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It was a clear and beautiful day. Pagans from all quarters of NY State gathered on September 28, 2013, in Washington Square Park to celebrate pride in being Pagan -- pride in our beliefs, pride in our ethics and action, pride in our loving spirits, pride in the magic, pride in the Goddess and God, pride in one another, pride in all the creatures of Gaia. We drummed. We chanted. We made sacred space. We honored the ancestors and the gods. We welcomed in music and dance and song. We welcomed in rhythm and food and sex and everything that is good about being a fleshly being. 


This episode of New York Pagan features audio recordings from that day. Featured are folk musician SJ Tucker and her drum workshop AND her mainstage performance, author Kirk White, and magical love Goddess Dawn the Kitchen Witch of Cucina Aurora, among others. Enjoy the spirit of the day, and take it home with you. Joy, laughter, celebration, and magic were the order of the day.


Dawn Hunt, the Kitchen Witch

Dawn Hunt the Kitchen Witch of Cucina Aurora imparts wisdom on NYC Pagan Pride Day goers.


NYC Pagan Pride Day Emcee
Lucklicious, the goat-footed emcee in formal wear.


Great blessings upon the ritual leaders: Iseum of the Sacred Lotus and the Society of Diana for the opening ritual, and Paumanok Island Protogrove of ADF for the closing ritual.  

Special thanks to the event organizers, particularly Beth Ann Mastromarino and Valerie Freseman, among others.
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It was a clear and beautiful day. Pagans from all quarters of NY State gathered on September 28, 2013, in Washington Square Park to celebrate pride in being Pagan -- pride in our beliefs, pride in our ethics and action, pride in our loving spirits, pride in the magic, pride in the Goddess and God, pride in one another, pride in all the creatures of Gaia. We drummed. We chanted. We made sacred space. We honored the ancestors and the gods. We welcomed in music and dance and song. We welcomed in rhythm and food and sex and everything that is good about being a fleshly being. 


This episode of New York Pagan features audio recordings from that day. Featured are folk musician SJ Tucker and her drum workshop AND her mainstage performance, author Kirk White, and magical love Goddess Dawn the Kitchen Witch of Cucina Aurora, among others. Enjoy the spirit of the day, and take it home with you. Joy, laughter, celebration, and magic were the order of the day.


Dawn Hunt, the Kitchen Witch

Dawn Hunt the Kitchen Witch of Cucina Aurora imparts wisdom on NYC Pagan Pride Day goers.


NYC Pagan Pride Day Emcee
Lucklicious, the goat-footed emcee in formal wear.


Great blessings upon the ritual leaders: Iseum of the Sacred Lotus and the Society of Diana for the opening ritual, and Paumanok Island Protogrove of ADF for the closing ritual.  

Special thanks to the event organizers, particularly Beth Ann Mastromarino and Valerie Freseman, among others.
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