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Appropriation of another cultures religion?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Medb St. Jerome Apr 8. 37 Replies

This has been bugging me for some time since I started my path in Paganism over nine years ago. Is it appropriation when the Lwa or Orishas have called on you though you are not of that culture? I…Continue

Honoring Norse Giants?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Einherjar Jul 7, 2013. 16 Replies

I was waundering what people think about honoring the Norse Giants as you would honor the Aesir, Vanir or Rokkr? Reason that I ask is that I was reading about the Goddess Jord who is a Giantess and…Continue

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Medb St. Jerome replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"The gods go where they want. If they're showing up on their own, then trying to ignore them isn't going to work. You have to at the very least acknowledge them. They're not your property or your culture. They are autonomous…"
Apr 8
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Apr 7
Niteowl Caduceus replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"Thank you all for your input I do think I am still going to keep doing what I have been doing and still honor Shango the way I have been for nine and a half years. I don't think I am being disrespectful to the Orishas or LWA so I don't…"
Apr 7
cluthin drew replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"I suggest that you have had a past life as a priest of Shango and that is why he sought you out!"
Feb 15
Christopher Smith replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"I think it depends entirely on how you are conducting yourself. And I don't see harm in your conduct, you are being respectful. Such beings as these are beyond human cultural conflicts. I think you have much to gain from seeking out further…"
Feb 12
Mivi replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"Haitian Vodou and similar traditions are still alive. Go through the proper channels if you're trying to be respectful. To do anything but is a spit upon their gods/spirits. Talk to a houngan/mambo to see what you should do to honor and…"
Feb 12
HedgeWizard replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"Though this is probably not a popular viewpoint, I don't believe there is any such thing as "cultural appropriation". If you behave in a manner that is definitive of a culture, then you are living that culture. If your culture is…"
Jan 29
Barry J King replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"I really don’t think the gods, spirits, etc. etc. give a damn about your DNA or where you were born, particularly, if they called you out. If it feels good, do it."
Jan 14
Shawn Blackwolf replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"Yeah , think so... Artistic liberties of the modern age , you know ? ( I just love the music , and atmosphere in general )"
Jan 11
Niteowl Caduceus replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"I thought so"
Jan 10
Shawn Blackwolf replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"Both far older than that... The Old Wietchcrreayafth knew them well , long ago... But they were adopted into those cultures , long after... We hid things very well...much better than most think...;)"
Jan 10
Shawn Blackwolf replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"No , Diana is known in Italian Witchcraft , as is Aradia... Most say Aradia's story of being the daughter of Diana , from Leland's work...( google that ) However , and this is what I did not want to start with in my first post , but will…"
Jan 10
Xuchilbara replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"No, they're not. Aradia is Italian, Diana is Roman."
Jan 10
Niteowl Caduceus replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"So Aradia and Diana are Minoan?"
Jan 10
Niteowl Caduceus replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"I have thought about looking up the Minoan culture. Has come up a couple of times b4. looks like I may need to this time."
Jan 10
Shawn Blackwolf replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"No , it is about ***appropriating*** , not *appreciating* other cultures' religions... Two *totally* different words , with different meanings and intent ! ( if one is posting on a board mainly in English , it is good , and necessary to pay…"
Jan 10

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At 11:29pm on November 30, 2011, Moonheart13 said…

Holiday blessings to you.  I would like to extend a special invitation to you to join me on a journey of a lifetime.  A journey toward a new era of consciousness as we approach the dawning of 2012.  http://www.paganspace.net/group/2012awareness

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To the Goddess Hel

Posted on November 17, 2011 at 11:16pm 0 Comments

Invocation to Hela

 

Hail to Hel

Queen of Helheim

Wisest of Wights

Keeper of Secrets

Keeper of the hopes for tomorrow

Guardian of Souls

Implacable one of the frozen realm

Half the face of beauty

Half the face of Death.

You who feed the dead…

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