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    • Angels
      An angel is a primarily spiritual being found in various religions In Abrahamic religions Angels are often depicted as benevolent celestial beings who act as intermediaries between God or Heaven and Earth, or as guardians or a guiding influence.
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    • 1 year, 6 months ago

       lucidfool

    • Asatru
      Old Norse word meaning "true to the Asa(Norse Gods/Goddesses, also called the Aesir, collectively)". It is the ancient warrior religion of early Scandinavians and is still practiced today. The most well-known of the Aesir are Odin and Thor.
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    • Dream Exploration and Interpretation
      This forum is dedicated to the exploration of dreams. What do they mean, what is their symbology? There are many ways to see dreams, from the spiritual, to the psychoanalytic, and from the fairy tale to the night mare.  If you dream it, talk about it here.
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    • Esoteric Bookswap
      il_214x170.767499484_he0q Come and swap your old reads for new reads! No selling please- Shipping compensation or free. No pics over 500 kb please . All trades are private party.  Altfaiths.com only supplies the platform.
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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

       RunningLizard

    • Gnosticism
      A Gnostic is a person who believes that salvation is gained through the acquisition of divine knowledge or gnosis. In the Gnostic view, there is a true, ultimate and transcendent God, who is beyond all created universes and who never created anything in the sense in which the word "create" is ordinarily understood.
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    • 1 year, 2 months ago

       D.D Cotton

    • Hermeticism
      Hermeticism is an ancient spiritual, philosophical, and magical tradition. It is a path of spiritual growth. Hermeticism takes its name from the God Hermês Trismegistos (Greek, "Thrice-Greatest Hermes"), a Græco-Egyptian form of the great Egyptian God of Wisdom and Magic, Thôth. What the Hermetic Fellowship defines as Hermeticism has also been called the Western Esoteric Tradition, and embraces the Perennial Philosophy or the Ageless Wisdom. Generally, the following can be said to be characteristic of the positive form of Hermeticism advocated by the Hermetic Fellowship
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    • 1 year, 3 months ago

       D.D Cotton

    • Kemet
      Kemetic Orthodoxy does not follow a single scripture, but rather a fluid understanding of balance, justice and truth. Worship often takes place in shrines, which exist in both public and personal forms. Five basic tenets guide the faith of members: Belief in upholding Ma'at, Belief in Netjer (the supreme being), Akhu (Ancestor) Veneration, Participation in and Respect for the Community, and Acknowledgment of Siuda as the Nisut. Members of the faith are known as Shemsu.  
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    • Paganism
      Paganism is the ancestral religion of the whole of humanity. This ancient religious outlook remains active throughout much of the world today. The Pagan outlook can be seen as threefold. Its adherents venerate Nature and worship many deities, both goddesses and gods.
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    • Santeria
      Santeria (Way of the Saints) is an Afro-Caribbean religion based on Yoruba beliefs and traditions, with some Roman Catholic elements added. The religion is also known as La Regla Lucumi and the Rule of Osha. Santeria is a syncretic religion that grew out of the slave trade in Cuba.
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    • Seið Fólk
      A group dedicated to the study of Scandinavian Seiðr (pronounced say-dr), a form of shamanic practice borrowed from Finno-Siberian Shamanism.
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    • Shamanic
      Shamanism is a range of traditional beliefs and practices that involve the ability to diagnose, cure, and sometimes cause human suffering by traversing the axis mundi and forming a special relationship with, or gaining control over, spirits. The name shaman is not native to the Americas. It was imported form Siberia and the Turkic-speaking areas of Mongolia. And many Native Americans take offence to being called Shaman.
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    • Spiritualism
      Spiritualism, in religion, a movement based on the belief that departed souls can interact with the living. They seek to make contact with the dead, usually through the assistance of a medium, a person believed to have the ability to contact spirits directly. While others use Ouiji, pendulums, and automatic writing ect.
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    • Wicca
      :  a religion influenced by pre-Christian beliefs and practices of western Europe that affirms the existence of supernatural power (as magic) and of both male and female deities who inhere in nature and that emphasizes ritual observance of seasonal and life cycles. Gerald Gardner is often sited as its founder.
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    • 5 months, 1 week ago

       ywudymi

    • Witchcraft
      Witchcraft comes in many forms and is found in many religions including Abrahamic ones. Witchcraft is not Wicca, it is a practice in and of itself. Many Wiccans and other practitioners may follow the beliefs and not actively practice the craft. 1. (Alternative Belief Systems) the art or power of bringing magical or preternatural power tobear or the act or practice of attempting to do so 2. (Alternative Belief Systems) the influence of magic or sorcery 3. fascinating or bewitching influence or charm
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    • 1 year, 6 months ago

       DJ

    • Wyrdruna
      A group dedicated to the study of traditional runology.
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