Reflections on Paganism
Saturday April 9 2011 by ocean1025
In my last post, I shared a list of some “general information” posts here at the Crossroads to give you a basic understanding of Paganism.
Here I have put together a list of some of my own writings, reflecting what Paganism means to me and my own practice of it.
I hope my sharing of such gives you some food for thought.
(Graphic of painting showing a woman wearing a long dress standing outdoors over a wood fire, on which a cauldron is resting. Smoke rises up out of the cauldron.)
Here Ocean attempts to give some meaning to the messages of Paganism
(Graphic shows a cartoon of a doghouse with a cross on the roof. Inside is a big fierce-looking dog with sharp teeth. A sign next to the doghouse says “Beware of Dogma”)
Does Paganism have dogma? Ocean attempts to answer this question
(Picture of a brown bear lying down on its back in a playful mood, looking at the camera)
What we can learn from one of the Goddess’s creatures
(Graphic of a stack of books, with a tall black witch’s hat sitting on top of them)
How one can find the right books to read about Paganism