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Recently I met a charming and persuasive person. He was very reassuring and constantly reinforced how we share the same beliefs. Pagan solidarity was his calling card, and because Pagans generally try to help others, he reached out to me for help. But he didn’t want help, he wanted a free ride and to escape … Read moreGrifters, Cons & Cults: Who Can You Trust?
Not only is this the best Almanac for Pagans and Witches, it is an almanac for Practically everyone! Even better, the authors who do all of the astrological calculations are from Arkansas, and all data is set for Central Time (with Daylight Savings included!). No matter what your spiritual path may be, this is an … Read moreAn Almanac for Arkansas Pagans!
Arkansas Pagan Pride Come On Out of The Broom Closet To Arkansas Pagan Pride Festival Arkansas Pagan Pride Festival will be holding its 13th family-friendly celebration in the great town of Hot Springs, Arkansas on September 8, 2018 at Entergy Park from 9 AM to 6 PM. Spiritual folks of all ages and Spiritual … Read moreArkansas Pagan Pride Festival: September 8, 2018
Remember there is a total solar eclipse coming up in April of 2024. The path of totality (best view) runs directly through Arkansas! The PaganPath Sanctuary already has plans underway to celebrate this event. Campsites and outdoor classrooms are being constructed. Eclipse glasses are getting stockpiled. Special gardens are being created with plants designed to … Read moreSave The Date: April 2024 Total Solar Eclipse
Editors Note: Dandelion Stories is a series Arkansas Pagans will be sharing throughout the year, told by many different voices. These are stories of hope, of resilience, and of struggle. We hope that you find them as inspiring as we have. *** The beginning isn’t always the best place to start. While … Read moreDandelion Stories: Gregory Pane
On January 21st, 2017, the Conway Witches and Pagans group will resume it’s regular meetups. The first meeting of the year will take place at the Naked Hippie Café at 1205 Front Street between the hours of 1 and 4pm that Saturday. The meeting, which is politics-free, is intended to provide a safe space … Read moreConway Witches and Pagans Meetups Resume
The past year has taken so much from us. We have lost our great writers, our talented actors, our bewitching singers…and many of us have lost our hope. We have emerged into the New Year, battered and bruised, fearful of the things we see on the horizon. Change is coming, and perhaps a return … Read more2017: Year of the Dandelion
(This post was originally published on the Venacian website and has been reprinted here with permission.) Everything is connected. The growing conditions in Washington enabled you to buy a delicious apple, and keeping yourself healthy ensures that you live a long life so that you can tell your grandchildren how proud you were … Read more103 Days of Prayer
Sede is a Pagan musician that is known and loved in the south for his beautiful music, charm, and good humor. Arkansas Pagans caught up with him for a Q&A session to help you get to know this festival-hopper before you see him play next. Hear his music and find out more at http://sede.webs.com/ … Read moreQ&A with Sede