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Witch Vox/Witches Voice: http://www.witchvox.com/merchants/dt_merchant.html?a=usin&id=36413
Visit our favorite pages!
Witch School International: http://www.witchschool.com/
WitchSchool.com is the first truly online school dedicated to Wiccan, Pagan, and magical thought! We founded Witch School because we found that many people who wanted to learn about Wicca were unable to find good information or training, either because they were geographically isolated or because they simply could not find real-time teachers. Some of these people were seeking to make Wicca their spiritual path, others just wanted to learn more about what Wicca really is.
ChloŽ Glaes: http://www.etsy.com/shop/chloeglaes
Glass artist Maegan ChloŽ has won several awards for her work. She bases each piece upon something seen in nature - from the smallest flower to a planetary nebula; she believes that each piece is a work of art.
Welcome to My Whimsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ckathleensumers
Unique sculptures by Kathleen Summers. All of my work is OOAK, one-of-a-kind. I do not use molds in the construction of my critters. I will, however, use whatever comes to hand to achieve the look, feel and quality my customers have come to expect.
Religious Tolerance.Org: http://www.religioustolerance.org/
We feel that every denomination, para-church organization, religious group, and religious web site should consider creating a statement of belief or faith and displaying it prominently.
All Magic Spells: http://www.allmagicspells.com
A collection of powerful traditional White Magic Spells - love, money, power, protection and healing spells for all your needs and desires.
Indianapolis Pagan Pride: http://www.indypaganpride.com/
|Indy Pagan Pride Day provides the opportunity to learn about our practice, as well as celebrate our Pagan Community during the Autumn Equinox. We believe in religious freedom for all. We hope to eliminate prejudice and discrimination through education. As we gather, we find there are many differences in our paths, but one firm tenet remains in all Pagan Paths, and that is growth. |
Pagan Pride Day has been held in Indianapolis since 1998, making it the longest running continuous Pagan Pride Day Festival in the United States. For more general information on Pagan Pride events, see The Pagan Pride Project website.
Admission is free, as always. However, we do ask that you bring items to benefit one of our wonderful charities
- Danny Eller
Indy Pagan Pride Day
Tales of a Kitchen Witch: http://jonirae.com/
A Pagan homeschooling mama blog.
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