Academic Pagans

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Academic Pagans

This is a group for those who seek to learn about "pagan" ways through archeology, ethnography, anthropology and other sciences.

Members: 102
Latest Activity: Apr 1

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Gobekli Tepe

Started by Wildewood Jul 29, 2011. 0 Replies

Religious syncretism in India

Started by Alexia Adder. Last reply by Chris Travers Jun 14, 2010. 1 Reply

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Started by Alexia Adder. Last reply by Chris Travers Jun 14, 2010. 6 Replies

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Comment by Kristi V on April 1, 2019 at 1:24pm

Hello new to the group. Looking forward to sharing and learning knowledge. Presently studying the BioGeometry, and Sacred Geometry for harnessing and using various energies in the past. Any input on sources of info would be great, as I am just starting. Many Blessings

Comment by Alicia D'Avalon on November 27, 2016 at 5:15am

Hi All! I wanted to take a moment to share a project I'm working on. I have officially started my blog Arcane Shaman. I will be documenting my 8 month spiritual walkabout around the world to prepare for my Masters of Divinity with my spouse while worldschooling our daughter and sharing my musings on spirituality. If you are so inclined, like the FB page and check out the blog! Send me any feedback you have please, it would be super helpful. <3
https://www.facebook.com/ArcaneShaman/

Comment by Ashtoreth Dew on September 14, 2015 at 2:54pm

geimenschaft and gellenschaft  - applications in real life anyone ? How do memes and folklore effect you on a gut level? I watched an interesting film, "Journey to the Maggot Feeder." https://vimeo.com/116162411

Comment by MarcusAgrippa on January 4, 2014 at 3:09pm

Hi there  I  find so much rich materials in academic sources that it is hard not to join this group.  Right now I am re-reading both hf C. Kerenyi's books TheGods of the Greeks and his The Heros of the Greeks.

One of the beauties of his books is that he gives the literary sources for different parts of the myths. 

  I have done a bit of travel too -- a lot to ancient sites and lucky enough to have friends in both the academic and occult communities.

Comment by Chrysalis EarthSoul on April 2, 2011 at 12:20pm
Greetings everyone!  My name is Chrysalis and I'm a member of the Tribe of Gaea.  (We just added our group to Paganspace.) Arcas and I are very interested in pre-agricultural life and culture, and we are planning an intentional community that would replicate this life in many ways.  I look forward to reading and discussing with others in this group!
Comment by Pavlor on December 22, 2010 at 11:08am
Do you have papers/articles you could post up, Susan?
Comment by Susan Stoddard on December 20, 2010 at 5:25pm

Academia is slow and grinding but produces results.  Have been working with a closeted pagan academic on lightening magic research.  He will be teaching a class on Greek and Roman magic at U of Missouri next year if anyone here would be interested in some of his readings and course materials.

Comment by Michael on July 26, 2010 at 6:41pm
So glad to find your group. I look forward to discussing the use of psychedelic's in ancient cultures. Particularly those that infused the Fly Agaric and Datura plant. Anyone wishing to discuss personal experience with these or others are most welcome to initiate a discussion. Blessed Be to all!!
Comment by Pixie Fables on July 13, 2010 at 3:18pm
OMG! I didn't know this group existed until now. Amazing! I love studying history, ethnographies and doing academic research. I'm looking forward to conversations. :)
Comment by Alexia Adder on June 21, 2010 at 10:43pm
Hi Chris. I don't know much Norse stuff, but I am always willing to learn! I am sure many here would too. (:
 

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