Nature takes its course

Nature takes its course

There are 24 comments on the story from Mar 19, 2009, titled Nature takes its course. In it, reports that:

This is a portrait of T.J. and Cindy Laffan portraying the Oak King and the Holy King during the Covenant of Brighid's Haven's celebration of the Vernal Equinox on March 18 at the Universalist Unitarian Church.

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Danville, KY

#25 Mar 23, 2009
The Real Lori wrote: =EKN4rMo5a6MXX
Why is it that Pagans never seem to be doing this kind of thing?!? Oh yeah...we're not nuts, well not THAT nuts anyway.
)o( Blessed Be!~ Whillow

United States

#26 Mar 23, 2009
Never met people who could hate as much as Christians. I suspect it's common failing among the "Critters of the Book". Love comes out one side of their mouth, back of the hand out the other. Considering all the witch executions, the crusades, and all the rest of that, probably the back of the hand is the best you can hope for.

Never been struck by a pagan. Never had one get in my face about my belief system. Never had one tell me my open mind was open to hate. Never had one tell me I had to cover any particular part of my body, eat or not eat this or that (though they seem to have personal dietary practices), never had one tell me what medications or medical procedures I could or couldn't have, never had one tell me I was going to die and go to eternal agony. I don't know, stacked up against the christians I've met, the pagans come off pretty well.

Sugar Land, TX

#27 Mar 23, 2009
MCR wrote:
Good article. People fear what they don't understand. Wonder how many know that much of the Catholic religion has been influenced by Paganism.
You are so right about your observation, but keep in mind that the Catholic Religion is all that, rules, traditions, worshipping Mary instead of Jesus and even praying to her, because when the church was formed in Rome, Goddess' were the in-thing, so that's how they converted so many, Martin Luther saw the obvious wrongs of that church, and Thank God for Protestants - they are allowed to read the Bible (Best Information Before Leaving Earth) and worship accordingly.

“christianity has pagan dna”

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Brisbane, Australia

#28 Mar 23, 2009
I don't know where this saying came from but it fits so nicely..."christianity has pagan dna"

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