Wednesday 28 July 2010

Witches and pagans in the news

Russia plans to stop psychics advertising
The Russian parliament is considering making it illegal to advertise psychic services such as fortune telling in Russia. An article on RT discussed the issue at:

Calls to ban branding children as witches
Following the C4 documentary earlier this week, Dispatches: Britain's Witch Children, charities are calling for the government to make it illegal to brand a child as a witch. Community Newswire reports on this at:

Interview with Alan Moore
The Guardian interviewed comic writer, magician and visionary Alan Moore, creator of The Watchmen, last Saturday. You can read it at

Belgian Cat-Throwing Festival
Ypres, in Belgium, hosted its cat-throwing festival a few weeks ago. There was a review of the event, which derived from historic witch persecutions, in The Globe and Mail:

Biography of Sybil Leek
A new biography of witch, writer and teacher Sybil Leek has been published. The Orlando Sentinel ran a story about it at:

No comments: