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    Quote Originally Posted by inkywitch View Post

    This one is decent.

    On another note http://www.witchvox.com is good for finding events, local resources, and for news stories that you might not hear about otherwise...but take the member articules with an institutional-sized can of mortons...they don't edit or do any checking for content or verafiability of anyhting. I know of at least one article that was completely and ridiculously fabricated just to see if it would get posted.

    It did.

    sme of my other favorite websites include

    ADF- http://www.adf.org
    hands-on Hellenism- http://sponde.com
    Theoi- http://www.theoi.org
    Sannion's Sanctuary: http://www.winterscapes.com/sannion/

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    As an Hellenic Recon, I'm biased toward:

    Hellenion: http://www.hellenion.org
    Has a lot of info, including rituals and ideas and stuff to work with. The links to the Demoi (plural of Demos) are also helpful. I suggest the DC Demos, as it has a couple of lists on pronunciation. Hellenion also has a clergy program, but you have to be a member for a certain amount of time first and it can be trying to get much info on how to apply.

    Neokoroi: http://www.neokoroi.org
    Again, lots of info, rituals, and networking stuff.

    Winterscapes: http://www.winterscapes.com
    S.K./Oinokhoe has a lot of info, and she also makes and sells modern Attic calendars.

    Theoi Project: http://www.theoi.com
    HUGE library of ancient sources on mythos, hymns, and other writings -- all in public-domain English translations.

    Sacred Texts Archive: http://www.sacred-texts.com
    Similar to above.

    Perseus Project: http://www.perseus.tufts.edu
    similar to above, only MUCH nerdier and more academically-minded. Has Greek text available for a lot of stuff. Not "lite" reading in the slightest.


    HONOURABLE MENTIONS:

    Wendy Rule's official site: http://www.wendyrule.com
    Probably the best Pagan solo artist. According to her site, she seems to ID as Wiccan, but her songs display an immense love for the ancient Hellenic deities, so she has a sizeable HR following, from what I can tell.

    The following LJ communities: pimp_my_altar, craftypagans, urbanpagans


    LOCAL FAVES:

    http://www.motorcitypagans.com (or maybe it's .net? haven't been there in a while....)

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    sites

    Two of my favorite sites are Wiccaforums.com and Magickalforest.com. Wiccaforums is a great forum site to join and there is a lot of information to find.
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    Dedicated to Anubis, Egyptian God of the Dead and Judgment.

    http://www.crystaldeath.net


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    One of my favorite forum sites

    Until I found this forum site, the only other site that had active members is http://magickaschool.com/

    Magicka School has my favorite layout of any forum site I had seen and everyone there is so helpful and you can choose a couple of free classes to take (Wicca Revealed, and a Tarot course), I'm currently enrolled in both and I have a mentor, but she was nice and let me get put on hold since I don't have the time or energy to dedicate to my Wicca studies while I'm looking more into Green Witchcraft and am raising my daughter by myself while my hubby is overseas.

    If you're on that site, please add me! My username is DYNKZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inkywitch View Post
    I really enjoy a few Wiccan sites:
    http://wicca.timerift.net/
    One of my favorites
    "If the stars should appear but one night every thousand years how man would marvel and stare." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

    "Remember your spirituality" - Ganesha to a friend in a dream, 2008



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    this is a good one too:

    http://www.universalsacredspace.com
    So tie me to a post and block my ears
    I can see widows and orphans through my tears
    I know my call despite my faults
    And despite my growing fears

    But I will hold on hope
    And I won't let you choke
    On the noose around your neck

    And I'll find strength in pain
    And I will change my ways
    I'll know my name as it's called again
    ~ Mumford and Sons (The Cave)

    "I have been in Sorrow's kitchen and licked out all the pots." ~ Susan Straight
    enter the sanctum

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    They are not really pagan sites, they have a mix of all paths, but my two favorite sites are:
    Empath Zone
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    Empath Chat

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