Mark Green's Atheopaganism Blog

Living an Earth-Honoring Path Rooted in Science

An Atheopagan Life: Observances Around the Year (Sept/Oct)

Autumn on the North Coast of California is an odd time. Our climate is a Mediterranean-style cycle of winter rains and a completely dry summer, and the transitional seasons are subtle in character. In fall, we experience the hottest period of the year, as while summer mornings are characterized by…

Read More

An Atheopagan Rosary

I’ve been thinking about personal practices. They vary; for some, having a community of like-minded peers and going to a seasonal celebration of all or most of the 8 festivals around the year fulfills what they seek out of a religion. Others like to do…

Read More