Mark Green's Atheopaganism Blog

Living an Earth-Honoring Path Rooted in Science

MULLED WINE–a Poem for the Yule Season

It begins where the smoke hits your eyes: smouldering peat, Mutton stew on a broad iron hook, Deep snow. How can it ever have been summer? Apples wrinkling and mice in the barley— With so much to fear, thank the gods for company! We’ll tell our…

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An Atheopagan Hymnal

This collection provides songs and invocations for use in Atheopagan rituals. All rights reserved to authors of the works, but distribution for non-commercial uses is permitted. This is a work in progress, and will be further updated. Enjoy!…

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An Atheopagan Ritual Primer

New off the press, An Atheopagan Ritual Primer. All you need to know to get started doing your own Atheopagan rituals. EDIT 2022: Now in its 5th edition!…

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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…

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An Atheopagan Prayer

Praise to the wide spinning world  Unfolding each of all the destined tales compressed   In the moment of your catastrophic birth Wide to the fluid expanse, blowing outward   Kindling in stars and galaxies, in bright pools…

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