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  1. Thread: Spinning!

    by Rae'ya
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    Re: Spinning!

    Hahaha pretty sure I still have the video of your first attempts somewhere... ;) I have a wheel now, so I'll teach you that next time you're over.

    On a purely spiritual note, I've found that when...
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    Re: Info on demonolatry

    Well, 'friendly' is a relative term! One of the easiest places to start is the Goetia, as information on Them is readily available and it's easy to learn who may be able to help with what sort of...
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    Re: Info on demonolatry

    That depends entirely on what your intentions are and who you resonate with.
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    Re: Info on demonolatry

    So this is where things get really interesting... most of the Demons who appear to be of Abrahamic origin actually pre-date monotheistic Judeo-Christian paths. Judaism has a rich history of entities...
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    Re: Info on demonolatry

    I define a 'Demon' as one of the named greater entities that are considered deities or comparable in influence and significance to deities... so the Goetia, the demonized deities, Lucifer, the Four...
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    Re: Info on demonolatry

    The short answer is no, Satanism and Demonolatry are not always connected. And yes, You can be involved in Demonolatry without being involved with Satanism.

    Demonolatry and Satan is a tricky...
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    Re: A question about Satanism vs Luciferianism

    Within the LHP communities, Satanism and Luciferianism are generally considered to be two different paths. There are some Luciferians who identify as Satanists and vice versa, but the vast majority...
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    Re: Interactions between pantheons

    As a hard polytheist, I have personal experience with cross-pantheon networking. It fould be unfounded UPG, or it could be a symptom of the deities I work with being either Northern (who have a rich...
  9. Re: Long time no see! Any types of birds/animals heavily related to mythology?

    Which brings up an interesting debate in ethics. Is it ethical just because there is no domestic alternative available? That may depend on your husbandry methods but at the end of the day, wild...
  10. Re: Long time no see! Any types of birds/animals heavily related to mythology?

    I can't really address all this properly right now (on my phone), but the short answer is that humane euthanasia is typically the most ethical choice for badly injured wildlife. There are a whole...
  11. Re: Long time no see! Any types of birds/animals heavily related to mythology?

    We have domestic breeds/species of ducks, bees, fish and some insects. There really isn't any need to seek wild breeds/species of these animals for farming. I am all for encouraging native bees and...
  12. Re: Long time no see! Any types of birds/animals heavily related to mythology?

    The proper way to care for a wild animal is to leave it alone. The proper way to care for an injured wild animal is to contact an appropriately qualified wildlife rehabilitator.

    If you wish to...
  13. Re: Long time no see! Any types of birds/animals heavily related to mythology?

    So to clarify... you're looking for a list of birds and animals that are referenced in mythology, which you can keep as a pet?

    That depends entirely on your country, region and level of...
  14. Re: Since When Are There Crocodiles in North America?!

    There's always been crocodilians in the Americas... but I'll admit that I only learned that included North America when I saw a TV show about a crocodile sanctuary in Florida. Perhaps it's not common...
  15. Re: Subjective meaning vs Objective Facts and their role in your religion

    Yes and no. The problem (or otherwise) is that we do not have enough 'objective reality' to cover everything. We don't understand everything. Science can't explain everything. Did you know that we...
  16. Re: Subjective meaning vs Objective Facts and their role in your religion

    I don't require objective facts to support my beliefs, but I do require that whatever objective facts exist do not oppose my beliefs. Just because we can't prove something objectively, does not mean...
  17. Thread: Gaming

    by Rae'ya
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    Sticky: Re: Gaming

    Is Ark any good? I keep wanting to get it (especially as it keeps popping up on sale on Steam) but I've heard such horrible things about the community that I'm worried it will be a huge waste of time.
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    Re: Dragon Boat Races

    Dragon boat racing actually originated in China, though I think we can all appreciate how it might seem to be a Northern European thing!
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    Re: Cleansing energy

    Most random items don't hold on to energy from random people. Imbuing an item with your energy actually takes a bit of time and effort, unless it's an item that is specifically geared towards...
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    Re: Does anyone here paint?

    I paint, though I haven't done any for years. Mostly acrylics, though I started in oils and can paint watercolour and guache too. But my prefered medium is actually pastels (pencils and chalk/conte)...
  21. Thread: Heyoka Shaman

    by Rae'ya
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    Re: Heyoka Shaman

    Would you care to share a little bit about what a Heyoka shaman is and what it entails? I'm not familiar with the term and a quick Google search indicates that the traditional Heyoka is not a shaman...
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    Re: Weaving a new webhere

    Welcome! Our ranks are growing... one day us Aussies will take over the forum and then it'll be the others who have backwards flushing toilets!

    Please don't hesitate to post thoughts and...
  23. Re: ok be nice but yeah i need some help and i didnt know where to post this...

    Except that the runes attributed to magical charms and spellcasting do not always form words. In some cases, it is the single rune itself, or a repetition of that rune that forms the spell.
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    Re: Is Christianity actually polytheistic?

    It's very plausible that my Catholic education was limited by never being an adult in the Church. I had 8yrs of being actively taught Catholicism and a further 2-3yrs of being an 'inactive' Catholic....
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    Re: Is Christianity actually polytheistic?

    We were never taught that Jesus is God. Jesus is Jesus, and he serves a specific purpose in our relationship with God and our prospects of reaching Heaven. He is the son of God and more than mortal...
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