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This forum deals with the Ancient Studies of Ceremonial Magic, Hermetics, Astrology, Spirituality, Paganism, Satanism and Divination.
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Archaeology & Myth of Ancient British Sites: Stone Circles, Holy Wells, Maypoles, tombs, shamanism, cosmologies, etc
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A forum home for Lokeans, Rökkatruars, and all who offer acknowledgement, respect, or devotion to Loki, His family, and the Rökkr
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I was on Youtube, this afternoon, and found a lot of various chants ("goddess" chant, "earth is my mother" chant, "Elemental" chant, etc). Coming out of christianity, having gone to a mega church, with all the instruments an
My friends Mojo and Sparrow in their latest podcast but one (Wigglan Way episode 80 ) http://thewigglianway.ca/ ) talked about the different ways that Pagans understand their gods. The model they discussed was based on a triangle of Red, Blue, and
Greetings. We're all familiar with fundamentalist Christians, Muslims.. even Hindu. I was just wondering, is there such a thing as a fundamentalist Pagan? (In modern times) Or is Paganism self-limiting with regards to such things? Cheers to
Does your religion affect how you live your day-to-day life? Why or why not? If so how? Do you think different Pagan religions have different effects on the lifestyles of their adherants? Is there a "stereotypical" Pagan lifestyle? If so,