Top stories in Paganism and Shinto for October 21st – November 4th: Samhain Special – Press focus on modern witchcraft and Samhain celebrations for Halloween season New Sabrina TV series provokes mixe… Read the original article.
When I was a little girl, we didn’t really celebrate Halloween. My mum would fill the washing-up bowl with water and we’d bob for apples each year. It wasn’t a big deal like it’s become in recent year… Read the original article.
Wargaming is known more for its battleships and tanks than it is for swords and sorcery. But that’s about to change, as the publisher of World War II-themed online multiplayer games dives into … Read the original article.
Wargaming is one of the biggest forces in the gaming industry with their massive free-to-play experiences. World of Tanks, World of Warships, and World of Warplanes all deliver engaging experiences cl… Read the original article.
Every so often, a game company steps outside its comfort zone and tries something new. Or, to be more specific, it dips its toes into an old genre that is in the middle of a comeback. Wargaming … Read the original article.
Pagan Online, which is set to launch on PC in 2019, has players battling through a demonic dystopia based on “pre-Christian mythology” in a game that aims to be equal parts brutal, manic, and … Read the original article.
World of Tanks publisher Wargaming has unveiled its first new IP in a while: Pagan Online. Pagan Online is a top-down, multiplayer action RPG inspired by Diablo, with a few twists of its own. While Wa… Read the original article.
If you’re not sure what makes for good pagan gifts this the Yuletide season, a nice gift for a pagan is anything that particular person tends to like. It doesn’t need to be witchy. But if you … Read the original article.
Lots of new music by new artists in this Freak Zone offering; driving drums and pagan surrealism from Map 71; Gaye Su Akyol, the new sound of Istanbul and percussion duo Rattle. Show more Lots of new … Read the original article.
I wrote several months ago about New Testament scholar (read here and here), Ben Witherington III, and his book, A Week in the Life of Corinth. What I find most fascinating about the book is the … Read the original article.