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12 definitions by MoonRat

 
1.
A religion and worship of the human body and the material world, not always the worship of the devil himself (unless you're of the Luciferian path). Satanism is type casted by the media along with witchcraft and paganism, as something evil... to be hated and feared whereas satanism does not promote violence, animal sacrifice or racial hatred in any manner. Satan keeps the church in business.
My mate Jamie is a satanist.
by MoonRat February 17, 2004
 
2.
A genre of music that incorporates hiphop, decks and digital sound to metal music. Not to be confused with thrash or industrial, NuMetal bands tend to be more commercial than their underground counterparts and attract a certain subculture too.
Linkin Park are Nu-Metal.
by moonrat March 09, 2004
 
3.
The term 'pagan' comes from the Latin word 'paganus' which means, in short, a country man. In contemporary society the word 'pagan' is an umbrella term encompassing many polytheistic earth-based religions including Asatru, wicca, druidry and hereditary witchcraft.

Most pagans mark their calenders by the eight fold year, with four major festivals and four minor. Solstices/equinox festivals are also recognised and celebrated.
Hey... I'm pagan!
by MoonRat March 11, 2004
 
4.
The pentacle is a five pointed star within a circle, the points representing the four elements (fire, water, earth & air) and ether (spirit) and the circle represents eternity as most pagans believe in the eight-fold year and the spiral dance. Inverted it has been known to be used by satanists and some wiccans to represent materialism.
I wear a pentacle and I'm proud of it.
by MoonRat February 17, 2004
 
5.
Revived in the eighteenth centuary, the druid tradition stems back to the time of the celts where the druids took on the role of prophets, teachers and they also led rituals. In the late 1980s psychologist Phillip Gomm-Carr became the head of the British Druid order.

Druidry is a polytheistic earth based religion that follows the mythology of the celts. Contemporary druidry has an eight-fold year that includes four fire festivals. It's a religion based on peace and reverence of nature and the ancestors.
Oi... you druids are always wasted!
by MoonRat February 17, 2004
 
6.
A member of the alternative scene, a 'greebo' can neither be classified as a 'skater', a 'spooky kid' (those little guys in KoRn hoodies and black eyeliner), a 'goth' or an 'indie kid'. Very often they fall between, wearing anything from baggies to funky hats to army shirts.

The term 'greebo' is used to describe an alternative person of such a nature by 'trendies' as a derrogatory insult.
Ehhh Gary laaaa... look a' that greebo over there!
by moonrat March 09, 2004
 
7.
Originally spelt 'magick' on the end by Crowley to differentiate it from stage 'magic', the art of magick is difficult to define, yet can best be described as the ability to manipulate what is in the material world by will. Some people use tools and others visualisation, some practice solitary and others in covens. Magick is universal.
So you practice magick then?
by MoonRat February 17, 2004