Thinking Slow: Neopaganism is the Problem | Alistair Williams

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Alistair Williams and Alex Kreil from discuss the controlling powers in the world and the degradation in the human character.

Bare with the echo audio issue, it gets better.


Neopaganism, also known as modern paganism, is a diverse religious movement influenced by pre-Christian beliefs of Europe and adjacent areas. It encompasses various forms of New Age belief, Wicca, versions of Greek and Roman polytheism, and Celtic druidism. Neopagan practices emphasise the relationship between humans and nature, and many practitioners believe in the interconnectedness of all living things. The movement is characterised by its rejection of dogma in favour of relativism and individualised spirituality. Neopaganism is not a unified , and its practitioners hold a wide range of beliefs and practices. Some groups are more socially conservative, while others are more progressive, particularly on issues of gender and sexuality. The movement is known for its emphasis on nature, the rejection of creeds, and the belief in the interconnectedness of all living things. Neopagans are eclectic and non-traditional, seeking life-affirming symbols and teachings from both modern and ancient religious traditions.

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