Pagan Friendly Minecraft / Minetest Server?

Simple, bedside altar.

Well, we like to think we’re a practically everybody friendly community here. Of course there are limits to how friendly we are. We don’t like people who are obviously looking to be difficult or hateful or toxic. But those people come in all forms so it’s not based on any particular religion, spirituality or anything like that. Some people are just assholes. Most Pagans I know, are not assholes however.

I didn’t start this server with the idea in mind that it would be about any particular religious or spiritual theme, but, I am in fact a third degree priest and founding member of Spirit Of the Sycamore tradition of North Texas. I’ve also studied Druidry with Ár nDraíocht Féin and the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. But I disbanded my group within that tradition and haven’t been active in a number of years.

My personal spiritual beliefs, however, have not changed and they often find their way into the lore I write for the server. We speak a lot on the gods and goddesses of the ancient Celts and I built a Celtic Iron Age roundhouse inspired village called Baile na Dagda whose inhabitants are devotional polytheists.

It’s a part of our lore

There are articles on the Celtic gods and goddesses in our wiki and there are norse settlements built on the server as well. Some of the books, signs and decor make references to pagan songs, phrases and beliefs if you look deeply enough. So, yes, we are quiet friendly to Pagans, Wiccans, Heathens, Druids and many other paths too.

We are friendly to Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Agnostics, Atheists and anyone else who comes in the spirit of having a good time and living and let live. Except creepers. Kill all creepers. Lol.

Drumming after Circle 1
Drumming after Circle 2


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