New Year and New Stuffs!

Good morning and Happy New Year to all our readers! And what a year we have lined up for you*: through diligent, um, diliging, we have assembled for your edification the brand new, shiny, Chesterfield Pagans Calendar of Pagan Events 2011.

It does have a paganistic sort of theme, I’ll admit.

On it, you’ll find a listing of our group’s planned events for the year; plus there are significant festival dates in the ritual calendars of (so far) the Norse/Germanic Ásatrú and the Roman Cultus Deorum. We intend to add more as we work them out, but some – such as the Kemetic calendar – involve some calculation and may take us a little longer. Please keep checking back for updates.

(Incidentally, if you’re in Derbyshire and of the Kemetic inclination, please get in touch as I’d like to make sure I’m catering for local practices rather than just pulling things off the Internet and hoping they suit you. I also invite advice and tips from any other traditions we haven’t covered yet – Hellenics, Discordians, Druids… If you’re out there, we want you. To get in touch, I mean. Ahem.)

Also, if you check our Talks & Presentations pages, there are now another five previous presentations to be viewed. They include runes and runic lore and (deep breath) therianthropes and transformational meditation. Coo. So, go lookit.

Well, that’s it for now; please keep reading and don’t forget to contact us with any suggestions or requests for content; and on a personal note, may I take this opportunity to wish you a very happy and prosperous 2764. Thank you. 🙂


* Yes. Yes, it is a cliché.

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