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Sunday, March 24 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
African Threads in the Fabric of the Hellenic World

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Cowrie shells are commonly known in New Orleans Voodoo, but have been found in Ancient Egypt as well as in Native Faith traditions like Serbian Vlach.  Hellenic Diasporic research shows us that a great deal of African history can be found in Ancient Greek history, from Poseidon's romantic pursuits with women of Ancient Aethiopia to the Africans that immigrated to the town called Avato (in the Xanthi region of Greece).  This is the grove of Diversity, as we define Multicultural Paganism for the modern Pagan era.

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Clio Ajana

Clio Ajana is a Death Midwife, an Archiereia of Hellenic Alexandrian Witchcraft & Spiritual Tradition, a practitioner of Romuva Tradition as a Devotee of Laima, and a member of the House of Our Lady of Celestial Fire, E.O.C.T.O. A Wild Hunt columnist, she lives in Minnesota. Everything... Read More →
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Arxontas DNMI

Arxontas DNMI (Άρχοντας ΔΝΜΙ) is a Hierophant-Archmagos of Hellenic Alexandrian Witchcraft & Spiritual Tradition, and also practices as a Balkan Heathen & a Greco-Buddhist. He currently lives in Jacksonville, FL and serves as the Secretary for NE Florida Pagan Leadership... Read More →

Sunday March 24, 2019 2:45pm - 4:15pm MDT