REVIEW (periodical) PAGANUS 11465, RICHMOND VA. 23230 Reviewed by Jukno Since moving to Vi

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REVIEW (periodical) PAGANUS 11465, RICHMOND VA. 23230 Reviewed by Jukno Since moving to Virginia I have found this wonderful Pagan newsletter that I wanted to tell the "folks back home" about. Paganus is a small one-person operation edited by Micheal Warhol, High Priest of one of our local covens here. Why am I so excited about it? Because it is truly UNIQUE. It gets into the philosophical questions that underlie the various Pagan beliefs and practises. It is more than a look at "how to" be a Pagan it goes into the "Why" of it all. It dares to be controversial and I can't say I agreed with everything I saw in it. But I can certainly say that everything I saw in it made me think. It made me look at the implications of what I was doing. The issue I read had an article entitled "Fun Mentalist Wicca" (that is not a title) that would be enjoyed by any of our Harvest readers familliar with the Wombat Wicca practised by certain folks in the Northeast. It presented a very different approach to the Craft, but nevertheless a very valid one. Another article was an interview with the local priest/ess - hood of the covens in this area (only 2 so far, but give us time folks - we are in the bible belt here!) on topics such as Karma, Life-after-Death, free-will or lack of it, etc. While they didn't agree completely, they did present a most thorough look at WHY they believed as they did. This newsletter has a refreshing new approach and I highly reccomend it as a change for anyone - especially if you are beginning to get a little bored with the Craft and other Magickal or Ritual practises. Right now he is operating on a donation basis, but he may have to begin charging in the near future.


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