Fungi Technology in Solarpunk

Solarpunk works give a lot of emphasis to plants, and that’s great because plants are incredible and fascinating and amazing. Their presence in our environment makes humans mentally and physically healthier. But you know what else is just as cool? Fungi. Mycelia. Mushrooms These members of the third main branch of the tree of life

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Cool Finds: esoteric politics

Cool finds for Wednesday 6th February So Part of why I started this blog was because I wanted to create a place that blended the politics, aesthetics and ideas of Solarpunk with the frameworks and ideas and concepts offered in paganism. Its a pretty rare combination, but its something which can actually have some really

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New years and retrospection: How ritualizing retrospection and long-term thinking is helpful

As I’ve grown older, I’ve learnt to appreciate new years more and more. Mostly because it means for a few days self reflection becomes the norm. Not just individually, but collectively as a society. Media of all stripes becomes filled with articles and programs looking back on the past year as a collective whole, trying

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The Internet Archive Documentary

A great free documentary I stumbled across on peertube. I do not own any of this material and am distributing it under the creative commons liscence Directed by Jonathan Minard Cinematography by John Behrens, Alexander Porter, and Fearghal O’dea Produced at the Internet Archive on October 22-26, during the Books in Browsers Conference and 10

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My Fist Samhain

So this is my first year fully celebrating Samhain with a pagan practice. Now I had always lit a candle out of a vague sense of something should be done to mark the night, but this year is the first time I’m doing a small ritual and alter to honor the dead and select gods.

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