posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 01:56 PM
reply to post by GUICE2
THanks for asking, Guice. It is the world's oldest Pagan magazine, been around since 1967. It's goal is to educate and make people aware of the need
to care for our planet and not waste our resources or harm the planet. We also publish articles about innovative ideas. and outside-the-box thinking.
I think that most people would enjoy it, not just Pagans. For example, I just published an interview I did with Jesse Marcel, Jr. of Roswell crash
fame. I'm geting ready to interview Barbara Ehrenreich, who wrote "Nickel and Dimed". She also wrote a book about the Inquisition, which is what
I'll be interviewing her about. We publish poetry, Pagan traditions and viewpoints but also things of great interest to others. I will soon be
publishing an interview with Matthew Stein, who wrote an excellent book on how to survive when civilization falls, or electricity fail, etc. It is a
survival book and one of the best I've ever come across.
We also published an article written by a Christian Pagan. He is Roman Catholic and practices Magick.
We will publish articles written by people of all faiths, as long as it is something that would interest Pagans. It is called Green Egg. If anyone
something they would like to contribute, let me know, I'll be happy to review it.
It is perfectly within our Mission Statement to promote such ideas as you have. Perhaps a website with the title of this thread would be a good way to
start. I also have many contacts who are well-known and I'm sure they would be happy to speak, etc. at such a conference.
Much as I hate corporate entities, I do agree with you Guice that it should look as corporate and professional as possible. Designing a logo would be
a great way to start, I believe, because logos are powerful and they communicate with the subconscious; hence why corporations use them to sell things
to the public. But this would be a logo promoting the principles Guice has described.
Now - how to pitch it to the admins? How about we tell them we'll do the work if we can use the ATS name as a sponsor? We could probably get a whole
host of other sponsors as well, who might contribute money, items for auction to raise money, etc.
What do y'all think?