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"In art everything is possible, but everything is not necessary.” ― Arvo Pärt Icelandic band goes dark You could count the number of famous music acts to come out of Iceland on one hand– there's Bjork, her band The Sugarcubes, folk group...
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Fran commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
"Yulemiss" the whole point if it's not about love. Amen, Blessed Be and Shalom Riona Twilight!
from Italy commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
IL NATALE FESTA DI TUTTI Gli antichi romani il 25 Dicembre celebravano il gioioso dies Natalis, cioè giorno NATALE di Bacco, del Sole Invincibile, di Mithras e di altri dei solari. I cristiani dei primi 4 secoli, invece, celebravano la nascita di Gesù (successivamente trasformato in loro Dio), il 6...
Jason commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
The NatureSpirit group is absolutely correct -- Christmas was a pagan holiday adapted by Christians to help spread the faith. Ironically, it works in reverse now, and in our society Christmas celebrates excessive decadence that distracts people from spiritual matters. This is why a growing number...
Christine commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Like a spoiled brat, we all claim the 'toy', in this case the holiday season, to be exclusively 'mine'. Different people, with different backgrounds, celebrate differently. Religion has been around almost as long as humans have, and yes, that is a lot longer than 6000 years. Religion has evolved...
daecon commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
It's curious that for the first few hundred years it was considered blasphemous to celebrate the birth of Jesus, as if he were an emperor. It was his death and ressurection that were important. It is also worth noting again that all the major symbols of the holiday have pagan origins, though the...
Carrie commented on Acme Swing Mfg. Co.
Good for the pagans! I hope the Jews, Satanists, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and others also jump in. People have to learn that it's not "my way or the highway."
Assana commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
I dislike seeing controversy like this, but I actually hope it makes some people take a step back and realize how non-Christians feel when they have Christian teachings, fliers, etc. put up on them. I am a Pagan and do not tell people for fear of their reactions. I respect everyone’s beliefs and...
Riona Twilight commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
In my family we practice Yulemas. I grew up in a Christian household. Not quite C&E Christian but not Every Sunday either, so 'average' Christian house, I guess. I remember my mom mentioning how it was the birth-day of Jesus sometime each year, and then I remember the year I came home with...
LG commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Careful what you wish for. So conservative christians won the right to send home invitations in kids backpacks for religious events and now they aren't happy that a different religion gets to do the same. How many of them had a sudden urge to call the ACLU and sue the school for promoting religion...
Ginkage commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Whatever happened to this being the season of peace? Of love? Of sharing our blessings, regardless of their source, with each other? Take a step back. Try to just accept for a little while that we are different, we all have our own paths to take, and not each and every one of us is right. Deity...

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