John Beckett


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The Victory of Lugh

Lugh spoke to the Tuatha De Danann and put strength in them, so that each had the spirit of a king or a great lord. He heartened them to fight well, for it was better for them to die protecting their

2 days ago

Paganism Pagan gods and goddesses polytheism Morrigan Lammas Lugh Lughnasadh Balor Dagda Evil Eye

Why What I Am Takes So Many Words To Describe

There is no single term that completely and accurately describes the religion I practice. Since last fall, I’ve occasionally described it as “ancestral, devotional, ecstatic, oracular, magical, public

4 days ago

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The 8 of Cups, or, I Like It Here Why Do I Have To Leave?

There’s no need for a grand exit… or a grand entrance. Just decide to leave those eight cups behind and head for the edge of the map, as you know it. And when you get to the edge, keep going.

6 days ago

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The Leadership of Lugh – A Response To Oppression

When the Tuatha De Danann first came to Ireland they were oppressed by the Fomorians, who ruled the land. For a while they put up with it, for fear that those in power might make things even worse. Bu

1 week ago

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An Oath to the Morrigan

What happens after you find a God? Sometimes we’re called to priesthood. Sometimes they just want your devotion. And sometimes, the relationship is a constantly-changing journey. This is the story of

1 week ago

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