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Year: 2005

  • People of Beauty, People of Peace: CPC Summer Gathering 2005 - RuneWolf [Witchvox Sponsor]

    For me, the Hollow Hills opened this Summer, just outside of Darlington, Maryland, and I passed into the Realm of Faery, on August 4th. Surprisingly enough, when I emerged again, only four days had passed and it really was the 7th ... Posted: September 4th. 2005   Views: 7,734   - [ Full Article ]

  • Mid-Atlantic Pagan Alliance’s Wicked Awesome Lugh Beach Party - Finding Your Bliss

    Wow, what a Great Luau! Mid-Atlantic Pagan Alliance’s Wicked Awesome Lugh Beach Party really lived up to its name. This was the best beach party I’ve ever been to. Held on Saturday, July 23, 2005, the Mid-Atlantic Pagan Al ... Posted: July 31st. 2005   Views: 6,945   - [ Full Article ]

  • WES Raises Funds for Katrina Victims - WES [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone's Trance Prophesy Intensive held at the WES Goddess Temple in Ashburnham, Massachusetts on September 12th went tremendously well. Janet and Gavin were open - embracing and hilarious, while being incredi ... Posted: September 11th. 2005   Views: 6,911   - [ Full Article ]

  • Adirondack Pagan Pride Day - Patricia Telesco

    "Don’t dream it - be it!"The Adirondack Pagan Pride Day offers another opportunity for regional Pagans to make the transition from solitary (or at home) workings, or local workings to a more public and eclectic venue. By a ... Posted: October 9th. 2005   Views: 6,778   - [ Full Article ]

  • The 2005 Between The Worlds Men's Gathering - Garan du

    Alchemy is a mystical process wherein elements are combined and transmuted through various steps with the end goal of attaining an elevated state of Being. From the athanor’s fires of late summer to a tempering in the quenching wa ... Posted: October 9th. 2005   Views: 6,730   - [ Full Article ]

  • WytcheHaven Weekend 2 - Patricia Telesco

    Facilities: Plenty of flat, shaded tenting space. Some electric (extension cords required) , plentiful well water (please bring drinking water) , 2 flush toilets (and portalets) , 1 hot shower, wonderful consession stand with very ... Posted: September 4th. 2005   Views: 6,279   - [ Full Article ]

  • Midsummer's Haven in the Woods - Ravyne

    The day dawned a shimmering gray with tiny patches of blue sky visible through diaphanous clouds. Father Sun peeked coyly in and around the clouds – as if teasingly reminding us that it’s his party and he’ll come out if he wants t ... Posted: July 3rd. 2005   Views: 6,248   - [ Full Article ]

  • Annual Spiritual Awareness Celebration - Zyalia The Crone [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Last year event organizers were granted a permit to use the Gazebo Park in the center of the business district in Hackettstown, New Jersey for a Spiritual Awareness Event which would include the local Pagan community. This park, f ... Posted: October 9th. 2005   Views: 6,081   - [ Full Article ]

  • Okanagan Pagan Pride Day 2005 - Sable Aradia

    It was a lovely day for the event. The sun was shining beautifully.We met at the Unitarian church relatively on time, though we had problems getting the photocopying done and there was a delay on that to about 1 pm, requir ... Posted: October 9th. 2005   Views: 5,923   - [ Full Article ]

Year: 2004

  • Between the Worlds: A Grand Magickal Congress - Caroline Kenner [Witchvox Sponsor]

    The New Alexandrian Library Project ... Posted: November 14th. 2004   Views: 16,449   - [ Full Article ]

  • The Free Spirit Gathering 2004 - Patricia Telesco

    I arrived at FSG [link] not really knowing what to expect other than the event was recommended by a long time friend, Rob (thank you by the way). As a travelling author one can never be com ... Posted: June 28th. 2004   Views: 14,012   - [ Full Article ]

  • Starfest 2004 - Diotima Mantineia [Witchvox Sponsor]

    I hadn't really planned on going to a festival until July, but by the time Beltane rolled around, July seemed awfully far away. So when the email inviting me to Starfest 2004 arrived, I sat up and read it carefully. The festival w ... Posted: June 5th. 2004   Views: 13,790   - [ Full Article ]

  • Sirius Rising 2004 - Don Waterhawk [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Well... as we drove out of our driveway, we took one last look at our banana trees and tropical garden, and before we made the turn onto the main road, we already began to get homesick pangs. Looking at each other in the van, and ... Posted: August 1st. 2004   Views: 9,003   - [ Full Article ]

  • My Journey to Gaia's Womb - Syren

    (written by Shekhinah Mountainwater) My life has been a journey with the Muse. I have experienced Her as my inspiration, a Goddess-Source of ecstatic vision, discovery of beauty, awakening to truth, the rush to the guitar or the t ... Posted: July 25th. 2004   Views: 8,999   - [ Full Article ]

  • Starwood 2004 (1) - Don Waterhawk [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Well...we didn't have to drive very far to get to Starwood, being that we were already at Brushwood after enjoying a wet but fulfilled Sirius Rising (Siriusly Wet) Festival. Sirius ended that Sunday, so the next day, Monday, was a ... Posted: August 7th. 2004   Views: 8,693   - [ Full Article ]

  • The 3rd Annual OHF Spring Gala - Shea Thomas [Witchvox Sponsor]

    To the casual observer, it would look like a black-tie fundraiser - a not-unusual sight in DC during an election year. Upon closer inspection, however, some important differences would emerge. There are no campaign buttons, there ... Posted: May 23rd. 2004   Views: 8,518   - [ Full Article ]

  • Witch & Famous Cruises: - Inaugural Festival at Sea - Patricia Telesco

    A Neo-Pagan festival at sea - sound amazing? surreal? wonderful? mysterious and magickal? Well, that's what the "Witch and Famous Cruises" promise and there's no question they truly deliver all those things and much, much more. ... Posted: October 10th. 2004   Views: 7,878   - [ Full Article ]

  • Sun Stave Circle Beltane - Rev. Heron, MTR

    If I had a dollar for every time I have heard the question "Are there really Pagans in Utah?" then I'd be a happy witch. The answer, of course, is YES, and today over 115 of us celebrated Beltane! We arrived at high noon at the Ri ... Posted: May 2nd. 2004   Views: 7,466   - [ Full Article ]

  • Starwood 2004 (2) - Don Waterhawk [Witchvox Sponsor]

    Saturday came with a "sheeesh, its over" thought, but getting up with the sunny day and knowing the main fire that everyone has been waiting for all week will be lit tonight made one forget a bit that it was about over. 41 worksho ... Posted: August 8th. 2004   Views: 6,919   - [ Full Article ]

  • The 2004 DC Pagan Pride Week - Shea Thomas [Witchvox Sponsor]

    It was a week of firsts. Dramatically expanding the Pagan Pride Day concept, local Pagans in the Washington, DC region banded together this past September to create the very first weeklong Pagan Pride exposition. With a combined a ... Posted: October 3rd. 2004   Views: 6,647   - [ Full Article ]

  • Salt Lake Pagan Pride 2004 - Aisling

    The many people over many years who have incredulously asked, "You have PAGANS in UTAH?" would have had their questions answered unmistakably yesterday in Murray Park, where 378 Pagans and guests gathered to invoke the Harvest and ... Posted: September 24th. 2004   Views: 6,372   - [ Full Article ]

  • Reaching Out: Community Building for Pagans - Rev. Heidi Gleber

    In the Spring of 2004, my Clergy partner, Shelly O'Brien, and I first discussed the need for a monthly outlet for Pagans to get together and network in our area. Although there are several get-togethers of this type available in o ... Posted: October 23rd. 2004   Views: 6,125   - [ Full Article ]

  • Mace Gill opens 'The Gate' - Finding Your Bliss

    On Thursday, February 11, Mace Gill, The Bard of Somerset County, gave a special performance at Gaia's Gate in Hillsborough, NJ.What a wonderful evening of music and fun! Mace's performance kept the audience enthralled as ... Posted: February 13th. 2004   Views: 6,049   - [ Full Article ]

  • The 2004 Between the Worlds Men's Gathering - Garan du

    Growth and evolution are the hallmarks of all living things. Communities, like living creatures, have lifecycles, too. Thus, as with children, it can be both fascinating and awe-inspiring to watch them develop and mature. Such has ... Posted: October 3rd. 2004   Views: 5,998   - [ Full Article ]

  • New Atlantis at 'The Gate' - Finding Your Bliss

    On Wednesday, March 10, New Atlantis apperared at Gaia's Gate in Hillsborough, NJ, as part of 'The Gate's' Coffee House Nights.New Atlantis, a band based in Central New Jersey, is comprised of four creative people. Playing ... Posted: March 17th. 2004   Views: 4,965   - [ Full Article ]

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