View Poll Results: What kind of Pagan are YOU?

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  • General Pagan (non-sectarian)

    199 22.49%
  • Witch (not Wiccan, just Witch)

    138 15.59%
  • Wiccan (Alexandrian, Gardnerian, Eclectic, etc.)

    157 17.74%
  • Ceremonial Magician

    7 0.79%
  • Asatru (Norse Pagan)

    36 4.07%
  • Druid/Celtic Pagan

    60 6.78%
  • Strega (Italian Pagan)

    3 0.34%
  • Egyptian Pagan

    36 4.07%
  • Shaman (Native American or otherwise)

    19 2.15%
  • Eastern Pagan (Hindu, Buddhist, Shintoist, etc.)

    15 1.69%
  • Nature-loving tree-hugger

    59 6.67%
  • Other (please elaborate)

    156 17.63%
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Thread: What kind of Pagan are YOU?

  1. #51
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    I am also a "Combo". I am Witch, Shaman, and Nature Loving Tree Hugger.
    Sanity is the illusion of the majority.

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    I voted General Pagan as I draw from a wide variety of sources for my belief system.

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    I am a witch, first and foremost. I'm also an unofficial member of the Church Universal Eclectic Wicca. (Meaning I follow the teachings but don't actually belong.)
    "Often you hate most in others what you resent most in yourself."
    -Lucidia

    "The older I grow, the more I become certain that it makes no difference what words we use to tell the same truths."
    -Taliesin, The Mists of Avalon

    "I never allowed my schooling to interfere with my education."
    -Mark Twain

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  4. #54
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    Oooh Good poll! It says alot about the diversity of this community when in a poll with 12 choices, the seccond largest group is the "other" tehehe

    I voted Wiccan. Recently I've been considering joining UEW too. They've got a nice system worked out for solitaries.
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  5. #55
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    Witch, not Wiccan


    Nothing in the world is friendlier than a wet dog

    Sometimes I dream that a big, giant squirrel is carrying me away. Does that make me a nut?

    If swimming is so good for your figure, how do you explain whales?

    When everything's coming your way, you're in the wrong lane.
    Disciple of Jodarius~~Keep of the Names
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  6. #56
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    Witch, not Wiccan. Solitary and eclectic, as I pick up a little here, a little there. I also consider myself a Kitchen (but not Hedge) Witch. But then, you can fit that into ecelctic, imo.

    I have learned a little about a lot of sects. I am looking to learn more and more as time goes by, and I incorporate those lessons into my Path.

  7. #57
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    Druidic/Draconic practitioner

  8. #58
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    I consider myself Wiccan
    "You see things in the world, and you say 'Why?'. I dream of things that never were and say 'Why not?'
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    I chose other becuase while I do many things along the asautru tradition, I dont think I would be considered one. Ive also studied buddhism alot and much of what I do reflects that. A weird mix, the norse buddhist but it balances me out rather well.
    -meet bob the boing

    Tainted beauties have destroyed the hearts and minds of men, but the damned have only themselves to blame.

    On my tombstone I want carved:
    He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting "All the Gods are bastards."

    What do you do when youve forgotten how to cry, when tears are beyond you and anger cannot find you, when all you have left is pain and frustration where shall you turn?
    When life is hell, givem heck!
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    "some people say that things just happen...well, I say they're meant to be. If not made for someone who's broken, then I fear that these things werent made for me."

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  10. #60
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    Hi Ben!

    I guess as a subculture of 1, I couldn't get a whole category for "Pagan Humanist", so I checked General Pagan. I wonder if a lot of us won't accept anything without good evidence - that's the criteria I often use for being a humanist of any stripe.

    Have a fun day!

    -Equinox
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    I like my spirituality because I think it's true. But I love my spirituality because it makes me excited to be part of the universe.
    - Ben Trimegistus, 2004.2.23 (That's how I feel too!)

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    In short, I'm a Naturalistic Pagan (OK, now that link is fixed) who has found a spiritual home at a Unitarian Universalist Church.

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