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Author Topic: Eclecticism~ strictly for pagans?  (Read 5929 times)
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« Reply #3: May 25, 2007, 02:29:43 am »

Well that's the way i feel about it too, its just Eclecticism seems to be a Pagan movement, I mean just check out any search on the net with the words "eclectic" and "religion", the vast majority mention "Pagan" in either the site name, url, or description.

Perhaps because many Pagans ARE eclectic? I don't know.

What I DO know is why march to the beat of everybody else's drum when you can march to the beat of your own?  It probably sounds better anyway because you control the sounds, tempos and rhythm of it.  Wink Smiley
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