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The Open Cauldron Articles Initiative
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During the past few weeks we've discussed internally about the possibility of introducing our own news feed to The Open Cauldron. We decided that although it's quite an undertaking, we should go ahead and begin partnering with writers to join our articles team and start publishing unique content.
We're happy to announce that we've published our first article to the Open Cauldron website. The authors are Heather Dunn and Rodi Bragg discussing Zodiac Crystals. You can read the article
Zodiac Crystals with Heather Dunn and Rodi Bragg
We are looking for more qualified writers that we can work with so if you are interested in writing for The Open Cauldron Articles Initiative , please reach out to Felix at
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Pagan Community Notes: Canadian Heathen becomes Interim Party Leader, a new exhibit at Buckland Museum, and Elizabeth Fisher crosses the VeilPosted by The Wild Hunt on 2020-09-28 22:27:15
In this week's Pagan Community Notes, Robert Rudachyk has been appointed as Interim Leader of Saskatchewan Liberal Party, Elizabeth Fisher, writer and UU leader, crosses the Veil, Unnamed Path receives 501(c)3 status, and a new series "Beyond the Yellow House" describes abuse by "evil witches" in New Mexico.
Eric O. Scott reviews the new translation of Beowulf by Maria Dahvana Headley, which features modern slang and a focus on the poem's relationship to the women within it.
Prometheus: I stole fire from Hephaestus, and I stole the arts of Athena.
Epimetheus: Dude, Zeus is going to be SO angry!
Karl Seigfried examines the myths of the Old Norse Volsung cycle and considers what meanings they might have for the modern world.
Sheri Barker basks in the work - in the garden and in the soul - of the harvest season.