We offered up the dead to God as thanks for all our power.Read more "Remembering Sorrow"
When it came,the storm was an afterthought.We were long gone.The ‘scrapers claimed by climbersand moss and other green,and rust as well, becausewhen them winds howledthe groaning, empty boardroomsgave way to long-awaited ruin.It is the state of things.The old is ruins nowand vagabonds still pick whatever’sleft of yesterday’s metropolis.They sell that junk at market:a pound of […]Read more "Remaining"
I actually do respect Witchbody and the work that Sabrina Scott has attempted to do within its pages. It is a worthwhile read despite all these criticisms. But, perhaps, as the author suggests in the Introduction, let it find you mysteriously, rather than participating in the global economic system that destroys the environment it seeks to protect.Read more "Thinking With Witchbody"
The Amazon has been burning now for weeks, and the American news media has only just started to notice. The news hit my social media sometime last weekend because I specifically follow many activist groups in Brazil facing off against Bolsonaro’s facism. It more broadly hit everywhere else today, August 21. Along with that, comes […]Read more "Praying for What?"
I want to address the rampant cognitive dissonance and psychic trauma of our times. For, it seems, there is no way to bring our present state of political and ecological crisis into alignment. Most of us are aware of the climate crisis unfolding, along with the Sixth Mass Extinction already underway. To pagans, these are […]Read more "Alignment: Beyond the Surface"
When do we chose ourselves? When do we find “that quiet place still inside” us and ask how to continue the quest?Read more "Choosing Yourself"
I’m writing this second post in a day (rare) because I was struggling earlier about my feelings about the different labels for the current geologic epoch. Many say we’re in the Anthropocene, as in the Epoch of Man. Donna Haraway has brilliantly argued for/against/with this, as well as the Capitalocene as the Epoch of Capital, […]Read more "Transcending Timelines: Concurrent Cenes & Blurred Boundaries"