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Hospitality For Humans

By John Beckett

Hospitality is at the top of the list of modern Pagan virtues.

We especially want to be hospitable to the Gods and ancestors. We politely invite Them to our rituals, we offer Them food and drink, and we regale Them with tales and re-enactments of Their mighty deeds. We say farewell when we’re done. We want the Gods to know we take our virtues seriously and that we’re good hosts.

Meanwhile, our human guests sit in the corner quietly waiting for the ritual to start while a handful of regulars are holding a loud private conversation in the kitchen.

Nobody thinks our human guests are unimportant and nobody means to be inhospitable, but that’s what countless visitors to Pagan gatherings experience eight times every year.

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