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    Re: Difficult reconciliations

    The UK Heathen group I belong to, bans all discussion of politics on its Facebook page.

    I'm aware that members have political beliefs across the spectrum. I've seen some of their posts on their...
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    Re: Sacred Space

    This blog from Huginns Heathen Hof is worth a read

    http://www.heathenhof.com/creating-sacred-space/
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    Re: Podcasts?

    Sadly Heathen book review has come to an end after a few episodes, but still worth listening to.

    The old episodes of Raven Radio are still around on iTunes, and Ep 61 about the best and worst...
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    Re: Recipes for Potlucks?

    I make Quorn/vegetarian chilli (without any chilli peppers) in a big one-pot method, as a way to get vegetables into my two kids.

    (sort of) Secret ingredients include cocoa powder,...
  5. Re: What ethical/moral "rules" do you get from your path?

    As a new-ish Heathen I've found its the first "path" that has led/inspired me to make better choices in my life.

    With family and community being so fundamental to the original heathens, I've made...
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    Re: Podcasts?

    I listen to

    Heathen Talk - which is on iTunes and youtube
    Heathen Book Review - also on youtube

    Hope that helps!
  7. Re: I have trouble feeling a spiritual connection

    I had not felt even the slightest twinge of pagan thoughts in over 10 years. But without any external persuading input I'm being drawn inexorably to certain paths.

    Bearing in mind my Social media...
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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    Quorn & vegetable chilli with adzuki(aduki?) beans.
    Now sitting down to watch Outlander with a bottle of Wychwood Ale.
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    Re: Hi from the UK

    Hi there ex Pagan ex Catholic now searching for new pagan paths again.
    And also in the UK. :)
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    Still not sure of my path at the moment, although a very old friend of mine is doing the OBOD course at the moment and I do listen to the podcast by Damh the Bard.

    I really want to do some kind of...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    I've joined a local Pagan group who were very welcoming... and have tentatively asked if I would like to attend their next ritual which given they follow the Wheel of the year will be Summer Solstice...
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    Re: Positive Progression

    I thought one or two Native American/First Nation had survived? Or is it just reconstructions?
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    Positive Progression

    Having taken the first faltering steps in a decade toward anything spiritual I'm feeling a lot happier... so in light of all the bad and depressing things happening in the world I thought I'd share...
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    Re: Brew your own Alcohol

    I'm hoping to begin mead making this month, I've found a simple low tech method and can't wait.

    It seems that most of the best luxury mead comes from Poland as well as eastern/ Central Europe...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    I've ordered one or two of those books and also got the Solitsry Druid book that looks promising.

    And of course a book by Brian Froud.

    I'm feeling like a quiet chorus of Fae folk is calling...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    It's just something I know nothing about ... but really find myself drawn to it like a physical pull from my heart.

    I'm desperately trying to find out more about the subject and how might connect...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    The Catholic Church I did attend (I later found out) was the most liberal in the whole parish, and it's two priests were very welcoming non-judgemental people, however the more I learned about the...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    So my wife knew when I was an atheist and was not happy but accepted it and moved on.
    However while out shopping (!) I just mentioned very briefly yesterday that I was no longer an atheist. Her...
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    Re: Wandering from the path

    As i have posted elsewhere on this forum I strayed from the path for nearly 20 years.. going from vaguely wiccan to agnostic, to converting to Catholicism(!) and then for the past few years total...
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    Re: The Big Pentagram thread

    In some very old english churches you will actually see pentagrams...though they were often carved into wooden pews not sure why or what the connection is.. but certainly intriguing...

    And in...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    I've done some google-fu and found a lit of very obscure and some not so obscure standing stones in Northumberland that certainly fit the bill... now I just have to find or make the time to get up...
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    Re: Hello fellow folks...

    its crazy as I'm finding myself strongly and irrevocably drawn to some of the most hackneyed things in Paganism - stone circles, pentagrams and Fae/Faery.

    Finding it hard to put into words why...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    Just had a looong chat with a knowledgeable friend of mine... I mentioned I'd had some pagan thoughts, his first comment?

    "Welcome back."
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    I feel I should do something when i eventually go to one of these places... some kind of ritual perhaps, something meaningful... I've ordered a few of the books off the FAQ list, so maybe something...
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    Re: Called back to the pagan... any advice?

    I have begun to make a list of some of the places and i will be going there over the summer. I always understood that none of my family originated in that part of England but I recently found out...
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