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    Do you believe in Perun and the rest of the Slavic pantheon? Do you have any Slavic pagan rituals of your own in your everyday life?

    #351928

    Anonymous

    As for me, i'm more of an Agnostic…so there is a room for making myself believe it…thought, it's more of an symbolic act for me. In everyday life, i don't know, i might have some superstitious habits :) but i'm definitely in favor of it, it makes me feel better.

    Thinking of hand-making a neck pedant, one of the symbols, to wear it.

    #351929

    Anonymous

    I still have a lot of to reading to understand, or rather give me an idea about Slavic paganism. Believe it or not is like saying that there are not GodGods because there is no sign of life from HimThem. For now I don't know and therefore did not vote.

    #351930

    Anonymous

    I do believe in old gods, i see them as a personification of nature forces

    #351931

    Anonymous

    I am also agnostic. I don't attach names to higher powers, so not really, but I have great respect for mother nature and for our ancestors' personification of it. On other hand, I do attach meaning to thunder, wind, water, earth etc as far older, more powerful than man, and something like deity in some way, like our Slav dziady of ancient times did, so perhaps in some weird way, I do.

    #351932

    Anonymous

    I am a polytheist. To me, there can be no half-assing it. Did I force myself to believe in the existence of the heathen gods? No, but I won't get deeply into it.

    #351933

    Anonymous

    Yes, I'm a heathen.

    #351934

    Anonymous

    I do belive in ancient gods and I do have my own Old religion Slavic rituals for all major holidays.

    #351935

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Do you believe in Perun and the rest of the Slavic pantheon?

    Yes, I do.

    Quote:
    Do you have any Slavic pagan rituals of your own in your everyday life?

    Not "of my own", but I keep constant flame in front of statuette of Perun in my home.
    I do commemorate all the important holidays throughout the year.

    #351936

    Anonymous

    Nope, devout christian.

    Anyway nice to see you guys keep the old stuff alive :) No hating here. Can u take a picture of the statuette? Really intrigued by what Perun looks like? I've seen many images of him though lol. Really nice mythology, too bad catholics fucked it up hard :) Arkona and all. Stupid danes and teutons.

    #351937

    Anonymous

    Yes I do believe in the Gods and I do have daily rituals that I conduct on a daily basis at my altar. It consists of lighting a fire in front of the idol of each God and burning incense which represents air. & of course the altar contains the other two elements of earth and water. I have two altars, one to the Gods of Nav ( Morok, Morana, Veles, Chernobog), and one to the Gods of Prav ( Svarog, Lada, Perun, Makosh ). I also put some time into meditation and other spiritual activities.

    I had my Churi made from > http://mirslavbog.ru/razdel_10.php

    #351938

    Anonymous

    I don't and don't see why I should. Well, everyone has a right to believe in what he wants. I choose not to believe in Slavic gods. :)

    #351939

    Anonymous

    I do not. For me gods are personifications of some forces. More or less, I think cognately to Svantevit.

    So I do not believe in them like someone may believe in Christian God, but I believe in them like I believe in Nature.

    #351940

    Anonymous

    Hm, I'm probably not. Is it too weird to be atheist believing in reincarnation?

    #351941

    Anonymous

    It is not weird at all.

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