Posts Tagged ‘pagan’

Whether You’re Christian or Wiccan, Clancy’s Christmas Trees & Pumpkin Patch Satisfies – An Inner Sunset Tradition

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

Well, Samhain / Halloween is almost here, so it’s time to check out Yelp-rated Clancy’s Christmas Trees and Pumpkin Patch in the Inner Funset* near Lawton and 7th Avenue.

But don’t be afraid to grab your Christian boy or girl and get on over there, as they’ll be welcome as well.

Who needs the suburbs? Who needs Half Moon Bay? Clancy’s has everything needed to satisfy all your pum’kin patch needs and it looks pretty good on a Dreaded Sunny Day:

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Always remember, “Dropping Pumpkins Will Hurt Them.”

All right, Blessed Be and Merry Part.

See you there!

*Never ever joke around about how the Inner Sunset maybe, sometimes, just maybe has a bit of fog sometimes or about how there were six parking spaces a stone’s throw away from Park Chow available at eight-something PM on a cold winter’s night. The IS’ers, they don’t like that kind of talk. NOT ONE BIT!

No more scooter rides in the cemetery

Just old spider webs and memories

No more scooter rides in the cemetery

Just old spider webs and memories

Get Your Pagan On This Spring at Berkeley’s 8th Annual Pagan Festival

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

The Pagan Alliance would like to remind you about the 8th Annual Pagan Festival and Pride Parade coming up on May 9, 2009. That’s right, it’ll be here in just three short months.

Of course, Paganism is:

the blanket term given to describe religions and spiritual practices of pre-Christian Europe, and by extension a term for polytheistic traditions or folk religion worldwide seen from a Western or Christian viewpoint. The term has various different meanings, though, from a Western perspective, it has modern connotations of a faith that has polytheistic, spiritualist, animistic or shamanic practices.

Are you sold yet? Via Sqacco. See these Pagans? This could be you, come Spring.

All the deets, after the jump