I don’t believe in ANY of that, no disrespect but it sounds a bit silly to me. I do believe in the Torah, and in the concept of one true God. But I like to research weird topics for fun, I know it sounds weird, but I love watching videos about “why the earth is flat” and things like this, it simply entertains me, like a fantasy movie, or a comedy. Can I do the same with modern paganism or I am breaking some commandments? I don’t think I’m breaking the idols rule because I’m doing it just for fun but still, worth asking. I would ask my rabbi, but, even though he is an angel walking among us, I’m afraid he will kill me if I come with such a request during a conversion process.
Can I research about norse paganism?
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