Pagan News of Note: Update on Vodou in Haiti, Maxine Sanders Interview, and More!

Haitian Vodou Ceremony (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty).

Welcome to the working week! I hope you're all having as good a Monday as possible. Let's start off with an important update on a previously reported story, and then move on to some Pagan news of note.Haitian Government Reassures Vodouisants in Wake of Constitutional Changes: Last week I reported on the newly-amended Haitian constitution, and an assertion from Euvonie Auguste, head of the National Confederation of Haitian Vodou (KNVA), that it removes legal protections for Vodou pra … [Read more...]

Tennessee’s “Monkey Bill” Becomes Law and other Pagan News of Note

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Top Story: On Saturday, I wrote about the impending enaction of a bill in Tennessee that could require schools to “teach the controversy” of evolution and global warming. Opposed by the ACLU, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Institute of Biological Sciences, and the Tennessee Science Teachers Association, it nonetheless was allowed to become law without the governor's signature on Tuesday."Republican Gov. Bill Haslam allowed the controversial measure t … [Read more...]

Off to FaerieCon (plus some news links)

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Tomorrow I'll be on a flight to Maryland for the 2011 FaerieCon event, at which I'll be conducting interviews, taking pictures, and moderating panel discussions (in addition to seeing Qntal in concert).Since I'm not sure I'll have enough time to blog properly while also covering the event, I've arranged a variety of guest-posters during my absence to keep the lights on here at The Wild Hunt. Tomorrow we'll be featuring a guest-post from Patheos columnist and Killing the Buddha … [Read more...]

Ukrainian Pagan Temple Attacked and other Pagan News of Note

A message of "Die Heathens" left at the site.

Top Story: A Pagan temple under construction in Poltava, Ukraine, was vandalized, and its keeper hospitalized, at the end of September, sparking waves of sadness and outrage among the global Pagan movement. M. Horatius Piscinus at the Patheos blog Religio et Pietas had the first report on October 1st, identifying it as a Nova Roma temple dedicated to Jupiter Perennus."The Kalends of September proved long and full, and now another Kalends comes upon us.  The Ides (13 Sept) celebrates the a … [Read more...]


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