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Book: Pagan Religions in Five Minutes

Chapter: 13. Do All Pagans Follow the Same Festivals?

DOI: 10.1558/equinox.45480


Pagan festivals vary widely based on individual preferences, local conditions and community dynamics, often adapting to local seasons and environments. Community gatherings like the summer solstice at Stonehenge demonstrate inclusivity and adaptability within Paganism. This diversity reflects the nature-centred, community-focused ethos of Paganism, leading to a rich tapestry of celebrations and rituals.

Chapter Contributors

  • Douglas Ezzy ([email protected] - douglasezzy) 'School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania'