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PaganNewsBeagle Watery Wednesday Community News October 1

Howdy, Beagle fans! In today's Watery Wednesday we have both (literal) water news and news from our many diverse Pagan+ communities. In the "water" category: a record fall run of Chinook salmon and sea turtle hatchlings run to the sea; and in community news we have a Pagan artist's exhibition in Minneapolis, an active discussion of Pagan elderhood; and no "three-fold law" in Gardnerian Wicca?

There's a record run of Chinook salmon in the Pacific Northwest this fall and fisheries managers are happy -- but puzzled.

This charming video is just pure watery happiness: sea turtle hatchlings head for the sea.

“Doorways to the Underworld”, the debut exhibition of the Minneapolis Collective of Pagan Artists at the Stevens Square Center for the Arts offers a variety of explorations of Halloween from a Pagan point of view.

What makes a Pagan into an elder in our community? This vigorous discussion at the Wild Hunt offers many perspectives.

The new Gardnerian website points out that the "threefold law" of Wicca appears only in a fictional book and isn't an official part of their tradition.



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