Monthly Archives: March 2016

Pagan, Shinto & Spiritual Book Reviews March 2016

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This month’s reviews include books on Celtic Paganism, Christo-Paganism, and a very new translation of a very old Shinto text…click here to read them all!

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Why Doesn’t Japan Celebrate Easter?

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Japan celebrates Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Halloween, so why not Easter? I explore the issue at Patheos here!

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The Path of the Free

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We must not forget that the reason why Paganism flourishes in the Western world today is because of liberty. Without exception, the only countries where Paganism, and especially witchcraft, can be practised openly are those that embrace civil liberties. [Read more…]

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Paganism and Shinto: Podcast Interview

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I have been interviewed by the lovely Rev. Gina Pond for her podcast This Week In Heresy, in which I talked about my path as a Shinto-Pagan, interfaith, and religion in Japan in general. Check it out!

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The Spring Equinox and Death

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Why is the Spring Equinox a time for remembering the dead in Japan? Click here to find out in my latest Patheos article!

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Shinto: Some Basics

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A long-overdue article on the question, “What is Shinto?” Click here to read at Patheos!

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Pagan Tama on Social Media

You can now follow updates from my Patheos Pagan blog Pagan Tama on social media!

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