The term Neopaganism is used to describe a broad spectrum of ancient pagan ideologies, which were revived and reconstructed in both in the beginning or in the end the 20th century. These include among others Germanic Neopaganism, Wicca, Ásatrú, Odinism, Theodism, Neo-Druidism, Norse Tradition, Teutonic Religion, The Elder Troth and Forn Siðr.
All these movements have incorporated different ideas from pantheism, polyteism, animism, indigenous folk religions, magic, occultism, mysticism and ancient mythologies.
Neopaganism is a very fast growing religion, and therefore the blogosphere blooms with neopagan content. Among other topics, one can read about neopagan magic and moon phases, check out neopagan book reviews or hear the confessions of an urban druid. One can even learn about gay neopagans or how reviving old pagan habits feels.
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Neolithic Shamanism: Spirit Work in the Norse Tradition , by Raven Kaldera and Galina Krasskova Destiny Books, 9781594774904, 342 pp. (incl. index, plus 8 pages of colour plates), 2012 The title, Neolithic Shamanism , may be a bit misleading as there is not a lot careful exploration of the stone age, but the ...2 weeks ago
O Mary! we crown thee with blossoms today, Queen of the Angels, Queen of the May, O Mary we crown thee with blossoms today, Queen of the Angels, Queen of the May. “Bring Flowers of the Rarest” is an extra-liturgical … Continue reading →2 weeks ago
Beltane is coming up, with all its "Tra-la, Its May!" imagery. If you do an image search on Pinterest for "beltane" or "beltaine" you get lots of saucy pictures of white folks dressed in scanty scraps of green, with crystals or elk horns stuck on their foreheads. Or you get suggestively posed trees. Theres some ...2 weeks ago
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