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ECO-MAGIC

A British ecologically focused movement among some Neo-Pagans in the UK in the 1990s, established to address a wide spectrum of environmental issues, its activities range from healing specific parts of the Earth through magickal means, including Spells, ritual and use of Talismanic devices to draw on the positive energy of Ley Lines and sacred sites, to a broader aim of transforming society as a whole.   The principal organization embodying this ethos is the Dragon Environmental Network.


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One of the major problems with 'defining' Paganism and/or its beliefs and practices is that it is an 'organic' movement, in that it is undergoing constant change and re-evaluation from within, and as such any 'one-size-fits-all' approach to understanding Paganism will be found wanting.

Due to the very 'organic' nature of Paganism, and the many differing Paths and Traditions within it, in many cases no one definition may be universally accepted by all Pagans.   Therefore, where such cases of possible conflicting and/or contradictory meanings of certain terms occur I have endevoured to give not only the generally accepted meaning, but also any major 'variations' in belief and/or practice.

Christians who believe this difference in meaning of certain key terms, beliefs and practices to be unique to Paganism need to remember that such conflicts also arise within the Body of Christ - the Church.   Take for instance the differing practices amongst Christians concerning Baptism and the different attitudes towards women in the clergy.

- Jean-Luc



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