From Eridu to Shuruppak and Everywhere in Between

I’ve recently been given the opportunity to begin working with members of The Temple of Sumer, a collective of pagans devoted to reviving and reconstructing the religion of the people of the Ancient Near East, specifically that of the Sumerian people.
The direction that I had intended on heading in with my contributions to the Pagan Bloggers community was in line with what the Temple of Sumer is looking for. As part of this endeavor, I’ve been asked to contribute and write content from the perspective of a devotee to this religious/spiritual tradition.
In addition to writing for their website, I will also be contributing to the publication of a book that will go into print next year.
Due to these amazing developments, I will no longer be writing for Pagan Bloggers.

About the Author

Sam Jackson resides in Central Illinois. He is deeply interested in, and a practitioner of, the religious reconstruction movements dedicated to the Ancient Near East, specifically those of the Sumerian and Babylonian people. He is a facilitator for an active pagan group and leads workshops, rituals, and meditations. Receiving his education in the Arts & Humanities, he would later focus on the Social Sciences (psychology and sociology). An ordained minister and Reiki practitioner, he spends his free time researching, writing, painting, and volunteering in his community.

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