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    Quote Originally Posted by HerbGurl View Post
    Cool! Hope it is ok to keep adding links, and resources as we find them, right?
    Yes, that would be appreciated, thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HerbGurl View Post
    You're Welcome! When I become interested in a topic, I tend to research, and research, and research because I want to know everything about it. Yes, I am a bit obsessive.
    I wish that The Seeker's Page: A Norvicensian Christian Witchcraft Guidance Course had not shut down. I do have the pages saved on my harddrive, but I haven't been able to get in contact with the author (Rawna Moon) to see if she would mind if I put a mirror of the site up. Her information was so valuble, and it is such a loss to the Christo-Witch community not to have those pages anymore...
    My next post has a bunch of Christian Goddess resources, and the post after that will have some links for Christian Witch/Christopagan Rituals, and prayer. Then, when I get it together, I have a large list of books as well...
    Oh, I also have a huge list of Jewish Goddess/Judeo-Pagan/Jewitchery resources if anyone wants me to post that. I know this might be kinda off topic for this forum, but I thought some people might find it useful since Christianity has its roots in Judaism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faunus View Post
    Yes , that is an impressive list - although the "Northern Gnostic" one says I've committed a serious security violation or something when I clicked on the link to it.
    I'm sorry about that message as the page happens to be my own. I recently switched it to a different address. "The Northern Gnostic" can now be found here...
    http://jeffdiehl.com/the.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by HerbGurl View Post
    You're Welcome! When I become interested in a topic, I tend to research, and research, and research because I want to know everything about it. Yes, I am a bit obsessive.
    Yeah me too, but that's what I like about forums such as this one - other people who have already done a lot of research and are willing to share the best bookmarks. After all, there's no better friend then a researcher who recommends the very best stuff, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amarante View Post
    I've created a website dedicated to explaining my particular path in life (Christo-Pagan of an Eclectic nature, drawing from Wicca, Gnostic, Christian and Catholic trends). It's still under some construction and gets updates on a very, very frequent basis:

    http://www.pagansforchrist.com/

    It is very much based on my own personal path, which is important to keep in mind (this point is brought up around the website frequently though, as I get a little tired of the "criticism" at times for not following the exact same Christo-Paganism as everyone else oof...)
    It's a beautiful site.
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    Wow!! I really like your site! I am going to have to dedicate more time to exploring it later. Thank you for publishing it!
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    Wow! You have linked to my site FeralXtian.co.uk! I'm really honoured! There isn't much there yet but I hope to build up the site over the coming months.

    All sugggestions welcome.
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