Paganism, part 3: the wheel of the year
The idea there is a 'wheel' of dates on which pagans hold rituals may be artificial, but it provides a vital link to the natural world Most contemporary pagan practice, throughout the UK, US and the antipodes, is based around the central concept of the wheel of the year.
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Since: Jul 09
#1 Jul 29, 2013
A good article in my opinion.
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