subreddits related to r/neopagan
A subreddit for pagans r/paganism is a community focused on the discussion and observance of any and all belief systems that may be classified as a pagan faith. We are an all-inclusive community first and foremost, and seek to maintain a modern day coalition of many belief systems around the world.
Wicca is a neopagan religion based on ancient pagan beliefs. It's an earth-based religion that believes in a God and Goddess as representative of a greater pantheistic godhead. Wicca includes a system of ethics and teaches that we all are ultimately responsible for our own actions. We believe in gods. We believe in magic. We believe in multiple realities. We practice alone, or in groups. We practice witchcraft.
For tarot enthusiasts of all experience levels and belief systems. Beginners, professionals and skeptics welcome! Discuss the history of tarot cards, learn about tarot theory, compare reading techniques, and more. Whether you believe in divination or just want to learn more about yourself, you have a place in r/tarot.
Celtic Reconstructionism is a polytheistic and animistic religion as well as a cultural movement that attempts to revive the traditions and practices of the ancient Celts. By looking at mythology, lore, surviving folk practices, and the archaeological record we try to create a living tradition that mirrors that of our ancestors as best and as historically accurate as possible. More information: [The CR FAQ](http://www.paganachd.com/faq/whatiscr.html)
Divination is a way to learn about your future or situation using a certain set of tools. There are many different ways to perform divination and this is where you can share them! Here you can find out new methods, share old ones, practice ones you're learning, or ask questions!
/r/Norse is a Subreddit for anyone interested in anything 'viking' the community encompasses all different branches and studies including language, lore, faith and history. We are a pleasant community who are willing to teach as much as we are willing to learn. Welcome to our home, sit with us a while.
Are you a pagan? Do you find that you sometimes have problems and need an honest, grownup opinion? Well, that's what we're here for. We won't promise to be nice, we won't promise not to mock you, but we WILL promise to tell you the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Gods help you.
**Herbalism**; *n*, The study of the use of plants and fungi, including their uses in medicines and pharmacology, and their use in religious, spiritual, and magickal rites. --- This is a subreddit for the discussion, identification, habitats, preparations, uses and lore of plants and fungi, both common and rare. These plants and fungi are often written under the broad title "herb", though many are not herbaceous. We welcome discussion of both hard scientific and ritualistic usages.
This purpose of this community is to explore human energy in all of its facets. Out of body experiences, energy healing, energetic connections between people, psychic work and everything in between. This is a community about helping people explore, stretch and document their experiences as well as learn new ways and avenues to explore.
A safe, respectful space to discuss the lives and stories of women of all backgrounds, and the current events which affect us. Trans people and especially trans feminine people are expressly welcome here. People of all genders are welcome; feminist cred appreciated but not required. Shaming women's choices and invalidating the perspectives of other women is not allowed here. Respect other life choices. We are baby and childless friendly. We are housewife and working woman friendly.