Auteursarchief: Don Frew

Over Don Frew

Donald H. Frew is a Gardnerian Elder and High Priest of Coven Trismegiston in Berkeley CA. He is a National Interfaith Representative for the Covenant of the Goddess and has participated in interfaith work on behalf of the Craft for over 28 years, serving on the Boards of the Berkeley Area Interfaith Council and the Interfaith Center at the Presidio, on the Global Council of the United Religions Initiative, and with the Assembly of the Parliament of the World’s Religions. He is the founder & Director of the Lost & Endangered Religions Project and a founder of the Adocentyn Research Library. This article is based on presentations given to the Central Asia / Silk Road Working Group (U.C. Berkeley, March 1998) and PantheaCon (San Francisco, February 1999 & 2004 ) and is part of a book on Craft origins currently in preparation.

Harran: Last Refuge of Classical Paganism – part II

At the end of the Pagan world in the latter days of the Roman Empire several Hermetic and Neoplatonic scholars left the Empire to go ‘to the East’. Where ‘in the East’ did classical Graeco-Roman knowledge survive until it came back to the West? One name comes up over and over again: Harran. Lees verder

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Harran: Last Refuge of Classical Paganism – part I

At the end of the Pagan world in the latter days of the Roman Empire several Hermetic and Neoplatonic scholars left the Empire to go ‘to the East’. Where ‘in the East’ did classical Graeco-Roman knowledge survive until it came back to the West? One name comes up over and over again: Harran. Lees verder

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Harran: Last Refuge of Classical Paganism – part III – photo gallery

At the end of the Pagan world in the latter days of the Roman Empire
several Hermetic and Neoplatonic scholars left the Empire to go ‘to
the East’. Where ‘in the East’ did classical Graeco-Roman knowledge survive until it came back to the West? One name comes up over and over again: Harran. Lees verder

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