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  1. #21
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    You scored as Zoroastrian Pagan.



    The Zoroastrian Pagan is a rare breed who follows the teachings of Zoroaster, the religious reformer. He believed that there were no gods, and it was naive to put faith in them and give them names. What one should focus on is merely serving one side of the cosmic duality; work on good or light deeds, and the world would become more good or light. Pagans of this variety are rare, but often feel like they get more done without the hassle and clutter of pantheons and gods. They're smart, analytical, and occationally cynical.

    Zoroastrian Pagan

    75%
    Kabbalistic Pagan

    30%
    Eastern Pagan

    20%
    Ecclectic Pagan

    20%
    Roman Pantheonic Pagan

    20%
    Greek Pantheonic Pagan

    15%
    Shamanic Pagan

    15%
    Catholic (Pagan?)

    0%
    Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans

    0%
    Celtic Pantheonic Pagan

    0%
    Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan

    0%
    Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru)

    0%
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  2. #22
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    What a suprise 85% Kabbalistic Pagan :D

  3. #23
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    No surprise here, 75% Ecclectic Pagan.

    You scored as Ecclectic Pagan.

    A veritable blend of all the pantheons and perhaps a dash of a few other religions as well, you're the versitile Ecclectic Pagan. You have no problem wearing an ankh while setting an offering to Herne on your alter just below your image of Hera. You don't believe in coloring within the lines, and are a bright free-thinker. While you respect the views of your fellow pagans, as far as you're concerned, religion is the sky, and there's no one about to clip your wings with lines and limitations.

  4. #24
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    You scored as Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan.

    You scored as an Egyptian Pagan. With equal draw to both men and women, the Egyptian pantheon is a wealth of ancient stories and forgotten customs. Very seductive to the more cerebral Pagans, devoting oneself to this faith often means being willing to really work on finding out who your Gods were. Never an easy undertaking. Dedicated and insightful, you know you're among good company with those who also understand your Gods.

    Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan

    90%
    Celtic Pantheonic Pagan

    85%
    Ecclectic Pagan

    85%
    Eastern Pagan

    80%
    Roman Pantheonic Pagan

    75%
    Shamanic Pagan

    70%
    Greek Pantheonic Pagan

    60%
    Zoroastrian Pagan

    50%
    Kabbalistic Pagan

    50%
    Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru)

    45%
    Catholic (Pagan?)

    25%
    Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans

    0%
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  5. #25
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    You scored as Zoroastrian Pagan.


    The Zoroastrian Pagan is a rare breed who follows the teachings of Zoroaster, the religious reformer. He believed that there were no gods, and it was naive to put faith in them and give them names. What one should focus on is merely serving one side of the cosmic duality; work on good or light deeds, and the world would become more good or light. Pagans of this variety are rare, but often feel like they get more done without the hassle and clutter of pantheons and gods. They're smart, analytical, and occationally cynical.

    Zoroastrian Pagan - 60%
    Kabbalistic Pagan - 40%
    Ecclectic Pagan - 25%
    Celtic Pantheonic Pagan - 20%
    Shamanic Pagan - 15%
    Roman Pantheonic Pagan - 10%
    Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan - 10%
    Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru) - 5%
    Eastern Pagan - 5%
    Catholic (Pagan?) - 5%
    Greek Pantheonic Pagan - 0%
    Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans - 0%
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    Geez, I'm not much of anything, really, am I?
    I've never heard much of Zoroastrian Paganism before, though. Maybe I'll look into it....

  6. #26
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    You scored as Shamanic Pagan.



    A shamanic pagan's roots are generally found in Native American faith. A true love and respect for the earth and all that it yields is central to their faith. Wisdom is most often found in spirit guides or totems, who can be animals, ancestors, or spirits. Pagans who follow this path tend to be far more aware of the delicate web that interweaves the lives of every person and thus move within that web accordingly. They're usually deeply insightful, friendly, loving people and excellent friends and parents. Mysterious and strong, as well, they are often the protectors of their friends and family as well as the moral compass for their friends and loved ones.

    Shamanic Pagan

    100%
    Greek Pantheonic Pagan

    95%
    Roman Pantheonic Pagan

    85%
    Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan

    80%
    Ecclectic Pagan

    70%
    Celtic Pantheonic Pagan

    60%
    Kabbalistic Pagan

    55%
    Eastern Pagan

    55%
    Zoroastrian Pagan

    50%
    Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans

    40%
    Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru)

    20%
    Catholic (Pagan?)

    10%
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  7. #27
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    Not that im too surprised :P

    The Zoroastrian Pagan is a rare breed who follows the teachings of Zoroaster, the religious reformer. He believed that there were no gods, and it was naive to put faith in them and give them names. What one should focus on is merely serving one side of the cosmic duality; work on good or light deeds, and the world would become more good or light. Pagans of this variety are rare, but often feel like they get more done without the hassle and clutter of pantheons and gods. They're smart, analytical, and occationally cynical.

    fun quiz btw

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  8. #28
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    Roman Pantheonic Pagan 95%
    Zoroastrian Pagan 55%
    Catholic (Pagan?) 45%
    Ecclectic Pagan 30%
    Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan 20%
    Celtic Pantheonic Pagan 20%
    Greek Pantheonic Pagan 15%
    Eastern Pagan 10%
    Shamanic Pagan 0%
    Kabbalistic Pagan 0%
    Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans 0%
    Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru) 0%

    I like this better than the old one. But I don't know what the heck "pantheonic" means.

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  9. #29
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    Since when is Kabbalah Pagan?

  10. #30
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    You scored as Celtic Pantheonic Pagan.



    Your answers leaned very close to that of the Celtic Pantheon. Very popular now among pagans, the Celtic Gods seem to draw those who are sensitive and insightful, but also very passionate about their beliefs. Many Pagan Holidays are named for this pantheon and here is where you'll find many stories on Horned God, Green Man, and Druids. You likely either have been or want to visit Stonehenge one day. Many Arthurian legnds include references to the Celtic faith, as well.

    Celtic Pantheonic Pagan

    100%

    Zoroastrian Pagan

    55%

    Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan

    50%

    Shamanic Pagan

    45%

    Roman Pantheonic Pagan

    30%

    Eastern Pagan

    25%

    Greek Pantheonic Pagan

    25%

    Ecclectic Pagan

    25%

    Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru)

    25%

    Kabbalistic Pagan

    25%

    Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans

    25%

    Catholic (Pagan?)

    25%
    As I was walking all alane, I heard twa corbies making a mane, the tane unto the nither did day, What sall we gang and dine the day?

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