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Chancellor's New Year's Address

Greetings all,

As Year 22 Aquarius draws to a close, we must confess that we are filled with excitement for the dawning of Year 23! We feel that 23 Aquarius will be a pivotal year in the history of our Tradition and the wider Pagan movement as well!

One of the biggest reasons for this is the Ninth Convening of the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago, 13-18 August Year 23 Aq. This is the Thirtieth Anniversary of the first modern Parliament of the World’s Religions, held in Chicago i

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On behalf of the Correllian Tradition and myself personally, I would like to congratulate Rt. Rev. Ser Ed Hubbard on the occasion of his Pearl Anniversary with the Correllian Council of Elders. It is not every day that someone celebrates Thirty Years on the Council of Elders and it well deserves to be commemorated!
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In my journey’s across America, there is one refrain that I heard repeatedly. I was proclaimed a Fluffy Bunny™ and my Tradition was the same. I believe it was supposed to stop me in my tracks, to insult me, and bring me to public shame. The expectation I am to feel, is to withdraw and be delegitimized before these who feel energy and might. They call me personally and my Tradition a Fluffy Bunny™. In that moment, the thrower of words, expects me to stand aside, while they are the true warrior. I

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From the Correllian Chancellor

Greetings all,

By now I am sure we all know what happened at the Supreme Court recently. I am sure that no one is surprised, as it had been made clear that they were going to do it, but still it shocks if not surprises.

If something that American citizens have understood as a Constitutional Right for two generations can go away just like that, then one has to assume that in the end there really are no Constitutional Rights, only privileges that can be given or taken at will by those in powe
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2/13/2023 EBSAT Meeting 5:00 PM PDT to 5:30 PM PDT – John Beckett shares Animism: A Foundation for Connecting to Nature

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    “Animism: A Foundation for Connecting to Nature”

    Unlike what some of us were taught in school, animism is not a “primitive religion.” It’s a worldview: a way of understanding the universe, our place in it, and how we can relate to it all.


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    (Picture of an invitation to the EBSAT meeting and John Beckett dressed in his Druid outfit…

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