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PMP: Samuel Wagar - I Know Where the Bodies are Buried

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Samuel Wagar has a long history as an organizer and volunteer - founded the Pagan Students Association at University of the Fraser Valley (1999). He founded the Pagans for Peace network for left-wing Pagans in 1983 and published its newsletter for twenty years until 2002. He was also the founding HP of the Pagans for Peace Tradition of Wicca, of the Gathering For Life On Earth religious retreat in 1991, the Congregationalist Witchcraft Association federal church in 1991, and the C. Wiccan A. of BC in 2004 (and consulted in the founding of the Alberta and Saskatchewan sister churches in 2007 and 2014). Wager coordinated the Canadian National Pagan Conference (2009) in Vancouver and served on its National Board (2007-2010).

Samuel Wagar has written four books, The Uses of Ecstasy: Ritual and Practical Mysticism in Wicca, Creating Lore, Writing Ritual, Growing Wiccan Temples and Leaders, and his memior, I Know Where the Bodies are Buried, which was published on the 13th of January, the 20th anniversary of the start of the religious discrimination scandal when the BCNDP removed him as a candidate for being a Witch.