The European Pagan Memory Day project is a project made by Pagans for Pagans above all. So obviously one of the most fundamental passages of the project is the celebration of the Day itself, with a rite to the Gods, to the Pagans of Ancient Times, to the world: every Pagan or Pagan group who wants to celebrate the European Pagan Memory Day can choose addresses and ways of their celebration.
Celebrations can take place in different ways: from group rites to individual rites, from a candle lighting to the publication of an artwork.
Since the project aims to the spreading of its objectives, rites should be made known, if not open to the public. In this page we would like to publish what the celebrants want to send us at firstname.lastname@example.org: videos, photos, images and texts, grouped by organization (some of them have been celebrating the Day for some years).
Of course, the more material we’ll be able to publish, the stronger this project will become.
Arranged in the order in which the videos have been sent to us:
Jesolo (Venice), Italy, Federazione Pagana: 25th February 2012
Click here if you can't see the Federazione Pagana's video
Turin, Italy, Pagan Reading Torino: 24th February 2012
Click here if you can't see the Pagan Reading Torino's video
Bologna, Italy, Associations: Artès, Corte delle Fate, rivista Labrys: 24 febbraio 2012
Click here if you can't see the video of the Bologna event
This is just the first video out of four: click on the video or on the tool bar at the end of it to reach part 2, 3 and 4 on Youtube
Guadalajara, Mexico, Luis G. Abbadie
Click here if you can't see Luis G. Abbadie's video
Roma, Association Italus
Click here if you can't see Italus video
The Labrys review launched an artistic proposal for the European Pagan Memory Day:
Click here if you can't see the video
On Facebook too someone wanted to take part to the European Pagan Memory Day celebration by changing his/her own profile photo with the image of a god/dess. These are the picture chosen by people who took part to the event.
Don't forget to report us your celebration for insertion in this page to email@example.com or on our Facebook page.
Every association manages its event on its own; we promoters of the European Pagan Memory Day project are at the associations' disposal for publication of the events and are happy to do that, but don't manage directly the events so if you have further questions about a single event, you should contact the association that promotes it:
Click here to see the celebrations held in 2011
Click here to see past years' celebrations
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