Pagans, Paganism and PAN in the Media
The Australian Womens Weekly - June 2017
The most recent data from England, the US and Australia shows that witchcraft is on the rise, but not the craft as we know it. Samantha Trenoweth meets three thoroughly modern witches who have left broomsticks and pointy hats behind.
Student Interview - Billy Blue College of Design
An interview by the students of Billy Blue College of Design, Sydney. Pan Inc was approached to participate in an assessment task where the students were asked to create a 5-minute mini-documentary on "something interesting". We were happy to oblige, and very pleased to show the results here.
Technovore 21 January 2017
This link is to an interview with Michelle Claire White, she is the media front for the Pagan Awareness Network who is doing all they can in Australia to have paganistic beliefs become less stigmatized and more accessible safely, she also touches on her Wiccan beliefs.
Woman's Day Magazine via www.sereneconneeley.com
Witches honour nature as sacred, recognise the masculine and feminine side of god and do rituals and spells to empower, help and heal. It is the fastest growing religion in Australia – but still the most misunderstood. By Serene Conneeley.
SMH 20 June 2014
As pagans, we feel it’s really important to be connected to the earth’s cycles so that we can help to heal the land and our relationships with the land.