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Alexandria - Alexandria, is the Internet mailing list for the discussion of the Western cosmological traditions. The focus of this symposium is interdisciplinary.
Alliance of Virtual Covens Mailing Lists - The AVC has many mailing lists to serve the pagan community. This link will take you to the page where you can choose to subscribe to any of the following lists; Activist, AfroCarribean, Bard, Celtic, Far East, GBL, Heal, Language, MagickRitual, Mediterranean, Men, Mideast, Military, Mythos, Northern, Parents, Seer, Solitaries, Wicca, Women, and YoungPagans.
Arcane - This is a list for seekers to discuss Western Mystery Traditions.
Aussie Pagans - Friendly pagan mailing list, bringing the Australian pagan community together.
Broom and Cauldron Pagan Parents - Join together, share ideas, and different views on being a Pagan parent in a predominantly Christian world
Cup of Wonder - A list devoted to discussions of religion, magick, philosophy, ethics, research and events of interest to neo-, retro-, paleo-, meso- and other Pagans, as well as those practicing non-Xtian or Reconstructionist religions.
Eclectic Teen Pagans Mailing List - A friendly, open minded mailing list for fellow Teen Pagans.
Gaea Magia - Gaea Magia is a place where Pagans and Wiccans can get together to discuss our Greco-Egyptian paths. Gaea Magia also offers study sessions and workshops in the Danbury , Connecticut area.
HeathenWays E-List - A discussion e-list which firmly emphasizes serious discussion about pre-Christian European Heathen beliefs including both culture, folklore, and religion.
Not-wiccan - This list is for non-wiccan pagans to get together and discuss paganism, life, love, and generally chat with each other.
Out Dwellers - A grove to Explore the Indo-European Religious culture Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Anatolian, etc. Will also explore other Pagan views and religious beliefs.
Pagan Clergy - The pagan-clergy mailing list was created to give pagan & heathen clergyfolk a place for information exchange and support. Topics relating to living and working as a clergyperson are considered fair game, as are general discussions of apologetics, polytheology, pastoral care and counseling, ritual development and presentation, training programs, legal concerns, and leadership issues.
Pagan MindCrafters - The PMC list is about what pagans feel, think and do - our beliefs, practices and experiences. It's about helping each other in the pagan community and on our individual paths. It was formerly part of the Pagan WebCrafters Association.
Pagan Parenting List - For Pagan parents seeking support, advice, laughter, and whatever else they might need.
Pagan Pathways Community - A mixed mystery tradition and wiccan community.
Pagan Readers - PaganReaders is a pan-pagan reading group. Discussing books of interest to pagans/heathens/polytheists/etc., including challenging titles that fall outside the usual offerings of the pagan/new age publishing establishment.
PaganDeity - Every month we discuss one Deity. We attempt to gain insight and spirituality from our Gods/Goddesses myths and symbols. For beginners and advanced practitioners.
Polytheology-L - List for Pagans, Neopagans, those following other alternative spiritual paths, and all who are interested in a reasonable and "civilized" dialogue on theological issues concerning these various forms of spirituality, whether as a practitioner, scholar, or interested contributor.
Reconstructionist Forum - An eList for scholars, practitioner-scholars, practitioners and interested individuals working in the area of reconstructed religions. Examples of these include Hellênismos, Keltoi, Religio Romana, Kemetic, Tyrrhenia, Romuva, Asatru, and many other beliefs.
Reconstructionist Interfaith - eList to facilitate information exchange, support, and networking among the members of reconstructionist religions. Reconstructionists are defined as those practicing religions derived from ancient (pre-Christian) faiths whose historical progress was interrupted by conversion, and which are currently being revived.