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Weekly Update: 7/19/2004

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Posted: July 19th. 2004
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Excavation In Syria Sheds New Light On Ancient Mithrae Cult

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Myths surrounding ancient religions and cults have long preoccupied humanity's understanding of history. Yet they remain a mystery to us, especially in the absence of written texts.

One such cult, that of Mithrae, said to have existed during the age of the Roman Empire, was widely spread among Rome's army. Vestiges going back to this faith have been discovered in areas under Roman control, in Europe, Britai...
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<span style="font-size: 80%;">More Live Coverage..</span>.<br><img border=0 height=4 src="http://www.witchvox.com/trads/tradpix/clear.gif"><br> <b><font color="#000088" size=3>Building Bridges at Parliament!</font></b><br> <font size=2>by Jerrie Hildebrand<br><br> <a href=http://www.witchvox.com/words/words_2004/e_powr2.html><img border=0 align=left height=133 src="http://www.witchvox.com/apx/pwr396.jpg"><img border=0 align=left height=133 width=3 src="http://www.witchvox.com/pix/clear.gif"></a> <b><font color="#000088" size=4>T</font></b>his has been a very busy week at the Parliament of World Religions. Workshops, discussion groups, private meetings, one on one talks, dinners, rituals, receptions and a large nationally broadcast religious music concert. It is keeping all of the delegations here extremely busy! <font size="1">(web note - click picture for full article and larger image)</font><br><br> <a href="http://www.witchvox.com/vn/hm/esxx.html"><img border=0 align=left height=50 src="http://www.witchvox.com/vn/flags/esxx.gif"><img border=0 align=left height=50 width=3 src="http://www.witchvox.com/pix/clear.gif"></a>Our community has completed its presentations at Parliament and we all head to other parts of Europe or home to the states in the next twenty four hours. The following is a listing of the presentations the Pagan community gave.<br><br> <b>Pagans In and Outside of the Circle</b>, a discussion on inter and intra faith affairs from Pagans was moderated by Angie Buchanan of Gaia's Womb with a panel consisting of Dr. Drake Spaeth, Phyllis Curott, Patrick McCollum and Jerrie Hildebrand.<br><br> <b>Circles in the Greenwood, Pagan Religions Around the World</b>, a panel discussion on Paganism around the world. Moderator was Selena Fox with panelists Morganna of Pagan Federation International in Europe and Michael York, academic scholar of Pagan Theology from Great Britain. There were also Pagans there from 10 countries and 5 continents... <a href=http://www.witchvox.com/words/words_2004/e_powr2.html><font size=2> [<b>Full Article</b>] </font></a><br><br><div align="center"><hr width=85%></div><br> <!-- <b>Designing Sacred Spaces</b> by Don Frew of COG about the lessons of the first international Sacred Space Design Competition.<br><br> <b>Lost and Endangered Religions Project</b>, a panel discussion led my Don Frew of COG about preserving the world's diverse religious heritage.<br><br> <b>Dances with the Earth</b>, is a morning worship service being led by Juniper Talbot of the EarthSpirit Community.<br><br> <b>Pagan Teachings of the Earth</b> is a panel discussion being led by Dierdre Arthen of the EarthSpirit Community with panelists Andras Corban Arthen and Dr. Dennis Carpenter of Circle Sanctuary.<br><br> On Saturday evening the Parliament in conjunction with UNESCO produced a concert of sacred music from around the world in front of the beautiful Sagrada Familia Temple in Barcelona. This building is unfinished and was started by Antonio Gaudi and is being finished by new artists since his death. It is stunning --> <!-- <center><table border=0 cellpadding=4 cellspacing=6 align=center width=100% background=http://www.witchvox.com/apx/bggbar.jpg><tr> <td valign=top><font color=#FFFFFF size=1><b><font color="#FFFFCC" size=2>Witchvox 'Quicky' Notes</font></b></font></td> <td valign=top halign=left><font color="#FFFFFF" size=2> New Country added: <b>Qatar</b> (current home to many US Military Pagans). -- Wren will write again soon, most likely via a Blog -- The 'Witchvox closing in September' email of last week was a HOAX. <br><br> "<i>If I was ready, willing and able to pay him is regular fee, He'd drop all the rest of his present affairs and devote his attention to me! ... He said, for a nominal service charge, I could reach nervonna t'nite!</i>" - Frank Zappa - March 1974</font></td></tr></table><br></center><br> --> <!-- <span style="font-size: 80%;">A Powerful New set of Definitions...</span>.<br><img border=0 height=4 src="http://www.witchvox.com/trads/tradpix/clear.gif"><br> --> <font size=2><a href=http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm1_intro.html><img border=0 width=100 align=right src="http://www.witchvox.com/px/kerr150.jpg"></a> <font size=2><a href=http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm1_intro.html><b><font color=#880000 size=3>Demons </font></b></a><br> by Kerr Cuhulain<br><br> <b><font color="#880000" size=4>A</font></b>s you could probably tell from the people that I've written about throughout this Witch Hunts series, demons are a popular subject amongst Satanic Conspiracy Myth supporters. Yet you'd be hard pressed to get the various fundamentalist Christian "occult experts" to agree on what demons are. Lyle Rapacki attempts to define them as: "Spirits: One-third of the angelic host cast out of Heaven with Lucifer after he led a revolt, with them, against God's throne<i>.</i><a href="http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm1_intro.htm#_ftn1" name="_ftnref1"><sup>[1]</sup></a> Obviously Rapacki hasn't read any of the grimoires he lists in his manual, because if he had, he would have realized that these usually label angels as spirits too.<br><br> The term "demon" first appeared in the English language circa 1200 CE in Layamon's <i>Chronicle of Britain</i>.<a href="http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm1_intro.htm#_ftn2" name="_ftnref2"><sup>[2]</sup></a> It comes from the Greek word "daimon", meaning "a lesser deity", "a spirit", or "one's genius", and originally could refer to a spirit who was good or bad. It was used by authors such as Homer in almost the same fashion as the word "theos" ("god"). The difference was that "theos" referred to the personality of the deity and "daimon" the deity's activity. Any unexpected occurrences which could not be attributed to a particular deity were attributed to a daimon...<a href=http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm1_intro.html><font size=2> [<b>Full Article</b>] </font></a><br><br> <div align="center"><b>Quik Jump to Definitions... </b><a href='http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm2_ab.html'><font color=#000088 size=2>Demons (<b>A-B</b>)</font></a> - <a href='http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm3_cg.html'><font color=#000088 size=2>Demons (<b>C-G</b>)</font></a> - <a href='http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm4_hl.html'><font color=#000088 size=2>Demons (<b>H-L</b>)</font></a> - <a href='http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm5_mr.html'><font color=#000088 size=2>Demons (<b>M-R</b>)</font></a> - <a href='http://www.witchvox.com/whs/kerr_dm6_sz.html'><font color=#000088 size=2>Demons (<b>S-Z</b>)</font></a><br><br></div> </font><div align="center"><hr width=85%></div><div align="center"><hr width=85%></div><br> <!-- start double col. split<table border=0 cellpadding=6 cellspacing=6 ><tr><td valign=top width=50%> --> <!-- column split</td><td valign=top width=50%> --> <!-- end double col. split</td> </tr></table> --> <font size=2><a href=http://www.witchvox.com/festivals/fest_wwg04.html><img border=0 align=right width=250 src=http://www.witchvox.com/festivals/afest/wwg041s.jpg></a><b><font color=#880000 size=3>Featured This Week... </font></b><br><br> <font size=2><a href=http://www.witchvox.com/festivals/fest_wwg04.html> <b><font color=#000088 size=2>Wild Women¹s Midsummer Gathering</font></b></a> <br>by Darcey Blue<br><br> <b><font color="#770000" size=4">O</font></b>nce again this Summer, women of intention came together to celebrate, to connect, to heal, and to howl, beneath the sacred cliffs of a very special and ancient sanctuary in the Gila Wilderness. Our gracious host Loba, welcomed each and every sister to their wild canyon home with open arms, delicious and nourishing meals and heartfelt prayers and ceremonies.<br><br> Beneath the sacred cliffs wild women gathered, sharing nervous smiles and hopeful eyes and hearts. After a long and hot walk from the cars, carrying gear, we began relaxing into reclining chairs for sensuous foot washing with scented cool water and luxurious homemade creams, and jumping into the cool, inviting waters of the river, sparkling with promises and enchantment. And without hesitation or fear, the sisters began to share, from their hearts. We spoke of where we came from, and our hopes for our... <a href=http://www.witchvox.com/festivals/fest_wwg04.html><font size=2> [<b>Full Article</b>] </font></a> <br><br></font><div align="center"><hr width=85%></div><br> <img border=0 align=left height=100 src=http://www.witchvox.com/vn/vnpx/wvmic.jpg><img border=0 align=left height=100 width=3 src="http://www.witchvox.com/trads/tradpix/clear.gif"><font size=2><a href=http://www.witchvox.com/words/words_2004/e_ppc.html> <b><font color=#000088 size=2>Pagan Pastoral Counseling</font></b></a> <br>by Stone Riley<br><br> My work in pastoral counseling - as a religious minister giving people advice - is distinctly different from the work of a psychotherapist. There is some overlap in the two fields, certainly, but a psychotherapist studies and exercises a lot of skills that I do not. And vice versa. <p> Take an example where the two kinds of work overlap: Now and then someone who is afflicted with real mental illness asks for my help. What can I do for them? I cannot ask diagnostic questions to see where they fit in the current understanding of their disease. I cannot discuss recent research in their disease, or even old research. I cannot tell them whether some medication they've been prescribed is a good idea. I wouldn't dare to venture such an opinion. <p> Even speaking of therapy, though, there are some things I'm pretty well versed in - meditation techniques or mythological visualizations or prayer, for example - that I can suggest as therapeutic exercises, pointing out... <a href=http://www.witchvox.com/words/words_2004/e_ppc.html><font size=2> [<b>Full Article</b>] </font></a> <br><br></font><div align="center"><hr width=85%></div><br> <img border=0 align=left height=100 src=http://www.witchvox.com/vn/vnpx/wvmic.jpg><img border=0 align=left height=100 width=3 src="http://www.witchvox.com/trads/tradpix/clear.gif"><font size=2><a href=http://www.witchvox.com/words/words_2004/e_fests02.html> <b><font color=#000088 size=2>Let's Chat About Festivals...</font></b></a> <br>by Salem<br><br> Pagan Festivals. That small phrase can mean so many things. I think the best way that one can address this is by breaking the topic up into several key areas. What are these festivals and what differentiates one from another? What types of problems are inherent in the conception and implementation of them? What should you know as a newbie or an experienced hand at these events? And most importantly, what can we all do to make them better? <p> For the purposes of this article I am going to draw on the festivals I have been to over the years in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas. These range in settings from hotel events, cabins in state parks and all out camping on private land. While I will be as fair as possible I must concede that I am by nature one that enjoys the cold yet I have for some strange reason chosen to live in the Southern portion of the... <a href=http://www.witchvox.com/words/words_2004/e_fests02.html><font size=2> [<b>Full Article</b>] </font></a> <br><br></font><div align="center"><hr width=85%></div><br> <img border=0 align=left height=100 src=http://www.witchvox.com/vn/vnpx/wvmic.jpg><img border=0 align=left height=100 width=3 src="http://www.witchvox.com/trads/tradpix/clear.gif"><font size=2><a href=http://www.witchvox.com/words/words_2004/e_tcwtbc.html> <b><font color=#000088 size=2>The Closet Within the Broom Closet</font></b></a> <br>by Rhiannon Eleri<br><br> The Pagan community is well known for its political activism, interest in current events and liberal leanings. But within such an open and overwhelmingly loving community resides a lesser known step-child: the Pagan Conservative. Though it would seem to be an oxymoron to those who often go without clothing, dance in the moonlight, revere sexuality and the Earth, there are many out there. However, they often choose to remain hidden in the closet within the Broom Closet. Why would a Pagan, in such a loving, giving community choose to do so? There are many reasons, though one stands out blatantly: peace. A Conservative-leaning Pagan would not make himself known to avoid the political evangelism that is often in the background of many Pagan, Druid, and Wiccan events. <p> Though our religions vary, they all tend toward the idea that spirituality is not something to force upon another. 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Rather than dissecting each holiday, Ashleen s goal is to take a broader look at them, explaining how and why we celebrate each, along with how the celebration of one leads to the next. <br><br>The first of two new titles from Ashleen offers a vision of the holidays we celebrate from Octo<br><br> <center><table><tr><td background=http://www.witchvox.com/wren/wn_images/detailbg2.jpg><center><font size=2><b>Options:</b> &nbsp; <font size=2> View: <a href='http://www.witchvox.com/books/dt_bk.html?id=621'> <font color=#000088 size=2>[<b>Full Book Profile</b>]</font></a></font> &nbsp; <font size=2> Surf to: <a href=http://www.AdventureWicca.com> <font color=#000088 size=2>[<b>Author's Website</b>]</font></a></font> &nbsp; <br></font></center> </td></tr></table></center><br> <div align="center"><hr width=65%></div><br><b><font size=3 color=#880000>New Pagan Book Releases for </font><font color=#000066 size=3> July 2004</font> </b><br><img border=0 height=3 src=http://www.witchvox.com/vn/vnpx/clear.gif><br> There are <b><span style="background-color: #ffffcc">&nbsp;13&nbsp;</span></b> releases scheduled for this month<br><br> <center><table border=0 cellspacing=2 cellpadding=1 width=97%><tr> <td width=40 align=left valign=bottom><font size=2><b>Released</b></font></td> <td width=4 align=right valign=top> </td> <td valign=bottom><font size=2><b>Book Title</b> [Click for Detail]</font></td> <td align=right valign=bottom><font size=2><b>Author</b></font></td> <td align=right valign=top> </td> <td align=center valign=bottom><font size=1><b>Views</b></font></td></tr> <tr><td valign=top align=center><font size=1>Jul 1st.</font></td> <td align=right valign=top> </td> <td valign=top><font size=2><a href='http://www.witchvox.com/books/dt_bk.html?id=779'><b>Barrdas</b></a></font></td> <td align=right valign=top><font size=2>J. 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