In a dream come true for Longview resident Emerald MacGregor-Rios, one of city’s newest retailers targets a different market than most: pagans. Ashes and Embers is a “metaphysical, spiritual … Read the original article.
DUAL AFL premiership coach-turned-real estate agent Denis Pagan is selling his Carlton childhood home on behalf of a developer, who’s transformed it into a high-end townhouse. DUAL AFL premiership coa… Read the original article.
Only 33 percent of the members have trust in the Church. The National State Church has been losing members in recent months, with 2,029 members departing the church in 2018 alone. While there are … Read the original article.
It’s common for actors to talk about the similarities they share with their characters — and it’s a clever publicity tool to unite the two in the audience’s eyes. But Lisa Soper, the … Read the original article.
What was the festival like, when did it take place, and what happened? But what was it, when did it take place, and what happened? In the Celtic days, Britain was a Pagan country – and one of the most … Read the original article.
Top stories in Paganism and Shinto for October 21st – 29th: Princess Ayako has Shinto wedding at Meiji Shrine Druid event in Tennessee sparks protest from Christians Hospital employee fired over beard … Read the original article.
Dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating are popular Halloween activities, but few probably associate these lighthearted fall traditions with their origins in Samhain, a three-day ancient … Read the original article.
Located in Big Valley, West Elizabeth, you will find the Pagan Ritual Points of Interest. In order to find the Pagan Ritual, simply head North West of the Owanjila Dam, where you will find the Pagan R… Read the original article.
Brooklyn-based artist Mark Porter depicted the goat-man deity Baphomet, the pagan idol that the Knights of Templar were accused of worshiping, sitting in a throne before two admiring children. Read the original article.
A recent Pew Research Center survey found that about 0.4 percent of Americans identify themselves as Pagan or Wiccan, a significant increase over previous years. An estimated 1 to 1.5 million people s… Read the original article.