Tag Archives: Pagans

Morrigan’s Hotel

Writing in The Guardian, Alex Mar explains how making a documentary film “about a handful of fringe religious communities around the country” led her deep into the pagan world. The article is an interesting account of where the search for … Continue reading

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The Limitlessness of Self-Importance

Plus a little victimhood by proxy… A Pagan Soccer Mom writes: Friday, September 21 has been declared Covered in Light International Day. This event has been started by the group Covered in Light, a group of Pagan/Polytheist women who choose … Continue reading

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Bell, Diversity Handbook and Candle

Cross-posted over at the Corner: It’s been well over 350 years since the death of the unlikable Matthew Hopkins but should Britain ever get back into the business of hiring a Witchfinder-General (check out the 1968 movie of the same … Continue reading

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Pagan Pique

Cross-posted from the Corner: It’s not every day that I give thanks to the folks over at the Huffington Post, but today is one of those days. Take it away, Sam Stein: …A spokesperson for the neopagan network “The Witches’ … Continue reading

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