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Paganism & Indo-European Tradition

Paganism, sometimes refered to as Heathenism, are terms used to identify pre-Christian folk traditions and spiritual or philosophical belief systems, especially those of the Indo-European peoples. Some of these traditions are polytheistic in nature, while others are animistic; some encompass both. Since the romantic era, some people have tried to revive these, with special attention payed to Germanic (or Norse) and Celtic traditions. However the Slavic, Baltic, Roman and Greek ways have also recieved attention. Some of the works of contemporary paganism cross over substantially with Renaissance-derived Esotericism.

Main article: Indo-Europeans & Paganism

Related portals: Esotericism & Ecology

Alphabetical lists of articles: Category:Paganism & Category:Indo-European tradition

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This portal is meant to provide an overview of articles regarding the Pagan Indo-European belief systems from before the ascent of Christianity as the primary religion of the Europeans, it also covers information about people who seek to reconstruct these and carry them on today. Information about syncretic cross-over subjects such as Wicca, Irminism, Ariosophy & Perennial Traditionalism are likely best covered by the Esoterica portal. Please try to make the navigation as easy as possible.

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Traditions and Systems
Germanic gods - Germania (Tacitus) - Celtic tradition - Greek tradition - Roman tradition - Slavic tradition - Sami shamanism - Manicheanism - Hinduism - Religio Romana - Dodekatheism - Odalism - Ásatrú - Forn Siðr - Wotanism - Theodism - Rodnovery - Romuva
Practices and Ritual
Ancestor reverence - Animal worship - Ethos - Folklore - Mythology - Norse mythology - Orthopraxy - Ritual - Runology - Sacrifice (Animal & Human) - Sorcery - Totem - Virtue - Witchcraft
Indo-Europeans - Aryans - Balts - Greeks - Germanics - Slavs - Celts - Hittites - Persians - Tocharians - Scythians
Sanskrit - Latin - Greek - Oscan - Umbrian - Tocharian - Germanic languages - Italic languages - Romance languages - Celtic languages - Baltic languages - Slavic languages - Indo-Aryan languages - Persian
Important personalities
Georges Dumézil - Arthur de Gobineau - Jean Haudry - Max Müller - Martin P. Nilsson - Geo Widengren - Stig Wikander - Joseph Pomeroy Widney - Varg Vikernes - Koenraad Logghe - Alexander Rud Mills - Else Christensen - Alain de Benoist - Julius Evola - Heinrich Himmler
Thule-Seminar - Thule-Sarmatia - METAPO - GRECE - Nova Roma - Heathen Front - Woden's Folk - Artgemeinschaft - Werkgroep Traditie - Ásatrú Alliance - Odinist Fellowship - Supreme Council of Ethnikoi Hellenes - Ásatrúarfélagið - European Congress of Ethnic Religions
Blood and soil - European native religious revival - Völkerwanderung - Trifunctional model - Indo-European culture - Battle-Axe people - Swastika - Project Megiddo - Church of the Creator
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