Mark Green's Atheopaganism Blog

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A Quick Index to Resources on this Site

There’s a lot here. More than 600 posts, going back to 2014. Essays on Atheopagan values and Principles, ritual skills and techniques, ritual outlines, suggestions for seasonal celebrations of the wheel of the year, rites of passage and personal rituals. A lot of useful ideas for help with building your own Atheopagan practice.

But it’s a little daunting to navigate, and the search tools are unfortunately limited.

So this post is to help you find what you’re looking for. It doesn’t by any means index everything on the site, but it will give you access to many of the key resources here.

Getting Started–Beginning Your Practice

Page of links and key resources (guidebooks, downloads, event organizing tools, hymnal, etc.)

Atheology and Philosophy of Atheopaganism

The Atheopagan Principles; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

The Four Sacred Pillars




Rites of Passage: Initiation

Rites of Passage: Naming and Welcoming

Rites of Passage: Passage into Adulthood

Rites of Passage: Handfastings and Dissolution

Rites of Passage: Eldering

Rites of Passage: Funerary Rites

Ritual Phases: Arrival

Ritual Phases: Qualities and Intention

Ritual Phases: The Working

Ritual Phases: Gratitude and Benediction

Ritual Descriptions and Outlines

Ritual Tools and Techniques: Tools

Ritual Tools and Techniques: Public Speaking

Ritual Tools and Techniques: Drumming and Rhythm

Ritual Tools and Techniques: Singing

Ritual Tools and Techniques: Movement and Dance

Ritual Tools and Techniques: Sigils

Ritual Tools and Techniques: Talismans

Creating Your Own Wheel of the Year

Wheel of the Year: Midwinter

Wheel of the Year: Brightening

Wheel of the Year: High Spring

Wheel of the Year: May Day (or Summertide)

Wheel of the Year: Midsummer

Wheel of the Year: Dimming

Wheel of the Year: Harvest

Wheel of the Year: Hallows


  1. Idk if that’s just me but the links about creating your own wheel of the year sadly don’t lead anywhere. Like if I click on Midwinter and then on the one about the calendar it just goes to a blank website 😦
    I wanted to ask in case anybody else has the same problem.

    1. It appears that the URLs didn’t get changed when we migrated the site away from I’m working on it.

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