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Religious Merger Creates 900 Million Hinjews

Attainment of Nirvana Still Goal, But Not So Important That You Should Miss Cousin Vijay’s Bar Mitzvah

New Delhi–Hinjew leaders today conceded the merger of Hinduism and Judaism has not worked out as planned, as instead of forming a super-religion to fight off the common Islamic enemy, they have instead created a race of 900 . . . → Read More: Religious Merger Creates 900 Million Hinjews

Hidden Symbols of Thanksgiving

by Zsuzsanna Budapest & Bobbie Grennier

Are you kidding us Fox News? You want us to believe that origins of thanksgiving should be attributed to some secret Christian good old boys club? Well, that seems to be exactly what Fox News is pushing, and we’re not having any of it.

No secret society . . . → Read More: Hidden Symbols of Thanksgiving

A Quick Thought on Critters

One of the things that I tell people curious about totemism is that one of the best ways to get to know totems is to study their natural history and biology, to get to know the physical animals attached to the totems. What I see all too often is a romanticization of animals, and . . . → Read More: A Quick Thought on Critters

Paranormal sighting in Downsview

by David Bezmogis

It is this room that is seen in the infrared video surveillance. Its ceiling, walls, and floor are entirely covered in salt, and it is meant to mimic the conditions in a naturally occurring salt cavern – whose atmosphere is believed to be beneficial to people suffering from respiratory diseases. Part of . . . → Read More: Paranormal sighting in Downsview

Gender-Changing in Gods and Daimones

By Laria

The theme of gender-changing, whether by one’s own hand or choice or by another’s, occurs frequently in Hellenic mythologies. It is accompanied, often, by gender-reversal; by gods and daimones acting as the opposite gender, rather than actually becoming the opposite gender. Part of this is undoubtedly due to the gender fluidity of the . . . → Read More: Gender-Changing in Gods and Daimones

Have A Holly Jolly Solstice

by Leslie Bilderback

As I get older, I find that I have less tolerance for the holiday hubbub. (It’s only a matter of time before I am screaming at the neighborhood kids to get off my lawn.) I can totally see why Charlie Brown was annoyed with his snotty little sister and that beagle.

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Mistletoe Magic

By Jennifer

The holy magic of the mistletoe was well known to the druids, whose ceremonial rites are remembered in the traditions of Yule and other seasonal festivals.

Traditionally, mistletoe has always formed part of the decorations of the Christmas season if only to provide the excuse for a kiss when hung in a . . . → Read More: Mistletoe Magic

Son stabbed ‘witch’ mother 21 times

By John-Paul Ford Rojas

A divorced father of three stabbed his mother 21 times after becoming convinced that she was a witch and had put a curse on him, a court heard today. Kayode Kuye tortured and killed Christina Kuye, 69, because he believed she had ruined his life with a black magic spell, the . . . → Read More: Son stabbed ‘witch’ mother 21 times

Rider fans snap up watermelons in Calgary

With thousands of Roughrider fans descending on Calgary this week, there’s suddenly a huge demand for watermelons. For years, Saskatchewan fans have been wearing hollowed-out melons on their own melons. Now, with the Grey Cup game Sunday pitting Saskatchewan against the Montreal Alouettes, demand for the summery treat has skyrocketed.

“Calgary has taken . . . → Read More: Rider fans snap up watermelons in Calgary

Ten Dumb Reasons To Join A Coven

By Bronwen Forbes

1. It’s the closest one to my house.

So if a coven includes a sleazy sexual predator, a power-tripping High Priestess and charges $100 for a mandatory eight-week training class, you’d join it anyway just because it’s the one closest to your house? Just say no!

On the other . . . → Read More: Ten Dumb Reasons To Join A Coven