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Title: AMER Delegates Meet with Wiccans and Mystical Christians From: AMER Intelligence The Official Journal of the Alliance for Magical and Earth Religions, Volume 1, Number 1. copyright 1991 by AMER and the respective authors. All rights reserved. (Permission to reprint has been granted by AMER.) On June 29th 1991, AMER president, Chris Carlisle, and board member, Galena Price, travelled to Lexington Kentucky to address a group of Wiccans and Mystical Christians at their invitation. The event was planned and sponsored by the Christians so that all magical practitioners from the region would have an opportunity to learn more about AMER first hand, rather than from the rumor mill. Considering the maggot infested flour that the rumor mill has been known to grind out concerning AMER, it was nice to have an opportunity to present the facts. Unfortunately some of the invited groups refused to participate because they didn't want to associate with some of the others who were invited (this included both Wiccan and Christian groups), or because they disapproved of the fact that AMER doesn't discriminate against Satanists. Despite the small attendance, those present felt that the meeting was worthwhile. Many questions were asked and the attendees were pleased by the responses given by Chris and Galena. Both AMER representatives came back to St. Louis feeling very good about the accomplishments of the trip, and expressed the importance of AMER taking part in more such outreach efforts in the future. Dick Sells, a prominent member of the Chattanooga Tennessee Wiccan community, was one of the attendees and wrote very favorable comments in his newsletter, _Royal Oak_, about the meeting and about AMER and its goals as well. He advised his readers to keep an open mind about AMER. Let's hope his words are taken to heart. /end of article/


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