Monthly Archives: February 2011

Top 5 things I have learned about Blogging…so far

Being new to social media and starting a blog only a few months ago, I have gained some learning experience with this endeavor. From my very limited experience, I do have some things to offer, which I am sure in … Continue reading

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Authenticity and Paganism

I attended Sabina Magliocco’s (Professor of Anthropology at CSU Northridge) “Folklore, Culture & Authenticity in modern Paganism” on Thursday for the Cherry Hill Seminary Winter Conference in San Jose. PantheaCon provided the room for our Winter Conference. Sabina raised may … Continue reading

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What is Piety

What do I mean by piety (Єύσέβεia )? Well, I would be remiss if I did not begin this journey about piety without acknowledging Socrates’ famous question. Plato, in his Euthyphro, has Socrates ask Euthyphro about piety. There many definitions … Continue reading

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Medieval History & Witchcraft

Bailey, Michael D. Battling Demons: Witchcraft, Heresy, and Reform in the Late Middle Ages. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2003. The focus of Battling Demons is Johannes Nider (d. 1438), a Dominican theologian. Bailey focuses on the … Continue reading

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Straw Art at PantheaCon

The Woven Circle will be teaching two traditional wheat weaving classes at the 2011 PantheaCon. The Woven Circle is made up of talented artists who travel to San Jose each year to share their enjoyment of straw art with the … Continue reading

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Pagan Conference 2011

I am fortunate to serve on the Annual Conference on Current Pagan Studies’ (Pagan Conference) Board of Directors.  A little over a week ago we had our Seventh Annual conference at the Claremont Graduate University in California. There were two … Continue reading

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