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The remake is terrible - but please watch the original. Every shot is full of beautifully researched and crafted pagan symbolism. You will love it. I know its shlock b-grade old horror - but you will totally dig it.
I might. I really dislike the concept of Wicker Man human sacrifice, and the plot from Wikipedia's page made it seem like anti-Pagan nonsense.
Then again< Damh the Bard covered the song Gently Johnny from it, so...
He's Christian. They have a History of burning people at the stake. Maybe they like the smell of burning flesh.
Sure, but there is a love for the pagan traditions that shines through all of that. An England before Cromwell chipped all of the greenmen off of the churches. The pagan distopia it creates is SO beautiful. Very daring for its time. If you are a folk music tragic you will have a fit.
Julius Ceaser is the source I believe of the Wicker Man story, it was recorded in his book on the Gallic Wars.
Sounds like a demonic force, only evil spirits intervene with feelings use dreams to portray their message. A God interacts with His word, which is passed down generations. Feelings come and go but spiritual love is a mentality. God works in the mind and will not through dreams. Visions are important but these visions would correspond with His words. This makes the bible true and divinely inspired.Right now I have just this image on my altar. Everytime I remove all gods from it, I have dreams with a god and a goddess that appear in the shape of my parents as they looked when they were young... but they're not my parents. I still couldn't ask who they really are, but they seem helpful. A few days back I dreamt that goddess passed an amethyst through my shoulders to heal my aching muscles.
Who do you think they are?