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What I did - and did not do - at the American Academy of Religion 2011 annual meeting in San Francisco
Thursday 17 November, 5.00pm
I was actually at the American Schools of Oriental Research annual meeting – an archaeology conference – at this stage, having just presented my paper for that conference. On this night…Continue
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I have just finished reading the sixth and final book in…
In 1986 I was 20 years old. Me and my then boyfriend – the person who introduced me to magick – David Mattichak, had been together for two years. Living in inner city Melbourne, we had somehow come across copies of the alternative farming publication, Grass Roots magazine, and we liked what we saw. We subsequently made a pact to move to the country no matter…Continue
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Australian Litha: 22 December: The Night sky unveils Orion the Hunter and his dogs, including Sirius the brightest star in the sky, rising in the east. Summer is Australian society’s festive time, school holidays begin and workers take time off. Down south, many native plants are flowering and fruiting, pygmy possums, kookaburras and sacred kingfishers are…
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My article, 'Walk Like An Egyptian: Egypt as Authority in Aleister Crowley's Reception of The Book of the Law', has been accepted by 'The Pomegranate: International Journal of Pagan Studies' and is currently in press and due out very soon. The reference is The Pomegranate 12.2 (2010) pp. 20-47. I will link to the journal issue as soon as it appears on the web and if you want to access the article you'll need either a subscription to the journal, to pay for…Continue
My friend Macha is doing this survey, feel free to participate. (Personally, I love surveys!)
As some of you know, Helen Berger, Henrik Bogdam, and James R. Lewis are re-doing the Pagan Census using 'Survey Monkey.' Thus far, they have received almost seven thousand responses, but less than one hundred are non-USA. They had hoped this would be an international survey, and are wondering if they can attract more international Pagans to take the questionnaire?…Continue
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Encountering Group Nudity in Witchcraft By Caroline Tully.
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Neo-Paganism is a popular and rapidly growing alternative religious practice in Australia today as witnessed by the hoards of enthusiasts attending gatherings all over the country and the many magazines dedicated to furthering informed discussion and opinion on Paganism and Witchcraft in general.
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