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Neopaganism
 
Systems
Animism · Shamanism · Paganism · Pantheism · Polytheism
Religions
Celtic (CR · Neo-druidism) · Dievturība  · Finnish · Heathenism (Asatru · Theodism) · Hellenic Neopaganism · Jewitchery · Kemetism · Rodnovery · Roman · Romuva · Stregheria · Feraferia · Wicca
Approaches
Reconstructionism · Ethnocentrism · Neotribalism · Neoshamanism · Eclecticism · Technopaganism · Witchcraft

The Baltic countries were the last part of Europe to be Christianized, and vestiges of paganism blend into a Neopaganism movement that is largely independent of Western Asatru.

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