Category:Polytheistic reconstructionism

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Polytheistic reconstructionism is the umbrella term for religions with multiple deities that were originally sent underground, became rare, or destroyed entirely that are now being practiced modern day. Reconstructionism requires believers to practice and believe similarly to, entirely as, or leaning towards the way the original ancient people's worshipped.

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