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PaganNewBeagle Faithful Friday August 15
Happy Friday! Today, the Pagan News Beagle concentrates on news of (mostly Pagan) religion in the modern world. Lots of questions today: why worship fierce goddesses (from a Hindu perspective), why should Pagans care about Mormon feminism, why are there so few nurturing goddesses in devotional polytheism? Plus a 20th century occultist, Buddhist thoughts on depression and a song dedicated to Hecate.
An amazing 20th century occultist Marjorie Cameron (and upcoming an art show in her honor) is the subject of this fascinating story on the HuffingtonPost.
Druid John Beckett asks "why so few nurturing deities in devotional polytheism?"
From India comes an incisive article that asks, "Why do we battle gender stereotypes but worship fierce goddesses?
John Halstead describes how the struggles for gender rights in Mormonism affects him as a Pagan.
From the HuffingtonPost comes this gentle, insightful commentary on how religion (in this case Buddhism) is not a solution for depression.
Greek goddess Hecate is invoked in this YouTube video performance of a song in Her honor.
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