This weekend, PAN hosted the third and final of its 21st anniversary Full Moon Rituals in Sydney. Unfortunately, the event was marred by a member of the public who wrongly concluded that we were Satanists and began to shout threats and obscenities at us. Fortunately, there is safety in numbers, and he soon walked away when he realised that we weren’t intimated by him. We also called the police for good measure. In light of this event, here are a list of safety precautions for dealing with aggressive and/or misinformed members of the public while going about your pagan business.
Continue reading What to do if you are being harassed, threatened or intimated
There is a whisper on the wind, a sound in the woodland . . . the old gods have not abandoned you.
On Damh the Bard’s recent tour of Australia, The Pagan Awareness Network (PAN) learnt of the production of a set of Damh’s songs into a feature film.
Continue reading Spirit of Albion : The Movie
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.
Continue reading Michael York at Pagans in the Cafe, Liverpool
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.
Continue reading PAN at the Parliament of the World’s Religions