Celebrating Ostara - The Pagan Inspiration Behind Easter
Ostara is the modern Pagan worship of the goddess of spring, and the inspiration behind the modern Easter celebration. Although Eostre herself may be unknown to you, her celebration will probably sound very familiar - think bunnies...
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Imbolc Traditions, Rituals, and Other Facts
Imbolc tradition fact
Pagans and Wiccans all over the world celebrate Imbolc as a festival of growth and renewal. This festival marks the passing of harsh winters as well as reckoned as a good omen since the ewe's lactation is invariably linked to the...
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Paganism Symbols
Pagan has been a broad concept and researchers have always developed a keen interest in these theories and subjects for a long time. Let's know more about the symbols.
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Paganism Beliefs
Paganism is a faith that refers to the presence of divine or God in nature and things that occur in nature, i.e., trees, animals, rocks, rivers, etc. It gives liberty in assuming one's God, and rejects the concept of monotheism,...
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Celebrating Lammas
To celebrate the early harvest season, pagans hold a Lammas ritual, usually in the first week in August. You will find the ways of celebrating Lammas in this article.
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Don't be Afraid of the Pagans!
With so many different and sometimes conflicting definitions of paganism, it's difficult to pin down what it exactly is. Most self-identifying pagans in the United States follow today's modern, Western version.
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