>>2894>The advantage of Christianity is that it comes with The Bible, a book that says to be good.
Books are able to be changed and misinterpreted due to how old the book is, in other words dumb people can't make sense of it because it doesn't have enough bro's, hoes and hipster clothes.
The druids never writ down their religious endeavors because they didn't want their enemy's to know how to read stars or how to call upon the land, which is a double edged sword since not writing down what you do means that you unable to be infiltrated and subverted like Christianity but on the other side of the blade that power is soon forgotten and is now lost.>>2895>The thing about paganism is that its original practitioners did not believe in recorded knowledge, it was all passed down by word of mouth.
That's right, learning by speech is easier than books since you don't have to write everything down and you don't need parchment or any other things to write on, it's faster than reading as well since it is more of a direct experience that shows you how to accomplish your task but now no one knows how to accomplish any of their desires due to cultural decay and a lot of people feel without purpose because they don't know how to achieve their goals and the world leaves people with great potential in the dark.>Unfortunately that got BTFO'd pretty hard.
This was because Christianity was shoved down Europe's throat by some sand zombies that believed they were doing the will of god so they had the most inflated ego in the ancient world but they were instead doing the devil's work because only a asshole would venture to other people's lands, force beliefs upon the population and destroy their culture, why would you want to chop down a holy tree that is believed to hold wisdom and chopping it down dearly upset the pagans if you believe you are doing something good?
Why would you want to go out of your way to lie to people to get them to join some ancient hipster religion when they were doing fine without it?
Why were the medieval times called the "dark ages" when at the time everyone in Europe was a devout Christian? And if you didn't want to be forced into that life you were executed for heresy.
I don't understand how people can get into such a zealous mindset that they are so correct when they can't see what they are doing, they can't see the outcome of what they are attempting to do nor can they rethink their decisions.>So, unless you're willing to sift through baseless new age type hippy stuff, you're shit out of luck.
It depends on the type of drug and what the person is trying to achieve while on them, different chemicals do drastically different things so you can't classify them all as bad, Caffeine is a drug, alcohol is a drug, nicotine is a drug but they are not illegal because the controllers make profit from them, alcohol is the most profitable out of them because of what it does to you, people burn their livers which is a profit since the medical industry thrives of off alcohol.
I went off topic a bit. I think that to try and find knowledge that is now hidden in the past is better than to simply forget it.
Nikola Tesla's discovery's are now unknown but that doesn't mean he didn't achieve anything, are we going to forget what he tried to find? Or are we going to at least attempt to rediscover his findings?>The best we have is sparse archaeological evidence filtered through modern interpretation.
There is a couple things i have to base my pagan exploration from, mainly it is the old records of them by the Greeks and Romans but there is also the psychedelia which i think played an important role in their rituals since there is a lot of references to them throughout Aryan history, psychedelics shouldn't be used for the sole purpose of pleasure as there is a lot more to them than just pleasure, they kick your brain into overdrive so you are able to make dreams become a reality.
There is a lot more i can write about concerning psychedelics in old pagan rituals.
Modern interpretation is just pointless guesswork without a true aim, people are afraid to go out of the box and do exactly what they want to do so most self proclaimed "druids" do not do what they did because a lot of it is now illegal, human sacrifice, animal sacrifice and psilocybe mushrooms, so they adhere to the law but by not letting themselves free they are still chained to Christianity so they are more or less cucks that want to please the establishment and please themselves at the same time.