[ExI] US "Air Force recognizes several distinct forms of neo-paganism"

ddraig ddraig at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 06:03:23 UTC 2010

On 2 February 2010 14:46, Mike Dougherty <msd001 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I can tell you the "angling" of a stone circle is 360 degrees, no
> matter how many bi- sects there are.

Maybe the stones lean inwards? Or outwards? Maybe the whole thing is
designed to be in a slow process of collapse, until you end with
something looking like a stone circle made of dominos?

>> "That's one of the newer groups," said John Van Winkle, a spokesman for the
>> academy. "They've had a worship circle on base for some time and we're
>> looking to get them an official one."
> What criteria is used to make a circle official?

Circles are, officially, circular, I believe.

> That's pretty impressive considering most of the time members of these
> groups can hardly recognize each other.

Sure they can. They are fat, and dress in black.

> I wonder if we could get the Air Force to recognize our Holy
> HotTub-based religion and declare an officially sanctioned meeting
> place on base?  You know, to be fair and completely "tolerant."

Works for me. Is the HPS cute?

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