Paganism is an umbrella term. Let us explain all about it.

What is Paganism?

Paganism commonly refers to pre-Christian religions belonging to a number of ancient cultures, such as Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Celt and Norse. Modern pagans include Wiccans and those that practice the revived versions of the old ways. The word ‘pagan’ itself comes from the Latin paganus meaning “country dweller”, denoting a connection to place rather than to a specific religion.

Pagans are typically polytheistic or pantheistic. Polytheistic means the belief in or worship of more than one god. Pantheists identify God with the universe, or regards the universe as a manifestation of God. Paganism represents a wide variety of paths or traditions that typically emphasise a reverence for nature as its central tenet.

There are many Pagan Pathways. Read our downloadable brochure.

How do Pagans marry? Read: Handfastings – A Guide For Couples.

There is lots of information out there on the internet and in books. Here are a few places you can get started:

I need more information about Wicca. Go to Pagan Roots

I need more information about the Reclaiming Tradition

I need more information about Druids. Visit OBOD

I need more information about Heathenry

I need more information about Asatru

I need more information about Reconstructionism:

Religio Romana: Roman Paganism.
Hellenismos: Ancient Greece
Celtic Reconstructionism; Gaelic Traditionalism
Ásatrú: Norse/Germanic
Theodisc Geleafa: Anglo-Saxon

I need more information about Dianic Witchcraft

I need more information about the Radical Faeries

I need more information about Shamanism

I need more information about Ceremonial Magic: Hermeticism (the study and practice of occult philosophy and magic), the Golden Dawn, Goetic magick, Enochian Magic, and Thelema

I need more information about Odinism. Go to Odinic Rite of Australia

I want more information about the Rosicrucians

I want more information about the OTO and the Grand Lodge of Australia