discovered Assange has his own blog, and it is well worth looking through.  One of his most fascinating essays is …Read More

I went searching for some Solstice cards to send out for Yule.  To my surprise no local stores seemed to have any, so I searched around on the net.  I found some really beautiful ones at Lytha Studios.   Perhaps …Read More

UPDATE Celia Farran ,  a Pagan singer who I have raved about before on this blog will be doing two performances this December in the Bay Area.  I don’t have the time to say a lot right now as I …Read More

Writing about a Pagan take on Las Vegas and the Colorado Plateau has turned into a vastly bigger undertaking than I initially imagined.  Bigger than a single blog post – but really clarifying in helping me get a better grasp …Read More

Jonathan Zasloff at Mark Kleiman’s Reality Based Community has an interesting discussion of a passage in the Old Testament which, if taken literally, admits the Jewish God is one among many. Of course for us this comes as no surprise. But …Read More

I got up this morning on the east side of California’s Sierras and made it into Sebastopol this afternoon.  A long trip, mostly good.  While among the canyons and cliffs the web was pretty far from my mind – inconvenient …Read More

Anyone wishing something worthwhile would come out of Washington has got to be disappointed in the outcome of Tuesday’s elections.  Disappointed, but not surprised.  Even though as both a party and on almost every issue the Republicans poll begind the …Read More

I’m busy packing for two weeks on the road, starting tonight.  My hit on the election will come later – no time right now and it’s best to get a little perspective.  Have at it!

I imagine most of my readers already voted by mail or are planning to vote today.  If you are teetering on staying home because the weather sucks or the Democrats are a disappointment, remember that (in almost every case for …Read More