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 Le paganisme irlandais en force !

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MessageSujet: Le paganisme irlandais en force !   Sam 8 Nov - 10:51

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MessageSujet: Re: Le paganisme irlandais en force !   Sam 8 Nov - 11:00

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As polytheists, we worship a number of Goddesses. And even some Gods!

Actually, this question is based on the common Neopagan (and especially Wiccan) concept that all Gods & Goddesses are fractional parts of a greater Goddess and God, (or a single, monotheistic Goddess), and that these many, individual Deities are merely aspects of a greater “archetype” that can be swapped around willy-nilly. This goes completely against the CR perspective that the Deities are real and separate individuals. It also goes against our belief that different cultures have their own unique Deities and religious beliefs about Them. In fact, there are known conflicts among some of the various Celtic Deities, which would make no sense if they were all part of some über-Godhead.

So, in answer to the question, we do not worship “The Goddess”, as that is simply not the way we perceive the cosmos. It is not a Celtic theology (or “thealogy”) and we do not accept that any such all-powerful, monotheistic being, if one exists, has any meaningful existence in our sphere of worship.

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Which Gods do you worship?

That depends a lot on the individual and the Celtic culture that draws them most strongly. There were hundreds of Celtic Deities from dozens of tribal cultures throughout the early Celtic period. Irish and Scottish Reconstructionists might worship Brighid or the Daghda, the Morrígan or Manannán mac Lir. Welsh Reconstructionists might worship Llew Llaw Gyffes or Cerridwen, or Rhiannon or Gwynn ap Nudd. Gaulish Reconstructionists would be more interested in Taranis, Epona, Belenus or Rosmerta. As a polytheistic tradition, most CRs will honor a number of Deities, though they may be closest to a particular one.

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Again, we are polytheists. The idea that “all Goddesses are one Goddess” (or “all Gods are one God”) comes from the early twentieth century British occultist, Dion Fortune, and from some of the ideas of late Hinduism. It is not a part of Celtic tradition.
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