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What would happen if....

What would happen if all the BNP's (big name pagans) got together and did magic?  Would they agree on method, goal, and execution, or would they fight to the death?

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Amarfa has been studying the occult, wicca, and paganism for 17 years and counting.  She has been a musician since age 5, studying first guitar, then accordion for 10 years, placing 2nd in her division in the 1995 ATARI/ATAM New England Regional Competition,  and has been studying voice for 9. She has directed small early music ensembles, performed publicly, and starred in local theatre works, particularly the World Premiere of Nightsong, a musical theatre piece with direction and book by Jon Brennan and music by Kari Tieger and Kevin Campbell, as well as composing a musical of her own and writing music in her spare time.

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  • Ted Czukor
    Ted Czukor Saturday, 07 June 2014

    Good question. I think if they were big ENOUGH, each would let the others do their individual presentations before the crowd, and would then stand up and do his or her own - like the presenters at an awards ceremony or individual comics at a celebrity roast. I do NOT think there would be any question of - or any necessity for - all of them to agree on method and execution, so long as they were all aligned as to goal.

  • Amarfa
    Amarfa Saturday, 14 June 2014

    ;) That's a good idea! To take turns. In my question, I was envisioning the traditional "circle" format, where, of course, there are leaders and followers. I like your idea better. :)

  • Ted Czukor
    Ted Czukor Sunday, 15 June 2014

    I realized that you had postulated an "irresistible force meeting an immovable object" scenario, which would be almost guaranteed in the circle format if leaders from different traditions were asked to come to some sort of consensus. The reason I said they'd have to be big ENOUGH to take turns, was because of egos and insecurity; it takes experienced, expansive hearts to humbly set egos aside and trust that each person's inspiration will contribute to the whole.

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