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Beltane on the Beach!

We are looking forward to seeing everyone at this year’s Beltane on the Beach! Check out the schedule and other information at the website! Beltaneonthebeach.org Travel safe, and see y’all there! Welcome to Beltane on the Beach!

Next meeting 5/12 at 7pm

Dear Friends of EarthTides, Please join us at the next EarthTides meeting on Sunday May 12th. The meetings are held virtually via Zoom (using your computer or phone), from the comfort of your own home. The purpose of the meetings is to revitalize EarthTides, particularly our online presence (as a complement to our in-person gatherings …

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A Hub for Maine Pagan Events

Merry Meet! A recent survey by the Pagan Unity Association has revealed a community need that isn’t currently being served. The problem is that many Pagans aren’t attending open Pagan events because they don’t know about them. As a community, we’ve become overly reliant on Facebook to spread the word about our events. Yet unless …

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A Druid Order for Maine

I’ve been wondering lately, what exactly is Maine?  In the strictest sense, Maine is lines on a map that define its political boundaries, to the West with New Hampshire and to the North and Northeast with Canada.  However, within the arbitrary lines that define our political existence lie innumerable regions, micro-climates, geographical features and geological history. …

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Goddess, Education, Magick and Spirituality

When you hear someone say anything about the Feminine Divine, what do you think of? What does it mean to our contemporary society in all the various stages and aspects of life? The Feminine Divine is about returning to nature, about harmony in both the masculine and feminine, yin and yang re-united in balance, about …

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Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Day

On Saturday, October 13 from 1-5PM at the Herbert Sargent Community Center in Old Town, ME, Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Association proudly presents the 3rd annual Eastern Maine Pagan Pride Day! All ages, faiths, flavors, and perceived experience levels are welcome to attend. Admission is a non-perishible food item or an item from the Bangor Ronald …

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The Weaving: A Pagan Rite of Vision – October 2012

Song lines entwine. Ancient stories, ever new on misty breath. Air feeds sacred Fire, Warming our hearts and giving honor to our elders. Ancestors called to witness. Dancers whirl. Soul touching Soul touching Soul, we weave a Pagan place. Our tribe prays for Vision. I wrote the poem above as I sat dreaming of a …

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