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Neopaganism seeks to restore the sacred bond between humanity and the Earth, and Pagans believe that connection to be an important factor in preserving the environment in our modern era (Adler 2006, Ellison 2005).
And then there is neopaganism, the diverse movement that sees nature as the home of the divine, exalts female as well as male divinity and deities, practices ritual magic, and relishes joyous festivals that are based in the changing seasons.
Elements of Germany's later turn to neopaganism, though, already were endemic.
Since the industrialization, a secularization process took place and sport was divided from the religion, obtaining the extents of a particular institution, a new form of control (Marcuse), of collective mobilization (Gjata, 2003: 36), of neopaganism, of dictature se based on football, fiesta, fado (Salazar), of modern slavery.
Neopaganism is perhaps the fastest growing religious minority and part of the "modern magical revival" (2) both in traditionalist, rural spaces and in urban environments, (3) and therefore worth to explore.
Herr Hitler loves to say that he "thinks with his blood." He boasts of Germany's romantic neopaganism, her worship of forests and nature and strange beasts'.
"Introduction." In Sian Reid ed., Between the Worlds: Readings in Contemporary Neopaganism: 1-9.
Cooper believes the former prevails consistently from Plato to Whitehead, while the latter can be seen from Schleiermacher to Bergson, Reuther, and the Wiccan neopaganism of Miriam Simos (Starhawk).
However, Wymer suggests that Atalanta in Calydon establishes "Swinburne's quest for a liberating Dionysian neopaganism" (p.
Ephraim of Syria with the opponents of his time, especially NeoPaganism under Emperor Julian Apostata.
Unwilling to irritate the Vatican, which opposed Nazi neopaganism and anti-Catholicism, Franco broke off negotiations for the formal "Convention on Cultural and Spiritual Collaboration between Spain and Germany," which had come very close to being ratified by the two states in January 1939.
Although the term in recent years has become associated mostly with New Age and contemporary Paganism ("Neopaganism"), more scholars today are seeking to recover Albanese's original broad application in their analyses of a wider variety of indigenous religious practices.