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Pagan News Beagle: Watery Wednesday, November 25

How's the best way to celebrate Thanksgiving? Should you sign up for Many Gods West? And what does it mean that a Pagan minister's been made a UN official? It's Watery Wednesday, our weekly segment for news about the Pagan community. All this and more for the Pagan News Beagle!

If you're American you're probably planning to celebrate Thanksgiving tomorrow. But what's the best way to go about it if you're a Pagan? Patheos has some suggestions.

One of the major festivals our contributors have had the good fortune to attend has been the Many Gods West festival held in Olympia, Washington. If you're interested in participating, the festival's registration is now open.

Do polytheists represent one religious path or several? And if the answer is several, does that mean that the polytheist movement is interfaith by nature? considers.

How much do you know about Thanksgiving? Science fiction and fantasy website io9 gathers some of the weirdest facts about Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving-related subjects for your enjoyment.

Last month, Rev. Patrick McCollum was named the Vice President of the Children of Earth, a UN non-government organization (NGO). What does that mean for the Pagan community? The Wild Hunt presents their take.

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