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« Reply #15: December 23, 2010, 01:52:37 am »


I've never heard of it, either, but when I consider the words, I also get the feeling of something like the source of something - it strikes me as a type of philosophy - working with the source of a problem, rather than just the symptoms, finding the source of a view in order to understand it.  You can do what you like with the "witch" part, but I thought those thoughts on "source" might be useful to you.
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« Reply #16: December 23, 2010, 10:28:41 am »

I've never heard of it, either, but when I consider the words, I also get the feeling of something like the source of something - it strikes me as a type of philosophy - working with the source of a problem, rather than just the symptoms, finding the source of a view in order to understand it.  You can do what you like with the "witch" part, but I thought those thoughts on "source" might be useful to you.

Yes, I've been thinking of this idea mainly. Sounds tedious in a way, doesn't it? Well maybe not really. This seems to be what all pagans try to do is find the source of what they believe in to understand, rather then blindly accepting what they're told. Smiley
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