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« Reply #30: September 30, 2010, 10:25:00 pm »

Riiiiiight. Because the broad term Wicca is totally a Celtic religion Roll Eyes Sounds like those people were a little closed-minded.

I know plenty of Wiccans and Wiccish people who love Egypt, particularly Isis and Osiris. The gods look for certain folks, and folks look for certain gods. Even if someone were a practicing, say, Asatruar, that doesn't mean that outside the practice of Asatru, they can't ever pray to a non-Norse deity.

I would say, major. They made fun of everything that I did and put me down. Now I'm an adult and I can handle things but when you start acting like a seven-year-old you don't get my respect. I might have to start at the beginning but I still have the experience to work with the gods and have a wonderful relationship.
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« Reply #31: October 01, 2010, 07:06:03 am »

Sorry, I just couldn't figure out which part of the message that I wanted to quote so I decided not to quote. I'll do better next time.

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« Reply #32: October 01, 2010, 10:18:26 am »

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