Mark Green's Atheopaganism Blog

Living an Earth-Honoring Path Rooted in Science


That’s right, we need your help! Atheopaganism is growing, and our activities are growing, too. We need some volunteers to help lighten the load. I’m so happy to report that we have teams working on an in-person gathering for Atheopagans, to be held in the…

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Deep Paganism

Thinking a lot today about deep Paganism: what it means to live in the world a fundamentally different way, in connection and relationship with and celebration of Life and reality. In wisdom, and generosity and kindness, in joy and pleasure, and in responsibility and respect. At that level, Paganism isn’t…

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Some Ritual Etiquette

Once upon a time, long, long ago, people would gather in groups for social interaction. They had parties, attended performances and sporting events, and some of them, the Pagan ones, held group rituals. Perhaps soon, they will begin doing such things again. In the hope of that happy day,…

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Please Join Us for Zoom Events!

The Atheopagan community holds a variety of events on Zoom for fellowship, conversation, and even planning and conducting online rituals. Here are some of the events coming up: Saturday Zoom Mixer: Weekly on Saturdays at 10:15 AM Pacific Time. We discuss pertinent topics, plan rituals for the Sabbaths, and…

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AtheopaganCon: An Aspiration [POSTSCRIPT: We did it!]

For some time now, folks online and in the Zoom chats have referred now and again to “APCon”, an imagined in-person gathering where we can meet, discuss our path, socialize, and share community. Real hugs (with consent, of course)! With the vaccine coming online and hope beginning to stir about…

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Meet the Atheopagan Society Council!

This year, terrible as it has been in so many ways, has seen Atheopaganism evolve to a new level. We have created a legal entity which can carry on the work of the path beyond the life span of any individual: The Atheopagan Society. This nonprofit corporation is as remarkable…

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