PFPC posts these contacts as a service. Please use your discretion and your own judgment when accessing these links or contacting groups.
(4th Tuesday of every month at 7 your time)
http://pagan.meetup.com/ (2nd Wed./mo at 7)
http://magickal.meetup.com/ (1st Sat./mo at 5)
Sections of meetup (http://meetup.com/), which has interest groups for everyone from "bulldog owners to people with cleft palates." Go on-line and find the meet-up location (coffee shop, restaurant) if you want to meet local Pagans.
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Here is a sampling of Canadian groups. For more complete listings, see the Canadian Pagan Union.
Proactive Wiccan Pagan Alliance Nova Scotia
For New Brunswick information, email
Wiccan Church of Canada with temples in Toronto, Hamilton and Oshawa
Spirit Haven in Winnipeg (holds gatherings)
Covenant of Gaia (Calgary)
Pagan Association of Red Deer (PAR) and Grove of Danu Alberta Pagan Church with branches also in Calgary and Brooks.
Witchcamp (Starhawk's Reclaiming Tradition) Vancouver
Ár nDraíocht Féin ("Our Own Druidry") lists Canadian groves
http://www.irminsul.org/aw/awcan.html lists Canadian /sites
Toronto-area Heathen and Asatru list
Canadian Heathen List
Society of Celtic Shamans
University Students - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/InterUniPagans
The Canadian Pagan Union lists individuals, groups and resources, including military contacts
The Wiccan Church of Canada has a worldwide networking section
If you want to be a Canadian member of the Pagan Federation of the U.K.
The paganfed.org (UK) publishes an Information Pack which explains Paganism, many of its various traditions or branches, the seasonal festivals and the role played by the Federation, in addition to a quarterly journal, Pagan Dawn, and other publications. With links to Pagan Federation International contacts.
Covenant of the Goddess (USA) an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solo practitioners engaging in public activities through Local Councils.
Circle Sanctuary magazine, gatherings, Lady Liberty League, etc. Founded in 1974.
Starhawk Famous Pagan author (The Spiral Dance, etc.) and activist.
Witches' Voice The definitive Pagan site serving the Neo-Pagan global community with 1400 pages, updated daily, of contacts, shops, circles and events, listed by country, state, and city, including many Canadian listings.
groups.yahoo.com/group/KW_Pagans (Announcements about upcoming speakers and other local events.)
groups.yahoo.com/group/stthomas_on_pagans/ (Monthly meetings, message board, networking, family-oriented events.)
Comprehensive listing by province of Canadian shops
Pagan awareness down under
Polish Wiccan site! Has translation of The Charge of the Goddess
www.pantheism.net - "Towards
a naturalistic spirituality". They have this quote on their home page:
god is not the voice in the whirlwind
Christian Views of Wicca (not rants)
Christian FAQ on Wicca
Craig S. Hawkins Three articles on Wicca for Christian Research Institute
Loren Wilkenson Three articles on NeoPaganism for Christianity Today
Christianity Today Wicca articles for October 23, 2000 (based around Shelly
Wift, former Wiccan become Christian)
http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2000/012/11.106.html (also has links to two sane Christian perspectives on Halloween)
"The Lure of Paganism" (issues 32 & 34 mainly on the supremacy of Biblical
Christianity, issue 33 directly analyses Neo-Paganism)
Interesting Aussie Christian look at Wicca probably the "friendliest"
A Christian/Pagan view
"Personal Journeys of Christian Witches"
Jewish Witches "Jewitchery.com"
The Jewish Pagan Resource Page
Myths and Legends - resources for material from all over the world.
Very extensive site - www.sacred-texts.com
Hindu deities - www.exoticindia.com
Cdn. Tarot site
Fractal Universe Tarot (Cdn. Tarot designer)
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