Circle Cemetery
America’s First National Pagan Burial Ground
Preserving Nature & Greening the End of Life
(608) 924-2216 * circle@circlesanctuary.org

Circle Cemetery Makes History

On June 16, 2010, Circle Cemetery became America’s first National Pagan natural burial ground and the first contemporary Green cemetery to be platted and recorded in Wisconsin.

Memorial for Marion Weinstein

Circle Cemetery is a 20 acre site located at Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve, a 200 acre Pagan Nature sanctuary established in 1983 and located near Barneveld, Wisconsin.… read more

(updated 4-26-10 with link to podcast debate…)

I subscribe to the blog called Inciting A Riot, and I read her stuff often.

Yesterday she had a blog about another blogger disagreeing with the basics of Project Pagan Enough.

Project Pagan Enough is defined as “movement to raise awareness in the pagan community about our treatment of one another in public, online, one-on-one, and any other time we are faced with talking to, about, or meeting with other pagans.”

And the Great Tininess responds with why they hate Project Pagan Enough:

“Paganism” is meaningless.read more

Last night not one but two old friends showed up. It was Lughnasadh and although we didn’t celebrate it with a ritual, there was something culminative about this particular holiday.  Lughnasadh also known as Lammas is a harvest festival, where you reap what you have sown. You celebrate everything that you have grown. Our friendships have grown and we have all had personal growth and I think last night we had the opportunity to revel in those changes.… read more