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The Seattle Pagan Meetup Group Monthly Meetup

  • Mar 14, 2013 · 7:00 PM

Howdy, Folks! October's Meetup will once again be at my favorite neighborhood spot, Pies and Pints. Come on down, and here all about my fabulous trip to Tunisia! I am writing this from an public internet place in Douz, "The Gateway to the Sahara." I spent the day bouncing down gravel roads out in the middle of nowhere looking at abandoned Berber villages, that look a lot like Hopi dwellings in the American Southwest. This whole region reminds me of Arizona/New Mexico, actually...

Well, enough about me. A Reminder: the purpose of Seattle Pagan Meetup is to hang out with other people who are inspired by the earth centered, tribal spiritual traditions of past, present, and future. This is a casual social event, and all participants are asked to come with good will, civility, and an appreciation for the diversity of pagan paths. All participants are invited to host their own events if so inspired.

May the Goddess bless you with abundance, joy, laughter, humility, dignity, integrity, and peace today.



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  • Erin Z.

    Is this meetup still at Pies and Pints? The description looks to be a bit out of date. Thanks!

    March 6, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    BTW, depending on what types of events this group might be interested in, I was curious about whether or not Celtic shamanism may be a topic for future study. Either we could hold a roundtable discussion, present a formal seminar on the subject, or discuss books we've read. I snagged a copy of "Taliesin: The Last Celtic Shaman" from the Central Library and am anxious to discuss this topic with others.

    February 26, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    If it's convenient for everyone, I would suggest meeting up at the Central Library downtown.

    February 26, 2013

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