Despite his lack of academic qualifications, Jon Hanna has never felt the need to invent any.
Jon has never claimed that either of his grandmothers have engaged in witchcraft or any fortune-telling more involved than putting buttons and pennies in apple-pie. Nor were either anything other than devout in their Christianity, though one did sometimes say unpleasant things about the Mercy order.
Jon has written a book, but it is rumoured to cite sources. Sightings of footnotes have even been reported.
Jon is not secretly bisexual or kinky, being quite happily up front on both counts. Disappointingly, he manages to interact socially and magically with people without trying to seduce them. Allegations of monogamy have even been made.
If there are any burnt witches or royalty in Jon's ancestry, he doesn't know about them.
Jon is pretty sure he is not the reincarnation of anyone famous. Certainly, if he is the reincarnation of one of the last millennium’s great magicians, it hasn't had any lasting effects.
Jon does have a high-tech job, but lets face it, the whole “actually, many pagans work in high-tech fields” thing is just so 1990s, isn't it?
All of which makes Jon a disgrace to witchcraft and the wider occult tradition, and this biography rather dull. I blame all this social media stuff, things were much better when witches had to make their own entertainment.
Jon, you are not dull to me at all.. I don't buy into the nonsense that runs rampent on this site.. I also enjoyed your take on the word "path" .. I hardly post anymore but I have often ranted about the use of this word.. when I came along these so called "paths" were called traditions.. and I have an intense dislike of that word "path"... I have enjoyed your posts and profile..
Thursday blessings to you. I would like to extend a special invitation to you to join me on a journey of a lifetime. A journey toward a new era of consciousness as we approach the dawning of 2012. http://www.paganspace.net/group/2012awareness