Mystical Bewilderment

I’m pretty sure that with the title alone, I’ve grabbed a bunch of people’s attention. And while I do know that there are some Neo-Nazis out there that are pagans, as well, that’s not really what I want to discuss. I’m not thinking about the definition of Nazi is the social-political party of 1930s Germany, the people who started a race war, or the bands of men and women who uphold to the racial bigotry as perpetrated by the Germanic people just prior and during World War II. The definition, specifically, that I am contending with here is the third as found on Dictionary-dot-Com, which states: “a person who is fanatically dedicated to or seeks to control a specified activity, practice, etc.” We have people of this particular nature in paganism and it’s something that I want to discuss.

In my pagan experience, I can think of two people…

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