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Neo-Pagan Movement

Neo-paganism can be described as a postmodern, almost worldwide, new religious and spiritual movement that evokes the spirit of Europe's preChristian pagan culture. This movement finds its origins in a dissatisfaction with what its adherents perceive as the stifling modernist religious models prevailing within contemporary cultures of Christian tradition; it is also born of a longing, akin to the romantic fascination for the primitive world, for more satisfactory models, long gone, reclaimed from antique or even prehistoric times. As shown by the links to be found on the Internet, where many neo-pagan groups or associations have created sites (e.g., the World Pagan Network or Witchvox, which give access to thousands of neo-pagan addresses worldwide), neo-pagans have emerged all over the world, particularly in Great Britain; ...

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