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The Brighton Pagan Meetup Group Monthly Meetup

  • Nov 20, 2013 · 8:30 PM
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We welcome you all to our Moot. :)

This evening we will have a quiz night! And after you are most welcome to tell us all about your real life ghost stories!

Wednesday 20th November start at 20.00p

Our donations this evening go to the people of the Phillipines.

Venue:
Neighbourhood Pub
101 St James Street
Kemptown Brighton

https://www.facebook.com/neighbourhoodbrighton

Looking forward to see you there!
Greenthingz!
The Tribe.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Enjoyed the last Moot and hearing everyone's ghost stories.
    Look forward to seeing you all soon.

    November 22, 2013

  • lynda b.

    A good moot
    Look forward to the next Lynda

    November 21, 2013

  • lynda b.

    A good moot
    Look forward to the next Lynda

    November 21, 2013

  • Allen

    I guess the moot would close at 11? That being so and having just checked the train times back to west sussex it would be a tight squeeze for me as I would need to leave around 10.30 in order to walk up to the station to catch the 11.14..

    November 20, 2013

    • William J.

      Allen I am going by car back to worthing if this is any help

      November 20, 2013

    • Allen

      Hi William, thank you for your very kind and thoughtful offer, sadly I was unable to make the moot, hope to do so in the near future..

      November 21, 2013

  • Allie G.

    Hi !. Merry Meet to all. I was really looking forward to attending my my first moot this evening but unfortunately illness has got the better of me. Wishing u all an evening of joy & merriment . & hoping next month will be a bit more successful for me.. Blessed Be, In Love & Light :) xx

    November 20, 2013

  • Ellen R.

    My depression has taken its toll in the last few months and so I have felt unable to be around too many people. However, I am still looking forward to the time I feel able to come again. Blessed be to all

    November 19, 2013

  • lynda b.

    Hi looking forward to my 1st Brighton moot Have poor eye. Sight What number St James St lynda

    1 · November 18, 2013

    • Robin T.

      No 101 - next to The Daily Catch fish and chip shop

      November 18, 2013

    • lynda b.

      Thank you Robin see you there lynda

      November 18, 2013

  • Allen

    Hi :) really pleased to find out that a Brighton moot takes place and hoping to get down and meet all

    1 · November 17, 2013

    • Robin T.

      Hope to see you :)

      November 18, 2013

  • William J.

    I am looking forward to meeting fellow pagans at the next meeting which I would like to attend. I know very little about Paganism but I feel it is the most natural of all religions and has suffered from persecution over the centuries. My interest is in the South Saxons and the legacy our forefathers have left us.

    2 · November 13, 2013

    • Robin T.

      Looking forward to meeting you :)

      November 18, 2013

  • Kirsty

    Hi there. I'll be along but I might turn up late cos of my work so apologies for that. Looking forward to it x

    1 · November 17, 2013

    • Robin T.

      No problem - see you then :)

      November 18, 2013

  • William J.

    I must admit I know very little about what is termed paganism but would like to learn more. If only those ancient yew trees in churchyards could talk, how much they would have witnessed, even the building of the churches themselves in the last 1,000 years!

    1 · November 14, 2013

    • William J.

      Possibly but I suspect the real reason is that yew trees grow to an exceedingly long age and in the Christian teachings it symbolises something along those lines. However, as with many of the far older Pagan Gods, their annual day of celebrations, or anything that would further the Christian cause was asborbed into the Christian mythological history, or if it did not fit into the Christian beliefs, such would be dismissed and ridiculed. So often a Christian place of worship was built over a Pagan site, so to try and destroy any trace of what could not be assimulated. Hence the Saints to which these churches are dedicated have much earlier origins and these Saints were perhaps known by very different Saxon or perhaps Centi, Angle, Jutes, Danes. Therefore I believe that the Yew Trees were symbolic to Pagan Gods as places of worship.

      November 14, 2013

  • Sascha C.

    Sorry guys - am off to Paris for a few days so won't be able to make this one :( will be back for the December one though :)

    1 · November 6, 2013

  • Billie

    May i ask what you do at the meetup group?

    October 20, 2013

    • Robin T.

      We sit around and talk, just like a group of friends. Sometimes we have a speaker, from inside or outside the moot.

      October 25, 2013

  • june

    Ty everyone for this months moot I enjoyed it so much cant wait for the next one BB

    1 · September 20, 2013

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