Witch School leaves Illinois this wee...

Witch School leaves Illinois this weekend

There are 110 comments on the Customer Interaction Solutions story from Oct 31, 2009, titled Witch School leaves Illinois this weekend. In it, Customer Interaction Solutions reports that:

Since the Witch School set up shop in tiny Rossville two years ago, some of the Christian flocks in this former factory town have protested and prayed that the pagans would pick up and leave.

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Sangraal

United States

#103 Jun 11, 2011
Pagan and Proud wrote:
<quoted text>Nah, Not really worried about your opinion on the subject at all, your stupidity and ignorance about exactly what is actually worshiped, much less your claim to be willing to "die" for your mythology(And the word, you stupid SOB, you were looking for in your sentence was "Our" not "are" you ignorant little jackass). No amount of Goading is going to get me to produce my name so you can harass me elsewhere, you're not nearly clever enough or worthy enough to know my real Name, but the fact is, "We" publicly announce our beliefs every year at Pagan Pride Day which occurs all around the country so, which little bedwetting pissant are you when you "stand up" and hand out your mythology tracts at those events?
I find, per capita, there are as many closed-minded and obnoxious pagans as there are Christians. And by the way, I believe in God. Your quote really seems to generalize the idea of a Christian god, as if it's the only one, and its a rather biased interpretation unacceptable by even some Christians. Your acceptance of that idea also enables my further interpretation of some pagans being as diminutive towards others than the Christians that they condemn for the same. It's becoming a game of pot meet kettle in the community.

“I will not go quietly.”

Since: Feb 07

Indianapolis Indiana

#104 Jun 11, 2011
Sangraal wrote:
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I find, per capita, there are as many closed-minded and obnoxious pagans as there are Christians. And by the way, I believe in God. Your quote really seems to generalize the idea of a Christian god, as if it's the only one, and its a rather biased interpretation unacceptable by even some Christians. Your acceptance of that idea also enables my further interpretation of some pagans being as diminutive towards others than the Christians that they condemn for the same. It's becoming a game of pot meet kettle in the community.
No actually you "find" that if you change a name that you think others won't recognize the exact same trolling. It doesn't work.

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#105 Jun 11, 2011
Pagan and Proud wrote:
<quoted text>No actually you "find" that if you change a name that you think others won't recognize the exact same trolling. It doesn't work.
Trolls are not noted for being bright at any times..
Sangraal

United States

#106 Jun 11, 2011
Pagan and Proud wrote:
<quoted text>No actually you "find" that if you change a name that you think others won't recognize the exact same trolling. It doesn't work.
Well, I hope you enjoy making the entire community look bad.

“I will not go quietly.”

Since: Feb 07

Indianapolis Indiana

#107 Jun 11, 2011
Sangraal wrote:
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Well, I hope you enjoy making the entire community look bad.
Ah, more generalizations, stereotypes, and BS accusations from the troll. What part of GFY didn't you understand?(And that doesn't stand for Good For You)

“Proud to be a Wiccan Priest”

Since: Jul 09

Jonesboro AR

#108 Jun 11, 2011
Sangraal wrote:
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Well, I hope you enjoy making the entire community look bad.
Gee arn't you just the special little troll..

The only thing you are doing here is looking like a fool.

“Dance with Fire- Boycott BS”

Since: Apr 07

Moon

#109 Jun 14, 2011
skeptic wrote:
<quoted text>Is God a Pagan?
Which one?

“Dance with Fire- Boycott BS”

Since: Apr 07

Moon

#110 Jun 14, 2011
Proudnottoworshipplants wrote:
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Wow, you've prayed to trees for thirty years huh?
You really showed me up.
I'm just impressed with how dedicated you are, I mean, since you're posting anonymously just like I am, then crying about it. It must be really easy to defend something you never really have to defend. Say what you want about Jews, Muslims, and Christians, at least we're willing to die for are beliefs. You're just screwing around, and I'm beginning to wonder if you're all not just atheists who like to play dress up.
Of course the guy that runs the witch school is very open about who he is and where he lives. When they were in Rossville he'd constantly be walking around town....and nothing ever happened to him.
So, you have no excuse....you and your friends hide behind your screen names like everyone else. Sure you registered, but that doean't mean anything. You're all cowards who claim to be faithful followers of your "religion", but you won't even claim it publicly will you?
Go ahead and respond by not addressing what I just said (like you always do). The fact is, you're all scared to publicly announce you're pagan.
The fact that posters on an open public forum on the internet do not use their legal names does not inform one as to the degree of openness about an individual in their regular daily lives in regards to their beliefs. There is no correlation.

“Dance with Fire- Boycott BS”

Since: Apr 07

Moon

#111 Jun 14, 2011
Sangraal wrote:
<quoted text>
I find, per capita, there are as many closed-minded and obnoxious pagans as there are Christians. And by the way, I believe in God. Your quote really seems to generalize the idea of a Christian god, as if it's the only one, and its a rather biased interpretation unacceptable by even some Christians. Your acceptance of that idea also enables my further interpretation of some pagans being as diminutive towards others than the Christians that they condemn for the same. It's becoming a game of pot meet kettle in the community.
If that is solely what you are looking for, than you will find it. I notice you and/or your friends or other screen-names are not interested in conversing on other threads in the forum to discuss Pagan religion or beliefs, but only to see who engages with your provocations the most aggressively so you can point them out as your 'bad example' of Pagans.

If you did look into the other forums or threads without a preconcieved chip on your shoulder you would find that most Pagans do not exemplify your stereotypes (not open and proud about their religion, worship plants, hate other religions, "want tp turn back the clock a few centuries to wear robes and worship trees", etc.). But then again, there are always some people who would rather have fantasy stereotypes rather then the ordinary truth. I just fail to understand why.

“I'm Back!”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#112 Jul 23, 2011
Dr Wiener wrote:
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Wow, thats very insightful and deep.
Once again the not at all arrogant "pagans" come out of the woodwork to educate us little people about what the settlers did to the native americans. and about what Jesus thought,(which is funny because that's kind of like me commenting on Allah to a Muslim, even though I'm Christian).
We know the history.
Dr Wiener wrote:
<quoted text>I was always impressed with the pagans propensity for violence, like when the druids used to sacrifice people to their "gods" and leave them in bogs for us to find later, slit throats and all...then there's the whole deal with stuffing a giant wicker man full of people and setting it on fire...
I saw that movie; it was -just a movie.- Not even a very good one.
Dr Wiener wrote:
<quoted text>not at all violent like those crazy Christians were!
But then Christians built whole societies and nations, they ruled Europe and the new world,
By killing everyone who wouldn't convert. There's a record to be proud of!

How many people did the Pagans hang? How many did they torture, and then burn to death? None. Your christians turned it into an industry.
Dr Wiener wrote:
<quoted text> they made huge advances in architecture and art.
What did pagans rule? Where? For how long?
Stonehenge doesn't really compare to Notre Dame Cathedral.
I know; it's a prime example of blending architecture with astronomy, while your Notre Dame cathedral praises a bunch of witch-hunting lunatics.

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