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LusitanianPagan

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Greetings from Portugal
« on: August 12, 2015, 11:26:29 am »
Hello to everyone who uses this forum :)

I`m from Portugal I and consider myself a "noob" in the subject of paganism although I started reading my first books about paganism more than 6 years ago. I consider myself an eclectic pagan because I`m interested in both Wicca and Celtic paganism although recently I`ve become more and more interested in the ancient gods from my homeland.

I joined this forum to learn more about paganism and other pagan traditions and I think I will :)

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Re: Greetings from Portugal
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2015, 11:45:57 am »
Quote from: LusitanianPagan;178602
Hello to everyone who uses this forum :)

I`m from Portugal I and consider myself a "noob" in the subject of paganism although I started reading my first books about paganism more than 6 years ago. I consider myself an eclectic pagan because I`m interested in both Wicca and Celtic paganism although recently I`ve become more and more interested in the ancient gods from my homeland.

I joined this forum to learn more about paganism and other pagan traditions and I think I will :)


Ola!! Very fascinating, I too am interested in Wicca and Celtic paganism (Druid) and have some Portuguese background ^_^ I am über noob because I just started exploring as well. Hope we can journey together! Welcome!
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Re: Greetings from Portugal
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2015, 01:00:32 pm »
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Hello to everyone who uses this forum :)

I`m from Portugal I and consider myself a "noob" in the subject of paganism although I started reading my first books about paganism more than 6 years ago. I consider myself an eclectic pagan because I`m interested in both Wicca and Celtic paganism although recently I`ve become more and more interested in the ancient gods from my homeland.

I joined this forum to learn more about paganism and other pagan traditions and I think I will :)

 
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Re: Greetings from Portugal
« Reply #3 on: August 13, 2015, 02:55:14 am »
Quote from: LusitanianPagan;178602
Hello to everyone who uses this forum :)

I`m from Portugal I and consider myself a "noob" in the subject of paganism although I started reading my first books about paganism more than 6 years ago. I consider myself an eclectic pagan because I`m interested in both Wicca and Celtic paganism although recently I`ve become more and more interested in the ancient gods from my homeland.

I joined this forum to learn more about paganism and other pagan traditions and I think I will :)


Welcome! I am also new to the Wiccan/Pagan path and I'm reading and listening and learning all the time. This forum is great for that!
We can all learn together!
Lucky for you that you have Gods from your homeland :)
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