Pagan Publisher Peter Paddon Suffers Serious Heart Attack

Pagan Publisher Peter Paddon Suffers Serious Heart Attack September 26, 2012

Word has come to us that Peter Paddon, author of “A Grimoire for Modern Cunning Folk,” and founder of Pendraig Publishing, suffered a serious heart attack on Monday. Here’s the official press release sent to me by a member of his tradition:

Peter Paddon

“Well known Pagan publisher, podcaster, teacher and Cunningman Peter Paddon suffered a serious heart attack on Monday. He was admitted to a local hospital in Los Angeles and underwent a successful surgical procedure but is still in critical condition in the CICU. His wife Linda and members of his tradition request prayers and healing from the Pagan community to help speed his recovery.”

As the release notes Paddon is still in critical condition, and prayers for his recovery are appreciated. We will keep you updated on further developments, and would like add our voice to those hoping for his quick and speedy recovery. For those wanting to learn more about Paddon and his work, please visit his official blog.

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8 responses to “Pagan Publisher Peter Paddon Suffers Serious Heart Attack”

  1. Peter is an extraordinary contribution to the pagan community, both locally & worldwide. We are blessed that he is resilient, & that he received appropriate medical attention very quickly.

  2. I dearly hope Mr. Paddon makes a speedy and complete recovery. I am an enormous fan of Pendraig Publishing; lots of stuff gets published there that would never see the light of day in other, more mainstream Pagan presses.

  3. Thanks to all the prayers and support Peter is awake and doing much better now, but he is still far from well at this time.

  4. Peter is the publisher of my book SCOTTISH HERBS AND FAIRY LORE I hope everyone who reads this will light a candle, stir the cauldron, or say a prayer for his quick recovery!

  5. Update: He is doing better and smiling and making jokes. It will be a gradual recovery, but it looks good as of now. He is stable enough that he is being transferred to another hospital. Keep up those prayers folks, it is working!