Wednesday, June 06, 2007


¶ All genuine religions have torchlight processions (Clifton's 3rd Law of Religion), but how do you make a torch? This guy has answers. For more Neolithic fun, make your own rock-and-plant-fiber oil lamp. He has instructions for that job too. It's all a metaphor for living.

¶ I have been remiss in not thanking Anne Hill for her review of Her Hidden Children.

¶ Summer library program yanked after claims of witchcraft. That's Greenville, South Carolina. I will be in nearby Spartanburg all next week. Luckily, I do not own any tie-dyed T-shirts. (Via Wren's Nest.)

¶ Some Danish Pagans decided to make a religio-political statement--with a large stone. Take that, Harald Bluetooth!

¶ Some Greek Pagans are now able to use ancient temples, although bureaucratic delays persist.

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Anonymous Erik said...

Huh, whaddaya know - you're going to be in my neck of the woods. What in the world takes you to Spartanburg??

10:26 PM  
Blogger Chas S. Clifton said...

Attending a conference at Wofford College.

8:32 AM  
Blogger gl. said...

chas, how many laws of religion do you have and where can i see them all in one place? :)

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anne Hill said...

Why, you're welcome. Thanks for writing a book that was so pleasant to review.


5:38 PM  

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