An Atheopagan Tarot Spread

I have written before about "divination" and particularly the use of complex symbol systems such as runes or Tarot cards in Atheopaganism. We can use these symbol sets to access our intuitive and subconscious understandings of our situations, despite the fact that the arrangement of the cards (runes, bones, tea leaves, etc.) is random. When …

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Ritual Practice of an Hellenic Atheopagan

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Pagan path of Atheopaganism as it is generally described on this site is free both of credulity in literal gods and of "soft theism", or the usage of god-images, names and meanings as metaphorical in religious practice. But for some, this soft theism adds a valued layer of meaning to their practice. Here, …

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Intuitive Understanding and “Divination”

I read Tarot cards. Not as much as I used to, but I still do it. I don't think of it as "fortune telling". I think of the Tarot as a magnificently complex set of symbols from which I randomly choose, creating therefrom a narrative which draws up my intuitive understanding of a situation or …

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