Date: 11-08-89 10:48 To: All Subj: AMER People from a tremendous variety of magical tradit

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Date: 11-08-89 10:48 From: Brad Hicks To: All Subj: AMER People from a tremendous variety of magical traditions in the St. Louis area have finally decided that we've come under heavy attack often enough that we've got to stand up for each other. The result: the Alliance for Magical and Earth Religions. Until AMER gets enough money to spare some for P.O. Box rental, they're using mine: 11220 West Florissant, Suite 288, Florissant, MO 63032. Over the next week, I'm going to be putting a lot of stuff about AMER or by AMER into the Metaphysical echo; I'd appreciate it if you read it. In the mean-time: I have applied for and been approved for a group membership in AMER on behalf of MagickNet. This doesn't mean that everybody who reads MagickNet is automatically a member; it means that MagickNet has been around long enough that AMER is willing to extend a group discount to interested members. Interested contributors should contact me for more information: in a nut-shell, you'll need to fill out a simple membership form and send in $5.00. That'll get you certain rights which will become clearer when I post the Articles and Bylaws: the short form is that it gets you every financial statement, at least quarterly (probably monthly), all of our published literature, and the right to make proposals for projects to the Board of Directors which MUST, by our bylaws, be considered and if approved, we MUST try to match your proposal with our list of volunteers and (if necessary) begin raising funds for it. Please in particular read the Statement of Purpose in Metaphysical now. -- J. Brad Hicks Public Information Officer, AMER Coordinator, MagickNet --- Sirius 0.50 --- ConfMail V4.00 * Origin: WeirdBase * St. Louis, MO * 1-314-741-2231 * (1:100/523)


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