The Pagan Hive

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Post by The Pagan Hive » Fri Mar 04, 2011 2:37 pm

Greetings, We (yes "We") greet you warmly & offer the hand of friendship to all who are Willing to accept it.

The Pagan Hive is a collective of people who have chosen to work co-operatively, our combined intent is to seek to spread the concept of unconditional Love, we also encourage free thinking & open debate on many topics. We seek not to be devisive or upsetting to anyone, though we do anticipate offering challenges to "established or redeived Wisdom".

We hope to be able to contribute to your Forums, and seek your help in doing so. Please give us your advice & guidance as we seek to join you in the quests that Life prents.

Bright Blessings



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Post by Kevininabydos » Fri Mar 04, 2011 3:25 pm

Isn't it a bit late for this introduction of yourselves as you have already made 109 posts in the 32 days since you registered on the forum? :?
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Post by TonyC » Fri Mar 04, 2011 4:04 pm

Oooo, are they the same lot then? I assumed these must be the real Hive and the other posts were spoofs. Still, it's nice to welcome a collective of free thinkers who all seem to speak with the one voice...

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Post by FABlux » Fri Mar 04, 2011 4:37 pm

TonyC wrote:Dark Curses
I like it :) Have you copyrighted it or can we all use it? Pretty please :oops:

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Post by Christine » Fri Mar 04, 2011 4:52 pm

Well well well, welcome to the forum Pagan Hive.
Im sure we will all strive to assist you in your'e quest for knowledge , collective or otherwise.

Dim whatsits .
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Post by TonyC » Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:26 pm

FABlux wrote:
TonyC wrote:Dark Curses
I like it :) Have you copyrighted it or can we all use it? Pretty please :oops:
Greetings

We have no objection if you wish to hive off our signature ;)

We particularly liked "Dim Whatsits", too

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Post by Christine » Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:36 pm

Greetings
We thank you for your'e respone in the affirmative, and for your'e " liking"our dim whatsits.

Dim whatsits ;)
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Post by Kevininabydos » Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:39 pm

:)))

"Dim Whatsits"

:)))

"Dark Curses"

:)))

"Bountiful Goodness"

:)))
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Post by BBLUX » Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:56 pm

@ Kevin

Daft Bugger :lol:
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Post by Who2 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 7:13 pm

I was in 'the children of god for 3 weeks once, remember 'love bombing, brilliant...8)
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Post by The Pagan Hive » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:20 pm

Greetings, we thank all of you for your "Warm" welcome. We like humour. We hope to 3work "collectively with whomever chooses to seek such a liaison.
TonyC wrote:Oooo, are they the same lot then?

"Oooo" or might that be: "Oook"? The "same lot as Whom?
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I assumed these must be the real Hive and the other posts were spoofs.

We like good humour, but rarely seek to involve it in a debate
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Still, it's nice to welcome a collective of free thinkers who all seem to speak with the one voice...

As stated in previous replies to AES, we try to gather a consensus about things, hence our "collective voice"
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Dark Curses
Ah! there goes that humour again. lovely stuff

On a serious note, we thank for your comments

Bright Blessings
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Posted: Fri 04 Mar, 2011, 16:47
Subject: Re: your "zoroasta" post Quote message

Apology accepted Pagan Hive ( bill )
Bright blessings back at ya Wink

Greetings Christine, we seek an honest liaison with any person willing to join us in doing so. We particularly thank you for your warm "Bright Blessings", they are truly appreciated

May we all work together to help fashion a better world, Peace & Love to us all.

Bright Blessings

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Post by sue » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:41 pm

Welcome to the forum, you seem to be enjoying posting, so look forward to seeing more posts

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Post by TonyC » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:06 pm

The Pagan Hive wrote:Greetings, we thank all of you for your "Warm" welcome. We like humour. We hope to 3work "collectively with whomever chooses to seek such a liaison.
TonyC wrote:Oooo, are they the same lot then?

"Oooo" or might that be: "Oook"? The "same lot as Whom?
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I assumed these must be the real Hive and the other posts were spoofs.

We like good humour, but rarely seek to involve it in a debate
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Still, it's nice to welcome a collective of free thinkers who all seem to speak with the one voice...

As stated in previous replies to AES, we try to gather a consensus about things, hence our "collective voice"
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Dark Curses
We (OK, I) really must point out that the "quote" facility is being manipulated here: we did not say all the things in that quote – it makes us look as though as we're talking to ourselves!

Darker Curses

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Post by Christine » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:18 pm

Pagan Hive
May i ask a question ?
What is the point of personal messages on this forum if you are going to post them on the public pages ??

Very dim whatsits
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Post by LovelyLadyLux » Sat Mar 05, 2011 12:56 am

A Bee Hive goes Bzzzzzzzzzzz

sooooooooooooooo

Does a Pagan Hive go Pzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?

Welcome PH.

If you're a collective then 'who' is actually posting?

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Post by Jayway » Sat Mar 05, 2011 1:18 am

Greetings Pagan Hive, and welcome to the forum. I am willing to accept the hand of friendship. As we are now friends I will also be willing to accept from your collective a donation to my charity, please pm and I will forward the details of my bank account. Bright Blessings. Jayway.

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Post by The Pagan Hive » Sat Mar 05, 2011 2:52 am

Jayway wrote:Greetings Pagan Hive, and welcome to the forum. I am willing to accept the hand of friendship. As we are now friends I will also be willing to accept from your collective a donation to my charity, please pm and I will forward the details of my bank account. Bright Blessings. Jayway.
Greetings, thank you for accepting our "hand of friendship", we appreciate that. As for charity, we put on music festivals in order to help raise money for such good causes. We hope in the near future to help raise money for "Help for Hero's", Which although we are no advocate of turmoil & war, we see as a good cause. As for you forwarding your bank details, (we suppose this to possibly be a joke, by the way!) we strongly encourage you not to do so. All of our charity events are discussed in "open discussion", by as many members as can make it to the meeting, then voted upon.

Many members of The Pagan Hive tend to not use money for their personal activities, wherever possible. Instead we "opperate" a "Local Economic Trading System" (LETS) wherein members (& none-members) agree to do things for each other through the use of barter

The system has many pros & cons, we particularly enjoy not having to pay any tax (VAT) etc on anything

Of course, there are times (unfortunately, lots of them) when the barter method is inapplicable, & so we are caused to use money then

Everything that the Hive does (yes we do gather actual honey, make mead & cider, hold various gatherings etc), we do not gather in the nude, not for any prudish reason, but because the UK tends to be wet, windy &/or raiany (Not to mention, Snowy) (we asked you not to mention snowy LOL)

We would appreciate help with writing blogs, how do we do that?

Someone was asking how many members we have, our local membership secretary indicates that in East Anglia (UK) there are 11,786
registered members, there are (Of course) branches elsewhere). She emphasises that membership is totally free, & that anyone interested can ask for a copy of our constitution

Bright Blessings