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Here is what we have for you in this issue.
Article 1, Page 2
On the origin of Witchcraft:
Are we weaving a flawed magical strand?
Could we Wiccans have mistaken where we come from. EREBOS
presents some compelling arguments, so you decide.
Article 2, Page 17
The Foundation for Religious
Interview with researcher, writer, and speaker on intercultural
John W. Morehead
It is strange enough when a Christian comes to our defense, but
more so when it is an Evangelical Christian. When he asks our help
to present our factual information about ourselves to Christians
and others, it gives food for thought. Decide what you think for
Article 3, Page 24
North Georgia Solitaries, Pagan Assistance Fund, Church of the
Spiral Tree, and prison ministry
Interview with High Priestess Charissa Iskiwitch
What happens when a casual Meetup group goes serious? What can
it do for the Pagan community it the southern state like Georgia
Article 4, Page 31
The Monster Museum, Gothic Charms,
Goddess Designs, Dazzling Hosting
Interview with Melissa & Bobby Gammons
Pagans often seem to go into business, but how about running
four of them besides your daytime job.
Article 5, Page 36
By Christopher Blackwell
Becoming an activist is often not by plan, it only requires not