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Some Basic Pagan Links
Here are some basic references.
The Pagan Federation
Military Pagan Network, Inc.
-- Wes Kinsler (email@example.com), November 19, 2001
Interesting. Could you tell us all here a little about post neo- Paganism?
-- Wes Kinsler (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 20, 2001.
Everyone I know is abandoning Neo-Paganism and turning to Post-Neo-Paganism.
-- Aimless (aimless@national_raffle_association.org), November 20, 2001.
The best answer I can give, Wes, is to quote a small portion of the "Post Neo-Pagan Manifesto", by Eliza Kubler-Elf, PhD. Litt. In it she states:
"Neo-paganism's thunderbolt of realization lay in its rejection of the sterile monotheistic paternalism of Moses and the unmoving monolithic monadalism of Parmenides to embrace the fecund multiplicity of the pagan godhead. For this we must be ever grateful. But it is time that we lay aside the constricting knee-britches of our species' childhood gods and graduated into a new era of new and ever-more-fecund godhead. For that reason, it is time to reject the provincial prudery and exclusivism that has kept Siva apart from Odin and Hera apart from Ishtar. It is time to launch a new day, where the old pagan gods and goddesses may intermarry, interbreed, and pour forth new infant gods into the nursery of our just-aborning modern times."
I think that says it all - much better than I ever could.
-- Aimless (aimless@national_raffle_association.org), November 21, 2001.
Forgive him, Ancient Ones, for he knows not what he says. Post-neo- Paganism my ass. That's only a modernistic way of saying "I have no idea what this is about, but it sounded cool for a while. This sounds better." Great Lady of the Hunt, where did you dig up that drivel?
-- Ephiney Amazon Bard (email@example.com), November 26, 2001.