CANNONBALL, N.D — Friday marked a significant victory for the Standing Rock Sioux’s protest against the Dakota Access pipeline being constructed near their territory and through their watershed.
In the weeks since The Wild Hunt’s last update on the Standing Rock Sioux protest, national attention on the issue spread, attracting support from commentators and even celebrities, to the chagrin of some involved.
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Matt Barber, an anti-gay pundit and Liberty University law professor, attended last weekend’s Values Voter Summit, which he told Virginia-based radio host Rob Schilling felt “like an island of reason in a sea of insanity” because “this United States of America right now is more insane than certainly you and I have seen in our lifetimes.”
Source: Matt Barber: US In Greater Trouble Than Before The Civil War, Thanks To ‘Ancient Pagan Sexuality’ | Right Wing Watch
Ah, it’s Autumn, and the nuts are falling out of the trees…
In the early morning hours Sunday, Wiccan priest, teacher, and author Gavin Frost died after enduring significant pain from numerous internal physical problems. Gavin had surgery scheduled for late September, but his physical condition worsened making the operation impossible. As early as July, he told his daughter Jo that “he was ready — if he got really sick again to let him go.”
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A 55-year-old man was beaten to death allegedly by his fellow villagers, who suspected him of practicing witchcraft, in Jharkhand’s Lohardaga district on Monday. The police have registered an FIR but no arrests have been made so far.
According to the police, the residents of Nagri village suspected his fellow resident Savna Oraon of being involved in witchcraft. “On Monday, one Mahadev Oraon, also from the same village, had gone to take bath at a well near his house.
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Since this summer the 38-year-old, who was put in psychiatric care in Hässleholm in February, has been allowed to walk freely within hospital grounds for 15 minutes at a time, despite the prosecutor’s objection.
“In my opinion he is dangerous, it is too early to grant him leave,” said prosecutor Lisa Åberg.
He escaped on Tuesday afternoon last week and is believed to have travelled south to Malmö since. According to Sydsvenskan he has been looking for his ex-wife, who is living under protected identity.
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A planned musical concert show by Samini at the Tamale sports stadium has been cancelled following the exchange of gunfire between two feuding groups in the city. Sources say the shooting was as a result of a clash between family members of a woman accused of witchcraft and youth of Dagbandaba Fon.
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Sophie Milner is a London-born artist and poet, and it’s in the capital where she lives and works. Her current exhibition in Edinburgh’s prestigious Arusha Gallery is titled SLEEPWALKERS and features fourteen oil painting inspired by the sleeping and the waking world, lucid dreaming, shape shifting, and a pagan approach to merge with nature.
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