Dr Patricia Rose and Dr Tricia Szirom are undertaking a study of the Goddess in Australia – how she is expressed, how worshipped, how manifest. They invite you to contribute to their work by completing our online survey.
It is with great sadness that we mark the passing to the Summerland of Glyn Johnston (aka King of the Faeries, or Glyn Le Fae).
“This morning, August 12, 2010 at approximately 8 AM ET, Isaac Bonewits passed away peacefully in his sleep. All his brothers and sisters arrived at his side last night. His family and friends surround him now.”
Last Sunday at the PAN committee meeting PAN conducted the draw for the prize associated with our recent Facebook Membership offer and we are pleased to announce the winner is…
~* Oliver Bladesmore *~
YAY! The Pagan Awareness Network Australia Facebook group has reached the 1000 members mark. To celebrate this landmark PAN is offering all of our brilliant Facebook supporters the opportunity to become full members of PAN for the price of a concession membership (12 month membership only).
The Pagan Awareness Network Australia Facebook group has reached well over 900 members and is continuing to climb ever higher.
To celebrate this and to thank all of the wonderful and supportive Pagans out there PAN has decided that when we hit the magic 1000 members mark, we will make a special offer just for our Facebook members, so keep an eye on this space!
Michael York at Pagans in the Cafe, Liverpool
Michael York will be attending the Pagans in the Cafe at the Black Rose Cafe in Liverpool on Monday night the 14/12/09.
The Parliament of the World’s Religions brings together the world’s religious and spiritual communities, to a gathering where peace, diversity and sustainability are discussed and explored in the context of interreligious understanding and cooperation.
Ten Years of Triumph of the Moon, Academic approaches to studying magic and the occult: examining scholarship into witchcraft and paganism, ten years after Ronald Hutton’s The Triumph of the Moon A collection of essays edited by Dave Evans and Dave Green.