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Monday, October 16, 2006

Pagan Pride

Holy, um, what?

Druids and Wiccans, Shamans and heathens, Asatruar, atheists and mystics - oh my!

There are a lot of misconceptions about the Pagan community out there," said Niki Kissell, who lives in Parrish, and met her husband at a Pagan ceremony.

With Halloween near, there's no better time to shed some light on Pagans. It is the start of their new year - called Samhain, meaning the end of the warm season, pronounced SOW-in - and kicks off a celebration surrounding the final harvest of the growing season.

"'Pagan' is like 'Christian;' it's a big umbrella term," said Dagonet Dewr, executive director at Pagan Pride Project Inc., an Indianapolis-based nonprofit whose mission is to foster pride in Pagan identity through education, activism, charity and community.

Whether or not people fit under it comes down to whether people identify with it or not. Full Story

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