Pagam Ritual

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    A.K.A Halloween


    The lightning is gorgeous. I once drew an epic pumpkinheadman for school when I was 14. It was so pretty that they hung it in the hallway next to the headmistress’ office and everybody would compliment me on it. They actually never returned it either. Fucking maggots.


    I demand a redo!

    Honestly I enjoy paganism and fear it. Their is some seriously sinister shit in some forms of paganism. From human sacrifice to some other being taking human form. But there is also the cool worshiping nature part too.


    It’s impossible, I drew it with watercolours and I don’t use those any more. I’m afraid of them, you can’t control them so thoroughly like you can control a pencil. This is why I’ll never be a good painter. As for the religion part, I enjoy all religions I know of. The history, scriptures, everything. Even if it’s crime related, I read fiction about brutal wars all the time. Of course in my books they usually slaughter monsters and trolls but still. I guess it’s kind of perverse since these things were/are the reason for so much suffering, on the… Read more »


    Oddly enough in my country religious folk tend to be nationalists pushing their religion on the nation. They also get their old fart panties in a knot if they see two women or men that want to get married in fear of them turning their child like them and going to hell. I on the other hand think gay couples should have the right to be married anywhere and feel the disgust of divorce like everyone else. Whatever floats ones boat. And don’t get me wrong I love the ancient mythological religions. I just need someone to teach me more… Read more »


    Yeah I know, I would say my country proves that religious people can be just and live together in peace and that bigotry can easily come from elsewhere but obviously education is the main thing that allows people to have healthy minds. My country is rich so education isn’t a problem.

    I think the best way to learn these things without devoting your entire life to it is by travelling, visiting museums and libraries and talking to historians. That way you’ll be sure to enjoy it while learning something at the same time.


    C’mon, you know that’s not true. The number of ‘religious’ people in America that are pushing for religious inclusion into the State are relatively few. The majority (by far) want to be left alone to live their lives as they see fit, religious or otherwise. Granted those few are pretty loud, but that doesn’t change the fact that, for all their money and connections, they almost never get what they want.


    Not true, M. Antagonista. Watercolors can be controlled, just tilt the paper upright and learn to control the drops.







    Looks like Solomon Kane is about to open up a can of puritan whoopass.


    it looks like nobody else is gonna do it, so…

    SAMHAIN, not “halloween”… 8/

    Luke Magnifico

    What’s wrong with you? You are a silly billy, and I hope the severity of my scolding will get you back on the path to being cool like the rest of us.



    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca

    There is too much asstupid in this thread.

    Its a picture of a pumpkin man, people.

    And some pumpkins. Anything you want to say about paganism is based on hearsay and inference since genuine paganism is so diluted from what it once was its not even ni the same universe anymore.

    Roman paganism was sweet. Modern paganism is usually some attention seeking lardass with a pentagram around their neck and adult acne.


    Agreed. They will try their damnedest to convince you that their religion is ancient, when in reality it only goes back to 1993 when Starchild Featherwolf published the book in which they read about ‘paganism’.


    What does it matter? The Catholic Church isn’t the same as it was centuries ago, nor is any religion. I have a hard time w/ the idea that any single religion is any better, or worse, than any other, regardless of how it developed.


    But there is an unbroken line of tradition since the Council of Nicea, whence they invented Jesus, with the Catholic Church. I’m not siding with any religion here, but I’m just going to point out that you think that Scientology is as valid as Lutheranism.


    I really don’t see a fundamental difference between Lutheranism and Scientology.

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca

    The 2,000 years in between when it was outlawed and didn’t really exist differentiate it.

    Plus what the guy below me said. 🙂




    “what it once was its not even ni the same universe anymore.”

    We are the Pagams who say “NI”! You must bring us a Shurberry!


    he IS the Pumpkin King!