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Tis the season for caroling, hot chocolate, and yuletide cheer

Christmas is more than just a holiday celebrating the birth of a savior. Christmas is a wonderful blend of Christian traditions and ancient customs practiced by 4th Century Germanic people and others. Together, these customs give us the Yule season.

Russian pagans revive ancient solstice celebration

Russia - A young girl with a garland of flowers in her hair sings to the setting sun before a group of women join in nearby. "We give our thanks to you, oh sun," they chant.

Toronto psychic charged with pretending to practise witchcraft

Toronto - In what would otherwise be an ordinary case of fraud, Toronto police have charged a 37-year-old man with pretending to practise witchcraft. It is alleged he received $101,000 from another man to remove an evil spirit.

Op-Ed: Pope Benedict's sudden retirement and St. Malachi’s prophecy

Pope Benedict XVI announced his retirement from the papacy in February 2013. The Pope’s sudden retirement reminds many biblical eschatologists of St. Malachi’s famous prophecies for the 112 Catholic popes.

Op-Ed: Forgive Me Father, But Anne can have Christ without Christianity

The question has been asked, can one have a relationship with Christ without having a relationship with Christianity? Father Raymond J. de Souza says no, but that is just one opinion.

West Dorset Police Consult Warlock Over Horse Plaiting

Police believe that recent incidences of horses manes being plaited in West Dorset may be the results of pagan ritualism.

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Pagan dance – but not déshabillé
Pagan dance – but not déshabillé
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