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April 15th 2007 / 1 minute to read

I think I am going to re-open Pagan@OSN….


Ok, I am slowly re-adding the BOS, added a question and answer area, any suggestions would be great.

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definately do that!!

Reply to Malory

I’m not sure what it’s about or even what it was, but if you are even thinking about it, it’s probably worth at least trying for.  :)

That totally sounded like a lame fortune cookie!  But still!  ;)

Reply to Anna

I’m so glad that you decided to re-open (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  I feel that it’s something that everyone can grow from spiritually.  The only suggestions that I would make is to have the Q&A moderated by someone; I remember that the old Pagan@OSN’s Q&A had repeated questions, questions with too many errors for it to make much sense, questions that were answered in the BOS, etc.  I really am glad that you’ve decided to bring Pagan@OSN back to OSN.  I think that you’ll find it to be quite rewarding (not just with the added traffic to your website, either!)  I would offer to contribute something, but I’m not Pagan.  If anything, I’m a unconverted Kemetic reconstructionist.  I do love learning about Paganism though, and I always thought that your website had the best information regarding the religion and their various manifestations.  Email me if you think that there’s anything that I could do!

Reply to Melanie

yai!!! a new one, and great ;)

Reply to brocc

I like the new version of Pagan@ONS very much- the altar photos too.
There is a Gallery for Altar Photos, it

Reply to Joy

I would love it if you re-opened it as well…..



Those scrapbooks are lovely. I’m thinking of taking scrap booking up as a hobby.

Reply to Sarah

The picture’s look great!

Reply to Littlechet

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