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Martin spends a lazy afternoon at the Pagan Pride Festival with one of the most powerful witches in the known realms, Macha NightMare.
I learned a lot from her and the other pagans that day. First of all, pagans don't eat the still beating hearts of sacrificed animals. They eat BBQ, and the brisket they were grilling at the Pagan Pride Festival was absolutely wonderful, if a tad rare. Second, with all the medieval outfits, staves, swords, ponytails and fat legs extending from the bottom cuffs of jean shorts, if you woke up in the middle of a Pagan Pride Festival you'd think for sure you were at a live action role-playing game. And third, Pagans are nice people who should be proud. Their message is one of peace, love and acceptance, and who wouldn't find a little magic in that?
But enough with my thoughts. Let's hear about paganism and witchcraft straight from the witch's mouth on this episode of Web Drifter.