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Conceptual Progress in Wider Paganism…

By P. Sufenas Virius Lupus

[Snip] Peter Dybing made a post recently on “The Burned Out Priestess.” He makes a good point that I think is still largely lost on many modern pagans, whether in fact or in misplaced ideals.

To put it bluntly, the way that Joseph Kramer did (paraphrased slightly) in relation to sacred intimate training: no one should aspire to be all things to all people–it’s impossible.

And yet, too many pagans speak about wanting their leaders to be not only trained in ritual praxis, magic, energy working, and a variety of things that would be traditionally associated with clerical or priestly vocations, but also theology and scholarship, pastoral counseling, crisis management, financial planning, event planning, and also probably dancing, singing, cooking, and a variety of other things.

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