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Pagan News Beagle

Exploring the wilds of our amazing, interconnected world, the Pagan News Beagle sniffs out and fetches stories for our communities of Pagans, Witches, Wiccans, Heathens, Polytheists, Gaians, and Goddess-worshippers. No story is too small or too large for the Beagle: share news of your community with the Beagle via Twitter @PaganNewsBeagle.

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PaganNewsBeagle Fiery Tuesday May 12

Happy Tuesday! In today's PaganNewsBeagle, we feature stories that link activism with Paganism. A Pagan lawyer mixes belief with activism; freedom from religion in the Air Force; shutdown of Pagan chaplains at a Navy bootcamp; the Pagan ape; poverty and Pagan devotion.

A Pagan lawyer is guided by his beliefs to fight the Keystone Pipeline project. Find out the whole story in this post on the Wild Hunt.

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Pagan News Beagle: Faithful Friday, May 8

Faith is a fact of life for many. But the plurality of voices and ideas is one for all of us. How then do you reconcile your deepest held convictions when they run contrary to those of others? Today's stories take a look at the many ways people of different beliefs come together... or not.

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Pagan News Beagle: Earthy Thursday, May 7

One of the greatest needs of industrial civilization is cheap and plentiful energy. Our search for such energy has often come at the cost of the environment. But need that be the case in the future? Several of our articles this week take a look at the relationship between our power sources and the environment as well as how new technological innovations may make green energy truly sustainable and practical very soon.

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Pagan News Beagle: Watery Wednesday, May 6

Generally, community is a good, even great thing. But sometimes our desire for community can become warped and twisted. This week for Watery Wednesday we look at some of the ways communities have failed in the past as well as ways we're striving to build a better community for the future.

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PaganNewsBeagle Fiery Tuesday May 5

In today's PaganNewsBeagle we bring attention to the ways in which political action and Pagan culture intersect: sometimes easily, other times with a fair degree of dissonance and friction. We've got anti-capitalist May Day history tied into Beltane; racism in the Pagan community; a test (are you racist?) for the brave; BlackWitch on Baltimore, and HecateDemeter undermining the patriarchy as only she can.

Gods&Radicals blogger Rhyd Wildermuth points out that the intersection between the wild Pagan holiday of Beltane and the anti-capitalist holiday of May Day is hardly coincidental in this post on the Wild Hunt.

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PaganNewsBeagle Magical Monday May 4

In this installment of our occasional column "Magical Monday" we’ve got a roundup of media magick: Game Throne real-life locations you can visit; a Witch dishes on wine as well as celebrity astrology and sex magick; Vegan voudou; quirky New York witch; Vampire Pagans of Houston.

Whatever you say about fantasy series Game of Thrones, it shoots on some amazing locations. Here's a slideshow of a few of those real life places you can visit.

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Pagan News Beagle: Earthy Thursday, April 30

This week on Earthy Thursday we take a look at the world of plants, fungi, and other non-animal organisms. We often think of these seemingly "vegetative" lifeforms as less alive than animals but I think you'll agree that after seeing the stories we've gathered that's far from the truth. Additionally, we've got a few extra stories, including one about the Yellowstone supervolcano.

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