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Pagan & Shinto News: Mayor Of Columbus Regrets Having Pagan Joint Conference In Rosh Hashanah

Pagan & Shinto News: Mayor Of Columbus Regrets Having Pagan Joint Conference In Rosh Hashanah September 14, 2021

Top stories of the week in Paganism and Shinto:

  • US: Mayor of Columbus regrets having Pagan Joint Conference in Rosh Hashanah
  • UK: Stonehenge project launched to repair deep lintel cracks
  • Nigeria: Father, stepmother kill 10-year-old son over ‘witchcraft’ in Akwa Ibom

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Pagan News

US: Mayor of Columbus regrets having Pagan Joint Conference in Rosh Hashanah
Ohio News Time
The office of Mayor of Columbus Andrew J. Ginther called the decision to hold a pagan event on September 7, the first day of Rosh Hashanah, “sorry” and an opportunity to attend members of the Jewish community…

US: Chicago witchcraft store owned by 2 brothers invites customers as spooky season approaches
ABC11
The witchcraft store sells everything from books of traditional to fairy witchcraft, custom charms, oils, and potions are some of the popular items at Malliway Bros…

This current witch earns $ 70,000 monthly spells, teaching witchcraft
The Health Guild
With an online store and the physical store called The Love Witch, Bambi catches the huge $ 70,000 a month…

Autumn Equinox 2021: the science behind the changing seasons
The Telegraph*
When does autumn begin, and what happens during the equinox?…

Inside world of ‘sex magic’ where modern day witches conjure intense orgasms
Daily Star
Do you believe in magic? Modern day witches certainly do – and they’re harnessing their powers in order to experience the ultimate sexual pleasure and intense orgasms…

Shinto News

Two more Chinese actors caught up in controversy over Japanese war shrines
Global Times
Two more Chinese actors have been caught up in a social media controversy over alleged photos with war shrines in Japan, just weeks after a Chinese actor was boycotted over his visit to the notorious Japanese Yasukuni Shrine…

Other News

UK: Stonehenge project launched to repair deep lintel cracks

The Guardian
Climate crisis and unsympathetic 1950s repairs have taken a toll on prehistoric structure…

UK: Jeremy Deller’s giant inflatable Stonehenge pops up at Oakley Court in Windsor
The Spaces
Jeremy Deller’s ‘stupid’ but fun inflatable Stonehenge bouncy castle has landed at Windsor’s Oakley Court…

UK: Stonehenge lookalike stone circle for sale in Devon
DevonLive
A 30ft Stonehenge lookalike stone circle is going on sale in Devon this weekend and the auctioneers admit they are looking for an ‘eccentric’ who might be interested in buying it…

‘Witch Hunts’ Past & Present

Nigeria: Father, stepmother kill 10-year-old son over ‘witchcraft’ in Akwa Ibom
Vanguard
A 10-year-old primary six pupil was reportedly killed in Ekpat Iduot village, Abak Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State by his father and stepmother, who accused him of being a ‘wizard’ and the source of their misfortunes…

Two women lynched in DR Congo over witchcraft claims
The Citizen
Congolese villagers lynched two women accused of witchcraft, adding to three people already killed for the same reason in the eastern Fizi area this year, a local official said on Monday…

India: Man beaten to death on suspicion of witchcraft
The Free Press Journal
A 28-year-old man was beaten to death allegedly by 13 villagers, who suspected him of practicing ‘black magic’ in Chhindwara district late on Monday night, police said on Tuesday…

UK: Objects that tell story of Scotland’s witch hunts go on show
The Scotsman*
A locked Gaelic prayer book said to be owned by a wizard and a set of stone charms used in curses are among items brought together to illustrate the witch hunts in Scotland…

Ghana: ActionAid builds two sanitary facilities for ‘Witches Camp’ at Gnani

News Ghana
ActionAid Ghana (AAG), a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), has built a six-seater bio-digester toilet facility and a solar-powered mechanized borehole with a standpipe for the Gnani Witches Camp in the Northern Region…

‘Witchcraft: Lawmakers are in a ‘Catch-22’ situation’
Maverick Life
‘Witch’ killings continue unabated in rural South Africa – so why has the rewriting of apartheid legislation ground to halt? Drew Forrest looks at a vexed issue for the country’s rulers…

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