Dr. Eric Steinhart draws on his philosophical background to create a naturalistic foundation for the Pagan Wheel of the Year. To better understand axiarchism, the philosophy on which Dr. Steinhart draws to create a Naturalistic Pagan theology, see Part 1 and Part 2 of his essay “Axiarchism and Paganism”.
At Mabon, light and darkness come into balance again; but this balance trends downwards, so that the darkness triumphs over the light. But the light was life. Mabon thus marks the second harvest, which is the biological harvest. At Mabon, all life on earth has gone extinct. The sun has incinerated our planet. Much worse, all life in the universe has gone extinct. Every suffering organism, including every organism on any planet in our entire universe, has made its prayers, and the species of every organism has made it prayers; and the answers to all these prayers have been…
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