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Sunday, March 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Alexandria Reborn: Pagans and Polytheists in a Multicultural Society

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More ethnically diverse than New York. A greater center of learning than Oxford or Cambridge. Cutting-edge technology, science, and the best schools of Western philosophy and religion rivaling Athens and Rome. Pagans, Christians, Jews, and others practicing their religions peacefully together, not only in the same neighborhoods, but sometimes even the same temples. Alexandria, Egypt was a massive, successful city: a shining multicultural gem on the northern shore of Africa for more than ten centuries. What can modern pagans and polytheists learn from the Alexandrian example? What parts of the Alexandrian legacy remain with us, in fact and legend, and what parts can we rediscover as we, too, find ourselves citizens in a multicultural global village?

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Tamara L. Siuda

House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple
Rev. Tamara L. Siuda is an author and the founder and spiritual leader (Nisut) of Kemetic Orthodoxy and the House of Netjer. Since 2000, she is also a priestess of Haitian Vodou as Mambo Chita Tann. Tamara is active in issues and causes concerning indigenous communities and spirituality... Read More →

Sunday March 18, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm CDT
Terrace 2