So, hey – Numenism!

It’s been a few years since I last thought about this particular NRM… for those who have never heard of it, Numenism was born shortly after the end of WW2, out of the spiritual searching of some returning American soldiers trying to make sense of their experiences in the Pacific War. It started out (as I understand it) as a sort of amalgamation of Roman paganism with inspirations from Shinto, and the last time I searched it out there was very little that I could find on the web.

Now, there’s a little more info, from someone who says he’s a long-term member and celebrant – I thought others might find this interesting, particularly those still working on creating Religio Americana or other native-USA paganisms. (Also, see here… and there seems to be some info on Dreamwidth as well, but I can’t view it from where I am now.)

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Husband, father, biblioholic, singer, drummer, Pagan, UU
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