I’m putting this here because I think its something that any of us that ascribe to Pagan beliefs has to think about at some time. Sacrifice. History. Humanity. The religions of early man weren’t pretty by modern standards. What does that mean for us? Where do we draw our line in the sand with a reverence for history in our paths? How has modernity changed our humanity and our religiousity?
July 19, 2012
Occasionally doting wife, damn proud momma of two adorable children, veteran of the United States Navy, semi-steampunk bohemian beach addict from middle America, Civil War reenactor and Victorian natural history aficionado, canoeing and kayaking and paddleboarding fanatic, Unitarian Universalist and pantheistic Pagan, devotee of various aquatic deities, and practitioner of bioregional witchery View all posts by thalassa
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