i recently researched neo-paganism (asatru to be specific) and discovered that the religion is growing. i also wrote a hub on it, the topic is more then interesting. I've found that the religion being polytheistic that it is actually frowned upon by many but the numbers are rising.
what do you think about it?
i love that statement haha. im an atheist myself and find religion nothing but an excuse for war and made up to explain what couldn't be explained thousands of years ago but the whole neo-pagan thing is still really interesting.
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