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born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

as (pagan) music saved my soul: what I learned from Paganism & Pantheism

Is there anything really sacred? Depending on your religious beliefs, you can choose any of hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of answers. If there’s one thing that I’ve leaned from Paganism and Pantheism is that the earth is sacred as the source of food and shelter for humanity while we (“mutant monkeys”) destroy it. The Dutch neofolk band Omnia said it best in two of their songs — Earth Warrior and I Don’t Speak Human.

It’s almost as a hippie revival taking place in Europe where some of the best music’s coming from. In any case, regardless of religion (or lack of) and/or the music you hold dear, we (“mutant monkeys”) should try to keep the earth’s delicate ecosystem alive and healthy.

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One response to “as (pagan) music saved my soul: what I learned from Paganism & Pantheism

  1. Atomic Mutant 09/03/2014 at 08:41:12

    Personally, I don’t like the music (rather crude) and honestly, the text is nonsense. It reminds me of some tribal warrior proudly presenting his bow to show his status as a warrior – while in the background tanks roll through the picture. That’s NOT fighting for earth, that’s typical western feel-good-achieve-nothing-stuff.

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