We have received quite a few awards for our web site. We have also been temporarily
banned by at least two Internet censorship software groups who
misunderstood the nature of our web site. Finally, the government of Saudi
Arabia does not permit its citizens to access this site. They may feel that the
concept of religious freedom and tolerance is too threatening. 1,2
The list below shows the awards that we have received for individual essays
or sections of our web site. We have another list of awards
given to the site as a whole.
Top of Everything.com rated
our essay on Wicca as one of the best "Wicca and Witchcraft" sites on the
Wicca Planet gave us
this "best information" award for our section on Wicca.
essay on the Winter Solstice was selected for recommendation by Backwash.com.
The bill themselves as "The Internet organized by personality."
Our essay on homophobia has been granted the Ranebow [sic] award.
It was picked as a "good surfing here" site.
Julie sent us "Lacy's Love of Springtime Award" for our essay on
Our section on
was been granted the GayPage Award of Excellence. They
commented: "Yours is one of the best site we have seen up to now. All
the Jury members gave you the maximum points without any hesitation."
Bardic Circle gave us this award for our essay on Wicca. We
believe that we were the first non-Pagan site to receive it.
StudyWeb™ gave us this award for our essay on the Occult.
Our Glossary essay was given a 3 star rating by NetGuide.
maintains an extensive list of hyperlinks to web sites on a wide range of subjects. Our
essay on end of the world predictions; was chosen by
Florence Cardinal, contributing editor on Divination as a weekly selection.
selects up to 50 essays from the Internet on each of many topics. They
selected our essay on the death penalty as worthy of inclusion
in their list.
Report for Social Sciences publishes a bi-weekly report, intended
primarily for "faculty, students, staff, and librarians in the social sciences.
Each biweekly issue offers a selective collection of Internet resources covering
topics in the field that have been chosen by librarians and content specialists
in the given area of study."