The Problem With Neo-Paganism

Sacred Blasphemies

In my head, I’ve been flirting with the idea of starting some sort of Hindu group geared towards modern polytheists. As a polytheist who worships Hindu deities, I know that I’m not alone. I wish that there was a group that focused on Hinduism but open to (if not oriented to) Westerners.


I mean, there is already. It’s called ISKCON (best known as the Hare Krishna movement). Despite being linked with hippie counterculturalism, it’s actually very much in-line with traditional conservative Hinduism down to the sattvik diet (vegetarian with no onions or garlic), celibacy before marriage, and behavior/morality (no drinking, smoking, or drugs).

I want to see a Shakta (or Goddess-worshipping) version of that, though I’m unconvinced that I have the knowledge or skill to do so. Especially given that I am not an initiate of any Shakta tradition.

Recently, I had an e-mail exchange regarding Shakta Tantra and Paganism…

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Hera’s Month of Devotional Thought: Day 30 – Interesting UPG

Χαίρετε πάντες!

The topic for today is what UPG do I have about Hera that I’d like to share. And unfortunately, I do not have any. So I can not share anyting here, and I don’t really know how to fill up this post, so I’ll leave it at this short blurt of text.

Ἔρρωσο.