A Path of Celebration

In Atheopaganism, we connect with the cycles of Nature and hold holy days—Sabbaths—eight times each year to celebrate them.

Though this “Wheel of the Year” is celebrated differently by each Atheopagan and depends heavily on the nature of their particular ecological context, we can generalize that the solstices, the equinoxes, and the midpoints between them become holy moments for reflection, ritual and celebration with friends and family.

In Atheopaganism, we learn how to create rituals that work for us individually, and how to share them with others if we wish. We may draw on traditional “occult” symbols and elements, or simply use objects and symbols from Nature. It’s up to you!

A vibrant, thrilling life

Atheopagans look for the joy in living; we seek to create it for ourselves and others.

Ours is a world so rich with wonders, so rife with gifts that no amount of travel and adventure can scratch the surface of its abundance. None of us, in the space of a lifetime, can truly know what a gift it is to have arrived in existence on the multiply blessed third planet from this Sun: one of quadrillions of planets in this, the only Universe we know to exist.

For us, this life is enough.

This Sacred Earth is so, so much more than enough.

The beauty of things was born before eyes and sufficient to itself; the heartbreaking beauty

Will remain when there is no heart to break for it

—Robinson Jeffers

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