New Interview with The Wild Hunt

Anybody who has attended a Pagan event in the Mid-Atlantic region has most likely encountered Irene Glasse. As the president of Frederick Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (FCUUPS) in Frederick, Maryland, and the organizer of that organization’s annual Frederick Pagan Pride Day, Glasse has contributed to numerous events and organizations in Maryland and nearby environs….

Video Tutorial: Building a Sustainable Daily Spiritual Practice

I am currently developing some video offerings.  These classes are donation based and are free to all my Patreon supporters. Here’s the first class! Building a Sustainable Daily Spiritual Practice Balancing the needs of our schedules against our desire for greater spiritual connection can be challenging. Sometimes even finding 5 minutes to ourselves seems impossible….


Remember who you are. Not the litany of name, place of work, place of residence, education, blood type, political affiliation or last dental checkup. Remember where you come from. Not the list of states and countries you’ve lived in. Remember… Singing in your bones, in your blood, is a different story.  An ancient drum taps…

Bringing in the Harvest

The Wheel of the Year just passed August 1st, a cross-quarter day for most of the Pagan world.  On August 1st, we honor the halfway mark between the Summer Solstice and the Autumnal Equinox. Two of the most common names we see for observances at this time are Lammas and Lughnassadh.  Lammas translates to loaf-mass…