Quick Notes: Halloran Goes to Israel, Salem’s Memorial Rededicated, and Stonehenge on Fire

Just a few quick news notes to start off your Monday.A Heathen in the Holy Land: New York Republican congressional candidate  Dan Halloran, who also happens to be a Theodish Heathen, is currently in Israel for a two-day visit where he'll meet with Israeli leaders. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ik4v0suIqjM"The city councilmember is running in the Sixth Congressional District, which covers parts of Queens and has a large Jewish population. His trip is scheduled to include meetings with I … [Read more...]

Quick Notes: Wiccan Murderer Sentenced, Wiccan Teen Attacked, and Lighting Up Stonehenge

Just a few quick news notes for you on this Saturday.Wiccan Murderer Sentenced: The sensationalism-drenched case of Angela Sanford, a Wiccan who killed Joel Levya in what some media described as a ritualistic sacrifice, has finally come to an end.  Sanford plead no contest to second-degree murder in August, and was today sentenced to 20 years in prison. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vuISkSRpLY"Angela Sanford was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Friday for her connection to the de … [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...]

What’s the Best Way to Protect Our Pagan Past?

The Parthenon atop the Acropolis in Athens.

Whether revived, re-imagined, reconstructed, or revealed, modern Pagan religions all look to our collective pre-Christian past for inspiration, connection, understanding, and a sense of continuity. Because of this phenomenon, many Pagans follow the world of archaeology very closely, both for new information, and to monitor the preservation of objects and artifacts that reach back to a time when pagan religions were the dominant expression of faith. When the Egyptian revolution started, many Pa … [Read more...]


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