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Many roads exist on way to spirituality

By Mary Adamski
Stories and pictures of people attempting to revive that old-time religion made the news this week.
About two dozen believers serious about their roots, proud of their culture, tried to relive their history. They draped themselves in togas and congregated at a formerly sacred site in a formerly holy season to sing and dance and chant homage to old gods.

Makahiki season, 21st century style? Nope. But the self-proclaimed Greek pagans who honored Zeus at an Athens temple do have some things in common with Hawaiians who have revived the practice of giving reverence to the god Lono at Makua Valley and elsewhere.

Read the original article at: Star Bulletin

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