The 13 Atheopagan Principles

Click here for a one-page layout of the Atheopagan Principles, suitable for printing.

For individual articles on each Principle, see:

1: CRITICAL THINKING

2: REVERENCE FOR THE SACRED EARTH

3: GRATITUDE

4: HUMILITY

5: PERSPECTIVE/HUMOR

6: PRAXIS

7: INCLUSIVENESS

8: LEGACY

9: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

10: PLEASURE POSITIVE

11: CURIOSITY

12: INTEGRITY

13: KINDNESS and COMPASSION

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  3. Strømmine

    I absolutely love reading more into this religion! My question is, what is the significance of the number 13? I’ve tried researching it but can’t quite make a connection, not sure where I’ve missed it.

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    1. 13 is a number Pagans find meaningful. It is the number of Moon cycles in a year and is associated with some ancient goddesses. It was a coincidence that there turned out to be 13 Principles, though!

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