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  1. Re: People who try to convert you, and your reactions.

    I would LOVE for someone to try and convert me. No one has tried. I guess people in Indiana don't really care.
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    Re: GOD of the day from A to Z

    I apologize for not posting these last few days. I have been very busy lately. I will post another deity later today after I sleep. Again, I am sorry.
  3. Thread: Panentheism

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    Re: Panentheism

    I am a Polytheist. I believe that the Gods are distinct entities seperate from the universe.
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    Re: GOD of the day from A to Z

    Ceres

    Origin Roman. Mother Goddess

    Known period of worship circa 400 BCE to 400 CE

    Ceres is arguably the most recent model of the "Great Mother" whose predecessors include Inana, Istar,...
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    Brigit

    Origin Celtic Fertility Goddess

    Known period of worship Prehistoric times until Christianization circa 1100 CE or later.

    A major Celtic pastoral deity, described as a "Wise woman, the...
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    Sticky: Re: What's your progression?

    christian>>lazy christian>>agnostic>>atheist>>wiccan>>eclectic pagan>>roman reconstructionist.
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    Re: GOD of the day from A to Z

    Bastet

    Origin Egyptian. Feline Goddess associated with the vengeance of the sun God

    Known period of worship circa 2700 BCE to the end of Egyptian history circa 400 CE

    Bastet is the daughter...
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    Baal

    Origin Western Semetic (Canaanite) [Northern Israel, Lebanon and later Egypt]. Vegetation deity and national God

    Known Period of worship circa 2000 BCE or earlier to 200 BCE

    Baal may...
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    Allah

    Origin Nabataean and Arabic. Derived from the western Semetic God Il.

    Known period of worship circa 300 BCE until present

    The creator GOD of Islam. Percieved in pre-Islamic times as...
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    Re: GOD of the day from A to Z

    Thank you for that, I will keep my eye on the listings in the book to ensure as best I can that they are accurate. Next post...Allah.
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    Re: GOD of the day from A to Z

    Nope, looks like we are still on A :P


    This wouldn't happen to be the GodChecker book would it?


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    Re: GOD of the day from A to Z

    Ahura Mazda

    Origin Persia. God of light

    Known period of worship circa 1500 BCE to circa 400 CE


    Ahura Mazda probably originates as the Hindu Vedic God Varuna. In Persian religion he becomes...
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    Re: GOD of the day from A to Z

    Very good! You are more knowledgable than I am. I need a book detailing any GOD outside of the Roman Pantheon
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    Adonis

    Origin Hellenic name adopted predominantly in Phoenician and Syrian culture and based on an old western Semitic deity [Lebanon and Syria] Fertility and vegetation GOD

    Known period of...
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    GOD of the day from A to Z

    I have this wonderful book about GODS that I would like to share with you. I plan on posting some of the deities that strike my interest on a one per day basis. I will start with A and eventually end...
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    Re: Greek vs Roman pantheons

    Very well put. Thank you for your responce. You are absolutely correct in my opinion.
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    Re: Questions about Gnosticism

    Why is the idea of salvation so important? From what, exactly, are people being saved? Is it just ignorance of being more than lumps of flesh or what?


    I second this. What is Salvation saving...
  18. Thread: Gaming

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    Sticky: Re: Gaming

    I played WoW for about 3 months. I got bored around level 62 and quit playing. Currently I am playing UFC Undisputed 2010 on the PSP.
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    Re: A Witch's 10 Commandments

    ^ this
  20. Re: Christianity in the States vrs. Christianity in the UK

    I my experiences with Christianity has been that if you proclaim your religion and it is different you might have a problem. As long as you are respectful and do not throw your religion around in...
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    Re: God of cyberspace?

    Hermes is also an assassin due to his murder of Argus. Though I doubt that makes a difference.
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    Re: God of cyberspace?

    My vote would be for Mercury/Hermes.
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    Re: Greek vs Roman pantheons

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/19648/greek_vs_roman_mythology.html?cat=9

    This is a pretty good article describing some of the differences. Enjoy at your leasure. I would like to say that...
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    Re: Greek vs Roman pantheons

    would it make you happier if I change what I said? ""The Greeks had 12 major GODS and several minor ones"" Is that better? Geesh
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    Re: Greek vs Roman pantheons

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/19648/greek_vs_roman_mythology.html
    http://www.greekmythology.com/
    http://www.godchecker.com/pantheon/roman-mythology.php?_gods-list...
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