Pagan Beliefs P4 Pagan Customs Individuality reigns supreme in paganism but there are few widespread customs. Sanctity of nature, environmental concerns acceptance and social responsibly are the bases of the few customs, which are more frequently practiced. There are no prohibitions within the philosophy and no dietary requirements. There are no laws of blasphemy - conflict remain between concerned individuals. There are no penance's or religious punishments.
I'm pagan. We exist everywhere. No, we don't believe in Satan, harming others or oppressing beliefs. It's not trendy or hipster. We live in harmony with nature and the universe and with respect for all living things. It's that simple.
(102) Facebook * Arielle Gabriel who gives free travel advice at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel writes of mystical experiences during her financial disasters in The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles including the opening of her heart chakra *
Lets Talk About Stars Baby... (Sabrina's Witchy Wonderland)
There's another, inaccurate one, going around on here and I wanted to share the truth. To a pagan the introverted Pentacle or Baphomet is not a symbol used has nothing to do with pagan beliefs. It was created in the time of the European Inquisition based on Christian mis-beliefs of witchcraft. The Baphomet was adopted by the Church of Satan in 1966.One must learn symbols before judging a group!
Explore the cosmology of the ancient Irish and learn how the old mythology and living culture show us the Gods and spirits of Ireland and how to connect to them. Ritual structure is explored, as well as daily practices and holidays, to create a path that brings the old beliefs forward into the modern world.