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Important Essays

Well, as much as I don’t want you to leave this site for very long, I do want to make sure you all read these essays.  Each of them have various purposes for being on the Internet, some good, some bad, and ALL of them, without exception, have something to say about Paganism, Wicca, or some other various section of our faith that I have not said yet.  I don’t want to re-write the same information here as you can read there, so I’m making this page.

I want you to READ THESE, READ THESE, READ THESE essays.  Read them, think about the contents, come back.  Read them again.  Think some more, examine your motives.  Think some more.  Read these essays…  Get the picture?

And that’s it for now.  I’m sure that this section will wind up rivaling my other pages in size.  These articles are important, not just for the wake up call, but to disseminate the information contained in them.  Perhaps, if more people read these essays, we can start having accurate discussions and using FACTS rather than random repeats of the same old tired stuff that’s been around for the last 40 years.

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