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    Re: Incorporating Music in Paganism/Witchcraft?

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    You are the only person in my entire online life, outside of my family, that has ever brought up this group. I LOVE THESE GIRLS! Any time I think of them, I immediately start hearing Salva Nos play in my brain noggin.

    Also, Faun is amazeballs.
    It's been a while since I listened to them, but they are GREAT.

    Edit: I go through musical genre phases. Currently in a punk/pagan metal/local northern indigenous artist phase lol. I mostly can't listen to my music out loud at work.
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    Re: Incorporating Music in Paganism/Witchcraft?

    Wow!! I did NOT expect this thread to get so much positive and helpful feedback! Thank you so much for all of the band/artists recommendations, information about the connections between music and paganism (historical and current) and various musical practices, explanations of the meaning behind music offerings plus response to my idea of singing as an offering! I think the info will be very helpful for me in starting my pagan journey; also, I'll be sure to check out all those artists! I'm very sorry I haven't kept up and responded in real time - I've had little to no access to my computer and limited free time recently due to life circumstances.

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    Re: Incorporating Music in Paganism/Witchcraft?

    Quote Originally Posted by BluePrimula View Post
    Wow!! I did NOT expect this thread to get so much positive and helpful feedback! Thank you so much for all of the band/artists recommendations, information about the connections between music and paganism (historical and current) and various musical practices, explanations of the meaning behind music offerings plus response to my idea of singing as an offering! I think the info will be very helpful for me in starting my pagan journey; also, I'll be sure to check out all those artists! I'm very sorry I haven't kept up and responded in real time - I've had little to no access to my computer and limited free time recently due to life circumstances.
    Don't worry about it - some of us that have been here a decade plus disappear for months at a time, sometime. We all get busy!
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    Re: Incorporating Music in Paganism/Witchcraft?

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    Don't worry about it - some of us that have been here a decade plus disappear for months at a time, sometime. We all get busy!
    Ooh that reminds me Im getting close to my first decade. The beauty of forums is they don't need to be real time interactions. Posts persist and can be addressed at one's leisure.
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    Re: Incorporating Music in Paganism/Witchcraft?

    I do a "shitty day at work" singing in the shower self-cleansing to the tune of "I'm gonna wash that man right outta my hair" from South Pacific, so...yeah...you can use music however you want.

    My favorite 3 Pagan(ish) songs (in no particular order):








    Also, there's an entire youtube channel called keep music pagan that has a mix of stuff
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    Re: Incorporating Music in Paganism/Witchcraft?

    Ooooh, that's good. Top 3?

    Fiona Apple, Criminal.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFOzayDpWoI

    Hold on a Little Longer, Quicksilver.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37qu4NdQs2A

    Heilung.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRg_8NNPTD8

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