Tag: polytheism

New Stories of the Gods by Laine Mardollsdottir

We need new stories about the Gods. They are already being told.  Take for instance, Freyja and chocolate. There are few who worship Freyja who won’t say that chocolate would be a fine offering for Her.

Why New Gods by Aine Llewellyn

The Laetha met me when I was seventeen, in my bedroom at my father’s house. He didn’t physically appear. His presence filled the room.

Thinking Theologically… by LV Boloix

Thinking Theologically: Christian Particularism, Devotional Polytheist Particularism, and The Dynamics of Relationships Y’all wanted more theology – this is as theological as I can get! This is a paper that I wrote for my university course in Systematic Theology last semester. I was rereading it […]

Involving Deities In Your Spell-Work… by Themea Pantera

Involving Deities In Your Spell-Work: Yes, It Can Be Done Respectfully Once, apropos of nothing, while meditating with Hermes, he let loose with the following rant: “It’s not like I don’t want to help. I do. I’m helpful. I like being helpful. And I get […]

An Introduction for Religious Storytelling By Anne

We all tell stories. We have stories about ourselves, our friends, and our lives. We tell stories about our families, and our families tell stories about us. Some of these we share. Some of these we tell only to ourselves. Sometimes our mouth tells one […]