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MaryT

Baltic paganism
« on: November 27, 2017, 12:29:38 pm »
I am not a pagan myself but I am interested in paganism, especially the religion of the Baltic peoples, the last pagans to be officially converted in Europe (although a pagan Sami shaman was burned for heresy in the 17th century).

Samogitia in the Baltic did not convert to Christianity until 1413 and Baltic paganism has even been revived as Romuva, and its practitioners say that it never really died out.  Even so, little information on Baltic paganism seems to be available, either online or in books.  Are there any practitioners on Susan's Place?