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    Re: Growing things as a spiritual pursuit

    My temple teaches that the land is divine and the fruit of the earth is divine. To engage in creation, especially nurturing and fostering the growth of other living things is to engage with the...
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    Re: Corrupt-A-Wish Game

    Granted. Your telepathic prowess is immense and you hear thoughts from across the globe. Unable to staunch the swell of thoughts, nor distinguish them from your own, you slowly go mad.

    I wish the...
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    Re: Greetings from a Cemiist!

    I think you're misunderstanding what syncretism is. The idea is that x gods and y gods are the same gods, or else that it is a fusion of them which creates a new type of religion. The Romans' habit...
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    Re: Greetings from a Cemiist!

    Welcome to the forum! I actually have heard of this religion. One of my friends is from Puerto Rico and talks about the native beliefs. As she's described it to me, there's a lot of syncretism...
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    Re: Greetings from SE USA!

    Welcome to the forum.

    A note on "pagan" is that it's a wide grouping that can broadly be defined as "not belonging to the Abrahamic faiths" though there can be some more nuance there. As one...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    If only we knew. Guess it must just be God punishing us for the gays.
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    Re: Humans should stop producing

    Yeah, that's just not correct and I'm not even sure where to begin taking it apart. There's tons of reasons why people may be unable to reproduce. People have also literally always used contraceptive...
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    Re: Humans should stop producing

    Nah, people have sex for a lot of reasons. These days the intent isn't to have a kid most of the time. As I mentioned earlier in this thread, as a society develops birthrate peaks, then declines, and...
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    Re: Why is Buddhism so contradicting?

    Buddhism isn't contradictory, if you do more than a surface level of research. It's just not western.
  10. Thread: Earthquakes

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    Re: Earthquakes

    Thanks. I try to be as knowledgeable as possible. The reconstruction of PIE culture and it's connection with descent cultures is a special interest of mine.



    The ancient Greeks viewed the...
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    Re: So I prayed to multiple gods...

    Firstly, let me welcome you to our forum. We're happy to have you. Secondly, please refrain from using colored text- it's basically impossible to read with some themes, including the one I'm...
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    Re: Earthquakes

    This depends largely on your source material and to what degree you believe in mythological absolutism. The best known title for Poseidon is enosichthon, the earth shaker, and it seems to have been a...
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    Re: Conceived on Samhain

    There's a lot to unpack there but, I wouldn't attribute any special meaning to it. There's nothing concrete to be said about it.
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I think for authenticity it needs to be used? Either way the reviews are ridiculous. I especially loved the 5 star reviews of grave dirt, many of which were along the lines of 'spooky or haunted' and...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I can buy coffin nails and grave dirt on Amazon, which wasnt the original thing I set out to learn today, nor do I ever intend to, but that's a thing you can do. I ... have so many questions. I think...
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    Re: Is There A Neutral Religion Exist?

    There is a school of thought which concludes all religion exists in the context of order and chaos. The modern, western, conception of moral dichotomy is not what was followed in most places through...
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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    I had to complete exit counseling for university which was mostly information on my loans and how the government and corporations will come for my spine if I don't pay them, then I needed to pick a...
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    Re: Is There A Neutral Religion Exist?

    This very much depends on how you define good and evil. There's no real, popular, religion which would purposely do evil. However, there have been many with different ideas of what constitutes...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I got an extension on one of my courses from last semester for health/family reasons, and the deadline is coming up. I've just got the final paper for my German history class left now, but I do need...
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    Re: They Paved Paradise

    There's no point to this topic. We have been using stone to produce roads and other structures for thousands of years. There has never been a point when humanity has not altered their environment to...
  21. Thread: Pokemon

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    Re: Pokemon

    I am so into pokemon man. When I was bigger into social media I ran a pokemon themed facebook page and along with some other big pokemon pages, we ran a gym league. This was around Black and White. I...
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    Re: Hello! (Newbie!)

    Yep Yep I joined at ...14? I was big into forum-ing in my teens. I'd been doing craft for awhile before that. PF is great for people of all ages and I, daresay, was rather influential on my...
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    Re: Christian/ Pagan?

    I've rarely found the average christian to be a paragon of orthodoxy. People cling to little things, usually not even thinking about how their worldview may interact with it. That being said, any...
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    Re: Reputation Links

    The icons are next to the "promote to article" button. Mouse over the right in a line and see if you can find things. I use a dark theme also, so it can be a bit harder to find them if you don't know...
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v2)

    I'm feeling a bit annoyed with a few of my social relationships so in an effort to chill out and let it bother me less, I'm running a bath with scented oils, in which I shall boil myself whist eating...
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