Due to many changes in life, Nemed Cuculatii, as a coven, has ceased to function. There are, at present, no plans for its revival as anything other than an occasional ritual group celebrating within the structure of the New England … Continue reading →
I was involved in a short discussion earlier today with some friends on Twitter, and one mentioned a cross-stitch piece that one of her aunts had. I thought the piece was wonderful, and decided to see if I could find … Continue reading →
When does religious freedom mean freedom for only some religions? The Wild hunt: The Fight For Christian Prayers at Non-Christian Veteran Burial Services Interesting article – it brings up some very valid points for and against organized religion. Speaking as … Continue reading →
Clemeth Ray Saylor Beloved friend Born: Sep. 19, 1953; died July 30, 1994 You will never be forgotten.
What is Community? We hear the words “Craft Community” and “Pagan Community” bandied about like so much cottonwood fluff on the winds of spring, yet no one seems to have an idea of what a community really is. Is a … Continue reading →
EDIT: in reviewing this post, I realized that in the nearly 20 years since it was penned, some of our language styles and uses have changed. It will be updated for more clarity at the earliest opportunity. ~Ashleigh, 30 … Continue reading →
An Unpaid Political Announcement (For more on a somewhat related topic, please see Pagan Voters.) “One thing, however, is certain. Although we may never know with complete certainty the identity of the winner of this year’s Presidential election, the … Continue reading →