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  1. fizzyclare1

    Defining Athiest Paganism

    I have noticed that there is a recurring theme (or questioning, some confusion etc) about the nature of paganism and i have been toying with the idea of writing an essay on the matter, primarily to inform and possibly dispel some of the misunderstandings surrounding this belief. however, given that my own brand of athiest paganism doesnt cover all aspects of athiest pagan experience, i would really welcome some personal definitions and how you would describe your paganism (say for instance, spiritual connection to nature, witchcraft and ancestor remembering or worship). I would also welcome an athiest pagans thoughts on the so called 'supernatural' aspect of experience such as ghosts, spirits, etc If you practice meditation and you see it (or not as the case may be) as being linked to your beliefs then in what way does it enhance your religious (or non religious) experience? if there is anything you would like to say then please do add to this.
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