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What Is Paganism?
» Subscribe to NowThis World: http://go.nowth.is/World_Subscribe Thousands of forest fires are raging through Indonesia creating a toxic haze over Southeast Asia. So what is the cause behind these deadly fires? Learn More: Indonesia’s Fire Outbreaks Producing More Daily Emissions than Entire US Economy http://www.wri.org/blog/2015/10/indonesia%E2%80%99s-fire-outbreaks-producing-more-daily-emissions-entire-us-economy “According to estimates released this week by Guido van der Werf on the Global Fire Emissions Database, there have been nearly 100,000 active fire detections in Indonesia so far in 2015, which since September have generated emissions each day exceeding the average daily emissions from all U.S. economic activity.“ Indonesia’s fires have now razed more land than in the entire US state of New Jersey http://qz.com/538558/indonesias-fires-have-now-razed-more-land-than-in-the-entire-us-state-of-new-jersey/ “The fires in Indonesia that are creating hellish amounts of toxic smoke are also doing their job: clearing land.” Indonesia arrests seven company executives for illegal forest fires http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/sep/18/indonesia-arrests-seven-company-executives-for-illegal-forest-fires “Indonesian police arrested seven corporate executives on Wednesday in connection with illegal forest fires across Sumatra and Kalimantan, as part of a wide-ranging effort to stop the haze crisis.” Indonesia’s economy http://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/idn/ “The top exports of Indonesia are Coal Briquettes ($22.9B),Petroleum Gas ($17.4B), Palm Oil ($16.5B), Crude Petroleum($11.3B) and Rubber ($7.45B), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification.” _________________________ NowThis World is dedicated to bringing you topical explainers about the world around you. Each week we’ll be exploring current stories in international news, by examining the facts, providing historical context, and outlining the key players involved. We’ll also highlight powerful countries, ideologies, influential leaders, and ongoing global conflicts that are shaping the current landscape of the international community across the globe today. More from NowThis: » Subscribe to NowThis News: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe » Like NowThis World on Facebook: https://go.nowth.is/World_Facebook » Connect with Versha: Follow @versharma on Twitter – Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/LikeVersha http://www.youtube.com/nowthisworld
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The Secret World Of Pagan Death Rituals
I dive into the unknown world of paganism, celebrating with them Samhain, also known as the 'Day of the Dead'. What I want to know is are they really a satan worshiping cult? Or is there more that meets the eye? By Brittany Andonovski
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What Happens At A Pagan Ceremony?
Take a look at what happens in a modern Pagan ceremony, which is one of the fastest growing religions in Britain. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews and https://twitter.com/skynewsbreak Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews For more content go to http://news.sky.com and download our apps: iPad https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/Sky-News-for-iPad/id422583124 iPhone https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sky-news/id316391924?mt=8 Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bskyb.skynews.android&hl=en_GB
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Secret Pagan Rituals
Shé shares water with Oberon and Morning-Glory Ravenheart and they then commence a Scion ritual. For over 40years Shé D'Montford has been showing you how powerful you are - Please give back so that Shé can continue this work. https://www.patreon.com/SheDMontford http://www.shedmontford.com https://www.facebook.com/SheDMontford1
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Britain's Wicca Man (Pagan Witchcraft Religion Documentary) | Timeline
Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK Britain’s Wicca Man tells the extraordinary story of Britain's fastest growing religious group - Wicca - and of its creator, an eccentric Englishman called Gerald Gardner. Historian and leading expert in Pagan studies, Professor Ronald Hutton, explores the unlikely origins of modern pagan witchcraft and experiences first hand its growing influence throughout Britain today. Gardner’s story and the story of Wicca itself is a bizarre one. The film tells of a peculiar man who saw that the world was ready for a new religion based on magic, sex, nature and ritual - and gave it to us. Documentary first broadcast in 2011. Content licensed from DCD Rights. Produced by Matchlight.
Saturnalia: The Dark Origins of Christmas! (Pagan Rituals, Sacrifices & More)
What is up! Today we'll be covering Saturnalia! A tradition soaked in horror & blood spanning back thousands of years, that served as the origins for what we now know as Christmas! Enjoy! - Koi ★Subscribe to my Vlog Channel: https://Youtube.com/c/KoisQuest ★ ★MY EDUCATION SITE/SHOP: https://www.ShopAstral.com★ ★★KEEP UP WITH ME★★ ☯twitter: @koifresco ☯Instagram @koifresco ☯Snapchat @ KoiFresco Song: LuQus - Black & Blue (all rights belong to original owner) ☯☯ All footage/images in this video are used legally for criticism, commentary & education, and are protected by the Fair Use Law/Act, Section 107 of The USCL. https://www.copyright.gov/legislation.dmca.pdf ☯☯ ☯For Business Inquiries contact: [email protected]
Wiccan Full Moon Ritual
Wiccan Full Moon Esbat Ritual with the Temple of Astral Light. Held at Trinity Temple Metaphysical Church and Community Center on August 8, 2006.
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Indo-European Prayer and Ritual
How to pray like an Indo-European pagan. Where should you conduct prayers and rituals? What can you sacrifice at a blót and what libations can be poured? What should you say in a prayer and which god do you invoke? I answer these questions and explain the tripartite format of Indo-European prayer with reference to Sigrdrífumál and the cycle of reciprocal gift giving. I also show you what my shrine and idols look like and how I make an offering to them. This channel depends on your support: Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/survivethejive Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/survivethejive https://www.makersupport.com/SurviveTheJive FB: https://www.facebook.com/SurviveTheJive/ Music: Wolcensmen and Cefin Beorn
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Archaeology Proved Islam is Pagan in Origin and Rituals
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What Are the Wiccan Traditions? | Wicca
Watch more How to Understand Wicca videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513866-What-Are-the-Wiccan-Traditions-Wicca Hi, my name is Phyllis Curott and I'm a Wiccan priestess. I am a Wiccan priestess in the ara tradition. That's A-R-A. There are quite a number of Wiccan traditions now. They've developed over the course of the last 50 years. Most of them in the last 30 years. Personally I think you have to have been practicing for at least 20 years before you can call it a tradition. Although lots of people will read a book and practice for a couple of years and are very sincere when they call what they do a tradition. The Wiccan traditions that are have been practiced for a long time and that are fairly well known in addition to the gardenarian tradition which is the British tradition, and the Alexandrian, there's fairy Wicca which comes mostly from Victor Anderson on the west coast. The reclaiming tradition which is Star Hawk, who studied with Victor Anderson, which is a kind of Wiccan tradition. There's Celtic Wicca. There's the tradition of Ara, which I practice. Which is a Shamanic Wiccan tradition. It integrates core Shamanic practices. There are, I hesitate to start naming names because I'm going to give people out. Silver Ravenwolf has a Wiccan tradition. The Black Forest tradition. There are a lots of them now. And when you go looking for a teacher, what you want to do is find out how long they've been practicing. Who they learned from. The experience of people who are studying with them. And it's okay to sample. It didn't used to be. You were supposed to make a commitment and work with a group for a year and a day. I think these days nobody wants people to be sort of super market shopping, but you need to know what's out there because different paths talk to different people. Some are more formal. Some are more Native American. They have more of a Native American influence. Other's are more Shamanic. Core Shamanic which is universal Shamanic techniques. So you want to find the path that works for you. Someone more political reclaiming is very feminist. Although I'm also feminist, but reclaiming is very feminist and very political. So it's like shopping for a home. It's an extension of who you are. It's your path to really discovering the best parts of yourself. So it has to fit. It has to feel comfortable. It has to feel right. It's not like the patriarchal religions that proceeded it. That say that they have the one true path, the only path. We understand that there are as many paths as there are expressions of the sacred in the world. A forest is made up of, to be healthy, a forest is made up of many kinds of trees. So you have to find the one that's right for you. The one that gives you joy. Insight that challenges you. And that draws together a community of people with whom you have a feeling of kinship where you walk into a room and you feel like you know that feeling like you've met them before. It's a basis for trust. You need to trust the people that you're working with. So you want to know that they're experienced. You want to know that they've practiced for a long time. Humor, humility, tolerance, openness, generosity, compassion, and a sense of wonder. Those are the most important things. Those are the most important things. You find that and you find the folks that you're meant to work with. And it's perfectly fine to work alone. These days obviously, you know. The internet. It's all over. It's everywhere. You look until you find the thing that fits you.
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What Is Wiccan Ritual?
Wiccans perform ritual for the same reasons that Christians attend church. During our ritual we remove ourselves from the mundane and enter a higher vibration where our sacred selves can unite with The Goddess and God.
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How To Cast A Magick Circle For A Witchcraft Or Pagan Ritual
Join Lady Leeanna as she explains how to erect the temple, cast a magick circle and goes as far as doing one for you to see and for example to you. This video is on one of Lady Leeanna's best videos yet and is a must see for one who is embarking on a new path or even for The Pagan who has been around and wants anothers perspective. Please show your support to me and my hard work & we can also hopefully go commercial free and bring to you better content. Every little bit helps guys be it one dollar or more! Here are the the links you can use to do that with. Blessings my friends: Directly to PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/us/home The paypal name is: [email protected] Support us on Stream Labs: https://youtube.streamlabs.com/witchcraftwicca On Patreon in monthly payments at: https://www.patreon.com/EclecticSpirituality Our Website has a donation tab on the front page: http://www.mysticshadowinsights.com There you can donate a flat amount without recurring payments if you prefer Follow us on facebook Our pages are here for that: Page, https://www.facebook.com/PsychicLeeanna/ Page, https://www.facebook.com/EclecticSpiritualist/ On Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mysticshadow00 And on Twitter:https://twitter.com/Lady_Leeanna
Of Wreaths and Pagan Rituals: All About the Summer Solstice
While the summer solstice has tremendous astronomical significance attached to it, countries around the world also celebrate the solstice with various rituals. The Stonehenge in England is a very popular haunt on this day, with modern-day druids assembling in large numbers to celebrate what they consider ‘the most auspicious day’ of the year. In Latvia, the locals commemorate the day as Jāņi, where people travel into the countryside to eat, drink and revel in celebrations under the open-air. In Estonia, the day is marked as a change in the farming year. In Poland, people gather by the shore of lake Wisla in Krakow, and let wreaths flow in the water. Video: The Quint Music: BigBangFuzz For more videos, subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2aIcith Check out The Quint for more news: https://www.thequint.com To Stay Updated, Download The Quint App: Google Play Store: http://bit.ly/2doDlOo Apple App Store: http://apple.co/2d6qYnT Follow The Quint here: Facebook: http://bit.ly/1RXYIg5 Twitter: http://bit.ly/1tjFuxI Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Piyc18 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Also Follow The Quint in Hindi: https://hindi.thequint.com
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This clip explores the origins of Pagan practices in today's Christianity.
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Every Year, Men Turn Into Monsters for This Ancient Pagan Ritual | Short Film Showcase
Each year in Sardinia, Italy, men from the small village of Mamoiada don grotesque wooden masks and vests of black sheepskin. Stomping and grunting through the streets, they are weighed down by huge cowbells hung from their backs to scare away evil spirits. These hideous beasts are known as Mamuthones and they are part of an ancient tradition that has existed for thousands of years. Little is known about the origins of this pagan ritual, and its legacy continues to be shrouded in secrecy by the villagers. In this film from Andrea Pecora, get a rare look at the Mamuthones as they make their way through the village to usher in the spring. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More Short Film Showcase: http://bit.ly/ShortFilmShowcase About Short Film Showcase: The Short Film Showcase spotlights exceptional short videos created by filmmakers from around the web and selected by National Geographic editors. We look for work that affirms National Geographic's belief in the power of science, exploration, and storytelling to change the world. The filmmakers created the content presented, and the opinions expressed are their own, not those of National Geographic Partners. Know of a great short film that should be part of our Showcase? Email [email protected] to submit a video for consideration. See more from National Geographic's Short Film Showcase at http://documentary.com Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Follow filmmaker Andrea Pecora: http://www.andreapecora.it/ https://vimeo.com/user13718376 https://www.instagram.com/andrea.pecora/ Produced by Revolution Department: http://www.revolutiondept.com/ Learn more about the town of Mamoiada and the tradition of the Mamuthones. http://prolocomamoiada.it/ http://www.mamuthones.it/ About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Every Year, Men Turn Into Monsters for This Ancient Pagan Ritual | Short Film Showcase https://youtu.be/bsvRNEnzjEI National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Pagan Rituals & Beliefs In The 21st Century
Abrahamic Foundation monthly event held in the Smethwick area. Pagan Rituals & Beliefs In The 21st Century by Hafiz Ishaaq
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Russian/Eng/Nat Witches, wood goblins and mermaids may be the stuff of fairy tales, but deep in the heart of rural Russia - villagers still believe they exist. Even though many are ardent followers of the Russian Orthodox Church, their Christianity goes hand in hand with these pagan beliefs. Now a pair of academics, who want to preserve this culture - are organising teams of volunteers from the West to document traditions for posterity. Most Orthodox Christians regard the festival of the Kazan Mother of God Icon is considered a minor event. But 400 kilometres south west of Moscow, hundreds of believers flock to witness the unique celebrations in the tiny village of Snopot. Here Christian Orthodoxy has become inextricably woven into pagan ritual. The festival marks the day when - according to local tradition - an icon of the virgin Mary miraculously appeared from the river at Kazan. The people of Snopot believe that water blessed during the festival becomes holy and has the power to heal. The Church tried - unsuccessfully - to force villagers to abandon this superstition and now priests actually take part in the blessing. Even the Communists knew not to tamper with the villagers long-held beliefs. It's rituals like these that have attracted volunteers from the US-based organisation Earthwatch to observe and document village life in Snopot. For many it's a way to see the real Russia, rather than the standard coach tour of the capital. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I prefer to just see how people live. I don't really care for the tourist attractions. I want to be with the people, see how they live, their daily lives." SUPER CAPTION: Dennis Hink, Earthwatch volunteer SOUNDBITE: (English) "I certainly expected after 20, 40 years of a Cold War that there would be much anti- American feeling, and I felt absolutely none. The people are totally amazed that we have come so far to come visit them in their village. SUPER CAPTION: Susan Sitter, Earthwatch volunteer Far from the comforts of the West, the Earthwatch volunteers live with locals in their own homes. Zoyal Malenko's house is typical. With no running water or gas she and her sister Alexandra cook on an open fire stove. But it's not just their lifestyle that is a curiosity for the visitors but their pagan beliefs in mermaids, wood goblins and witches. Alexandra said she once saw a woman near their house whom she first thought was a neighbour but then discovered was really a witch. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "I went closer to it, and it rose up to its full height. Big. I thought my friend had put her sister on her shoulders and wanted to scare me. I said, "I'm not afraid" and went closer and it suddenly turned into a dog". SUPER CAPTION: Alexandra Khamak, Snopot Resident The rural idyll of Snopot provides the perfect backdrop for the volunteers to gather material about the folklore traditions of the region. With little migration from this area, customs and beliefs from the last thousand years have been well preserved. It provides rich pickings for Dr Yelena Minyonok and her husband Sergei from the Russian Academy of Sciences. They've organised the Earthwatch group to help them compile a video encyclopaedia of old folklore. SOUNDBITE: "It's like the spirit of Russia and Russia's young people aren't interested in old traditions and old songs and it's a pity because it's extremely interesting and it's our heritage. SUPER CAPTION: Dr Yelena Minyonok, folklore expert During the Kazan Mother of God Icon festival, the river of Snopot becomes as holy for villagers, as the Ganges is for Hindus. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fbf9acc7c6696dbf62b837bf8e07d33b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Christianity is Pagan
First, THERE A FEW ERRORS IN REGARDS TO THE VIDEO AND THE THEORY OF PAGANISM IN RELIGIONS SUCH AS ISLAM: 1. Prophet Mohammed was not born on Dec. 25 nor any of the pagan traditions associated with him. 2. Krishna birthdate is contested Horus never: 1. Raised the dead (it was Isis and Toth who raised her husband Osiris from the dead). 2. Cure the blind (it was him who was cured by Toth) 3. Made a bird out of clay 4. Cured lepers (not as far as I have read). So none of the Miracles of Jesus pbuh as mentioned in the Quran is shared with these pagan gods. This video describes a number of "SUN" gods in history (some before and some after the Jesus pbuh in Christianity). The video does a great job of showing how Christianity has evolved into a pagan like worship by incorporating Pagan rituals and beliefs The Pagan Moon God myth about Allah has been refuted: 1. http://www.answering-christianity.com/moongod1.htm 2. http://etori.tripod.com/moongod.html 3. "Allah" was the name of god in the Aramaic Bible (the language Jesus pbuh would have spoken): http://answering-christianity.com/allah3.htm Even today Arab Christians refer to god as ALLAH. The original Lie was told by "Dr." Robert Morrey who himself forged his doctorate degree: http://www.pakistanchristianpost.com/articledetails.php?artid=181 I have wayyyy more, please do not use the old "Muslims worship a moon god" story with me. This has nothing to do with: terrorism, Al, sin, Mary pbuh, Pedophile, myth, Israel, US, United States, Europe This has to do with: Allah, saviour, divinity, Quran, Bible, NT, OT, New Testament, Old, Kufir, Kufar
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Islam and Pagan Rituals: The Pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj)
http://www.answeringmuslims.com What is the Hajj? Prior to Islam, the Hajj was a pagan ritual, in which the pagans of Arabia would take a pilgrimage to Mecca in order to worship at the Kaaba. While there, they would walk around the Kaaba seven times (to show respect for their seven planetary deities). Now the Hajj is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.
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I Am Pagan
The number of Pagans in the UK has doubled in recent years, and you probably follow some Pagan traditions yourself without even realising it. Nick Taylor - a practising pagan himself - talks us through the eight Pagan festivals, their links to the natural year, and the influence they've had on many British traditions. For more films like this, go to TrueTube. http://www.truetube.co.uk/ Subscribe to TrueTube's channel! https://goo.gl/9heiko Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrueTube/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrueTube
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Daily rituals as a pagan witch; do I have magic powers?
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Celtic Paganism: Irish Polytheist Pagan Ritual & Sacrifice
We met at the Dead Folk Festival where we performed a midsummer ritual of St. Eoin's day. We made sacrifice to the gods, spirits and ancestors. Performing the best witchcraft, witches, druids, and folk alike blessed the space and the festival.
Paganism Documentary-The Pagan Path (trailer), with Rev. Devon Rachelle, Shaman Smith
Paganism Documentary--The Pagan Path is an educational documentary intended to dispel falsehoods about Neopaganism and Natural Magic, and to build community. Now available at AMAZON: http://amzn.to/1oVyTH8 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?... Twitter https://twitter.com/shamansmithla Produced by Shaman Smith
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Every pagan Ritual is Sunnah for Shias (Syiah)
Shias consider every pagan ritual as Sunnah and something that is desirable. From fire walking to worshipping upon the fire, from cutting heads and backs with sharp objects to smacking their heads with iron rods and wooden logs. Lighting candles, crawling, mud bathing wearing animal costume etc etc....all these things are permissible according to the shia cult because it is done in the name of their buried human gods. But when it comes to the Sunnah of the Prophet (saw) which he taught Muslims during the Month of Ramadhan (Qiyaamul-Lail aka Taraweeh), then this is considered as an evil BId'a which must be fought by all means. خزعبلات الشيعة خرافات الشيعة شركيات الشيعة عقائد الشيعة رافضة مجوس مضحك بدعة BId'ah Syiah Singapore Malaysia Indonesia
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[11.23] Hiding Pagan Rituals & Living Pagan Beliefs (Broom Closet Life)
I think that the easiest way to hide your Pagan Rites, Rituals, and Practices is to keep things simple, really embrace the nature aspects of your path. I also think that when the time comes to share your beliefs with others, the easiest way to do this is to live your beliefs in passionate ways. This week's topic: hey Cara an the pagan perspective "team" as a high school witch in a small town of Christians and the "wiccans" are the hard punk black goths. how do i let them understand im not evil. im out of the broom closet except for my parents because she excorcised me when i was nine (im fifteen now) because i saw a spirit and said i had demons but i found my path to be wicca. anything i can do to slowly show her who i am and if not. how can i hide rites and such. many blessing. thanks, ik u have already touched on it on ur personel channel but not in this way i think - Nathans Necessities [Broom Closet: Hosts Y3, W5; Hosts Y1, W4] ----- Personal Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/sweetgirl3313 Blog: http://www.EsotericMoment.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/EsotericMoment Instagram: http://instagram.com/esotericmoment/ Tumblr: http://esotericmoment.tumblr.com/ Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/33733698-danni Topics/FAQs: http://paganperspectivecollab.blogspot.com -----
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Shi ism Pagan Rituals
These Surreal Images Capture The Nightmarish Costumes Still Used In Pagan Rituals To This Day
Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com ►Facebook/Charles Fréger https://goo.gl/pwtLGU ************************************************************** Many of us have felt it. In our increasingly isolating world of technology and secularized urban living, something deep within seems to yearn for the rural, the natural, even the ceremonial. Scratch beneath the surface, and something primal is aching to get out. It’s an urge with which French photographer Charles Fréger is well acquainted. “I consider my way of taking portraits like bringing back a scalp; I go out hunting, and when I return home, I look at the trophy and see that my work is complete,” Fréger told arts blog Cargo Collective. It seems, then, that Fréger is perhaps more keen to tap into humanity’s primal past than most people. ************************************************************** ►You can support the channel: PATREON https://goo.gl/KtaKrp ►Image credits: Images: Facebook/Charles Fréger https://goo.gl/pwtLGU Images: Charles Fréger via Instagram/aminahorozic https://goo.gl/4u486C ►web: http://watchjojo.com ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg ► Follow Us On Google Plus: https://goo.gl/JYf9Rr ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/C5Rv92 ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/PZ2U1R ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com ►Article link: https://goo.gl/xspqrz #watchjojo
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Pagan Fire feat. The Dragon Ritual Drummers
A journey into the experience of the Pagan Festival Bonfire, featuring the musical piece "Zulu Dawn" by the Dragon Ritual Drummers
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My full moon ritual
In this video, I share my personal full moon ritual. Everyone does rituals and spells differently, so if you feel uncomfortable with the way I do things, that's totally okay! Do what you feel fits in your personal practice. :) If you'd like to use this ritual for yourself and change it up, feel free! Here's the link to my new moon ritual if you'd like to see how I preform those! https://youtu.be/WQYlqmwhw3M I hope you guys enjoy! :) ------------------------------------------------------ Since this video was published, I've rebranded under a new name; The following are my current social media accounts & links! Follow me on social media! Facebook | https://www.Facebook.com/arielwillow6 Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/starryariel Periscope | https://www.pscp.tv/arielwillow Tumblr | https://www.arielwillow.tumblr.com Twitter | @ArielWillow6 Snapchat | ArielWillow6 Busker | ArielWillow ------------------------------------------------------ More links! Ariel's website | www.arielwillow.com Etsy shop | https://www.SeaSandandWillow.Etsy.com/ Business inquires | https://goo.gl/UQuBSK Channel Pages profile for collaboration inquires | https://channelpages.com/ariel-willow Book a reading | https://goo.gl/EWsv1m Love Donations | paypal.me/arielwickman Amazon Wish List | http://a.co/d3kEJif ------------------------------------------------------ Moon footage courtesy of Orangehd on Videezy.com! https://www.videezy.com/time-lapse/2347-moon-through-branches-free-footage Music used: "Terminal D" by Silent Partner and "Retreat" by Jason Farnham All music in this video is courtesy of the artists and YouTube Audio Library ------------------------------------------------------ All opinions are my own. I am in no way affiliated with the companies mentioned, unless stated otherwise. I was not paid for any products, nor sent any products mentioned in this video unless otherwise mentioned. ------------------------------------------------------ Hi, welcome to my channel! My name is Ariel Wickman and I'm a lifestyle vlogger and psychic intuitive here on YouTube. I create vlogs, altar redecorating videos and other fun videos that are slightly inclined towards people interested in the metaphysical (as I'm a psychic intuitive and starseed)! I hope you enjoy my videos; if you do, please support my channel by clicking the 'thumbs up' icon and sharing with your friends! -Ariel
Views: 26235 Ariel Willow
How to Perform a Basic Wiccan Ritual
Wicca is a form of religion and practice in which magical skills and the use of supernatural elements are performed and exercised. The problem with Wiccan Rituals is the way in which they are being performed. A poorly done Wiccan Ritual can make one susceptible to malediction and curses. To prevent this negativity in one's life, Wiccan Rituals must be conducted in a particular approach by following a few crucial steps. It is necessary to have knowledge of these steps to steer clear of negative forces and to attain the positive attributes that follow a Wiccan Ritual. When performing a Wiccan Ritual, there is an expected ultimate outcome. This ultimate outcome heavily depends on the context in which Wicca is being used. If executed correctly, the desired outcome should be successfully attained and all the power of the elements is ones to command. A poor performance when using Wicca leads to the hidden traps that come with Wiccan Rituals. Avoiding control over supernatural forces and refraining from sending out negative energies can provide a more positive outcome. The end results of a Wiccan Ritual can heal, align one’s self with a deeper truth and demonstrate ones power to affect their own lives. In essence, the outcomes of Wicca have the prospective to provide a better life. The first step in conducting a Wiccan Ritual is to determine which ritual will be performed. Planning is essential when considering performing the ritual with more than one person. It is important to have a detailed idea of who will be calling which corners and who will be leading the ritual. Gathering any books or essentials ahead of time will avoid any disruption that could potentially unsettle the energy build-up. Decide in which specific phase of the moon the ritual will be performed. The second step is cleansing. It is crucial to prepare the space and set up any necessary herbs or tools in which the ritual will be executed. The area should be entirely spick and span, but most importantly clean. Spiritual purification and cleansing supplies such as salt water and incenses are a beneficial use when performing Wicca. Alongside cleansing the area of use, one must not only purify the space, but purify themselves. Taking a bath and anointing oneself with the use of essential oils and aromatic extracts is a necessary step before carrying out a Wiccan Ritual. After cleansing, one must dress appropriately and with reverence. The following step is to begin grounding oneself. It is crucial to let one become mentally and spiritually at peace by shutting out all negativity and distractions from their lives. Meditation, symbolic drawing and other forms of art help to focus and prepare the mind for rituals. Recitation of verses from the ritual is helpful in improving awareness and memorization. A fundamental step when conducting a Wiccan Ritual is to invoke and recognize the deity or deities according to ones beliefs. Verbally call on a higher power to venerate the ritual that will be casted. This invocation can include singing, dancing and the lighting of candles. After honoring ones god, gather anyone who will be performing the ritual and cast the circle by creating a sacred space. Draw a five-pointed pentacle spacious enough to sit around. Summon the four elements to be present and begin calling them out by first indicating the direction; clockwise, starting at East. The next step is to chant the ritual and cast the spell. Visualize the spell and strongly reflect on it. It is vital to speak clearly and confidently. Afterwards, the ritual is sealed with the respect and thanks to one’s deity or deities. If desired, one can burn a paper with the ritual written on it or toss away a symbolic stone. When finished, it is required to clear the space and find time to center oneself. Wicca is a simple approach to perform when done thoroughly. Following these key steps is a pathway to fulfilling the outcome of a Wiccan Ritual of which one desires. Planning, cleansing and grounding oneself are the three most fundamental routines to follow before enacting a Wiccan Ritual. Having complete focus in the course of ones ritual and sealing it properly is beneficial when striving for desirable outcomes. Primarily, Wiccan Rituals have the possible potential to provide and contribute to the improvement of one's life when performed correctly.
Views: 21982 Diane Oliver
Modern Witchcraft and Pagan Spirituality
Witchcraft is a pagan religion. Pagan religions worship multiple deities rather than a single god. Paganism is one of the oldest religions and includes all religions that are not Christian, Muslim or Jewish, meaning Paganism includes the Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, Confucian and American Indian religions as well as all other nature-oriented religions. According to the 1998 Cambridge Fact Finder,Paganism accounts for 50 percent of all religions. The word "Pagan" actually stems from the Latin Pagini or Paganus, words meaning "hearth" or "home dweller" or, more simply, "country person" -- those labeled as Pagans were considered inferior to those living in cities. It didn't, however, mean those people were "bad." It wasn't until the 1450s that fear of witchcraft became more prevalent, and people began associating witchcraft and paganism with devil worship, evil hexes and spells. Today we share an in depth look at these often misunderstood spiritual practices. Listen to The justBernard Show Tuesday at 2PM ET at http://bernardalvarez.com/radio Royalty Free stock video from http://videoblocks.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Shamanic Frequencies - Gwilda Wiyaka and Bernard Alvarez (TJBS)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTVsov_GbwA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 149296 Bernard Alvarez
Naturalistic Pagan Ritual: Cosmos/Goddess, Earth, and Ancestors
Ritual is central to most Pagan practices, and mine is no different. It was ritual that drew me in at the age of fourteen, and again at the age of twenty two. My rituals incorporate three main elements or sections: the Cosmos/Goddess, the earth, and ancestors. For me, human ancestors and deities go hand in hand, and together they represent the human psyche and the self. I mention a blog post by Rua Lupa: http://nature.pagannewswirecollective.com/2013/10/08/community-connections-ritual-ceremony-of-a-naturalistic-saegoah-part-1-of-3-why-i-do-ritual-and-ceremony/ A post on my blog about my ritual outline: http://spinningofthewheel.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/the-shape-of-the-ritual/ Get exclusive monthly articles on connecting to your heart story: http://eepurl.com/R0uhL Website: http://heartstory.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/YourHeartStory Twitter: @YourHeartStory
Views: 2523 Áine Órga
Pagan Rites of Passage
If you're a regular viewer please DON'T try to become a Patreon supporter for as little as $1 per video because they are of course free for me to make, and I don't even have a Patreon account. I have NO EXPENSES when I make these videos. I only invest my time in them, and my love for my heritage of course. And I do so with pleasure. Trying to save our heritage is my objective, not to make money by pretending to do so. If you want to support me some way, you can (and get something in return when you do) by buying my pro-European books from here: https://www.amazon.com/Varg-Vikernes/e/B00IVZ2KPO/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1
Views: 26858 ThuleanPerspective
Women and Spirituality - Pagan Witch Ritual
A clip from the Women and Spirituality trilogy from Alive Mind Media. Buy the DVD at http://www.womenandspirituality.net.
Views: 101723 AliveMind
Pagan rituals
Saturday 28th August finnish pagans light up bon-fires on high places to warn people from enemy.
Views: 1604 AllMarino
Midsummer Rituals || The wiccan Holidays Part 5 Litha, Enchanted Endeavours Ep. 11
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoUbV6VYS1RKV68HehPsUSaXazNvZDMub Hey everyone hows it going! hope you enjoy this video, and had/having an amazing Litha! hope you're all having a wonderful day and please let me know what you think about the vlog idea for the sabbats! lots of love xoxoxo INSTAGRAM: PEACHYCINNAMON SNAPCHAT: HARMONYSUXX MUSIC: Alvy - Alchimie, Pt. 2 [Majestic Color] Tonton - Bon Voyage [Majestic Color] https://www.youtube.com/user/majesticcasual
Views: 79774 Harmony Nice
Pagan Last Rights Ritual
In this video I show how Catholics prepare someone for death.
Views: 2140 husky394xp
History of Halloween: Pagan or Christian?
Halloween was not always a holiday of candy, costumes, and parties. Its history stretches back almost two thousand years. But what is this history? And what extent can we call Halloween a Christian holiday...if at all? Patreon: www.patreon.com/religionforbreakfast Twitter: @andrewmarkhenry Facebook: www.facebook.com/religionforbreakfast Blog: www.religionforbreakfast.com Thanks to our Patrons on Patreon!!: Brian B. Daniel D. Kalei W. Alex B. Mark H. Alice C. Wilson Cain D. Bibliography and image credits: Rogers, Nicholas. Halloween: From Pagan Ritual to Party Night, 2002. Santino, Jack. Halloween and Other Festivals of Death and Life, 1994. Souling picture: https://archive.org/details/cheshiresheafbe01browgoog Oengusso calendar: https://ia802604.us.archive.org/10/items/martyrologyofoen29oenguoft/martyrologyofoen29oenguoft.pdf Halloween Frolics painting: http://artuk.org/discover/artworks/halloween-frolics-189976 Guy Fawkes Effigy pic: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:November_Effigies_(6833391028).jpg Most other images came from Stephen Reid. An artist from the early 20th century who specialized in paintings of Celtic mythology.
Views: 41710 ReligionForBreakfast
Pagan Practices, American Christian Holidays & the End Times
Are we supposed to worship God in the way/s the pagans did? Can we take a pagan holiday and make it 'christian'? Lets look at some history, the bible and what the enemy is doing to lead people astray. Search the scriptures and follow His sound doctrine. :D Steve
Views: 33534 Steve Wilson
Pagan Wedding Ceremony - Ariadne and Erick 4-23-15
An outdoor wedding on a mellow April Evening.
Views: 27533 Mystical House Media
A Wiccan Samhain Ritual
Views: 15158 Elena Boffetta
The Unwrapping of Christmas: Its History, Myths, and Pagan Traditions
Viewer discretion is advised... http://www.jeremiahfilms.com/store/unwrapping-of-christmas.html This exciting video explores the history of many traditions surrounding the Christmas holiday and examines their connections to paganism. Viewers will discover the real story of Christmas and be challenged to take advantage of "the holiday season" to proclaim the truth. Find out the truth about: why we decorate the Christmas tree, put up lights around the house, Santa Claus and his magical reindeer Was December 25th really Jesus's birthday? Discover answers to these and much, much more...
Views: 26907 The Time Of The End
Easter ~ The Pagan Ritual
Just keep up with the pagan rituals and see where it gets you.
Views: 661 MrPurpleTie
The viking pagan Asatru ritual in Russia.
Russian Asatru community. Trothborg, Ragnar, Skidbladnir. Blót. 2016 The pagan rite in Russia.
Views: 4806 Dark Cutter
Wiccan Funeral Ritual
A ritual for a Wicaan Funeral
Views: 748 NightWillowCrafts
Are many practices and traditions in Christianity actually pagan in origin?
Answer: In their 2008 book Pagan Christianity, authors Frank Viola and George Barna present the surprising origins of many of the practices commonly found in churches today. The authors claim that many common church practices / traditions actually have their roots in paganism (non-Christian religions), not in the Bible. But is it accurate to claim that the practices of modern Christianity are pagan? Is what typically occurs in a church supported by what the Bible teaches about the church? Many Christians recognize that some pagan ideas and practices have infiltrated the Christian church. Sadly, much of what Jesus Christ abolished by His death and resurrection, the early Christians re-established. Jesus' sacrifice fulfilled God's requirements, ending the need for any further sacrifices (Hebrews 7:27; 10:10; 1 Peter 3:18). The early church, due to pagan influences, warped the celebration of the Lord's Supper into a re-sacrifice / re-offering of Christ's once-for-all sacrifice. Jesus' perfect sacrifice abolished the need of a formal priesthood (Hebrews 10:12-14), creating instead a "kingdom of priests" (Revelation 1:6; 5:10). The early church, again influenced by paganism, re-established a priesthood that added a barrier between the "ordinary" believer and God (1 Timothy 2:5; Hebrews 9:15). These are just two of many possible examples. Most Christians wholeheartedly agree that beliefs / practices such as these need to be rejected and the biblical truth upheld. It is undeniable that pagan ideas and practices have crept their way into the Christian church. To varying degrees, every church has practices that are not completely based in Scripture, either in the practice itself or in the understanding of the practice. But again, this does not mean these practices are pagan or wrong. Churches would do well to continually re-evaluate their methods and motivations, to make sure they are biblically solid. While no church practice should contradict Scripture, a church practice does not have to be explicitly biblical to be a viable choice. Nor does a practice not being taught in the Bible make it pagan. A practice having a pagan origin does not necessarily make it unbiblical. The key to avoiding "pagan Christianity" is comparing every belief and practice with Scripture and removing anything that contradicts what the Bible prescribes for the church. For those issues on which the Bible is silent, the church leadership should prayerfully consider whether or not to continue them. For other issues raised by Pagan Christianity, please read the following articles: http://www.gotquestions.org/dress-up-church.html http://www.gotquestions.org/tithing-Christian.html http://www.gotquestions.org/pastors-paid-salary.html http://www.gotquestions.org/Christian-baptism.html http://www.gotquestions.org/communion-Christian.html
Views: 7331 Edward G. AZEEZI
YT Pagan Challenge Week 19: Druid Group Rituals
#YTpaganChallenge Week 19: I'm John the Verbose near Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am a druid of Reformed Druidism doing ritual druidry with my fellow druids... the Neo-Pagan variety, not the gaming kind. DISCLAIMER: I am John the Verbose, and I am a druid in the Reformed Druids of North America. I do not speak on behalf of all druids, nor do I speak on behalf of the Reformed Druids; druidism is highly subjective and these views are my own interpretations. To do this challenge, see details at the YOUTUBE PAGANS Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/ytpagans More on Reformed Druidcraft: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reformed_Druids_of_North_America My Tumblr: http://minnesotadruids.tumblr.com/
Views: 692 John The Verbose
Cauldron Fire for Ritual & Spellwork | John The Pagan
How to make a contained cauldron fire with epsom salts and Isopropyl alcohol for ritual, purification, burning sigils and other spells. ***Open Me For More Information!*** ▶Purchase DoTerra Essential Oils: http://mydoterra.com/johnfcarroll ...And how to clean up afterward! ***Always use fire safety!*** ***Opening Theme by Chris Barr*** #JohnthePagan
Views: 2075 John the Pagan
Celtic pagan beliefs
A brief review of what I will be covering in future videos. This channel will cover the celtic belief system prior to the incoming of Christianity. The purpose of these videos is to discuss varying aspects of celtic belief with others. I take it that anyone who finds these videos will be interested in the subject manner in some way. I will enjoy hearing from those who wish to contribute to the conversation.
Views: 16974 Scott

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