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Transcript of Paganism

what is Paganism?
Some common beliefs and practices between the differing pagan religions
1) Polytheism.
2) Pantheism.
3) Animism.
4) Belief in life cycle: birth, death, and rebirth.
What Pagans believe ?
Paganism has a wide belief, but we can sum it to three points:
The recognition of the divine in nature is at the heart of Pagan belief.
God and Goddesses
The code 'If it harms none, do what you will'
how do they worship?
Pagan worship may be collective or solitary, but they usually do their rite as group.
their holidays
depend on The Wheel of The Year
February 1-2
midpoint between winter and spring
March 19-22
spring equinox
April 30 - May 1
Feast of flowers
June 19-22
Summer solstice
August 1-3
the first harvest celebration
September 19 -22
The secured harvest celebration
October 31 - November 1...
Halloween celebration .
The third harvest celebration .
December 19-22
Winter soler
Pagans may practice different religions based upon their geographical location or cultural background. Or they may practice based upon a spiritual affinity for a specific tradition
The word "Pagan" comes from the Latin word "Paganus" and "Pagana", which mean villager.
The word "pagan" signified people who
were thought to be uncivilised
, but now Pagans are people who
have retained the wisdom and values of their ancestors and modified.
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