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Author Topic: For "Hellenic Pagans"  (Read 16413 times)
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« Reply #10: January 30, 2010, 07:12:29 am »

That probably depends on how you're using the word "Hellenic".  Obviously it implies some connection to Greece, and I think if my religious practice didn't have some ties to historical Greek religious ties I'd personally find another descriptor to use.  That isn't to say someone else might not simply use it to indicate that they're following/working with/etc. the Greek gods without meaning to say anything about the specific practices they're using.

I'd guess that I am Eclectic, a Neopagan and a Hellenic-I work with/worship a couple of Greek Deities, but I also work with others from different Pantheons and I am primarily a Witch, which for me involves working with Mother Nature and Father Universe.

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