“Pagan Standard Time” Abolished

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

“Pagan Standard Time” began as an eye-rolling complaint about how Pagan gatherings frequently started behind schedule. However, more and more, I’ve been hearing it offered as a fatuous excuse for tardiness when no legitimate reason is available. Pagans can, in fact, start events on time as well as anyone else can, if they prioritize it and are realistic about preparations. Furthermore, it’s debatable whether Thelemites even legitimately qualify as “Pagans.” Having such a lame cliché readily available as an unfunny cover for lack of preparedness just encourages more of the same.

Therefore, “Pagan Standard Time” is hereby abolished within U.S.G.L. Henceforth, any U.S.G.L. member caught using “Pagan Standard Time” as an excuse for tardiness shall be deemed guilty of High Bufoonery, and shall be subject to the penalty of mockery.

AL III:41.

Love is the law, love under will.



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