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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mists of Avalon (Lee Holdridge)

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Re: How dare you?!
• Posted by: Meklorka
• Date: Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at 7:46 p.m.
• IP Address: host-66-81-145-152.rev.o1.com
• In Response to: Re: How dare you?! (Gabrielle)

> yes and no. It all depends on what type of paganism you practice. The
> connection to nature and the worship of the goddess are the same, but in
> wicca we also worship the god, who is seperate but equale to the Lady. And
> no, we can't make mist move with our minds, at least I can't.:)

> -gabs

Don't forget the polytheist pagans too, that worship a whole lot more than just the Goddess and the God of wicca, and a whole lot differently too. The word "Paganism" is a lot like the word "Monotheist" in the way that it describes a group of religions. The pagan religions are a lot more deverse and numerous than the monotheist ones, but thats probably because there are three monotheist religions, and all three originated in the same general area. Paganism is very old, and was and is practised in many different forms throughout the world.

i, of course, am not trying to convert anyone, or trying to make one group of religions seem better than the other, but am simply trying to factually inform people.

And, getting back to the subject of the soundtrack... it was lovely. Loreena McKennit is a particularly talented vocalist and harpist, and her talents complimented the film perfectly.

Meklorka Odinskona Mannusdottir




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