Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by John Opsopaus, author of the new Secret Texts of Hellenic Polytheism.
A venerable sage practicing a revival of ancient Greek Paganism in the fifteenth century, his plan for a spiritual rebirth of the West, a secret order spreading his ideas among intellectuals and even within the church, his hidden book discovered after his death and partly burned: these might be the elements of an exciting story, but they are from the life of George Gemistos (c.1355–1452), who called himself by the Pagan name "Plethon." He was the foremost Platonic philosopher of his time, and he based his religion on Platonism, which offered the most developed Pagan
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lauren Walker, author of the new Energy to Heal.
We tend to think that we are smart, rational people. We make decisions based on logic, sometimes doing pro/con lists, just to make sure that we're making the right choice. If we're feeling emotional, we often put a decision off, making sure we're calm, centered, and grounded first. But the truth is, those emotions tell us everything, and your emotional state affects your health more deeply than anything else. Eat a lot of green smoothies, cut out dairy and red meat, stop eating sugar—but if you're still stressed out, angry, or depressed, your health will suffer.
Emotions are what propel
Tarot Priestess: Using the Cards to Heal, Grow, and Serve by Leeza Robertson
Begin an incredible journey that unites your deepest self, your beloved tarot cards, and your destiny. Walking the priestess path is exciting, demanding, and most of all, healing. Let’s take a look at what to expect from this experience (excerpt from the book):
Tarot as the Path, Initiation and Temple
This book is structured to give you a framework to connect your tarot practice back to the goddess and recommit your feet to the priestess path. The chapters of this book walk you through three priestess gateways, four goddess temples and introduces you to the four stages of the initiation process. Some
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kerri Connor, author of several books, including the new CBD for Your Health, Mind & Spirit and Spells for Good Times.
For the past almost 19 years now, I have been running a pagan group from my home. In 2020, we decided to legalize the group with the government and turn it into a fully recognizable church. It took me a long time to make the decision to make The Gathering Grove into its own legal entity—well over a decade. When the bookstore I was working at closed in August 2019, I decided to start writing more, focusing on what I always wanted to do. The group and I soon decided it was finally time to take things to the next level. It