Yes indeed. I use it as a term to describe a particular set of spiritual paths which have a common set of general principles and values.I'm INFP and a pantheist, which could fall under the category of pagan. I feel I should mention; "Pagan" isn't a belief in itself, it's an umbrella term encompassing many types of beliefs.
It's so true. My mom has like 200 including tealights, I'm serious. Probably more.So, this is just a random thought based on the assumption that pagans have an obscene quantity of candles strewn about their abodes...but if I ever visited their humble pagan-cave, I'd be tempted to walk out with an arm-load of fancy candles.
Yes. The first part is animism, the second polytheism.Isn't it a polytheistic notion that soul is in everything, even nonliving, and that gods are everywhere, waiting to be worshiped in every way a human can possibly imagine.
On the contrary, most of the ones I've been around seem very intuitive.I've been around pagan types before. I think they tend to be S types more often than not. And into yoga etc.
This is circular logic. You're assuming there is one deity which is higher than the others, and that everyone acknowledges her/him in the same way and recognizing her/him as such. I don't believe in any deities independent of human perception; that is, omnipotent, omniscient, creating the universe, etc. So I don't have anyone to idolize. There is no contest between deities for my devotion. There are no true gods or false gods; they all exist and don't at the same time. Which ones you are drawn to is your business. And btw most polytheistic people believe that all gods are aspects of one- so the only difference is that monotheists think the one god shows himself/herself to people in the exact same way all the time (only having one aspect).Why idolize false gods when we have God?
>What other religions think I do
Ha, I'm afraid it's true, hylogenesis XD Would you like some?So, this is just a random thought based on the assumption that pagans have an obscene quantity of candles strewn about their abodes...but if I ever visited their humble pagan-cave, I'd be tempted to walk out with an arm-load of fancy candles.