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A new pan-polytheist foundation

Posted by Erik on December 3, 2008

Hrafnkell has just launched a new site and organization, Mos Maiorum (the name means “ways or traditions of the ancestors” in Latin). He describes the Foundation as “a non-profit, educational foundation dedicated to reviving the customs and traditions of our ancestors, to the idea of Paganism as ethnic religion.” The site is still growing, but there is a fair amount of content – much of which seems to be aimed at educating the general public about the history and worldview of traditional Western polytheistic religions (as opposed to both monotheistic faiths and modern Pagan religions such as Wicca). Check it out!

edited to add:

‘Tis the season, apparently! Shortly after posting this I read that Jeff at DruidJournal is launching a new bi-weekly newsletter. Given the depth and quality of Jeff’s blogging, I’m sure this will be an excellent resource.

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2 Responses to “A new pan-polytheist foundation”

  1. […] this via Executive Pagan. After a quick read through of a couple of the articles, I’ve bookmarked it and intend to […]

  2. Hrafnkell said

    Thanks for the mention, my friend! And for all your help in catching some of those pesky little errors.

    I’m excited by Jeff’s project as well. I’m working on a quarterly ezine; I am not brave enough for anything biweekly! But it’s certainly something that is sure to be welcomed by the Pagan community.

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