Links of Interest to Twin Cities Pagans (Mostly Local)
The Center for Harmonious Living * An all-encompassing wellness and learning center.
Circle of Dragons Training (Facebook Group) * a Wiccan training coven that specializes in training Wiccan Solitaires
Coven of the Standing Stones *
a Family Coven that supports and educates its members thus giving us strength and courage for ourselves and to lend to the Pagan Community.
Eye of Horus *
Eye of Horus is a metaphysical store and mythic art gallery located in the Uptown area of Minneapolis, specializing in books, ritual tools, candles, incense, jewelry, art and music for people walking a mystic path.
Harmony Tribe * Hosts of the Sacred Harvest Festival
Keys of Paradise * Metaphysical store and new home of the Ancestor Shrine previously housed at the Sacred Paths Center.
Lake Harriet Spiritual Community (and Facebook) * A Center for Conscious Living
Leaping Laughter Oasis - O.T.O. * Thelema in the Twin Cities
Lodge Yggdrasill * An oral family tradition of Heathenry of Northern European descent.
Magus Books and Herbs *
An eclectic mix of supplies, services and resources for folks who walk their own path.
Minnesota Heathens (Yahoo Group) and Facebook) * Asatruers and other Norse-based beliefs.
shi-yaku-jin no hokora - a virtual online shrine and an actual small, family-owned, minzoku NEO-shintô shrine located in the Twin Cities
Our Lady of Celestial Fire * A lodge of Ecclesia Ordinis Caelestis Templum Olympicus (Hellenic path).
Pagan Newswire Collective-Minnesota* A news service dedicated to all the stuff that Minnesota Pagans wanna know about.
ReligiousTolerance.org * A Canada-located website which provides accurate information about as many religions and belief-systems and philosophies as they can muster. A balanced and wide-ranging resource for the beginning researcher.
Sacred Paths Center Virtual Community * The physical doors are locked, but the virtual doors are open. Come in and set a spell!
Summerland Spirit Festival * Summerland Spirit Festival is a nine-day experiential spiritual retreat for followers of a nature-based spiritual path
The Tree and the Well * Institute for Deep Cultural Studies
Triskellion Coven * Among the pioneers of the Twin Cities area
Twin Cities CUUPs * The local chapter of the Covenant of Universalist Unitarian Pagans. [Reported as outdated 7/27/10 - anyone have an updated link?]
Twin Cities Pagan Pride * Since the late '90's Twin Cities Pagan Pride has provided an event where paganfolk of all flavors can come together and be seen in a positive context.
TwinCitiesPagans * The Yahoo (e-Mail) group is arguably the most complete calendar of "happenings" which are of interest to Paganfolk in the area. Their calendar is publicly accessible.
Upper Midwest Pagan Alliance * An organization of activists dedicated to cleaning up the public image of Paganism
Volkshof Kindred * Honoring the divinities of our Teutonic ancestors.
The Witches' Voice *
The Witches' Voice is a proactive educational network providing news, information services and resources for and about Pagans, Heathens, Witches and Wiccans.
The Wiccan Church of Minnesota *
A multi-traditional pagan organization made up of individuals and covens dedicated to the celebration of pagan / Wiccan spirituality. Annually, the Church holds rituals for the eight sabbats, as well as providing referrals to seekers to various teaching groups / covens whose teachers are recognized by the church.
Women's Drum Center * A community center for women/girls and drumming. It provides both all-female and some co-ed programs.
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