Canadian Affirms Oath of Citizenship on Pagan ‘Holy Book’

via Pagan+politics There is no act more political in nature than making an oath of citizenship to a nation. On Tuesday, Melissa Gold, a Pagan living in Canada did just that.   Like many new Canadian citizens, she did so with her hand resting on a book containing stories, poems, and hymns sacred to her … Continue reading

Out – Keeping it casual

The way that I came out as a Pagan did not involve choosing a particular time, place, persons, or persons. As strange it sounds, it never occurred to me to keep it secret. In 1991, I discovered that the ideas and values described in the book Drawing Down the Moon by Margot Adler applied to … Continue reading

Out – Police Station

The first time I came out to anyone besides my husband, son, and a few very close friends happened in a police station in Austin, Minnesota. I was on a yahoo list for area Pagans and one of the new persons posting was raising every red flag there was when it came to pedophile.  Although … Continue reading