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Racists Are Threatening to Take Over Paganism

Racists Are Threatening to Take Over Paganism

The growing presence of racists in American Pagan communities threatens to tear the faith apart.

Bone & Sickle, a new macabre podcast by Al Ridenour

Krampus LA co-founder (and occasional BB guest blogger) Al Ridenour is taking a stab at podcasting with Bone & Sickle, a show that "celebrates the intertwining of horror and folklore." :Like my
Interview: Dr. Karl E H Seigfried talks Ásatrú, Heathenry and beards

Interview: Dr. Karl E H Seigfried talks Ásatrú, Heathenry and beards

A few weeks back, we pushed out a post about the fact that Heathens serving in the U.S. Army are now allowed to sport a beard as part of their faith. In the story, I mentioned that a group that stands
Baphomet embroidery and other marvels

Baphomet embroidery and other marvels

Zeynep Marr creates wonderful work in needle and thread. Here's an embroidered and framed Baphomet, yours for $400; see also geisha, dragon girl, and Care Bears.

British shopping center creates Christmas tree out of Remembrance Day poppies

Britain, like most of western Christendom, celebrates Christmas with ornamented trees. The British mark Remebrance Day for World War I on November 11 by wearing paper poppies. A shopping mall in

A Krampus Carol to remind you of why rotten kids should be wary this season

Anthony Bourdain left us earlier this year, but the joy he found in the world's many cultures and traditions will always be around for us to savor. In this quick holiday story, written by Bourdain,

Merry Witchmas: Paganism, witchcraft and the holidays

Every year, millions of people all across the world celebrate Christmas, and it is easily one of the most popular holidays. For many people, the history of Christmas is directly associated with the
New horror movie 'Midsommar' makes a clearer call for Christianity to save the culture than many churches do

New horror movie 'Midsommar' makes a clearer call for Christianity to save the culture than many churches do

Warning: Spoilers abound in the following column if you haven't seen the movie "Midsommar" yet.I have no idea about the worldview of filmmaker Ari Aster, but if I didn't know any better, I'd think his