Pagans Made To Themselves Research Paper

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Wicca, Shamanism, Ásatrú, Neo-Druidsm, Celtic, Native American, you know about all of them, or if not a few, but there is a path that combines them all. There is a movement where I am from that translates to “Pagans Made to Themselves.” I’ve heard of them here in Latin America and Spain. While I haven’t heard many rumblings about this movement from the U.S, I do believe there is some version and probably most resembles Eclectic Paganism. Pagans “Made to Themselves” are those who have more than one belief, more than one way to worship divinity, and more than one way to do magic. You may know about people without a specific religion, those who pick the “best” part of every path, and incorporate it in their daily lives, creating an original path. This is similar. Pagans “Made to Themselves” can do Wiccan magic, worship the Greek gods, meditate with …show more content…

If you’re praying to Horus, god of the war and hunting, remember he’s also son of Osiris, god of the afterlife. While praying to him you start to think about Aphrodite (you are mixing Egyptian and Greek gods,) this could cause some chaotic results. While “Pagans Made to Themselves” loves to borrow they don’t mix while doing one task. Laurie Cabot says “It’s wonderful to read about all religions, and all traditions, but you should follow one” in her video “Becoming a Witch” (which is in her Youtube Channel, if you want to see it, amazing in my opinion), “You really need to explore all the traditions and find the one that resonates to you”. Exploring, reading, and learning new things is the best way to become a witch, once you have all the knowledge you can choose the path that fits. “If you choose to be a witch, please, be dedicated.” PS: If you want more information about this path, and also a good reading, you can check “The Everything Paganism Book: Discover the Rituals, Traditions, and Festivals of This Ancient Religion” by Selene Silverwind. It’s available in both Kindle and Paperback editions in

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