Tag Archives: NAR

Sandy the Snurricane

I wrote this post as the winds and the snow began. The angle that my building makes with another high-rise forms an interesting vortex such that precipitation will actually rise. Yes, DC really is weird: here, it snows up. There … Continue reading

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From DC 40 to Chicago 50

The NAR is at it again, and this time they’re coming for Chicago. The email announcement reads: Chicago 50 – Fifty Days between Passover and Pentecost April 9 – May 28 For more information visit: http://www.chicago50.com From Passover through Pentecost … Continue reading

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Beliefnet shows anti-Pagan bias

They reported on the upcoming Celebration of the Divine Feminine and Religious Freedom, but managed to do so in a tone that presents Pagans as weird, fringy characters who probably just don’t like God, prayer, America, and apple pie. I … Continue reading

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When you fight reality, you lose

This is how the world is supposed to work: When you say something false, and you are corrected on it, you recognize that you have to conform to the facts, not the other way around. If you really screwed up, … Continue reading

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Pagan Protest in DC: October 30th

On October 30th, Pagans will gather in DC to celebrate the Divine Feminine and to protest the increasing efforts of religious fundamentalists to influence government. I’ll see you there! DC Pagans to Hold Halloween Ceremony Countering the New Apostolic Reformation … Continue reading

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Christian Dominionist bingo

More Friday fun with bingo! Click the image for larger size. Bonus points for using both arguments in the same-colored square. Many thanks to Grafton again.

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Authority and apocalypse

The interesting thing in Wagner’s interview on NPR that is pretty obscure to people who haven’t been intimately acquainted with this subculture is the view of authority. I’ve mentioned before that the NAR is obsessed with legalisms (almost as much … Continue reading

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