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Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:

An Old Religion for a New Age: Neo-Paganism by Tim Zell, 1987

 Item — Box 11: Series Series 5, Folder: 3, Item: 21 Insert
Collection number: Folder 3
About

A brochure written to describe Neopaganism originally ssued when Church of All Worlds was in St. Louis, Missouri

Dates: Publication: 1987

Box 1: Miscellaneous Media

 Series — Box 1: Series Box 1
Collection number: Box 1
Content Description From the Collection:

Obsolete Media: Cassettes, VHS tapes; name badges (lanyards) from various festivals

Dates: 1971 - 2023

Chas S. Clifton Collection

 Collection
Collection number: MS-150-29

Grow to Love 1

 Digital Work
Collection number: 050799C6-A7F3-419D-445A-353FC8B87434
Dates: 1993; Digitized: 2020-08-31

Guy Frost Faerie Faith Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-150-3
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials related to Guy Frost's study of the Faerie Faith under Cliff Landis, including personal notes, biographies, correspondence, paraphernamia, and research materials on a variety of subjects such as: tarot, history of the Craft, and formative causation, and the history of Faerie Faith.There are also papers relating to the creation of NAMOSRL, beginning with the 2004 joint project between Cliff Landis and Guy Frost on an internet inventory New Religious...
Dates: 1933 - 2015

Linda Kerr Faerie Faith Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-150-2
Scope and Contents Faerie Faith is a Wiccan tradition with a foundation from the McFarland Dianic Tradition developed by Morgan McFarland (1941-2015) and Mark Roberts (1934-2012) circa 1971, Dallas, Texas. Mark Roberts left Dallas and the McFarland Dianics to pursue a new tradition, Hyperborea. Before moving to Atlanta, Georgia, he spent two year in New York. It was in Atlanta in 1979, that Mark met Epona and introduced her to the teachings of Hyperborea. Epona's and Mark's vision of what Hyperborea should be...
Dates: Acquired: Date acquired: 03/22/2016

Loy and Louis Stone Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Collection number: MS-150-16

New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library (NAMOSRL)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-150-1
Abstract

Contains individual archival collections (described separately), books, periodicals, ephemera, paraphernalia, and research notes related to New age movements, occultism, magic and witchcraft, personal transformation, astrology, spiritualism, and shamanism.

Dates: Acquired: 2016-03-22 - 2024

Open Source Alexandrian and Witches' Order of the Golden Dawn Collections

 Collection
Collection number: MS-150-6
Scope and Contents

The Collection contains a variety of born digital items from the activities of Witches' Order of the Golden Dawn (WOGD), teh coven Circle of Cerridwen, and the Open Source Alexandrian tradition including, Podcasts, blog posts, essays, and other miscellenous publications.

Dates: 2010 - 2015

Open Ways, Issue 70, Samhain, 2000

 Item — Box 2, Folder: 13, Item: 1
About

Newslettr staff: editor, Pam; layout editor, Jam; data entry, Cram; advertising, I Am; distribution, Dennis, Priscilla, Sharel

Dates: Publication: 2000

Open Ways, Issue 90, Beltane, 2003

 Item — Box 2, Folder: 13, Item: 2
About

Editor: Pam FoShay; distribution team: Chrissy, Dennis, Priscilla, Sharel

Dates: Publication: 2003

Open Ways, Issue 92, Lammas, 2003

 Item — Box 2, Folder: 13, Item: 3
About

Open Ways is published eight times a year on the Quarters and Cross-Quarters, by The Nine Houses of Gaia, Inc. Newsletter staff: editor: Pam FoShay; distribution team: Chrissy, Dennis, Priscilla, Sharel

Dates: Publication: 2003

[Pagana] Subscription Form / Questionnaire, 1986

 Item — Box 11: Series Series 5, Folder: 3, Item: 17 insert
Collection number: Folder 3
Description

A questionnaire aimed at Mensa members asking for address information, permissions to publish personal information like an address and under what name, how long a person has been interested in Paganism or the occult, areas of interest, books read, and most importantly, what they would like to see SIG do

Dates: Issued: 1986

Pagana v.1, no.3=[whole no.3], Spring Equinox=Ostara, 1981

 Item — Box 11: Series Series 5, Folder: 2, Item: 3
Collection number: Folder 2
About From the File:

Pagana began Winter Solstice 1980 and was published by the Pagan, Occult, Witchcraft Special Interest Group of Mensa. It is the product of a merge between Lunar Priestess and Robin Hood's Barn. It ceased with no.54, Lammas 1990.

Dates: Publication: 1981

Pagana v.1, no.4=[whole no.4], Sumer Solstice=Litha, 1981

 Item — Box 11: Series Series 5, Folder: 2, Item: 4
Collection number: Folder 2
About From the File:

Pagana began Winter Solstice 1980 and was published by the Pagan, Occult, Witchcraft Special Interest Group of Mensa. It is the product of a merge between Lunar Priestess and Robin Hood's Barn. It ceased with no.54, Lammas 1990.

Dates: Publication: 1981

Pagana, v.1, no.5=[whole no.5], Lammas, 1981

 Item — Box 11: Series Series 5, Folder: 2, Item: 5
Collection number: Folder 2

Pagana, v.1, no.6=[whole no.6], Autumnal Equinox (Northern Hemisphere)=Mabon, 1981

 Item — Box 11: Series Series 5, Folder: 2, Item: 6
Collection number: Folder 2
About

The newsletter of the Pagan/Witchcraft/Occult Special Interest Group of American Mensa, Ltd.

Dates: Publication: 1981

Pagana, v.2, no.2=whole no.8, Yule (Northern Hemisphere), 1981

 Item — Box 11: Series Series 5, Folder: 2, Item: 8
Collection number: Folder 2
About

The newsletter of the Pagan/Witchcraft/Occult Special Interest Group of American Mensa

Dates: Publication: 1981