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  • noun Plural form of neo-pagan.

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Examples

  • OK, not exactly in the Haley Joel Osment sense, but most neo-pagans make a point to honor our ancestors, those who have passed on, at Samhain.

    Wes Isley: Between Scary and Silly: A Pagan Spiritual Reflection on Halloween

  • OK, not exactly in the Haley Joel Osment sense, but most neo-pagans make a point to honor our ancestors, those who have passed on, at Samhain.

    Wes Isley: Between Scary and Silly: A Pagan Spiritual Reflection on Halloween

  • Wiccans consider themselves witches, pagans or neo-pagans, and say their religion is based on respect for the earth, nature and the cycle of the seasons.

    Court: Custody ruling not based on mom’s Wicca religion

  • The word pagan simply means country-dweller, although many contemporary neo-pagans are urban dwellers, as were many pagans in classical times.

    Elizabeth Cunningham: Honoring the Elements: The Pagan Roots of Religion

  • We take new names, sit zazen, become Sufis, Taoists, neo-pagans, devotees of Kali and Vedanta.

    The 'Future of God' Debate

  • And in fact if you look at the vast majority of religious people, tribal shamans, Unitarians and Anglicans, mellow Malaysian Muslim housewives, Taoists and neo-pagans and Buddhists and liberal Jews and partially lapsed Catholics, this in fact is what they are doing -- as are Existentialists and Marxists and Stoics and Epicureans and followers of the New Age philosophical life-changing seminar of the month.

    THE HALLS OF PENTHEUS -- PART TWO

  • And in fact if you look at the vast majority of religious people, tribal shamans, Unitarians and Anglicans, mellow Malaysian Muslim housewives, Taoists and neo-pagans and Buddhists and liberal Jews and partially lapsed Catholics, this in fact is what they are doing -- as are Existentialists and Marxists and Stoics and Epicureans and followers of the New Age philosophical life-changing seminar of the month.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • And in fact if you look at the vast majority of religious people, tribal shamans, Unitarians and Anglicans, mellow Malaysian Muslim housewives, Taoists and neo-pagans and Buddhists and liberal Jews and partially lapsed Catholics, this in fact is what they are doing -- as are Existentialists and Marxists and Stoics and Epicureans and followers of the New Age philosophical life-changing seminar of the month.

    THE HALLS OF PENTHEUS -- PART FIVE

  • Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year and the longest night of the year and is for many pagans and neo-pagans the symbolic and spiritual rebirth of the year.

    Cathleen Falsani: Do Whateveryouwannukah? Why I Won't Be Fa-la-la-la-la-ing In To The Gap This Holiday Season (VIDEO)

  • Since then, interest in Lilith has only grown among Jewish feminists, neo-pagans, listeners to contemporary music by women (highlighted in the Lilith Fair), poets and other writers.

    Lilith.

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