Gigantic Pagan Quiz

How did you discover Paganism?
I don’t really know. I just had an interest in the Occult at a young age and it progressed into this.

How long have you been a practicing Pagan?
For the last twelve years.

Do you have a magical name?
No not anymore.

What is the meaning behind your magical name?

What is your path or tradition?
I am an animist, a polytheist, and a Witch.

What is your favorite part of your path?
The silent knowing that comes from grasping the infinite web of magic in all of life.

Is your path a religion, a spiritual system, or something else?
It is a way of life.

Are you solitary or a group practitioner?
I meet up with some locals mainly to socialize, but I am mostly a solitary practitioner. I will occasionally work with others, but I generally find it counter-intuitive to my regular praxis.

Were you self-taught or trained?
Self-taught through ancestral awareness, experience, and research.

Are you out of the broom closet?
Some of my family know, my close friends know, and I don’t feel that any one else needs to know. I have always believed that a person’s religion/spirituality/beliefs are personal. I feel no need to broadcast these things about myself in most situations. However, I do not deny what I am.

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What Kind Of Pagan Are You?

You Scored as Celtic Pantheonic Pagan
Your answers leaned very close to that of the Celtic Pantheon. Very popular now among pagans, the Celtic Gods seem to draw those who are sensitive and insightful, but also very passionate about their beliefs. Many Pagan Holidays are named for this pantheon and here is where you’ll find many stories on Horned God, Green Man, and Druids. You likely either have been or want to visit Stonehenge one day. Many Arthurian legends include references to the Celtic faith, as well.
Celtic Pantheonic Pagan
Shamanic Pagan
Zoroastrian Pagan
Kabbalistic Pagan
Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans
Roman Pantheonic Pagan
Ecclectic Pagan
Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru)
Eastern Pagan
Greek Pantheonic Pagan
Catholic Pagan
Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan

What Kind Of Pagan Are You?

iPersonic Types

Dreamy Idealist the dreamy idealist

Dreamy Idealists are very cautious and therefore often appear shy and reserved to others. They share their rich emotional life and their passionate convictions with very few people. But one would be very much mistaken to judge them to be cool and reserved. They have a pronounced inner system of values and clear, honourable principles for which they are willing to sacrifice a great deal. Joan of Arc or Sir Galahad would have been good examples of this personality type. Dreamy Idealists are always at great pains to improve the world. They can be very considerate towards others and do a lot to support them and stand up for them. They are interested in their fellow beings, attentive and generous towards them. Once their enthusiasm for an issue or person is aroused, they can become tireless fighters.

For Dreamy Idealists, practical things are not really so important. They only busy themselves with mundane everyday demands when absolutely necessary. They tend to live according to the motto “the genius controls the chaos” – which is normally the case so that they often have a very successful academic career. They are less interested in details; they prefer to look at something as a whole. This means that they still have a good overview even when things start to become hectic. However, as a result, it can occasionally happen that Dreamy Idealists overlook something important. As they are very peace-loving, they tend not to openly show their dissatisfaction or annoyance but to bottle it up. Assertiveness is not one of their strong points; they hate conflicts and competition. Dreamy Idealists prefer to motivate others with their amicable and enthusiastic nature. Whoever has them as superior will never have to complain about not being given enough praise.

As at work, Dreamy Idealists are helpful and loyal friends and partners, persons of integrity. Obligations are absolutely sacred to them. The feelings of others are important to them and they love making other people happy. They are satisfied with just a small circle of friends; their need for social contact is not very marked as they also need a lot of time to themselves. Superfluous small talk is not their thing. If one wishes to be friends with them or have a relationship with them, one would have to share their world of thought and be willing to participate in profound discussions. If you manage that you will be rewarded with an exceptionally intensive, rich partnership. Due to their high demands on themselves and others, this personality type tends however to sometimes overload the relationship with romantic and idealistic ideas to such an extent that the partner feels overtaxed or inferior. Dreamy Idealists do not fall in love head over heels but when they do fall in love they want this to be a great, eternal love.

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What Is Your D&D Alignment?

What Is Your D&D Alignment?

You are True Neutral.True Neutral characters generally come in two varieties. The more common are those who are simply undecided. Not dedicated to the weal of the world or personal gain, not swayed by the rigid outlines of order or dedicated to the free reign of independence, they act as the mood moves them or as circumstance demands. Most true neutral characters prefer good to evil, but simply aren’t bothered to promote it. Some true neutral characters, however, are truly dedicated to the balance of forces in the universe. They may see good, evil, law and chaos as dangerous extremes. Some true neutral characters find themselves in odd alliances, compelled to side with the loser in any given fight. For these characters, no single path must dominate others. Animals are generally neutral. Many ordinary villagers will be, as well.
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