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New Pagans, Wicca, Magic

"Ayibobo to the Vodoun Culture" ( Flavodoun )
Vodoun, Vodun, Vodu, Vaudou, Voodoo, Vèvè, Vèver, Haiti, Haïti, Loa, Lwa. - Excerpts from the encyclopedic work on Haitian Vodoun compiled by Estelle Manuel. Vèvès, Langaj, and a Catalog of over 2000 songs, all sketch Vodoun Culture.
[1997,November 28]
Added by: Flavodoun@vodoun.com ; WWW: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/5319

"The House of Netjer" ( Rev. Craig Schaefer )
Practicing the living, ancient faith of Egypt, the House of Netjer fulfills the legacy of the orthodox Kemetic religion through scholarly and archaeological research.
[1997,January 8]
Added by: RevSchaefr@aol.com

"African Traditional Religion" ( Chidi Denis Isizoh )
A rich source of the religious background of the Africans.
[1997,April 24]
Added by: cdi@iol.it

"Norse Mythology" ( Nicole Cherry )
This site has texts on and links to all you ever wanted to know about norse mythology and religion.
[1997,June 16]
Added by: arew@rocketmail.com ; WWW: http://www.m.kth.se/m96/m96_har/public/
"It's A Kind of Magick" ( Joseph Teller )
Neopagan Online HTML Database of articles, rituals, poetry, etc.
The Neopagan Archive at Lysator
Denominations * Tools and Practices * Resources * Miscellaneous
Paganism and Wicca Pages

"Mjolnir's Pagan and Wicca Page" ( Mjolnir )
A home page dedicated to the Pagan and Wiccan religions. Also, free graphics created by the author, relating to Paganism and Wicca.
[1997,October 3]
Added by: MJOLNIR13@aol.com
Huge List of Links

"Kantrip's Wiccan FAQ" ( Kantrip )
A detailed, simple-worded explanation of the Wiccan path.
[1997,August 18]
Added by: kantrip@bigfoot.com
The WWW home page of the Covenant of the Goddess, an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solo practitioners. Here, you'll find information about the COG organization and activities, as well as the religious beliefs and practices which comprise Wicca.
Covenant of the Goddess
The Covenant of the Goddess is one of the largest and oldest Wiccan religious organizations, with members in North America, Europe and Australia. Wicca, or Witchcraft is the most popular expression of the religious movement known as Neo-Paganism, which, according to the Institute for the Study of American Religion, is the fastest growing religion in the United States. It practitioners are reviving ancient Pagan practices and beliefs of pre-Christian Europe and adapting them to contemporary life. The result is a religion that is both old and new, both 'traditional' and creative
The Pagan Federation
The Pagan Federation was founded in 1971 by members of four branches of Witchcraft to provide information to counter misconceptions about Paganism. About 50 per cent of Pagan Federation members are Witches. The rest follow other Pagan paths. The Pagan Federation has members all over the UK and in other parts of the world. The aims of the Pagan Federation are: to provide contact between groups and genuine seekers of the Old Ways; to promote contact and dialogue between the various branches of European Paganism and other Pagan organizations world-wide; and to provide practical and effective information on Paganism to members of the public, the media, public bodies and the Administration. The Pagan Federation works for the rights of Pagans to worship freely and without censure.
Hawthorn Grove
Pagan religious organisation
The 3rd road
The 3rd Road is: a living branch of Celtic shamanism; a school for pagan religion; and a community. This site is also a link to "Wiccan Miscellany", a potpourri of pagan links, spells, articles, and other magical sundries.
Welsh Witchcraft Home Page
The Association of Cymry Wiccae is an auxillery of The Coven and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, a non-profit religious organization incorporated by the State of Georgia, USA and given a tax exempt status by the US Government. For too long the Religious Right, News Media and Entertainment Industry have held our religion up to ridecule and used scare tactics to discourage anyone from looking at Witchcraft and Paganism as valid religious paths. Our page hopes to change that.
Incantator's Home Page
Studies in Siberian shamanism and religions of the Finno-Ugrian peoples.
"Alaine's Wicca/Occult Page" ( Alaine )
Dedicated to the Craft, and particularly designed for both beginners AND those seeking spiritual and intellectual growth within wicca. Aspects of magick, the occult, energy, philosophy and metaphysics are adressed and literature from fellow Pagans is *welcome*.
The Temple of Awakening
The Temple of Awakening is dedicated to the rediscovery and revitalization of the spirituality of ancient Tamera, now known as Egypt. We are a modern pagan Temple, worshipping the Gods of Tamera, the Blessed Land. We have classes in the Boston area, the Bay Area in California as well as Southern California. Weekly classes are held online at the America OnLine network and via IRC. Email lessons are also available.
Waterfall's Edge
Collection of mystical links

"Orishaweb" ( Afolabi )
Online resource for Afro-Cuban Orisha worship, the religion of Lukumi (Santeria)
[1997,October 9]
Added by: claykeckjr@aol.com ; WWW: http://www.orishaweb.com/afolabi
Orisha Net
Santería or La Regla Lucumí originates in West Africa in what is now Nigeria and Benin. It is the traditional religion of the Yoruba peoples there. The slave trade brought many of these people to the shores of Cuba, Brazil, Haiti, Trinidad and Puerto Rico among others. But along with the bodies being brought over for sale into a life of misery, something else was being brought along. Their souls. And their religion.
Storyfest Journeys
Dedicated to the traditional art of storytelling through seminars, travel tours, books, tapes, festivals, concerts and an apprenticeship program. Events in America, Europe

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