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Hinduism?
By: / Beginner
Post # 1

Do you think I could still have Pagan beliefs while following Hindu Gods?

I adore the hindu stories like the bhagavad gita and I adore the Gods like Shiva and Krishna

But I can't really grasp the cast systems. Also I still have my reincarnation and summerland beliefs.

I heard that Pagan is a really broad term. So could the Hindu Gods/Goddesses also be pagan gods/godesses too?

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Re: Hinduism?
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Post # 2
In my opinion, you can believe in what ever you want to believe. That is your choice to decide and if I'm correct recarination does deal with Hinduism.
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Re: Hinduism?
By: / Beginner
Post # 3

in Hindu beliefs you are reincarnated by caste systems.

I don't believe in caste systems but i do belief in reincarnation.

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Post # 4
You can believe in reincarnation and the Hindu deities without also believing in the caste system. You may need a good understanding of the caste system and how it's represented during the various phases of life (lower castes rarely get the chance to reach that stage where you become a wandering monk living in the forest), but there's no reason you need to believe in them.
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Yes, I believe most of the dieties in every religion is real, whether they were ET's or spiritual beings/ascended masters.
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Re: Hinduism?
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 6
Why would hindu gods/goddesses be off limits to witches? No one can tell you what gods you can/can't believe in and how to honor/worship them.
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Re: Hinduism?
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Post # 7
Hinduism IS a pagan faith. Paganism can be defined as any polytheistic religion that is not related to Abrahamic religions.
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Re: Hinduism?
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Post # 8
I take my beliefs from more or less every religion, I believe everyones spiritual path is different and that one religion cannot cater for each individuals every need, believe what you want to believe as long as you are happy it doesn't matter and the hindu pantheon is a beautiful one filled with great myths and legends. There's no such thing as 'not paganism' as every religion is a little bit pagan even christianity's Eucharist ritual is in my opinion highly 'pagan'.
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Re: Hinduism?
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Post # 9
actually, as far as i know hinduism is not a restricted religion.. you may take their gods and follow the pagan beliefs but still, you are still both be accepted..

hinduism saying-->> "ekam sataha vipraha bahudha vodanti."
-there is only one truth, it only has many names..

infernal blessings..
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Re: Hinduism?
By: / Beginner
Post # 10

i just didn't want to call myself hindu without having all of the beliefs. I don't like morphing religions into my own. but you are right yajra009.

I remember reading that there are many paths in hinduism. I just didn't want to be disrespectful to hindus if i didn't follow the caste system.

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