Storm Faerywolf writes on the power of names, labels, and personae - and especially of "Queer," a magical name for an entire community.
Continue reading Opinion: Labels, Names, and Magical Community at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Storm Faerywolf
Alan D.D. remembers a teacher who has recently crossed the veil.
Continue reading Column: The Well of the Priest at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Alan D.D.
Alan D.D. recuerda a un maestro que cruzó el velo recientemente.
Continue reading Columna: El Pozo del Cura at The Wild Hunt.
New research at Poverty Point shows more advanced political and social structures than previously thought.
Continue reading Uncovering the Past: Poverty Point, Native American Monumental Complex at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Sean McShee
The U.S. Mint released the designs for their five new American Women Quarters Program set to be available next year.
Continue reading U.S. Mint introduces plan for five new coins in American Women Quarters Program at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Star Bustamonte
A figurine of the Goddess Venus dating to 200 C.E. was discovered near Gloucestershire on site being cleared for development that was likely a Roman settlement in antiquity.
Continue reading Roman-Era statue of Venus found in England at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Manny Tejeda-Moreno
In this week's Pagan Community Notes: Sami People request the return of a cultural artifact, Parliament of Wolrd Religions set to begin, national holiday petition for Brigid's Day, Boji the dog, and more news.
Continue reading Pagan Community Notes: Week of October 11, 2021 at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: The Wild Hunt
TWH visits the Pietas Community's Temple to Jupiter in Rome and interviews the Religio Romana organization's leader and pontifex maximus, Giuseppe Barbera Hermes Helios.
Continue reading Spotlight on Traditions: An evening with Pietas – Comunità Gentile at The Wild Hunt.
What starts as a lesson in spinning wool into yarn turns into a rumination on identity, building a life, and the goddess Frigg.
Continue reading Column: Wyrd-Spinner at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Luke Babb
U.S. President Biden announced today that Monday, in addition to celebrating Columbus Day, will mark Indigenous Peoples' Day, the first time the holiday has been recognized nationally.
Continue reading Biden proclaims October 11 as Indigenous Peoples’ Day at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Eric O. Scott
The euthanasia of a rare white deer in the urban of Bootle last week has angered and disappointed Pagans in the U.K. and abroad.
Continue reading Killing of a rare white stag in England upsets some Pagans at The Wild Hunt.
Content Creator: Liz Williams
As the flow of the Colorado river continues to dwindle, the impact is felt across the region, affecting all of those who depend on it for a variety of needs.
Continue reading Round-up of far-reaching impact of a dwindling Colorado River at The Wild Hunt.