Neopagan


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Ne·o·pa·gan

or Ne·o-Pa·gan  (nē′ō-pā′gən)
adj.
Of or relating to Neopaganism.
n.
An adherent of Neopaganism.

neopagan

(ˌniːəʊˈpeɪɡən) theol
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) an advocate of the revival of paganism, a modern pagan
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) of or pertaining to a modern revival of paganism
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If one was coming of age in the contemporary neopagan movement in America, at least one of her books would have been obligatory on one's bookshelf; among the numerous, notable volumes that are her legacy one will find Women in Myth and Legend (1981), Seasons of the Witch: Poetry and Songs to the Goddess (1992), The Goddess Path: Myths, Invocations, and Rituals (1999), The Encyclopedia of Celtic Myth and Folklore (2004), and finally, Magical Gardens: Cultivating Soil & Spirit (2012).
There is a revolution among the Pagan and Witchcraft communities, a movement away from prescribed ritual and neopagan practices and a reaching back toward what Foxwood says is in the heart of any true witch: a thundering call deep within their very blood to become a healer, a reckoner, a protector of magical arts, and a guardian of the wild woods.
They lied about God, for they were either militantly atheistic in nature or neopagan in character.
It is the underlying philosophy and framework for magical societies such as the Golden Dawn, Thelemic orders, mystical-religious societies such as the Builders of the Adytum and the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross, and is a precursor to the Neopagan, Wiccan and New Age movements.
114) This neopagan world, unlike its classical forerunner, no longer has an adequate appreciation of the capacity of reason to know the truth of the world and to look beyond it.
There is a growing interest in ayahuasca among individuals that self-identify as neopagan, New Age, psychonauts, or the just plain curious.
Jesus Through Pagan Eyes: Bridging Neopagan Perspectives with a Progressive Vision of Christ provides a different vision of Jesus apart from the modern Christian church, and provides a collection of stories, essays, and interviews about Jesus from some of the most respected neo-Christian leaders of our times.
JESUS THROUGH PAGAN EYES: BRIDGING NEOPAGAN PERSPECTIVES WITH A PROGRESSIVE VISION OF CHRIST offers a new book by a British clergyman who left the Church of England, and provides a survey on reclaiming the teachings of Christ for those in non-Christian faiths.
Must we assume" Cardinal Koch asked, "that anti-Jewish tendencies present within Christianity for centuries were complicit in the anti-semitism of the Nazis, racially motivated and led astray by a godless and neopagan ideology, or simply allowing it to run its course?
Ecstatic visions come to the son not in church but only during his neopagan poetic imaginings, yet Davidson ironically fashions these visions as parodies (not binaries) of Christianity.
Internet ritual: A case study of the construction of computer-mediated neopagan religious meaning.
Maria Beatrice Bittarello, with reference to Neopagan websites, discusses the status of religious texts published on the web and discerns in their presentation a similarity with medieval texts such as the Book of Kells.