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But many years later when the Spirits do return, the Oracles, like musical instruments, speak, for those who can utilize them are present again...
—Plutarch, Priest of Apollo at Delphi,
On the Cessation of Oracles

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Welcome to the Hermetic Fellowship
Pagan Resources...
This site is dedicated to serving as a general resource for students and practitioners of the Western Hermetic Tradition, and as a specific resource for the Alexandrine Temple of the Hermetic Fellowship, located in Portland, Oregon, USA.

This list is provided as an informational resource. Though some truly fine organizations and resources are listed here, not all that are listed are well known to the Hermetic Fellowship. Therefore, the appearance of a group or other resource in this listing does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement by the Hermetic Fellowship. In becoming involved with any group or teacher, the seeker should always exercise his or her reason and intuition. Caveat Quæstor.

Note: We will not be maintaining a huge collection of links on this page because the job of harvesting Pagan links has been done so well elsewhere, and there is no reason to re-invent the Wheel of the Year; we will instead try to direct the seeker to the best of the existing collections of Pagan links, and to point out a few individual sites of particular interest for one reason or another (including, of course, those maintained by the Hermetic Fellowship and its members).

Bullet Pagan Reading List
Under development by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(Hermetic Fellowship) Under Construction
Bullet Pagan Best of the Web
“Welcome to the Pagan Best of the Web! The oldest pagan award on the Net . . . .PBOW is now sponsored by Omphalos.”
(Atho) Link Updated 03/01
Bullet Omphalos
Center of the Pagan Web! !The Omphalos Directory: The first Pagan directory on the web now brings you the first true Pagan search engine - now indexing 143312 webpages on 1013 websites...”
(Atho) Link Updated 03/01
Bullet alt.pagan FAQ
“Summary: This FAQ for alt.pagan answers questions on paganism, Wicca, & witchcraft. Authors: Susan Harwood Kaczmarczik; Br'an Arthur Davis-Howe; T. O. Radzykewycz; Ailsa N.T. Murphy; Cecilia Henningsson.”
(faqs.org) Link Updated 03/01
Bullet Ashlynn’s Grove
“Pagan Information Network, serving the Pagan community since 1995.”
An extensive site. Articles, reviews, calendars, etc.
(Ashlynn) New! 03/01
Bullet Circle Sanctuary
“A guide to Circle Sanctuary, its Pagan/Nature Religious practices and resources including its feature quarterly magazine publication the Circle Network News.”
(Circle) Link Updated 03/01
Bullet The Temple: Wild Spirituality - Wicca, neopaganism, ecospirituality, nature magic
“Welcome to the Temple, wherein is explored the spirituality that stems from wildness — religion that is lived, felt and experienced rather than simply believed in real and ecstatic and visceral. Wicca, neo-paganism, ecospirituality, shamanism, totemism, shapeshifting, therianthropy, nature magic, animal and plant lore, and earth-based spirituality of all kinds.”
(Lynna Landstreet) New! 03/01
Bullet Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans
“The Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) is an organization dedicated to networking Pagan-identified Unitarian Universalists (UUs), educating people about Paganism, promoting interfaith dialogue, developing Pagan liturgies and theologies, and supporting Pagan-identified UU religious professionals.
The Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) was chartered by the Unitarian Universalist Association at the General Assembly in 1987.”
(CUUPS) Link Verified 03/01
Bullet Church of All Worlds
“The mission of the Church of All Worlds is to evolve a network of information, mythology and experience that provides a context and stimulus for re-awakening Gaea, and re-uniting her children through tribal community dedicated to responsible stewardship and evolving consciousness.”
(CAWeb) Link Verified 03/01
Bullet Isaac Bonewits’ Homepage
“Paganizing the Mainstream by Mainstreaming Paganism”
Welcome to my cybernetic grove and virtual stone circle! This website contains materials by and about Isaac Bonewits and his topics of expertise:
Druidism, Paganism, Witchcraft, magic(k), liturgical design, polytheology, and polyamory. It includes updated versions of many of his writings now floating about the Net, excerpts from current and upcoming books, song lyrics (serious, silly, bawdy, and invocatory), curmudgeonly rants about Satanists and other Christian Fundamentalists, and other items to educate, enlighten, annoy and/or amuse. This is an archive site, so “old” items are more numerous than new ones.”
(Isaac Bonewits) New! 03/01
Bullet The Virtual Pomegranate
“The Pomegranate is the combined effort of a group of senior Pagans in the United States and Canada. Its purpose is to provide a scholarly venue for the forthright and critical examination of Neopagan beliefs and practices. We intend this Journal to be a forum for the exchange and discussion of the philosophy, ethics, and spiritual potential inherent within modern Paganism's many paths. The consideration of new ideas, as well as the exploration of the roots of our current practices, such as classical Paganism, western esoteric traditions and influences from other disciplines, will be included. In the interests of promoting lively discussion, we encourage both our writers and our readers to keep an open mind, and to be ready to explore a wide variety of outlooks.”
(Fritz Muntean) New! 03/01
Bullet Academic Links for Researching Neo-Paganism, Druidism and Wicca
“Drynemetum's Academic Research Center: Researching Neopaganism, Druidism and Wicca
Education was the hallmark of the ancient Druids, and in keeping with that tradition, the modern Druids have been strong proponents of academic research. For example the Ar nDraiocht Fein seminary program, the OBOD flurry of commercially successful books by Phil Carr-Gomm, and of course, the Reformed Druids lengthy publication; "A Reformed Druid Anthology".
The Neo-Pagan movement, which includes Wicca and Druidism, is only about 40 years old, but it is in a state of fervent growth and diverse exploration. Like most religions, after the founders have died, the movements will no doubt become more conservative and build upon the opinions of past elders and solidified group traditions. Now is an excellent time for researchers to begin long-term studies of the general movement and/or some of its more stable organizations. We hope these academic resources will help you, feel free to copy them and amend them (but give us some credit, of course).”
(Drynemetum) New! 03/01
Bullet Seattle Pagan Scholars
Exceptional, high quality occasional meetings.
(Brandy Williams) New! 03/01
Bullet Nature Religions Scholars Network
“We are a group of scholars and practitioner-scholars working in the area of nature-based religions--in other words, those religious paths which do not depend upon written scripture or the words of one prophet or teacher but which take nature as their symbolic center.”
(NRSN) New! 03/01
Bullet Feraferia
“A Non-Profit Religious and Educational Foundation Incorporated August 2nd, 1967, CE
The historic mission of this foundation is to salvage, transform and re-activate the timeless INITIATIC CODE of Planet Earth, as enshrined in the Grand Scaramental Societies of ancient times, for the New Precessional Year of THE DIVINE MAIDEN.
FERAFERIA means Wilderness Sacrament. FERAFERIA is a Paradisal Fellowship for the loving celebration of Wilderness Mysteries with FAERIE style, courtly elegance, refinement and grace. The Great Work of FERAFERIA is the lyrical unification of Ecology, Artistry, Mythology and Liturgy. In such Love-Play-Work may Women and Men achieve reunion with Great Nature, each other, and their own Souls, before and after the Transition we call "Death".”
(Feraferia) New! 03/01
Bullet Paagan Parenting
Articles, mailing lisats, forums and chat, kids’ stuff, etc.
(paganparenting.com) New! 03/01
Bullet Pagan Chant of the Month
“Welcome to the Pagan chants of the month page! This page is sponsored by Ivo Domínguez, Jr. (Panpipe). I will be posting one or two chants at the beginning of each month. Some will be chants that are well known in the Pagan/Wiccan community and others will be less known, or new. Whenever possible I will credit the author of the chant. If I don't know and you do- please let me know.” Non-streaming (downloadable) RealAudio!
Link Verified 03/01
Bullet Damiara’s Chant Page
“After a long hiatus, I finally began posting new chants again a few months back. (Yay!) This webpage was created so that I can share chants with the Pagan community. In most cases, the chants on this page are original and have been authored by me. From time to time, I may also publish chants written by others, in which case I will put the name of the author.” Non-streaming (downloadable) RealAudio!
Link Verified 03/01
Bullet Pagan Broadcasting Network
“Welcome to PBN - Providing music and programming of interest to the Pagan Community.” Streaming mp3 audio via Live365.com!
(Jennifer LaVoie)
New! 03/01
Bullet The Spiritual Pagan (MP3 Radio Station)
“The Spiritual Pagan is a station for the Pagan who wants music that is both beautiful and meaningful. Over Three Hours of music so you can listen all day, and still not get bored, Our Music is rearranged daily, and it's designed for your listening pleasure. We also add new Music every week!” Streaming mp3 audio!
New! 03/01
Bullet The Lighthearted Pagan (MP3 Radio Station)
“The Lighthearted Pagan is a station for the Pagan who wants music that makes you want to get up and dance, laugh, and just generally feel a lot better.When you are feeling blue, or just bored, stop by The Lighthearted Pagan for a natural pick me up.” Streaming mp3 audio!
New! 03/01
Bullet Neopaganism in Central-Eastern Europe
“The rapid emergence of neo-pagan groups in Central and Eastern Europe seems to be a fruitful object of study; it took place in a region where national tensions burst out after the fall of communism with extreme intensity, following a long period of the artificial freeze.”
(Piotr Wiench) New! 03/01
Bullet Wiccan Resources
Maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) Updated! 03/01
Bullet Celtic Resources
Maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) New! 03/01
Bullet Druidic Resources
Maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) Updated! 03/01
Bullet The Nine Houses of Gaia
A non-profit organization promoting interest in Earth-based religions, both past and present. We publish the Open Ways newsletter 8 times a year, and host The Northwest Fall Equinox Festival.
(9 Houses) New! 03/01
Bullet PDX Pagan Directory
Portland, OR. Formerly called the Portland Pagan Pages.
(Lyceum of the Trees) New! 03/01
Bullet Pagan Profiles: Oregon
A regional Pagan directory
(Pagan Profiles) New! 03/01
Bullet Pagan Profiles: Washington
A regional Pagan directory
(Pagan Profiles) New! 03/01
Bullet The Ancient Pagan Mysteries
Maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) Updated! 03/01
Bullet The Stele
“Purpose: To foster the development of Hellenic Neopaganism by providing a central contact point for Neopagans interested in the Greek and
Roman traditions.
Goals: Provide a way for Hellenic Neopagans to contact others in the same geographical area or with common interests. Provide a central location for the collection and dissemination of information of interest to Hellenic Neopagans, including festivals (e.g. Nashville Panathenaia), organizations, publications, goods, services, rituals, and reference material.”
(J. Opsopaus) Link Verified 03/01
Bullet The Dionysion
A Shrine maintained as a Votive Offering to Dionysos the Liberator.
(HF& Lysiodoros) Updated! 03/01
Bullet The Fellowship of Isis
“The information and policies within this website have originated directly from Lady Olivia Robertson of the FOI Foundation Center. The last two years, this much beloved co-founder of the Fellowship has worked steadily to create a firm foundation that will accommodate the rapid growth of this organization that was first founded in 1976. Through her wisdom inspired by Isis, a clear structure has now been provided for the members of the Fellowship to follow within the new millennium. The FOI Homepage provides a means to disseminate this information in a timely and unbiased manner.”
(FOI) Link Updated 03/01
Bullet Egyptian Resources
Maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) Updated! 03/01
Bullet The Jewish Pagan Resources Page
“Welcome to the Jewish Pagan resources page. This page is meant to be a guide to the resources of interest to Jewish Pagans, both on and off the Net, as well as some background information on Judeopaganism and Semitic Paganism in general.”
(Lilitu) New!
Bullet Qadash Kinahnu: A Canaanite Phoenician Temple
“I am Lilinah biti-Anat, head priestess here and dedicant to the Canaanite Goddess Anat. The purpose of this temple is the explanation and worship of the ancient deities of Canaan and Phoenicia, an area in the Near East which includes what are the modern countries of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel/Palestine, all the way through the Sinai. This area is also known as the Levant and is where Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all began. But before monotheism, the people worshipped the Divine in many forms, and some of us still do.”
(Lilinah biti-Anat) New! 03/01
Bullet Western Mystery Tradition
Maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) Updated! 03/01
Bullet About Dion Fortune
A very good biographical sketch of Dion Fortune (1890-1960), author of The Sea Priestess, etc. On the Gareth Knight website.
(R. Mazonowicz) New! 03/01
Bullet A Goddess Arrives: The Novels of Dion Fortune and the Development of Gardnerian Wicca
An article by Chas Clifton originally appearing in Gnosis 8, Fall 1988.
(Chas Clifton) New! 03/01
Bullet Pagan & Occult Booksellers
Directory maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) Updated! 03/01
Bullet Other Pagan & Occult Merchants
Directory maintained on-site by the Hermetic Fellowship.
(HF) Updated! 03/01
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