Tonight, Pagan Roundtable will be conducting its monthly discussion in Mount Clemens. Meetings are open to the public, and topics are widely varied but always are somehow related to Pagan interests. The Roundtable is held at Mt. Clemens Public Library, located at 150 Cass Avenue. The discussion begins at 7:00 pm.
This group has been meeting for several years, offering discussion and fellowship for the Southeastern Michigan Pagan community. A space for fun and intelligent discourse, it has long been a respected tradition in these parts. You can find them, and other great groups, in the Pagan Michigan directory.
Last year, this writer was able to attend a spirited and friendly discussion that covered everything from the Pagan perspective regarding Satanism and monotheistic religions. It was a great exchange, even delving into the differing philosophical branches of the different branches of Satanism, Demonolatry, and how they differ so greatly from Wicca and Pagan religions as they would seem to be dependent upon the belief in the paradigms offered by the Christian faiths. It was a good time.
So if you find yourself up for a great discussion, this is the place to be.
Visit their Facebook page at Pagan Roundtable, and get a glimpse of past and upcoming events.
If you are interested in different perspective, but may not be able to get out and about, another good way to delve into the world of roundtables would be the world of Youtube. The accompanying video to this article is from Pagan Perspective, and may give you a taste of how others see the Pagan world. Some things you may find that are agreeable, others may find you gnashing your teeth. However, it is all about the discussion and the energy of it.
Try something new. Attend a roundtable.