More Discussion of Ethics & Sacrifice

October 28, 2014 at 1:26 am 2 comments

Info about animal sacrifice/ritual slaughter in various religions:

Do Neo-Pagans practice blood sacrifice?

What is Voodoo? Understanding a Misunderstood Religion, Pt 1, Part 2 by Saumya Arya Haas

Putting the Blood Back into Blot: The Revival of Animal Sacrifice in Modern Nordic Paganism by Michael Strmiska (link to paper)

The Split Horn- Hmong Rituals

Kosher Slaughtering: An Introduction by Rabbi Gersion Appel

What is Halal? (Islamic dietary laws)

Discussion on Pagan and Polytheist Blogs– if not obvious, religions are noted in parentheses

The Wild Hunt: Perspectives: Blood Sacrifice in Modern Paganisms

(Magna Graecian Bacchic Orphism) Sannion/House of Vines: The red thread of our tradition

(Heathen/Northern Tradition shaman) Galina Krasskova: On the Nature of Sacrifice

(Hellenic) Of Thespiae: A story about the power of sacrifice

Thracian Exodus: Let us find a better way

(Druid) John Beckett: A Modern Pagan View of Sacrifice (from 2013) Sacrifice & Fear of the Real Gods (recent)

(Hellenic) Gargarean- Animal Sacrifice

Northeast Heathen: On Blood Sacrifice

Writings of a Pagan Witch: Making Sacrifices to the Gods

Church of Asphodel: Towards a Better Understanding:Animal Sacrifice & the Community

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  • 1. anomalousthracian  |  October 28, 2014 at 1:32 am

    Heya. Just a brief clarifying note: I’m not a Hellenic, by association, practice or identity. I am a Thracian Polytheist. (I’ve actually never even been to a traditional Hellenic ritual.) There are geographical relationships between ancient Thracians and ancient Hellenes, but as a Thracian Polytheist I am no more Hellenic than I am Celtic, Gaulish, Roman or Germanic, all of which are cultural traditions who the ancient Thracian traditions had regular geographical, cultural, economic, mythic and religious cross-influential exchange with.

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    • 2. caelesti  |  October 28, 2014 at 1:55 am

      I’ll go change that. I realize that I mentally lump a lot of cultures into “Greece” in a way that isn’t really accurate.

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