The Power of Community

I recently completed a week-long course in timber framing at the Fox Maple School of Traditional Building in Brownfield, Maine. It was a very demanding and intense six days of learning and hard work. Although it was exhausting, I am so pleased I took it. The inspiration I have from participating in such an event …

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About The Author
Snowhawke

Snowhawke is a druid priest and a native of Maine. He is a student and colleague of Emma Restall Orr, completing her year-long Living Druidry course in the Cotswolds, England in 2006. In his role as a druid priest he is actively involved with pagan prison ministry and is on the Board of the Maine Pagan Clergy Association. He is also the co-founder of the Druid College - A Center for Nature-based Spirituality.

Naughty Pagans Year 3

On Saturday, September 15, the Naughty Pagan Project unveiled the latest in their collection of sexy, serious, and silly photos of local Pagans. This year’s themes included feminist re-imaginings of fairy-tales, tongue-in-cheek stagings of famous photos, deities, animal totems, and (as always!) men in kilts. The project, spanning three years and including nearly 100 Pagans …

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WalkingTree

WalkingTree is an active practitioner of “buffet-style” Paganism and a resident of Bangor, Maine. She is President of the Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Association, Ringleader for the Naughty Pagan Photo Project, and in her third (and final) year of the Iseum Musicum with the Temple of the Feminine Divine. She also plays trumpet with Six Basin Street, an all-women’s Dixieland band.

Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Day

On Saturday, October 13 from 1-5PM at the Herbert Sargent Community Center in Old Town, ME, Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Association proudly presents the 3rd annual Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Day! All ages, faiths, flavors, and perceived experience levels are welcome to attend. Admission is a non-perishible food item or an item from the Bangor Ronald …

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About The Author
WalkingTree

WalkingTree is an active practitioner of “buffet-style” Paganism and a resident of Bangor, Maine. She is President of the Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Association, Ringleader for the Naughty Pagan Photo Project, and in her third (and final) year of the Iseum Musicum with the Temple of the Feminine Divine. She also plays trumpet with Six Basin Street, an all-women’s Dixieland band.

Psyche’s Playground

It is easy to get overwhelmed by all the choices in divination methods when you are seeking to connect and receive advice from the spirit realm. In this new column, I hope to share reviews of a variety of divination tools and methods of use. Review: Life Purpose Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue At first …

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Poppy

Poppy tries to live authentically and in the moment. She shares her life with her dashing husband, darling daughter and curious kitty. She is a Maine native, but is currently living "away." She is a devotee of Hera, and adores birds, forests, and the wind. Please visit her blog Indigo Hourglass.

The Weaving: A Pagan Rite of Vision – October 2012

Song lines entwine. Ancient stories, ever new on misty breath. Air feeds sacred Fire, Warming our hearts and giving honor to our elders. Ancestors called to witness. Dancers whirl. Soul touching Soul touching Soul, we weave a Pagan place. Our tribe prays for Vision. I wrote the poem above as I sat dreaming of a …

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Snowhawke

Snowhawke is a druid priest and a native of Maine. He is a student and colleague of Emma Restall Orr, completing her year-long Living Druidry course in the Cotswolds, England in 2006. In his role as a druid priest he is actively involved with pagan prison ministry and is on the Board of the Maine Pagan Clergy Association. He is also the co-founder of the Druid College - A Center for Nature-based Spirituality.

Turning Over a New Leaf: How to Get Organized

With the arrival of autumn comes the impulse to get organized and be productive. At this time of year, our ancestors were gathering the harvest, working to store it for the winter, and readying themselves for the start of the cold winter months. In modern culture, many families are affected by the start of the …

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Starcat

Starcat is an author, book midwife, leader of transformational writing retreats, and licensed Pagan priestess. She has been actively exploring her eclectic Pagan path for more than two decades. She follows a self-created path flavored with Reclaiming-style witchcraft and Buddhist practices. Starcat blogs at Starcat's Corner.