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Weekly Update: 3/10/2003

Author: Witchvox Central
Posted: March 10th. 2003
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Photo collage by Don Waterhawk

Dozens of Photos: Jason has a incredible memorial up over at www.firetribe.com with some wonderful pictures and an option for you to leave your thoughts. - thanks Jason.

JP Passes Over...

UPDATE 3/16/2003

A few days ago Witchvox posted some of my words involving a friend, JP, who was dying. It was posted on the day that he did cross-over. The e-mails that I have received in light of that article, has been, for me, overwhelming. But a good overwhelming. But its interesting that here was a man, a beautiful spirit, that very few of the community of Witchvox knows. Wish they did know him, but most did not.

Was he in the Pagan community for 20-30 years?... No... he came into the community just when he should have.

Was he a big time Pagan author?... .No... .although I think I did see him write down a tasteless joke once.

Did he do wondrous rituals and ceremonies for the community?....not really, unless you count him getting ready for the showers with his leopard print bathrobe and leather shaving kit and fuzzy slippers, and that was a ritual all unto itself( and yes, he did hold the focus of people when he did that).

Did he hold workshops and councils for the community?....no... unless you count sitting in his space during Starwood in the morning watching people walk by and guessing which had sex the night before and what category to place them in. (oh, now the secrets out).

Did he have Mother Teresa aspects for the people... well....not really, although he cared for the community unlike most did, so maybe he did and I didn't recognize him for he would have been the best dressed nun I would have ever seen. So did he lead rites of passages for the younger ones....not in the sense we look at, but he did steal a pair of pants from a young man during his loss of virginity, and place them on a pole for all to see... and to be there to video tape those most embarrassing moments that we sometimes have during festival times (does anyone know where those tapes are by chance?). I guess that's a rite of passage.

So if he wasn't a big nosed pagan, then why all the brouhaha about him to the hundreds of thousands of pagans that are going to read about him... .. Wellllllll...I'm, real glad you are asking that, 'cause I'm gonna tell you... ..the big deal about JP was.

HE WAS REAL

I don't mean kinda, sort of, maybe, a bit, pseudo, getting there, just about, the best he could, a little, I think so, probably, if you say so,....real... .I mean R...E...A...L. He walked with a pride of being a part of the "ALL", and he did it without false Passion, false Intentions, false spirit. If you ask him a question, his answer would be real. All the time. You could count on it, just as you can count on the Sun coming up each day. If he said you were beautiful...then you knew you were. If he said you were an assh*le, then you had better practice puckering up. He was the type of friend that made you feel secure in knowing he was on this planet, in knowing that he would be there, without question...and not just to me and a few, JP touched many, and gave this security to those many. I trust that "Grandfather" will allow me just 10% of the being that this man was, before I go Shining. He taught us how we could be, without saying we should be...! When you were around him you could laugh, without looking around first. (think about that). If there was something you needed, some how, he would find it, know where to find it, or send you on your way to find it....and I'm talking about anything. Now we all have a friend(s) that have some of these aspects, but I am talking about a person who has many. We seek so many like him, but find so few. Thus he was a teacher... a healer....a shaman... .a magician... but was a real one... .really!

But he is gone from his humanness now. He has flown with the Great Heron to the other side. He and "Grandfather", will make a good team, as they now look together at our circles. His 33 years on this planet was good. Simply put... .it was good. It was so good, that memories of that 33 year old man, will last far more than 33 years. JP has earned the right to have these things said about him. He has earned the right to walk in this brightness of our memories with not only the people that he knew and those that knew him, but he has earned the right to stand in the brightness in all the world. And to be talked about amongst the tribe of "ALL".

So I ask, each person reading this, to think about JP, and even if you didn't know him, think about the "JP's" that you know, have known, or are going to meet. Do not wait till they have gone shining to give them Honor, Respect and Gratitude. Give it to them now, because I want all of us to grow up and be just a little bit, if not a lot, like the rest of the JP's in the world. I want us to be REAL

I am proud to be a part of the JP's around the world... ..Nyeh Weh!

In the Realm of the Sacred Circle,
Ama Wodi (WaterHawk)
waterhawk@mindspring.com



On Thursday, 13 March 2003, JP (age 33) passed over to the other side. Yesterday Peg Aloi and Berta Daniels drove to New Jersey to visit with JP. They did get to spend some time with him yesterday and again this morning... JP passed on early this afternoon. Wren received the sad news from Peg via cell phone a few hours later. Peg and others will offer their remembrances in the next couple of days. We will bring you more details as they come in.

The following is from a post by Don Waterhawk that was sent out to JP's many friends the day before he passed (3/12/2003).

I have a friend... a good friend... a good person... no, a wonderful person. One of those people that if they were sitting with a plate on their lap eating dinner, and happened to see you wondering where to put up a pavilion at a fest, would stop eating and ask if they could help. The type of friend, who if at anytime was unsure of your feelings, would ask how you are doing, and would want to truly know. The type of friend that would always have what you needed, even if it was a type of tent peg only meant for sandy areas, this friend would have it. The type of friend, that no matter what, no matter where, would be there for you, all you would have to do is call.. The type of friend, that could always make you smile, even in your most depressed mood. The type of friend that you know that no matter what, you could always depend on. We all have at least one of these types of friends, and if we don't, we wish we could have. Well... I have one of these friends... ..and he is dying....right now, as I type. And unless a miracle happens, he will be gone.

He is one of a hundred million, and I do not expect him to be replaced by someone else, nor do I want him to be. I have prayed for him, I have worked my magic for him, and have talked to Grandfather about him... and I guess I have not done enough. A few weeks ago I kayaked down the Orange River with him when he was visiting. At one point we were surrounded by Manatees circling our kayaks, playing with us. It was so much fun to see the expression of joy on my friends face... I see it now. I will always see that smile now...I will cherish it forever. He was dying then, he just didn't tell anyone, maybe he just didn't know the extent of what was happening, I don't know. But today he is lying inside a hospital, in an intensive care unit, and it does not look good for him... my friend... my memory vision of that wonderful smile friend. He wanted no one to know, but a handful of friends, he didn't want to burden anyone... he didn't want anyone to go out of their way to help him... like he would have if anyone was in need.

So today, and tomorrow, and the next... I am not going to think about the crappy war that our little boy king wants to have, I'm not going to think about the people that may be killed, the worlds problems, the political mess our so called leaders have given us, I'm not going to think about my personal troubles and the bullsh*t in my life that hinders my path. No..I am going to think about my FRIEND... because he deserves it... he earned it... and I am going to open my heart, my Medicine, my Magic, and give it all to him... because its important to know that he feels it.

So if you have one of these Friends... you call him or her right now. And you pour out your heart to them of your feelings for them... because I'll tell you all, sh*t happens...and time runs out... and then its too late... I know... I have a friend...

I gotta go now, I can't see the computer screen anymore....I am crying to much... .it hurts!

I love you JP

In the Realm of the Sacred Circle,
Ama Wodi (WaterHawk)
waterhawk@mindspring.com




There is No Zuul...
by Wren Walker

(Featured Articles Below)

I really wanted to write about something beautiful this week. All this war talk is just so depressing. Maybe I could update my regular readers on what the ducks are doing down at the Little Pond? But that didn't seem quite right. Perhaps something a bit more sophisticated or witty then? I pulled down a few tomes of well-loved poetry, reread a bit of Emerson and devoured all of the Dave Barry archives. But that didn't work either. And so, this week's column will not be about something beautiful after all. I just wanted you to know that I tried. And that it is right here where you can choose to opt out.

We are on the brink of war. A final date has been established, a line has been drawn and -- barring any last-minute act of diplomatic genius or the arrival of an alien fleet from the planet Bluto -- we will be bombing Baghdad come March 17th or soon thereafter. It grieves me to say 'we'. But we, it is. For we are all in this together.

Whether you or I are for this military action or not doesn't really matter anymore. Whether we are liberals or conservatives, socialists or progressives really doesn't matter anymore. We are about to go war. Again. And again, for a good reason will say some. And again, for no good reason will say others. And again, I will say that those points don't really matter anymore.

It is not that the issue of war is not a serious one. It is perhaps the most serious issue that we must ever contemplate. And it is not that those who oppose a war shouldn't continue to speak out against it or that those who are for military action should not continue to support it. It is just that beyond the issues of right and wrong, just or unjust, necessary or contrived, this war -- if it is indeed waged -- really comes down to just this one point: Almost uniquely amongst the life forms that live upon this planet, we plot and we plan and we engage in the wholesale extermination of others of our own kind. Human beings kill each other... [Full Article]




Reflections on Scott Cunningham
by Boudica

It was March 28th, 1993, when Scott Cunningham passed over into Summerland. Yet it seems it hasn't put a dent in the work he had taken upon himself. If you mention Solitary Wicca to any pagan/witch/Wiccan, the name Scott Cunningham comes up immediately.

Seems everyone who walks the path of Wicca has something to say about Scott. Though many praise him for pointing out that Wicca isn't just for those who are coven bound or traditionally initiated, there are many who point out just as quickly that Scott turned the Wiccan Community on its ear. From Scott's discussion of initiation to the spells and rituals that he published, Scott's books have been discussed, analyzed and lovingly dog-eared.

What is it, though, that made Scott one of the most read, best loved and so widely followed writers within the Wiccan Community? Why do most of the Neo-Wiccan community love Scott Cunningham while many of the Old Time Wicca practitioners rip him apart at every opportunity?... [Full Article]



An Ostara Tale
by Scoutghost

It was long ago, and it was the time of winter. Snow covered the ground and the chill in the air made this a harsh and unforgiving time to be about. Whiteness everywhere. The world slept...

A little girl had strayed from her home (a very bad thing, but such as children are wont to do) and she found herself wandering about in the woods; alone. She was cold and tired, and afraid. In despair, she dropped down in the snow and began to cry. She cried for her home. She cried for her mother and father. She cried for her life.

Then she saw it - a bird - a frozen bird - lying, dying in the snow. She jumped up and rushed to take the bird into her arms. She held it close to herself; wrapping it tightly in her arms. She tried to warm the bird and thaw it's frozen wings, but it was too cold and life was quickly leaving the bird's body along with its warmth. She was beside herself! She thought only of the bird now, not seeing that she, herself would soon be in the same situation that this small bird was in now... [Full Article]



Bardic Circle at Witchvox:
(Week 14 - The Magick continues...)

This week we feature a new performance by Damh the Bard called 'Song of Awen

"The song works on two levels, one being a celebratory song about the beauty of nature, the ways in which the Gods show their faces through drama played out on the landscape. The other is the fact that so many people, wrapped up in the everyday grind, don't notice any of it, but that all they need to do is listen, and open their hearts and breathe in the power of the Awen - the Flowing Spirit."

IF YOU are a Pagan Musician and want to participate by sharing one of your tunes and its story, kindly fill the Bardic Circle Submission form and email us a .jpg (150 pixels high/72 dpi) of yourself, your group or your CD cover. NOTE: Previous participants (from 2000 and 2001) ARE more than encouraged to submit a new tune.

Visit Bardic Circle at Witchvox today!.

Witch Hunts - Exposing The Lies
by Kerr Cuhulain

(NEW Article featured this week!)


Witch Queens PART III


Earlier in this series I cited some examples of male "copy-cats" who borrowed the concept created by Michael Warnke in The Satan Seller and created their own stories of being "survivors" of ritual abuse. Females have also engaged in this sort of deception, though they tend to mimic the book Michelle Remembers and present themselves as "Witch Queens". Let's look at some more examples.

To Experience PART THREE (of 3) of this New Article - "Witch Queens" - CLICK HERE

Editors Notes: This hot series continues to be a smashing success with close to 200,000 pages read to date. Great work Kerr!


New Book Releases for March 2003

The Book section [Link] at Witchvox continues to be hot and since this past September it has clocked in visits from Pagans all over the planet. Also hot was YOUR vote for your top 5 favorite books. We are thrilled to offer those results as a guide for the thousands of new seekers that visit this site.

Featured this week...

Designing Your Own Tarot Spreads
Author: Teresa Michelsen

This book covers all the fundamentals of spread design with examples and exercises. Get inspirations for spreads covering a wide variety of topics. Learn how to frame the question; how many cards to use; the meanings of each card position; working with reversals and dignities; and how to use special cards such as significators, clarification cards, and karmic lesson cards... [More on this New Book]

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Visit Pagan Books at Witchvox today to see what's new and what's HOT.



NEW THIS Week...

The Great Modern Pagan Melting Pot
by Mirlin Poplar

This week, I volunteered to do research of a few forms of Paganism that I am not familiar with. That got me thinking. It seems to me that every form of Paganism currently practiced by modern Pagans are those of past cultures and civilizations, in other words, some form of Reconstructionism. Now I know there are those who create their own pantheons. I have done the same thing in a hap-hazard sort of way.

In my years in studying Paganism, the primary goal for me has been to discover the God and the Goddess. I have struggled with this concept for quite some time. Once, I concluded that I did not believe in the horned God of ancient lore, that my God was different, yet, I found myself drawing pictures of and referencing the horned God. Strange of me perhaps, but I realize now, that it came from a deep desire within myself to put a face on "God" and the horned God image was the earliest experience I had had with the concept of a Pagan God.

I once considered using images from subjects... [Full Article]



Event Expectations -- Artists, Writers, Speakers & Vendors vs. Facilitators & Attendees {Part II}
by Trish Telesco

Recently I became aware that some Organizers distain "professionals" (those of us who have made community service our full time jobs) because that somehow must mean we're only in it for the money (not for the love of it). Now honestly folks, how many of us do you see riding around in fancy cars, staying a high class hotels, and spending money like there's no tomorrow? None of us are getting rich -- we're rather trying to enrich our lives by sharing with our community, and hopefully take care of our families at the same time. Yes, there will be moneychangers in nearly any group. But in the interest of being very clear here, please don't "expect" that the word "professional" translates as "money grubbing, self centered ass" -- it's the exception, not the rule. In fact, most professionals got to be professionals because they love what they do, and they do it very, very well. Additionally it is worthy to note that just because someone volunteers to teach or exhibit art without any compensation, doesn't mean that individual is qualified to teach or that the art will be of any particular quality.... [Full Article]



Tribal Pagans
by David Bishop

When I read the essay topic for Pagan tribalism, my mind drifted to another world like it does on other occasions. This world is mystical and enchanting. I can hear a teacher instructing students on Herbology in the background. In the other room, a choir is softly singing, "We all come from the Goddess". I can even smell the sweet scent of lavender. Outside, there is a wide-open forest and a waterfall roaring in the background. This forest has a tinge of magick, I can feel the Goddess' presence strongly. It is sacred and holy, a place where Pagans of all paths come to commune and worship together. Women and men lovingly tend the herb garden. Children run around free, giggling with glee as they tag. Then, reality seeps in again and I hear the monotonous voice of my Advanced Placement Environment Science Teacher.

A Pagan that does not have daydreams about their very own Pagan land/center is a rare one to find. That hazy, out-of-space look gets in their eyes (at least it does in mine). To make this fantasy a reality, Pagans as a whole would need... [Full Article]



Tribal Pagans
by Katherine McCann

Often at gatherings, or circles during the social times I hear people tossing around the idea of a Pagan community, a place where we all cohabitate together, where there isn't this question of who's house when, or getting a campground that will accept us to have a festival; we just are. In these conversations I hear all sides of the spectrum, some more unique and some more mainstream on how we as a community could come together and make it happen. Yet, it never seems to go beyond conversation and pipe dreams. Since this was the topic put forth, I thought I would take it beyond conversational musings and put together my blueprint but also, examine the possible repercussions of realizing this utopian dream.

Situated in a densely forested valley, Pagantopia is a model of form and function. Its focus is on Mother Nature, the universe and spirituality, while still offering the blessings of a sustainable, eco-friendly, but modern life for the members of the community. Spread throughout the valley there would be small clusters of unobtrusive environment friendly homes, close enough to have neighbors, yet far enough... [Full Article]



New Topic

Pagan Tribalism
The tribal model of social organization is one often brought up when Pagans are discussing the ideal Pagan society, including the extraordinary social construct known as the Pagan Festival. We talk a lot about how we would like to live in community with other Pagans, and dream about -- or manifest -- co-housing, Pagan neighborhoods, Pagan land, Pagan centers.

So, tell us, what's the dream, what's the reality, and how do we get there from here? We want to know how you dream of living in community with other Pagans and how you've done it or seen it done. Or, why you think it's a really bad idea. What works? What doesn't?

Any thoughtful essays of over 1,000 words will be published. Please read our editorial guidelines first, and send your essay to Diotima The deadline for this topic is the Spring Equinox, but we will post them as we receive them. Please keep in mind that we will not post responses to previously posted essays.

The varied perspectives, and the depth and breadth of thought that are so evident in the essays we receive here at the Vox highlight the fact that Pagan religions are growing and vibrant. Please consider adding YOUR voice to our collection of essays from the worldwide Pagan community.

Bright blessings,

Diotima
Associate Editor
The Witches' Voice

From Last Week...

Event Expectations -- Artists, Writers, Speakers & Vendors vs. Facilitators & Attendees
by Trish Telesco

In the last decade it's been my pleasure and privilege to speak at over 200 neo-pagan events. Some were great, some good, some not so good, but at each one everyone involved had specific expectations. And in our humanness not all of those expectations are realistic or fair.

Speakers and teachers (those not vending) expect to have students. That's not unreasonable. After all, they've taken the time to put together materials, ponder how to teach those materials, and come to the event (often at their own cost). This means that a venue needs solid community support by way of both pre-event advertising and pre-event sales. Sadly, those two things don't always happen. Folks, if you're planning to go to a gathering - PLEASE make a reservation so speakers and teachers don't cancel thinking their knowledge isn't wanted or appreciated.

Now having said that, there are certainly times when we must step back... [Full Article]



The Unknown Pagans
by Rev. Jeanine, De Oya, Keeys

Dusk swirled around into clear darkness. Jewels of light dotted the sky like seeds scattered onto a plot of rich black soil for the spring planting. Suddenly, she rode through the sky, riding her broom with a hood-covered face. No one noticed her before - she appeared from nowhere, yet she was always there. The Moon was full and nestled between the vibrant stars. It was as milky as a nine-month pregnant mother awaiting the birth of her precious seed. She continued to soar through the air raising her arms as to pay homage to goddess Moon. Finally, she pointed her broomstick downward towards the earth and landed into a circle awaiting her arrival.

It was a circle of individuals who were holding hands and singing "All Praises Be" to Oshun, Yemaja, Isis, Kali Mata, Oya, Aja, and many more. The Priestess within the circle lowered her hood to reveal locks of long black kinky dreds. The Moon light shone upon her dark coffee-with-cream complexion as she threw her head back and raised her arms once again. Those of the circle followed her lead and lowered their coverings revealing... [Full Article]



Searching For Queer Spirit
by Rainbird

My boyfriend and I were in a gay bookstore in Vancouver, B.C. We always manage to end up wandering over to the spirituality section to see if anything catches our eyes. Conspicuously facing outwards was a book titled Gay Wicca. We hurriedly snatched up two copies and began browsing the mysteries within.

The book's cover was illustrated with a rustic and reclining bare-chested boy. The contents contained the basics: an outline of Wicca, tools, herbs, the eight Sabbats. It was a basic "101" Wiccan publication. Upon closer examination, it had phrases stating, "Wicca recognizes only one god, the Horned God, Lord of the Wild." It later says that another deity from a different pantheon is sometimes substituted, "such as Apollo." Further perusal was frustrating. Nowhere could be found anything specifically mentioning gay men. We both put our copy of the book down and shrugged.

First off, I have no problems with 101 style books. Secondly, I have no problems with the typical misinformation given out in this type of literature. Examples range from the Murray Myth of the "Old Religion" surviving intact up to modern... [Full Article]



A Druid Hearth - The Dream of Tir Aud (The Golden Land)
by Rev. C.K.

I stood just outside my back door this morning and watched the flight of robins and barn swallows through the heavy misty morning winds and dreamt of a homestead with rolling hills and the solitude I prefer when I awaken in the morning. Silent prayers spoken within my heart, a second cup of coffee in hand I then return to my desk to fire up the system, and get my morning fix of news and mail. For some reason out of the usual, I scan down the page and here it is... .an invitation to write about the topic that I was just focusing thought about. Well, the weather is turning to rain, the chili-to-be is bubbling on the stove, and the cat has decided not to terrorize the house in a pre-emptive fit of the "elevenses." Why not?

Sure, here in Texas we are blessed to have the Council of Magical Arts and the 100 acres of Pagan plantation/playground - it's a beautiful bit of Gaia, and for those Pagani in Texas that have yet to see it, you're... [Full Article]



Now or Never: The Pathway to Community
by Mena Laughing Wolf

We all want the same things. The kiss of a warm breeze laced with the fragrance of night-blooming Jasmine. The sweet sounds of our children's giggles as they tumble and play in tall grass under the shade of ancient trees. A world of captivating wilds, where a variety of creation can be seen roaming the heights of the greenest Earth and the depths of the bluest sea. We envision humanity living in symbiosis with this environment. It can be assumed that to proclaim oneself "Pagan" means simultaneously embracing these images and consciously working towards their manifestation in reality. It is a fact that most Pagans are performing this important labor of love everyday. It would be so easy for Pagans to live together in one large eclectic love nest, wouldn't it?

By all standards of logic and reason, it should be attainable. We have similar goals, ethics, practices and beliefs, and besides the entire world was Pagan once before, what would stop us from recreating this somewhere on Earth right now? The collection of ideas I've just described happen to be parts of a... [Full Article]






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