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    Oh, I was kidding. If it were to happen, it would be better for it to be in a location accessible to a lot more pagans. I live in coastal Maine.
    Well, New Englandish suggests that something that can take advantage of the Salem market, given that that area gets tourist traffic as well as locals. (Mind, Salem is itself sort of this thing already, in some areas, though a ... lot... of it is... crap.)
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    Re: Beginning worship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhawk View Post
    Well, New Englandish suggests that something that can take advantage of the Salem market, given that that area gets tourist traffic as well as locals. (Mind, Salem is itself sort of this thing already, in some areas, though a ... lot... of it is... crap.)
    I think the thread I was thinking of, meanwhile, was on a different board version (I seem to recall a similar thread where I was fantasising about a shop that has a wide variety of different wood twigs for wandcrafting purposes at one point, but maybe that was in my head) but of possible interest to folks, "What would your ideal pagan store carry?"
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    Re: Beginning worship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhawk View Post
    Well, New Englandish suggests that something that can take advantage of the Salem market, given that that area gets tourist traffic as well as locals. (Mind, Salem is itself sort of this thing already, in some areas, though a ... lot... of it is... crap.)
    New England is a vast place. I'm about five hours from Salem. Sadly.


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    New England is a vast place. I'm about five hours from Salem. Sadly.
    Still! It'd be more convenient for you than, say, Arizona!

    I think big nexus points for a pagan mall type thing would be the Salem area, Minneapolis, the SF Bay Area, and ... New Orleans, maybe? I'm less clear on where the nexus points are in the South. Wherever Serpentstone is, possibly.
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    Re: Beginning worship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhawk View Post
    Still! It'd be more convenient for you than, say, Arizona!

    I think big nexus points for a pagan mall type thing would be the Salem area, Minneapolis, the SF Bay Area, and ... New Orleans, maybe? I'm less clear on where the nexus points are in the South. Wherever Serpentstone is, possibly.
    Also NYC (or somewhere in its commuter catchment area - so this mall could wind up in New Jersey).

    I'm not sure if the South has a nexus that's on anything like the same scale as NYC, the Bay Area, and Minneapolis. I believe Serpentstone is in NC (as was the Frosts' Church and School of Wicca, for many years, though it later relocated to WV), so that's definitely a possibility.

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    Re: Beginning worship.

    Quote Originally Posted by SunflowerP View Post
    Also NYC (or somewhere in its commuter catchment area - so this mall could wind up in New Jersey).

    I'm not sure if the South has a nexus that's on anything like the same scale as NYC, the Bay Area, and Minneapolis. I believe Serpentstone is in NC (as was the Frosts' Church and School of Wicca, for many years, though it later relocated to WV), so that's definitely a possibility.

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    Possibly around the Baltimore/Washington DC Metro area? I mean, that's more Mid-Atlantic than Southern, so it probably wouldn't solve any problems. I'm not really that familiar with anything below Northern Virginia.

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    Re: Beginning worship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    Possibly around the Baltimore/Washington DC Metro area? I mean, that's more Mid-Atlantic than Southern, so it probably wouldn't solve any problems. I'm not really that familiar with anything below Northern Virginia.
    In North Carolina specifically I'd say the Triangle, the Triad, and Charlotte.
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