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Yggeld Post number 25702 Posted: 25th June 2019     Subject: The paganism of our day and the responses of his followers
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At the end of 2015, the Center for the study and development of intercultural relations, represented by its Director, PhD Yuri Tikhonravov, announced the beginning of the sociological project "Izm. Philosophy of spirit".

It was a survey of representatives of thirteen well-known spiritual movements, worldviews and religions through the video recording of judgments and responses of priests, leaders and figures, followed by the free placement of their opinions on the resource of the project ideal.izm.io

Network users had the opportunity to read only a brief text transcripts of the answers at first. They did not see whose it was answers to questions. Having made a choice in favor of one or another short answer, the user had access to full texts and videos and learned whose judgment seemed to him the closest.

The survey involved followers of atheism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, Krishna, masonry, nihilism, Orthodoxy, Pro-testantism, Scientology, Slavic paganism, Telema and theosophy. The reader and viewer had the opportunity to vote for "something else."

From November 2015 to February 2016, Maxim A. Ionov, known as the priest Beloyar, the current head of the Union of Slavic communities of the Slavic Native Faith and the editor-in-chief of the first all Russian magazine about paganism - "Rodnoverie", gave answers and judgments on behalf of the adherents of Slavic paganism.

From February 2016 to September 2017, the figure of the pagan Who-birth Dmitry А. Gavrilov, known in the movement as the volkhv Yggeld, co-founder of the Circle of Pagan Tradition, a member of the PFI, replaced Beloyar and continued to participate in this kind of sociological survey.

From October 2017 to September 2018, Konstantin V. Begtin (volkhv Ogneyar), acting co-Chairman of the Council of the international movement "Circle of Pagan Tradition", was responsible for "paganism".

Readers and viewers have made 125 thousands of assessments answers. Slavic paganism has received the support of 15 thousand evaluations. This is third. Atheism collected more than 21 thousand votes, and Orthodoxy collected less than 10 thousand votes.

In June 2019, a book was published in Russia. Presents summaries of responses figures of contemporary paganism: the participants of the Union of Slavic Communities of Slavic Native Faith, of the circle of Pagan Traditions, as well as the co-founders of the Assembly center on selected questions posed to them under the video in the framework of the sociological project "Izm. Philosophy of the spirit", implemented by the "Center for the study and development of intercultural relations" in 2015-2018.
Morgana Post number 25703 Posted: 26th June 2019     Subject:
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Hi Yggeld,

How nice to see you posting again.

I assume the book you mention is in Russian of course...

Please let me know if there are any summaries in English.

Happy Ivan Kupala!
Morgana


(Simon Kozhin. Kupala Night, Divination on the Wreaths.)
Yggeld Post number 25712 Posted: 29th June 2019     Subject:
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Hi Morgana!

Yes, this book was published in Russian. We hurried to release it for the holiday of Kupalo. It is intended mainly for specialists, scientists, postgraduates and students who write about pagans in Russia. The book has already been sent to the Central libraries and these specialists. But I see that the original pagan judgments not much like those of us write fiction. The judgments of real pagans are at odds with the idea that experts have already invented before.

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