In this week’s Pagan Community Notes, the US EPA approves a pesticide potentially affecting bees/wildlife, First Nations raise environmental concerns in BC , new one-woman-show about the actress who played the “Wicked Witch” in the Wizard of Oz, and more!
Pagan Community Notes: Suspected embezzlement reported by Maine Pagans, Wiccan prisoner loses federal appeal, and more!
PORTLAND, Maine – Last week, two groups, the Maine Pagan Community and The Order of Maine Druidry, published a public post on social media informing the Pagan and affiliated communities of financial discrepancies uncovered in an audit of EarthTides Pagan Network (ETPN). An Open Letter to the Pagan and Greater Communities
As elders and leaders in the Pagan community, we are obligated to look to the welfare of our community, new seekers and long-term members, of all our varied traditions. We also have a responsibility to the State and our non-Pagan neighbors, friends, and fellow citizens. With this responsibility in mind, we are obligated to report a serious crime and breach of trust. A recent audit of EarthTides Pagan Network’s finances revealed the unauthorized withdrawal of thousands of dollars.
Pagans have long been drawn to the Burning Man festival and its community, but for many, actually attending the festival has been an unlikely dream. A new traveling Smithsonian exhibit now hopes to bring Burning Man to museums across the United States.
Today, in the Northern hemisphere we honor the abundant light and in the southern hemisphere, the returning light.
Uncovering the Past: Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, and Viking Funerary Practices and Peruvian Guinea Pig Sacrifices
TWH reports on some of the most recent archaeological finds that may be reflective of ancient Pagan practices.
Pagan Community Notes: Blood Tribe wins ruling, Witches prominent in mainstream media stories, and more!
The stories most impactful for the various Pagan, Polytheist, and Heathen communities this week.