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« Reply #45: May 10, 2011, 12:38:43 am »


It's an interesting quiz but honestly I don't think there are enough questions to create a really reliable end answer. Mine wasn't very accurate at all. Still, it's fun.
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« Reply #46: May 10, 2011, 08:25:20 pm »


 #1 is:   Mesopotamian Pagan Tradition       
 #2 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition       
#3  is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition       
#4 is:   Finnish Paganism       
 #5 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition       
 #6 is:   Satanism Pagan Tradition       
#7 is:   Stregha Pagan Tradition       
 #8 is:   Thelema Pagan Tradition       
#9 is:   Traditional Wicca Pagan Tradition       
 #10 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition       
 #11 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition       
 #12 is:   Norse Wicca Pagan Tradition       
#13 is:   Numinism Pagan Tradition       
#14 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition       
#15 is:   Discordianism Pagan Tradition       
 #16 is:   Egyptian Pagan Tradition       
#17 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition       
 #18 is:   Traditional Witchcraft Pagan Tradition       
#19 is:   Minoan Pagan Tradition       
 #20 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition       
 #21 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition       
#22 is:   Dianic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
#23 is:   Eclectic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
 #24 is:   Celtic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
#25 is:   Christo-Pagan

Well, I do have a fascination with Mesopotamian religion (would have studied Sumerian if they had offered that course in university. I actually didn't expect that any form of Heathenry would be that high lol.   
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« Reply #47: May 10, 2011, 11:43:07 pm »


My #1 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition      
My #2 is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition      
My #3 is:   Finnish Paganism
My #4 is:   Mesopotamian Pagan Tradition      
My #5 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition      
My #6 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition      
My #7 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition      
My #8 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition      
My #9 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition      
My #10 is:   Numinism Pagan Tradition   
My #11 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition      
My #12 is:   Minoan Pagan Tradition      
My #13 is:   Traditional Witchcraft Pagan Tradition      
My #14 is:   Egyptian Pagan Tradition      
My #15 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition      
My #16 is:   Traditional Wicca Pagan Tradition      
My #17 is:   Discordianism Pagan Tradition      
My #18 is:   Stregha Pagan Tradition      
My #19 is:   Satanism Pagan Tradition      
My #20 is:   Thelema Pagan Tradition      
My #21 is:   Celtic Wicca Pagan Tradition      
My #22 is:   Norse Wicca Pagan Tradition      
My #23 is:   Christo-Pagan      
My #24 is:   Dianic Wicca Pagan Tradition      
My #25 is:   Eclectic Wicca Pagan Tradition   

Never been that interested in Hellenic stuff, although I have recently become slightly interested in Finnish paganism.
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« Reply #48: May 27, 2011, 04:21:18 am »

I predicted Hellenic because I liked Hercules and Xena as a kid (lol, but really). Well, I was only one off!


   My #1 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition      
   My #2 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition      
   My #3 is:   Numinism Pagan Tradition      
   My #4 is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition  
   My #5 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition      
   My #6 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition      
   My #7 is:   Finnish Paganism      
   My #8 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition      
   My #9 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition      
   My #10 is:   Mesopotamian Pagan Tradition      
   My #11 is:   Minoan Pagan Tradition      
   My #12 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition      
   My #13 is:   Traditional Witchcraft Pagan Tradition      
   My #14 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition      
   My #15 is:   Satanism Pagan Tradition      
   My #16 is:   Egyptian Pagan Tradition      
   My #17 is:   Stregha Pagan Tradition      
   My #18 is:   Thelema Pagan Tradition      
   My #19 is:   Traditional Wicca Pagan Tradition      
   My #20 is:   Discordianism Pagan Tradition      
   My #21 is:   Norse Wicca Pagan Tradition      
   My #22 is:   Christo-Pagan      
   My #23 is:   Celtic Wicca Pagan Tradition      
   My #24 is:   Eclectic Wicca Pagan Tradition      
   My #25 is:   Dianic Wicca Pagan Tradition  
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« Reply #49: May 27, 2011, 08:51:41 am »

My #1 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition       
My #2 is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition       
My #3 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition       
My #4 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition       
My #5 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition       
My #6 is:   Stregha Pagan Tradition       
My #7 is:   Finnish Paganism       
My #8 is:   Minoan Pagan Tradition       
My #9 is:   Numinism Pagan Tradition       
My #10 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition       
My #11 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition       
My #12 is:   Norse Wicca Pagan Tradition       
My #13 is:   Traditional Witchcraft Pagan Tradition       
My #14 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition       
My #15 is:   Celtic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
My #16 is:   Christo-Pagan       
My #17 is:   Thelema Pagan Tradition       
My #18 is:   Discordianism Pagan Tradition       
My #19 is:   Eclectic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
My #20 is:   Mesopotamian Pagan Tradition       
My #21 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition       
My #22 is:   Satanism Pagan Tradition       
My #23 is:   Traditional Wicca Pagan Tradition       
My #24 is:   Egyptian Pagan Tradition       
My #25 is:   Dianic Wicca Pagan Tradition   
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« Reply #50: May 28, 2011, 07:20:38 pm »

http://www.selectsmart.com/FREE/select.php?client=pagantraditions

My results are as follows:


   My #1 is:   Finnish Paganism         
   My #2 is:   Old English Heathenry       
   My #3 is:   Slavic        
   My #4 is:   Hellenic        
   My #5 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist       
   My #6 is:   Druidry    
   My #7 is:   Romuva    
   My #8 is:   Egyptian        
   My #9 is:   Traditional Witchcraft        
   My #10 is:   Vedic    
   My #11 is:   Mesopotamian    
   My #12 is:   Numinism        
   My #13 is:   Asatru       
   My #14 is:   Minoan    
   My #15 is:   Religio Romana       
   My #16 is:   Stregha    
   My #17 is:   Satanism    
   My #18 is:   Discordianism    
   My #19 is:   Norse Wicca    
   My #20 is:   Traditional Wicca        
   My #21 is:   Thelema    
   My #22 is:   Christo-Pagan    
   My #23 is:   Eclectic Wicca        
   My #24 is:   Celtic Wicca    
   My #25 is:   Dianic Wicca    

I'm thrilled that English Heathenry scored so high.

I've only got one question: what the heck is 'Norse Wicca'?

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« Reply #51: May 28, 2011, 09:03:01 pm »

I've only got one question: what the heck is 'Norse Wicca'?

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D.J. Conway style wicca Anaise?

I got Vedic pagan... maybe I should be a Hindu? Itd be great if that was a new trend. Everyone could chase after Kali instead of the Morrigan....



Then there'd be less crows going around with drafty bare bottoms because of plucky pagan devotees Tongue

   My #1 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #2 is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #3 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #4 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #5 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #6 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #7 is:   Finnish Paganism       
   
   My #8 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #9 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #10 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition   
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« Reply #52: May 31, 2011, 08:58:02 am »

D.J. Conway style wicca Anaise?

I got Vedic pagan... maybe I should be a Hindu? Itd be great if that was a new trend. Everyone could chase after Kali instead of the Morrigan....



Then there'd be less crows going around with drafty bare bottoms because of plucky pagan devotees Tongue

   My #1 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #2 is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #3 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #4 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #5 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #6 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #7 is:   Finnish Paganism       
   
   My #8 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #9 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition       
   
   My #10 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition 

Well apparantly I don't have to worry as my top three are Egyptian Pagan Tradition  ,Mesopotmian and Numinism.  Still, I think it might be very amusing for people to incorporate Kali. Until she gets pissed off  Grin. I'm afraid I can get quite passive-aggresive at people that take 'surface' attributes of deities - you know - the warm and snuggly side and try to ignore the 'paying the piper' bit.

Have to go now and get those skiving workers working on my pyramid.

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« Reply #53: June 02, 2011, 02:24:52 pm »


These were my results:

   My #1 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition       
   My #2 is:   Finnish Paganism       
   My #3 is:   Minoan Pagan Tradition       
   My #4 is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition       
   My #5 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition       
   My #6 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition       
   My #7 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition       
   My #8 is:   Traditional Witchcraft Pagan Tradition       
   My #9 is:   Norse Wicca Pagan Tradition       
   My #10 is:   Numinism Pagan Tradition       
   My #11 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition       
   My #12 is:   Celtic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
   My #13 is:   Egyptian Pagan Tradition       
   My #14 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition       
   My #15 is:   Eclectic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
   My #16 is:   Mesopotamian Pagan Tradition       
   My #17 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition       
   My #18 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition       
   My #19 is:   Satanism Pagan Tradition       
   My #20 is:   Stregha Pagan Tradition       
   My #21 is:   Christo-Pagan       
   My #22 is:   Dianic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
   My #23 is:   Thelema Pagan Tradition       
   My #24 is:   Discordianism Pagan Tradition       
   My #25 is:   Traditional Wicca Pagan Tradition       

I'm not so sure I agree with much of my results. The Hellenic isn't that bad, but I never really got into practicing it. And I've never been attracted to finnish paganism either. It's an ok quiz to pass a little bit of time though.
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« Reply #54: June 04, 2011, 12:14:51 am »


Here's mine, I matched the Hellenic Pagan Tradition 100% if anything this has given me a list of stuff to learn about.
 
My #1 is:   Hellenic Pagan Tradition
My #2 is:   Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition
My #3 is:   Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition
My #4 is:   Finnish Paganism
My #5 is:   Romuva Pagan Tradition
My #6 is:   Slavic Pagan Tradition
My #7 is:   Minoan Pagan Tradition
My #8 is:   Druidry Pagan Tradition
My #9 is:   Celtic Wicca Pagan Tradition
My #10 is:   Numinism Pagan Tradition
My #11 is:   Vedic Pagan Tradition
My #12 is:   Traditional Witchcraft Pagan Tradition
My #13 is:   Religio Romana Pagan Tradition
My #14 is:   Asatru Pagan Tradition
My #15 is:   Eclectic Wicca Pagan Tradition
My #16 is:   Egyptian Pagan Tradition
My #17 is:   Norse Wicca Pagan Tradition
My #18 is:   Christo-Pagan
My #19 is:   Stregha Pagan Tradition
My #20 is:   Thelema Pagan Tradition
My #21 is:   Satanism Pagan Tradition
My #22 is:   Mesopotamian Pagan Tradition
My #23 is:   Dianic Wicca Pagan Tradition
My #24 is:   Traditional Wicca Pagan Tradition
My #25 is:   Discordianism Pagan Tradition

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« Reply #55: June 11, 2011, 10:56:46 pm »


Satanism Pagan Tradition       
Hellenic Pagan Tradition       
Stregha Pagan Tradition       
Thelema Pagan Tradition       
Eclectic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
Mesopotamian Pagan Tradition       
Norse Wicca Pagan Tradition       
Asatru Pagan Tradition       
Discordianism Pagan Tradition       
Finnish Paganism       
Numinism Pagan Tradition       
Old English Heathenry Pagan Tradition       
Romuva Pagan Tradition       
Traditional Wicca Pagan Tradition       
Celtic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
Dianic Wicca Pagan Tradition       
Minoan Pagan Tradition       
Slavic Pagan Tradition       
Celtic Reconstructionist Pagan Tradition       
Christo-Pagan       
Vedic Pagan Tradition       
Druidry Pagan Tradition       
Religio Romana Pagan Tradition       
Egyptian Pagan Tradition       
Traditional Witchcraft Pagan Tradition       

Not surprising Satanism scored so high, since Satanists are atheistic.  Smiley
   
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« Reply #56: June 12, 2011, 01:25:59 am »

   

Not surprising Satanism scored so high, since Satanists are atheistic.  Smiley
   

Not exactly, SOME are but others aren't.
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« Reply #57: June 12, 2011, 01:10:16 pm »

Not exactly, SOME are but others aren't.

Original Satanism is nontheistic. Started by Anton LaVey.
I'm fully aware of theistic Satanism, I was in and out of it for years. Been there done that.
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