Pagan & Non-Pagan Traditions Club

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Pagan & Non-Pagan Traditions Club

This club is for members who are interested in discussing and learning about other traditions out in the world. You do not have to be pagan to belong to a tradition, not all traditions refer to themselves as pagans.

Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WSI_CLUB_PAGAN_NON-PAGAN_TRADITIONS/?yguid=6812102
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Latest Activity: Jun 20, 2013

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Comment by Tiger Moon on April 6, 2012 at 9:34pm

Hi! I'm in the middle of the First Degree CNT, and I'm loving it. I started with Grey School last year but got burned out on essays. I'd like to learn of what all is out there in these areas. Thanks.

Comment by Béibhinn Ryan on July 31, 2011 at 9:02am
Hi guys! I'm a Reconstructionist Pagan and I follow the Kemetic Tradition. I am currently doing the beginner's course with Kemetic Orthodoxy (www.kemet.org) and I am happy to answer any question's people may have.
Regarding wicca and witchcraft, I am a witch without Wicca. Don't get me wrong I'm not judging people who follow Wicca but tbh it is not for me. I use Magic within the kemetic tradition (Heka) while using kitchen witchery etc. I just call on the Kemetic Gods and goddesses to help me :)
Comment by SilverFeathyr on January 8, 2011 at 6:51pm
I'm an Eclectic witch with Unitarian Universalist beliefs (for the most part). Very interested in diversity and other spiritual belief systems. Outer Court member of CNT. Diversity is what makes life so interesting! We can all come together and share our beliefs without having to force them down each others' throats. That's what I LIKE about WSI, CNT and the forums!
Comment by Tracey Moody on October 24, 2010 at 2:35am
Merry meet i have just joined, i am not sure of what tradition truly interests me as i like certain parts of each tradition and am open to new ideas. But i love alot of the ancient traditons.
Comment by Hela on June 21, 2010 at 3:49am
Hello Everyone! I personally pull from many different things, so I guess I'm an "Eclecticist" for lack of a better word. But I'm always interested in hearing others thoughts on their beliefs.

I do agree with you Amithist about "It is not necessary to be part of a tradition be it Wiccan, Witch, Pagan or the myriad of other "denominations" so to speak." It's kind of refreshing to see someone say that, thanks!

There are many things from many paths that just don't sit right with me so I find it hard to travel down just that one road without having my whole heart into it. I guess that's what drew me to the "pagan" ideas, and too just be me.
Comment by Amithist Anelace on May 20, 2010 at 3:06am
I am assuming that most of the discussions for this group are on the Yahoo group page.

I went many, many years before something found me that i could wear comfortably. It is not necessary to be part of a tradition be it Wiccan, Witch, Pagan or the myriad of other "denominations" so to speak.

What is important is that you feel you are honoring the energies that for you are Goddess/God. If you feel you need names there are many "generic" names that you can use until you find whats right for you.

For me When I found WSI it was like settling into a big comfy chair with the most cuddly pair of slippers and robe. I was home. As a very proud Native American I never was, nor will I ever be, willing to settle for not having my ancestors as a very important part of my life and my beliefs.

So don't sweat the little things just be comfortable in your own skin and in your own spirit. Many Blessings to you
Comment by Bonnie on January 6, 2010 at 10:53am
Hi I am a sotutary and I am having a hard time in figuring what I really want in a tradition. I hope this club can help me. Blessed Be
 

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