Pagans for Spiritual Freedom & Tolerance


Pagans for Spiritual Freedom & Tolerance

"I believe in all Pathes to God" For those who feel that religious and spiritual freedom and tolerance should be a right not a privledge. A place where, one person at a time we can effect change.

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Latest Activity: Sep 1, 2018

Greetings to you all, and welcome to Pagans for Spiritual Freedom and Tolerance.
As some of you know from the thread I opened, and closed :>, I have been in contact with a local Mosque, today I am going to meet the Imam, visit the Mosque, see the school and witness paryers.
I have been very excited by the opprotunity to see for myself what Islam is. I am also heartend by the feeling of openness I have gotten from the Imam and the possibility of friendship.
I have come to see, from some of the responses in my thread, and others, that there is a need for understanding and tolerance, not just in the world at large, but within the pagan community. I have come to feel that my visit, hopefully, will be the first of many visits in the spirit of freedom and tolerance of all faiths, not just Pagan and Islam.
I am sickened by the viloence, the hatred and pain that is heaped on the faiths outside of Christianity, and I am also struck by the arrogance of some Christian belivers that denounce the validity of any faith that is not based in the Abrahamic teachings.
I think it is time we stop fearing what we don't understand and begin taking the time to find understanding.
Peace Be Upon You

Discussion Forum

Hindu's forced to Convert by Christians

Started by BlackRaven. Last reply by Jehros Kiyoshi Dec 6, 2010. 23 Replies

I'm posting this here because of what this group represents, spiritual freedom and tolerance. Here's the link, which I'm hoping will show up, for one that I found very upsetting, Christians forcing…Continue

the coin of hatred and intollerance

Started by llunaticraven Nov 29, 2010. 0 Replies

After the Thanksgiving holiday we found out about a foiled bomb plot here, pac nw, what struck me was that I saw a news bit on tv about a young mom and her son who were there in Portland the day the…Continue

Further research and reading

Started by llunaticraven. Last reply by RL Oct 19, 2010. 5 Replies

I am listing here links for other faiths, from what I have read here these give a basic idea of what the faith, sect within a faith, believes.I had no idea that there were so many differeing paths…Continue

My visit to the Farooq Mosque

Started by llunaticraven. Last reply by llunaticraven Oct 19, 2010. 8 Replies

The first thing that struck me was the building, added on to the original building is a representation of the Dome of the Rock and a minerett, the dome is mosaic'd in deep blue glass, there is a real…Continue

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Comment by Amber Lynn on January 6, 2013 at 4:46pm

Merry Meet! My name is Amber. I've recently decided to practice the Native American ways. I believe that nature is the higher power. Mother Earth should be respected along with everything else She created alone.

Comment by Chrysalis EarthSoul on March 29, 2011 at 10:23pm
Greetings everyone!  My name is Chrysalis and I am with the Tribe of Gaea.  Looking forward to getting more involved in this group as Religious Tolerance is a very important issue.  I'm a Unitarian Universalist Pagan, and I enjoy speaking with others who have different spiritual paths.  I look forward to reading and posting more!
Comment by Wolf Woodwytch on March 29, 2011 at 1:08pm
Well put Raven...!
Comment by Raven on March 29, 2011 at 11:55am
Spirituality is the glove that fits each hand in a different way.  Religion is a prefabricated glove you might find at your local clothing store that always says one size fits all, yet never feels quite right.
Comment by llunaticraven on March 15, 2011 at 10:31pm

Hello to all, I'm sorry that I have'nt been here in a while, a long while my page greetng was still wishing everyone a Merry Yule, How bad is that?

There has been a lot in the news of late, bad behavior on all sides, what I think we need to remember is that there are those who believe too much, the true believerin all faiths, and the act of one man or group of men does not represent a faith or the people that follow that faith.

Have a wonderful spring everyone, this is the start to my busy season, I may be absent from time to time, but I hope that all of you will continue to share thoughts, articles, and events from your neck of the woods.



Comment by Wolf Woodwytch on November 24, 2010 at 8:29pm
There is No Religion Higher than Truth...
Comment by Jennie Lee on November 24, 2010 at 6:58pm
I Believe in Everything except for nothing
Comment by Joshua Ali on November 23, 2010 at 4:46am
I agree with Raven
Comment by Raven on November 6, 2010 at 6:21am
Only when we can achieve tolerance and acceptance of all religions will we have true freedom of religion.
Comment by llunaticraven on October 21, 2010 at 1:55pm
Many welcomes to the new members, AO thanks for the poem(?), at least I read it as a poem, I like the bit about flowers, they always make me smile.
I am so glad to see the response group, thank you all.

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