Time after time: Transforming present-day polytheist religious thought, practice and place through modalities of time

Rynn Fox

Christian ideas of time underpin Western U.S. culture: time is linear with a definitive beginning and (apocalyptic) end. The lack of awareness of indigenous, historical and cultural modes of time, severely limits the understanding of contemporary polytheists working to make sense of and work with historical materials. This lecture aims to provide basic frameworks for dismantling present-day Western ideas of time, place, modernity, human progress, history and more by illuminating how some ancient polytheist religions and indigenous traditions understand time.




About Rynn Fox

Rynn Fox is a Priest of the Morrigan and Polytheist cultic devotee of the Tuatha Dé Danann. Her proficiencies are many: ritualist, possessory medium, sacrifice priest-in-training, wordsmith, poet, mystic and Witch (both terms of the contemporary and older usages of the word). Co-founder of the Coru Cathubodua Priesthood, she served as their Chief and is now a former member. In the forests of the Pacific Northwest she dwells with her mate and a host of Gods and spirits.