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Process Pagan Worldview 

  • The World is Holy. Nature is sacred, the Divine is present in Nature
  • Reverence for ancestors, they live in us and through us
  • Everything is in process. Everything flows
  • Life is an interconnected web, everything affects everything.
  • Every action has repercussions therefore we must act carefully.
  • There are many ways of knowing
  • Harmony dances with chaos
  • Creativity happens as a partnership with Deity
  • Deity is one and many.
  • We have many possibilities in each moment yet there are passive choices and choices of “Will”

Books, Articles, and Podcasts

  • Christie, Lisa M. "Re-membering the Cosmological Self: Toward an Ecological-Postmodern Feminist Process Philosophy and Goddess Thealogy" PhD diss., California Institute of Integral Studies, 2012.
  • Christ, Carol P. She Who Changes: Re-imagining the Divine in the World. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004 .
  • Kimmerer, Robin Wall. Braiding Sweetgrass. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor Media, 2021.
  • Wise, Constance. Hidden Circles in the Web: Feminist Wicca, Occult Knowledge, and Process Thought. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008.
  • Tarnas. Richard. Cosmos and Psyche, Intimations of a New World View. NY: Plume, 2006
  • Sjöstedt-Hughes, Peter. Modes of Sentience. Cornwall, UK. TJ Books, 2021
  • A Pagan Community Statement on the Environment:


Permaculture and the Sacred: A Conversation with Starhawk

The Cobb Institute and Open Horizons: Conversations in Process: Growing Together With Trees



Footnotes To Plato: Matt Segall in Dialogue with a Whiteheadian Thelemite Vajrayanist Wiccan, Sam Webster



Directed by Iqbal Ahmed 



Order of Bards Ovates  and Druids History:


A Druid's Pilgrimage

Music and Chants

Song: All Things Change Artist: Kan'Nal Album: Dreamwalker

This song is about how nothing stays the same. It is constant motion and new things arise out of the old. 

"I’m on the verge of something, bigger than I know.

All things change. No one’s ever gonna stay the same.  

We are the verge of something bigger than we know.

Something that will rise above the ashes of the old.

None of you are gonna ever stay the same."


FAUN - Walpurgisnacht

This is a celebration and remembering of our connection to nature.
"In the meadows our dreams will ring
And the winds will sing our songs.
Let us leap over the fires with the sparks
On Walpurgis Night!"


HOLLOW by Wendy Rule

From the album Persephone, this is a song about loss. Alfred North Whitehead spoke about death and perpetual perishing. Life is change and with change comes loss.

"Grief is mine and I am hollow. The field was ripe but now is fallow."



From an Old Norse poem which survives as a handful of stanzas in Hyndluljóð, in the Poetic Edda, and as one stanza in the Gylfaginning. The old stories tell our history, they are prehensions and when we sing the lyrics, we bring them to life again.

All the witches
spring from Witolf,
All the warlocks
are of Willharm,
And the spell-bearers
spring from Swarthead;
All the ogres
of Ymir come.


Wardruna, Aurora and Oslo Fagottkor: "HELVEGEN"

This Norwegian song reminds us that though we may die, we are held in the "all" that ever was. We are held in the memory of the world along with all that has ever been.

"Cattle die,
Friends die,
So, too, must you die.
Though one thing
Never dies;
The fair fame one has earned."

Wardruna - Kvitravn (White Raven)

We receive the "lure", the "invitation", the "Awen." When we are inspired, we can turn a signal feather into wings and take flight.

"Into twilight

Lure you in

White raven

Veiled and dwelling

Let me ask!

Lend me a feather

I will turn it into white wings"

OMNIA  - Fee Ra Huri

Pure novelty

Wack fol'a day diddle dee dye doe
Je le len 'o je le la le len 'o
Fiddle daddle day diddle dee dye doe
Ho de fee ra huri
Wack fol'a day diddle dee dye doe
Je le len 'o je le la le len 'o
Fiddle daddle day diddle dee dye doe
Ho de fee ra huri


It's a relational world and all are affected by war. War leads to downfall for all. No one really wins a war. 

"If I want to talk about peace and understanding
But you only understand the language of the sword
What if I want to make you understand that the path you chose leads to downfall"

Omnia - Morrigan

The Morrigan is Goddess of the battlefield. He presence signals that some will die as always happens in war.  It's a warning that we should strive for peace. 
"Her wings embrace each strife and battle
Where swords they clash and chariots rattle
Seeking out the one whose time
Has come to take the blade
Morrigan ancient crone of war
I see your face, I'll cry no more
Morrigan ancient crone of war
Come lift me on your wings". 


The Atlantic:  The Many Faces of the Occult