•August 28, 2014 • Leave a Comment
So a few days ago a friend of mine informed me that I had a small problem:
Important notice: it appears that there are a few defective copies of my book out there! One of my friends ordered from Amazon, and found that instead of getting pages 85-132 inclusive, he received a book with two sections of pages 133-180. If you are one such unlucky soul, please contact Red Wheel/Weiser customer service at email@example.com or 1-800-423-7087 with your address and they will be happy to replace your copy. Sorry for the inconvenience!
So I have decided to run a contest! If you find a misprinted copy of the book, take a picture or webcam video of you holding the book, showing me the misprinted pages, and I will send you a code for a free download of the Elemental CD with Isochronic Tones that I composed for use with the book! Link below:
Contact me via this blog (with a link,) my website, my Facebook author page, or my Twitter. Good luck!
•October 6, 2015 • Leave a Comment
•October 2, 2015 • Leave a Comment
One thing that I took away from the recent conflict in my own tradition was that a good portion of this article is useless in the Pagan community because of the way we’re structured as opposed to the way Christian church organizations are. In this article I will present solutions of how to deal with Antagonists, and suggest alternatives that may be more effective in Pagan groups. (Part 3 of 4)
Source: Seekers and Guides: How to Deal with Antagonists in Paganism
•September 21, 2015 • Leave a Comment
Sorry about the lack of posts this week — the next one in my series is taking longer than I thought it would, and I’ve been busy with Sabbat celebrations. So I thought I would share a couple of Autumn Equinox related recipes from my personal formulary.
Source: A Mabon Formulary
•September 12, 2015 • Leave a Comment
How do you recognize Antagonists in Paganism who create destructive conflict? Drawing on Kenneth C. Haugk’s book Antagonists in the Church, Sable explains how to recognize what may be the greatest threat to the success of any Pagan coven or community. (Part 2 of 4)
Source: Seekers and Guides: How to Recognize an Antagonist