Intro to Revivalism

My basic run-down of what I mean when I talk about Revivalism and the Revivalist Movement within Polytheism and Paganism.   I promise to get better at video blogging! And I will be attempting to get a transcript available asap.

 

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12 thoughts on “Intro to Revivalism

  1. Reblogged this on Queen of the Waiting Ones and commented:
    Wherein Camilla Laurentine discusses Revivalism and Immersive Polytheism. A great first video, and well done intro to these concepts, as well as a nice step toward fostering discussion in our communities. Thanks for sharing, Camilla!

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  2. Reblogged this on Geschichten einer urbanen Priesterin and commented:
    Sehr interessantes Video von Camilla Laurentine über “Revivalism” – ein Weg zwischen dem sehr stark an Lehrmeinung orientiertem Rekonstruktionismus und intuitiver Erfahrung und Beziehung mit/zu den Göttern.

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  3. Reblogged this on Strip Me Back To The Bone and commented:
    I am so excited to see Immersive polytheistic Revivalism becoming a thing. I do not like the term ‘devotional polytheism’ for a number of reasons that I’ll possibly get into int the future. Yes, immervise polytheist revivalism is a mouth full, but it is also the first collection of labels beyond “pagan” or “polytheist” that have made me say, “oh, yes, that’s exactly right!”

    Camille talks specifically about her Roman variety of Revivalism in this video, and also what she means by Revivalism. I cannot wait to see more videos by her on this topic, and I can’t wait to see others writing about this. I know I’ve already got a view videos in mind, and oh look, I have some time off on Thursday . . .

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  4. I am so happy to see this video posted! You’ve got the next few already to go, right? Right?? ;o)

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  5. Reblogged this on Wytch of the North and commented:
    An excellent first video from Camilla, in which she discusses the Revivalist movement and immersive polytheism. I consider myself part of this movement as well (although from a Northern perspective rather than a Roman one), so I found myself applauding wildly to much of what she had to say here. I’m planning to do a video response to her (and will post it here of course) so for now I’ll just say: go watch this, it’s fantastic!

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  6. I really appreciate many points here, especially concerning mental health care and the potential of paradigm prejudice. A couple of questions came to mind, 1) how do you define (devotional)? ..I had the understanding that devotional meant cultivating relationships by votive, art, poetry with specific god/dess or taking an oath to specific one.

    2) could you elaborate on the Lares? Who are they to you?

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