Green Egg

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Green Egg is a Neopagan magazine published by the Church of All Worlds from 1968 through 1976 and 1988 through 2000, and restarted in 2007. It was created by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, who was the editor from 1968 to 1974.

It started as a one-page ditto sheet, but by 1976 had grown over 80 issues into a 60-page journal. According to J. Gordon Melton, it became "the most significant periodical in the Pagan movement during the 1970s and made Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, its editor, a major force in Neo-Paganism.".[1] [2]

In March 2007, Green Egg was restarted as an Ezine, available online at greeneggzine.com. With permission from Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, it was resurrected by Ariel Monserrat and Tom Donohue, who were the publishers and editors of Green Egg until January, 2015, when Tom retired and Ariel began co-publishing with Dawn Sevier, who is also the Managing Editor, as well as being co-publisher with Ariel Monserrat. It will be strictly online only and not in print.



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  1. ^ Melton (1979)
  2. ^ Ariel Monserrat

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  • Adler, Margot, Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess- Worshipers and other Pagans in America Today, Beacon Press, 1979; revised and updated 1987.
  • Melton, J. Gordon, The Encyclopedia of American Religions, from the Institute for the Study of American Religions, POB 90709, Santa Barbara, CA 93190 1979 ( 3rd edition, 1988); The Essential New Age, 1990.
  • Jason Pitzl-Waters, Pagan Community Notes: Fifth Sacred Thing, Green Egg, Oldenwilde, and More! Wildhunt.org, October 30, 2013. Obtained via Internet search on 9/10/14.
  • Ariel Monserrat "Green Egg" website, February 24, 2015.

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