My name is Jenna Tigerheart, or so I am called by most of my friends. I am a technical writer in the North Carolina Triangle area and an active pagan in the spiritual community. My e-mail address is email@example.com.
I am also an aromatherapist and a jewelry maker. I also run my own shop called Divine Touches.
I am also a member of several national and international organizations, including:
My Favorite Links
Celebrate the Circle is the Eno River
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship chapter of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist
PaganS (CUUPS). The are an open public circle where any UU or Pagan or person interested in
learning about either is welcome to visit. They meet on Sunday afternoons, 1:30-3:30, for Learning Circles on various
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Hillsborough, NC
Witch's Brew is a diverse website that has more information on Wiccan and pagnism than any I have seen. Lady Morgan runs the site and a respectable set of listservs as well.
Carolina Spirit Quest is a gathering of pagans of all traditions in the Carolinas and surrounding areas. There are workshops, large rituals, community building, food provided, pagan vendors and more. It's a great time to be had by all. For further information, contact one of the co-directors, Dick Merritt (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Brydie Palmore (email@example.com).
As you'll find by perusing these pages, I have been a practicing pagan for a number of years. I practice witchcraft (nothing harmful) on regular basis. I am one of the main contacts in North Caorlina (which is to say, I get a lot of email from new residents looking for contacts and info) and I frequently get the question "What books should I read?" Or, perhaps, "Where can I find more information about the Goddess?" Below I have included links to an excellent resource wher e you can get opinions and reviews about many of the popular books and moves that are available.
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