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Salutations [Apr. 8th, 2007|09:55 pm]
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geekgirlie
[music |Mythbusters]

Hi! I am new to this group and kind of new to paganism in general. I've been trying to learn all I can about paganism and wicca for a little over a year now and I'm now trying to connect to people in my area to get some new perspectives. I don't follow any specific tradition but I'm still learning.

I'm 29 and married and I live in Clayton with my five furry children. I work in Human Resources for a company in Durham and I play WoW in my spare time. That's about all I can think of (my life is dull...LOL).
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Hi there! [Feb. 6th, 2007|10:25 am]
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alibearkins
I just joined this lovely community, and I thought I'd say hello. I just moved to Columbia, SC from Florida. I am 22, living with my boyfriend and our ton of animals. :) I am not sure what else to say, hmm. I play a lot of World of Warcraft when I am not working. Ummmmm. I like to go out and have fun, meet new people, all that jazz.

Anyway, I am glad to be here! I'd love to get to know other Pagans in my area, so .. say hello!

Blessings,
Ali
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(no subject) [Dec. 3rd, 2006|11:51 am]
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cowbird
Hey, all. I've started a Pagan reading group in Cary. We're going to be meeting at the Borders Book on Walnut St. tonight at 7:30 and probably on a monthly basis after that. I know no one here is really in that area, but just in case.
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New to North Carolina [Nov. 2nd, 2006|11:24 pm]
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cowbird
Hey! I just joined and wanted to say hello on the off chance this community is more active than it looks.

I just moved to Raleigh and am always looking for new contacts. I have been Wiccan for about eight years and am a Dedicant in Blue Star Traditional Wicca. I've been trying to get a book club going in Cary but so far haven't gotten any community interest. I'm originally from Tidewater, Virginia, where there is a very vocal Pagan scene. Unfortunately there don't seem to be too many of us running around in North Carolina! Anyway, drop me a line if you live in my area and would like to chat a bit.
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Asheville Area Pagan Pride Day [Oct. 1st, 2006|05:41 pm]
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jessycat_techie
Asheville Area Pagan Pride Day
Oct 7th, noon to 6pm:
Please spread the word, please come out and support us!

Highlights include~
Musical performers, Keynote Speakers, Workshops, Raffles & Vendors. Harvest Rite & Labryinth too!Collapse )

Takes place on the 'quad' on UNCA in front of Ramsey Library in
Asheville, NC.

For more info/directions:
http://www.ceres-wnc.org/ppd/

(x-posted in various communities)
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(no subject) [Apr. 17th, 2006|11:16 pm]
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polywogg
Thought you may all be interested in this. It will be a lot of fun, hope to see you there! :)

Spring Masquerade Ball & Dining for Friends Fund-Raiser
Saturday, May. 6th. 2006
Event Time: 7:30pm - Midnight
Greensboro, North Carolina
Special Musical Guests - Spittin Kitties

Celebrate Beltane with the Triad CUUPS Spring Masquerade at the UU Church of Greensboro. Dress in your Pagan finest. Mask yourself in fantasy! Join us for an evening of live music and dancing (with the band Spittin' Kitties they're AWESOME) food, fun and frivolity.

Begin with a centering ritual representing our diverse faiths. (THAT'S ME!) Let Middle Eastern dancers enthrall you. As part of the evening's festivities, proceeds from special auction items abd services (psychic readers, henna artists, etc.) will go to the Triad Health Project Dining for Friends project to help combat HIV/AIDS. Cash and check accepted.

Advance tickets are $15 per person, $25 per couple and may be purchased from any Triad CUUPS member or by stopping by Eclectic By Nature, 408 State St., Greensboro, NC, or Bubba's Herb Shop in Blairs, VA, or from any CUUPs member. The night of the Ball, tickets are $20 per person at the door.

To buy tickets and for more details please message me or go here: http://www.triadcuups.org/
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(no subject) [Apr. 6th, 2006|11:14 am]
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hopeineternity
I just joined this community, so I thought I'd make an introductory post. I live in Boone NC and have been a practicing pagan for 7 years. There really isn't that much else, but I'd welcome questions if there is anything you'd like to know.
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Hello [Feb. 6th, 2006|10:16 pm]
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wishmaster1999
Hello everyone

I have been on this group for a while now but never introduced my self. I joined when a buddy of mine mentioned that there where groups on LJ. My thought was, damn maybe I can find some kewl people to converse with. I am not really pagan; I’m more of an eclectic and have a Zen nature more or less. Some of my favorite subjects are gods, goddess, time travel, demons and vampires.

Later
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Turkey Day [Nov. 24th, 2005|08:52 am]
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flutterby369
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They really were serious [Nov. 16th, 2005|09:56 am]
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anduril_phoenix
For those of you who don't know about the Christian Exodus, they're a group of conservative Christians who plan to move into South Carolina, and eventually secede from the United States.

Needless to say, I'm moving within the next year or 2.

(x-posted to biblebeltpagans and ncscpagans)
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