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Pagan News Beagle: Watery Wednesday, April 29

This week's Water Wednesday takes a look at how the Pagan community is relating to the overculture at large. Read more to learn about the history of Pagan music or how best to engage with non-Pagans about religious subjects.

Are people giving you fuss about your faith? John Beckett of Patheos has some tips on how to deal with unwanted inquiries about your religion as well as how to just generally get along better with those of a different spiritual persuasion.

At The Wild Hunt, Terence P. Ward takes a look at Arnold and Patricia Crowther's historic appearance on the BBC in 1971. Follow the link to learn how Wicca's relationship with society has changed since then as well as to listen to a sample of the legendary BBC program.

Paganism joins the crowdfunding scene! Check out this new tarot deck from Lupa Greenwolf, which we've talked about previously, which is now being funded by IndieGoGo.

Getting calls from the media? This helpful list at Medium can offer a few pointers on how to represent yourself with distinction in any interview or report you might be called upon to provide.

Lastly, Jason Mankey takes a look at the history of witches on vinyl. If you're at all curious how Pagans once represented themselves on the medium you'll want to check this article out.

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