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  • An idealistic young outsider battles on behalf of a nature-worshipping community threatened by an evil mining company.


  • After all, if Hitler is beamed up to heaven after his hellish romp through life on Earth, why not a peaceful, nature-worshipping witch who might occasionally engage in bizarre and immoral behaviors, but hey, never murdered millions of people?


  • Similarly, "pagan" can mean "A follower of a pantheistic or nature-worshipping religion; esp. a neopagan;" but it's hard to see how these associations could fit into the picture. CHINESE 'JEW.'

  • Godwin or Shelley or the deists of the eighteenth century of the nature-worshipping humanists of the Renaissance, without discovering that you differ from them twice as much as you differ from the Pope.

    The Ball and the Cross

  • Green superstition, which often has strong similarities to ancient nature-worshipping religions, is also common in Seattle.

    Sound Politics

  • An isolated tribe of nature-worshipping forest-dwellers threatened by a mine - yes, the Dongria bear no small resemblance to the Na'vi of James Cameron's film Top Stories

  • Embarrassment follows embarrassment (a nature-worshipping ceremony with the Pandorans linking arms and swaying from side to side looks like something the Esalen Institute would dream up), and cliché bumps up against cliché (there are networks of energy that glow through all living things).

    Commonweal Magazine

  • And yes, while the shamanistic Na'vi have nature-worshipping traits, does not their harmonious relationship with the natural world and their shepherding of nature mirror - to at least some degree - Tolkien's elves?

    Vox Nova


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