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    Re: Hi!

    Quote Originally Posted by Florenna View Post
    ^ Ok I did notice all threads in at least the Wiccan sub-area are locked, so I guess to talk about Wicca, starting a new topic is the only way? For a newbie in any forum, it's just a bit daunting, and requires a pretty big issue to do that
    Just a note, there are a few good places to look online for topics to start conversations about regarding Paganism:

    https://pagan-prompt.livejournal.com/

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    Re: Hi!

    thanks for the link Torey.
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    Re: Hi!

    Quote Originally Posted by iris View Post
    Yea you'll probably have to start a discussion there yourself I know it can be scary. we don't bite, and we wont judge either, so please don't hold back.
    Ok I will if there's a big issue I want to discuss.

    Torey, thanks for the link, I will look into it; for me personally though, a topic I want to discuss usually arises from within me, something I need clarification for, etc. (or often if I really want to comment on something in an ongoing discussion, but that's impossible if a thread is locked, of course. ).

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    Re: Hi!

    Wicca specifically has less active members recently which leads to it having been dormant longer than the other Tradition subforums. Many of us have passed through Wicca at aome point and may have commentary there if a new thread starts but most currently active members identify more strongly with something else and start threads elsewhere.
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    Re: Hi!

    Quote Originally Posted by iris View Post
    But aside from that it's pretty spread out (guys correct me if I'm wrong, I don't really keep tabs on anyone's beliefs). And the people happy to share and discuss their paths are the ones that have been here so long they have done it 50 times already, so it's more of an "ask and we'll answer" situation now.
    Yup...I've not considered myself Wiccan in at least 15 years...I don't mind talking about it, but I don't have anything new to say on the subject either.
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