Armenian Native Faith (Hetanism)

Vote for this Religion\Belief on RELIGER Poll Hetanism (Armenian: Հեթանոսութիւն Hetanosutiwn) or Armenian native faith, was the dominant ethnic religion of Armenia before the adoption of Christianity in 301 AD. The sources regarding the practices and tradition of the religion are limited due to centuries of religious persecution by the Christian Armenians as well as...

Abkhaz neopaganism

Vote for this Religion\Belief on RELIGER Poll Abkhaz neopaganism, or the Abkhaz native religion, is the contemporary re-emergence of the ethnic religion of the Abkhaz people in Abkhazia, a revitalisation which started in the 1980s. The most important holy sites of the religion are the Seven Shrines of Abkhazia, each one having its own priestly...

Abkhaz neopaganism: Adyghe Habze

Vote for this Religion\Belief on RELIGER Poll Adyghe Habze or Circassian Habze (Adyghe: Адыгэ Хабзэ /adəɣa xaːbza/), alternatively spelled Khabze, Khabza, or Xabze, also called Habzism, is the philosophy and worldview of the Adyghe people (called Circassians in English), a nation of North Pontic stock native to historical Circassia (modern-day Russia’s European federal subjects of...

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