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Author Topic: A First Stab at Reformed Hellenic Paganism  (Read 14664 times)
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« Reply #6: September 08, 2007, 09:03:03 pm »

Don't tease me Randall! It's bad enough being completely isolated, with out you rubbing it in with such a nice idea.

It's a pity there's not a big group around San Antonio, I'd love to do something like that once a month; even if it was just a big picnic out at the park.

No way, you're from San Antonio too? Right now I'm away at school in Alabama, but for the next few years I should definitely be going home to SA for holidays. I would love to do picnics or whatever.

Also, Randall, I love this idea. Speaking as a beginning Hellenistic, getting into the spirit of things is really tough to do when worried about how to make room for the old rituals and festivals. I mean, don't get me wrong, I love research, but I feel so bogged down by how much I should learn. Making it more accessible would be great and feels like a weight is lifted from my shoulders.

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