What is Double Faith?

Kind of an interesting question, depending on perspective. Because I’m sure there could be at least a dozen answers I could come up with–and that does not begin to count the answers other people could give at the exact same time. – and most of them are not the historical phenomenon I am actually talking […]

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On the label for Slavic Polytheism

I’ve stated several times before that I identify strictly as a Slavic Polytheist. Not as a Rodnover, not as a follower of “native faith”…not even a Slavic pagan. There’s a reason for that, which I’ve been grappling with for a while. See, Rodnovery (and any of the linguistic names) is extremely problematic for me. I […]

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On Christianity and Being a Pagan

(Bonus note: this is post 200 on my blog! I’m glad that you guys are still around, reading this) I’ve mentioned before that I grew up in a, well basically agnostic household. Which does lead to a pretty amusing story into how I got religion at all. But that does not mean that Christianity was […]

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Rosenkränze

Ich habe die Rosenkränze in Deutschland und Frankreich gesammelt. Viermal–von der Kirchen, die ich besucht habe. Oder 3 Kirchen und einmal ein Papstbesuch in Freiburg. Egal, am wichtigsten ist, dass ich die Rosenkränze gesammelt habe. Meine Familie (oder einer Teil davon) war katholisch.

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Some Sort of Holiday

So I’ve a rant to share. It’s Memorial Day in the States today. I’m sure glad that I can even write something like this. In some places I couldn’t. There’s just how the US works things, so I suppose it is good. Then again…I also despise certain parts of this holiday. No, I’ll rephrase that, […]

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