Pagan Pages is an online magazine of pagan content published by Editor-in-Chief, Jennifer Wright and her husband, Assistant Editor Benjamin Wright. The ezine's intention is to share information about pagan culture and beliefs with anyone who is interested in learning more about the faith traditions of our ancestors, and how they are still relevant and practiced today.
I am pleased to contribute to this endeavor. Though I am an Anglican, I have studied mythology since childhood, and am fascinated by the gods and goddesses of the ancients. Their worship and faith practices predate those of contemporary mainstream religions, and have much to teach us today. Many elements of pagan worship have been co-opted and absorbed by Christianity, for example.
My March contribution to Pagan Pages is about Ostara, the Anglo Saxon goddess of Spring.
My April contribution to Pagan Pages is about Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love and Beauty. One correction here. The URL for the You Tube images of Aphrodite is here. I apologize for this error.
My May contribution to Pagan Pages is The May Queen.
My June contribution to Pagan Pages is The Goddess of Summer Solstice.
My October contribution to Pagan Pages is Cerridwen, Goddess of Halloween.
My February contribution to Pagan Pages is Journey Toward the Light: Imbolc and Candlemas.
My May contribution to Pagan Pages is Mothers.
My June contribution to Pagan Pages is Pot Gardens