Once NeoPaganism could be described by shared general details. As contemporary Paganism has diversified this task has become increasingly challenging. As a Pagan who has been at the center of this evolving history, Frew explores the challenges and implications arising from these changes.
What is the relationship between Neoplatonism and the Kabbalah? Tighter than most people know! An outline for a talk given at Gerald Gardner’s birthday Bash, 2019.
Pagan Currents is a place to host and discuss the many presentations given at Pagan, Polytheist, and Witchcraft events.
Recently gender related issues have deeply divided the Pagan community, especially over controversies originating in Pantheacon. Much of the venom here rests in addressing the religious status of trans Pagans from a binary perspective: men or women. In those terms the issues are irresolvable. The status of “Two Spirits” with its origins in many traditional Native American practices offers a way of honoring the full diversity of gender and spirit within the Pagan community.
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We have very few trained ministers in the Pagan community. We teach priestcraft, but too frequently it is thin, often with little depth of knowledge, and lessons learned are rarely passed along. Ministry is an entirely different matter, more focused on the congregants than the Gods. How Professional do we want Pagan Ministry to be?
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Don Frew is a Wiccan Elder and High Priest of Coven Trismegiston in Berkeley, CA.
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