We all know that pagans are for the most part multi-optional folk, each following their own distinct path to the divine. But what exactly links us all together? Have a read of The Pentagram and the Hammer, which concluded that between two strands such as Wicca and Asatru, there is very little common ground. Do you agree? Is it a case of pagans banding together not because we have general themes of belief in common, but that we have even less in common with non-pagans? Can you see paganism becoming a focussed group of beliefs and having, say a National Pagan Council with representatives from all major paths being able to contribute to government policy, the process of religious education relating to paganism and the maintenance of state sponsored sacred spaces? Can you see a seperate system of law evolving in parallel, such as Jewish or Sharia, specifically for pagans? Or maybe pagan quarters developing in major cities? Or is the very strength of modern pagan diversity preventing us from cohesive evolution? Do you think that paganism is capable of further evolution as a major belief system, if so, where do you see it going, or where ideally would you like to see it go?