Favorite “E” PBP Posts
Eclectic(ism) Sulischild tries to balance an eclectic path while being aware of cultural appropriation, and also ponders views of disability in ancient Celtic cultures. Australis Incognita on using red brick dust (a tradition from New Orleans voodoo)
Ehwaz– Musings of Huginn & Muninn
Eithne– Caer writes about the mother of Lugh
Elders– Donald Reese-Engstrom “I have noticed that we are of a variety of opinion on this topic. Therefore, I encourage us all to closely examine our own understandings of the roles of an ‘elder’ and then to engage in dialog with one another with clear eyes, open minds, and compassionate hearts.”
Elsewhere– Refreshing to see a skeptical (yet open) look at otherworldly/astral travel
Enheduanna– Mistress of the Hearth writes about a talented Sumerian priestess
Entitlement– Cave of Night (I considered writing about this myself!)
Eolas– Scathcraft shares insights on the pros and cons of oral and written tradition (in French, translation link on site)
Eostre– Aiwelin on the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring and the dawn
Erlkonig– Cry of the Cicada writes of a German song by Schubert poem by Goethe based on Danish folklore of the Erlkonig (Elf/Alder King) a luring personification of Death
Eriu- Goddess of Ireland by New Pagan
Ethics: Beyond the Intersection of Non-Harm & Return– Ci Cyfarth challenges the assumption that all pagans believe in the Three-fold Law of Return (or karma or something similar) and proposes alternative ethical ideas.
Eye of the Needle– Magickal Pen uses the metaphor of sewing tips on maintaining a balanced spiritual practice
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