Gangleri is an Asatru-based book review site. The site author explains: “Gangleri” (“seeker”) is the name king Gylfi took when he decided to travel to Asgard to question the Gods. As we are all seekers, I found this a fitting name.
A while ago I was going around the web like I do not do very often and I ran into a ‘blog’ called “Humanistic Paganism“, a board for atheistic pagans. I never really saw such divisions within ‘the pagan sphere’, but here apparently are people who found it needed to team up and give themselves a voice for having ‘uncommon pagan ideas’. The ‘blog’ has a few entries that make a nice read, but I have not really tried to read up. Soon after I started following the ‘blog’ a book was announced and eventually this book was published in April 2016 Godless Paganism, voices on Non-Theistic Pagans.
I got the book to see what this would be about and soon also experienced why there are people giving “non-theistic pagans” a voice……….
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