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PaganNewsBeagle Watery Wednesday Community News Dec 3

Lots of Pagan news for today's Watery Wednesday Community post. Living goddess photos; portraits of modern Irish Pagans; Pagans in Russia; PaganPro; a new polytheist conference.

Lisa Levart specializes in creating photographic portraits of goddesses as embodied in living contemporary women. Her most recent project focuses on the Hindu goddess Durga.

Another photographer, Daragh McDonagh grew up in Ireland but spent years living and working as a professional photographer in Manhattan. Eventually he became disillusioned by the fast pace of life in New York, and decided to go home. Once there, he began a series of portraits of modern Irish Pagans.

Pagans in Russia are being vilified by leaders in the politically powerful Russian Orthodox church. The Wild Hunt interviews Gwiddon Harvester, the national Russian coordinator of the Pagan Federation for his perspective on this rapidly-changing and complex situation.

The launch of PaganPro seeks to create a "vetting" procedure by which prospective Pagan elders could become officially credentialed and background checked. Have you heard of this project? Would you value a "stamp of approval" when choosing a Pagan leader to trust?

A sequel of sorts to last year's successful Polytheist Leadership Conference, the 2015 polytheist convocation "Many Gods West" has been announced. It will take place on July 31 – August 2, 2015, in Olympia, Washington.

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