Tuesday 06th December 2016,
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pagan revival

Inside Iceland’s pagan revival

Inside Iceland’s pagan revival

As Iceland begins construction of its first pagan temple in over 1,000 years, we speak to the high priest of the country’s fastest growing spiritual movement That Icelanders wear their spirituality proudly on their sleeves is nothing new. The country’s vigorous creative scene has for decades produced music that seems permeated with an almost palpable [...]

April 10, 2015 HHR Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice 0

The Gatherings of the Elders. The Beginnings of a Pagan international

The Gatherings of the Elders. The Beginnings of a Pagan international

  Abstract Since 2003, the International Council for Cultural Studies has organized a five-day “International Conference and Gathering of Elders of Ancient Traditions and Cultures” every third year. Participants include spokesmen of the Maori, Yoruba, Maya, Lakota etc. religions, as well as neo-Druids, Romuva Lithuanians etc. Each of the conferences took place in India, with [...]

September 10, 2013 Dr Koenraad Elst HHR Videos, Indigenous/Pagan Voice 0

The Greeks who worship the ancient gods

The Greeks who worship the ancient gods

The summer solstice, 21 June, is one of the most important dates in the calendar for many followers of ancient religions, and it’s a special time for people in Greece who worship the country’s pre-Christian gods. “I love the energy this place has,” says Exsekias Trivoulides who has pitched his tent on what he considers [...]

June 20, 2013 HHR Indigenous/Pagan Voice 0

Return of the Pagans

Return of the Pagans

Once human beings communed freely with the forces of nature. They felt a spirit in every hill or vale. They saw a Divine face in the Sun and the Moon. They felt a consciousness in the mountains, trees and clouds. They recited poetry, performed rituals, and had  profound meditations on the sacred world order, which [...]

June 3, 2013 Vamadev Shastri Indigenous/Pagan Voice 1