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Pagan scouting group takes root

By Jeff Wright

Five-year-old Jade Rainsong jumps out of his mother’s car, looking sharp in his green pressed shirt, tan pants and brown hiking boots. “I’ve got on my SpiralScout uniform and mud-whompers!” he boasts. Jade, new to the whole scouting experience, races to the door of his 4-year-old buddy, Joey. Inside, the two boys and five other youngsters – three of them girls – prepare for a Saturday afternoon of crafts, snacks and fun.

But this is not their parents’ Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts – immediately evident when these kids gather around a coffee table and light candles in solemn tribute to earth, water, fire and air. No, this is the SpiralScouts – the pagan version of learning outdoor skills and earning badges.

Read the original article at: The Register-Guard

Read the original article at: The Register-Guard

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