We Remain

It’s been a long time. I decided to post something here in defiance of the last few years. Like everyone else, a lot changed in 2019 and throughout 2020 especially. Now we’re well into 2021 and the world is trying to wake back up even as a darkness hovers over us. It seemed an important… Continue reading We Remain

What Is Sacred Space?

There’s a stillness out there that awaits our return. We know it when we’re young and not so busy. We feel it when it touches us, when the wind tussles our hair. The Sacred Spaces of the world call out of to us through every waking moment of every day.

Strengthening our Foundations

If we continue as PaganCentric, it will be with a very different focus and agenda. We are returning to our roots, and strengthening our foundations. Only time will tell how that will play out, and what it will mean in the larger scope of things.

Is Reincarnation Possible?

Is Reincarnation Possible? I think anything is possible. It’s always seemed absurd to me that some people get upset when you mention the possibility of reincarnation, but they believe that when you die your spirit ascends to some mystical place in the heavens where you’ll be reunited with your loved ones.

A Final Word on Saint Patrick

There is enough presumption concerning my article, Pagans and Saint Patrick’s Day: The Real Meaning of the Holiday, that I feel I should say a final word on Saint Patrick to clear a few things up. I actually had to go back and read the article again, just to confirm that I did not, in fact, refer to the Christianization of Ireland as a genocide.

It’s Not Christians I Have A Problem With

It has occasionally been said in some circles that I have a problem with Christians. It saddens me that some people believe that, because that perception is wrong. I’m not just some random provocateur on the periphery who flings aspersions at people “of faith” to bolster my own sense of superiority.

Saint Patrick’s Day 2014

It’s always fun to sit back and watch the annual brawl over our 2009 post, “Pagans and Saint Patrick’s Day: The Real Meaning of the Holiday”. There is certainly no shortage of opinions on the subject.