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  1. Mid-March brings the fifth annual Paganicon Midwest ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Examiner.com

    The month of March brings plenty to celebrate with the early stirrings of spring, and Pagans will find an additional reason to celebrate in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Twin Cities Pagan Pride will be hosting the first annual Paganicon Midwest Conference during the month of March. The event is set for March 13-15, 2015 and the organization will host the conference at the Doubletree Park Palace Hotel, 1500 Park Place Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55416.

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  2. Rite of the Witch Moon this FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2010 | Examiner.com

    This Friday, Metro Detroit area Pagans will get a chance to be part of something really spellbinding. At New Moon Spiritual Gift Emporium in Kalamazoo, MoonFire Working 's High Priestess and High Priest will hold the Rite of the Witch Moon at New Moon.

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  3. Pagan authors you should know series featuring the magical Mya OmRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    In the Detroit Paganism Examiner's ongoing series about Pagan authors you should know, we visit with an author who is both a magical writers as well as a creator of erotic fiction. Equally able to balance both focuses, this gifted and educated wordsmith offers a feast of choices for the mind that desires something divergent from the average.

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  4. 'Terrifying' white witch who raped and abused young girls over 3 decades is jailed for 22 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    Sick Redvers 'Barney' Barnard held himself out as a Pagan who practiced 'white magic' for healing purposes - but a sex trial heard he manipulated young girls Flamboyant devotee of the Goth subculture, Redvers 'Barney' Barnard, held himself out as a Pagan who practiced 'white magic' for healing purposes. But a Manchester Crown Court sex trial heard he was a 'terrifying' figure who manipulated and abused young girls in Greater Manchester over a twenty-year period.

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  5. Circle etiquetteRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    At some point in your path you will have the opportunity to participate in either a public or private circle. A circle is a ritual in which we come together as a community or coven to honor the cycles of the year, the moon, and our gods.

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  6. AFA'S Anti-Christian Bigotry MapRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Intellectual Conservative Politics and Philosophy

    In 2007, and with that same nauseating arrogance that has come to define him, then presidential candidate Barack Obama duplicitously quipped, "I am absolutely convinced that culture wars are just so '90s. Their days are growing dark."

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  7. Horror Film Rage: Midsummer's Eve Offers Action Packed ScaresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BroadwayWorld.com

    American horror film, Rage: Midsummer's Eve, set in the Finnish Arctic Circle during the Summer Solstice, offers action packed, fast paced scares for all horror fans. The film premieres March 6th on selected Video On Demand platforms including Vimeo On Demand and VHX.

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  8. Anti-Bible skeptics use weak standards to doubt Bible historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    A common rant from those looking to invalidate Bible authority is to cherry pick supposed facts and opinions from historical scribes of the past in attempts to created Bible inaccuracy. While doubting every Bible authority these career skeptics will embrace suspect information from historical scribes of the past as long as the "opinion" backs up current day accusation against the Bible.

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  9. King Arthur slams Heritage Journal over open access to StonehengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salisbury Journal

    KING Arthur Pendragon has accused conservationists of using vandalism at Stonehenge as an excuse to ban open access to the stones. Monument protection blog the Heritage Journal called for an end to open access to Stonehenge in response to oil being daubed on the stones at the winter solstice.

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  10. Pagan vendor you should know series featuring Luna SeaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2013 | Examiner.com

    Prepare your compasses and get ready to take a trip to the warmer regions of Texas on our sojourn to discover new Pagan vendors you should know. In a place known for rugged individualism and gumption, a spiritual wave rises beckons us to stop and appreciate it.

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  11. Humanist inmate files discrimination suitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Richmond County Daily Journal

    An inmate at Lanesboro Correctional Institution has filed a federal lawsuit against the state prison system for its refusal to allow an atheist and humanist group to meet at the Anson County facility. The lawsuit names inmate Kwame Jamal Teague and the American Humanist Association as plaintiffs, and the defendants include N.C. Public Safety Secretary Frank L. Perry, Lanesboro Superintendent David Mitchell and Lanesboro program services coordinator Sara R. Cobb, among other state officials.

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  12. Religious Intolerance in the Workplace:Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | WNYMedia.net

    Recently, a Georgia worker was unfairly terminated from his employment, because he wrote a religious book and distributed it among his coworkers. When I first heard this story, it reminded me of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution wherein the freedom of speech, of the press, and of religion are documented guaranteed rights to those living under its jurisdiction.

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  13. Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be JihadistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Kos

    How important is it that we know the identity of a killer beyond that he is gaining more notoriety than he could have even gotten as a computer programmer or a rapper. The most important issue is perhaps that his radicalization as a violent extremist happened for reasons more homicidal than even political or religious belief, as if barbarism ever has a human face.

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  14. Lanesboro inmate files lawsuit against N.C. prison systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Anson Record

    An inmate at Lanesboro Correctional Institution in Polkton has filed a federal lawsuit against the state prison system for its refusal to recognize his religion, Humanism. The lawsuit names inmate Kwame Jamal Teague and the American Humanist Association as plaintiffs, and the defendants are listed as: Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety Frank L. Perry, Commissioner of the Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice W. David Guice, Director of Prisons George Solomon, Director of Chaplaincy Services Betty Brown, Deputy Director of Prisons Gwen Norville, Superintendent of Lanesboro Correctional Institution David Mitchell, and program services coordinator at Lanesboro, Sara R. Cobb.

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  15. Outspoken Indian preacher wins Saudi prize for service to IslamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Saudi Arabia awards preacher who says Muslims can have sex with slaves top prize and A 130,000 for services to Islam The king of Saudi Arabia has handed his country's most-prestigious prize to a preacher who has previously said the Koran allows Muslims to have sex with female slaves. Indian cleric Zakir Naik, who has also said 9/11 was an inside job, was handed the King Faisal International Prize for Services to Islam at a glittering ceremony in Riyadh.

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  16. Pagan vendor you should know series featuring Mystic EchoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    There are so many wonderful Pagan vendors in our world right now, and sometimes it is hard to keep up with the things that make each business owner special. Metro Detroit Pagans have long been adventurously discriminating in their tastes and exploratory in their hunts for the new and finely crafted fare.

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  17. Bowl and Candle celebrations at PapagayoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2015 | Examiner.com

    Free fun at Papagayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar this Sunday and Monday, when all four Boston-area locations celebrate the Super Bowl and Groundhog Day in style. Super Bowl! Papagayo is offering a win-win deal: if the Pats win the Superbowl, then your dinner is free! Reservations are necessary, and you have to be there for the kickoff, and you have to purchase a beverage.

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  18. The Rule of ThreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Quality

    Aristotle made the observation that people find it easiest to remember three things. The rule of three started with his writing, "The Rhetoric;" In fact, in many of the areas where the rule of three is practiced , it is referred to as rhetoric.

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  19. America's Anti-Christian Groups Exposed by Watchdog OrganizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Townhall

    In 2007, and with that same nauseating arrogance that has come to define him, then presidential candidate Barack Obama duplicitously quipped, "I am absolutely convinced that culture wars are just so '90s. Their days are growing dark."

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  20. Our Evolving Black American Naming TraditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Psychology Today

    Names are fascinating because of their origins, meanings, cultural, and family histories. Black American naming traditions were dramatically influenced by slavery.

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