Whatever they want to. Pagans don't celebrate Christmas because it's a Christian holiday.
As with anyone, anything they wish
Pagans celebrate Yule, during the Christians Christmas.
Pagans celebrated Christmas before christians did. But it was not called Christmas when pagans celebrated it. But Christians hiijacked Christmas at Jesus's birthday because they thought everyone was already happy on that day. Jesus is said to be born later in September.
As the "Christian Holiday" of Christmas, pagans do not celebrate it. As a modern day secular holiday, pagans celebrate it as any other secular holiday. The Christians in the Roman Empire originally celebrated Christmas on the same day as the Roman pagan holiday of Saturnalia, so the "christmas" holiday has gone full circle: from a holiday for pagans to a holiday for christians to a holiday for pagans..........
Probably the same food you do! Pagans revere nature, sometimes pagans become vegetarianor vegan for their love of animals.
Pagans in Bible times. For an interesting history from then to now: http://www.answers.com/topic/christmas-tree
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Germany was the first country to use the Christmas tree during the Renaissance. Pagans worshiped evergreens during their conversion to Christianity.
The idea of the Christmas tree began in Germany during the Renaissance. The tree symbolized converting German Pagans to Christianity.
Pagans are people, it is impossible to say that all pagans eat one specific diet. There are no strict dietary regulation or requirements in paganism. We are basically omnivorous, however, some but not all are vegetarian, some but not all are vegan.
Because it's their Christmas.
People eat different food on Christmas. In my home we eat keish on Christmas morning. People eat sweets alot on christmas. I hope I helped you.
I don't eat turkey on Christmas, I eat ham.
Christmas is the Christian celebration of their God. Channukah celebrates a military victory against a people that attempted to force Jews to become pagans.
I think European pagans celebrated Yule, which involved tree worship.
Yule is celebrated much the same as Christmas. Pagans celebrating Yule do not celebrate the birth of Christ.
no, pagans do not eat peopleANSWER!NO, Pagans and all the branches of Pagans do not eat people! It is against the very essence of the religion. For example the Wiccan Rede says"And ye HARM NONE do as ye will" and it says"What ye sends forth comes back to thee so ever mind the law of three"So no, Wiccans and pagans and such don't eat people. Yes there is a history of sacrifice (animal) but Pagans don't eat people. And it was only a select group that practised sacrifice, and we were not the only religion. Many have done worse. Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and other polythiestic religions.It's entirely possible that some pagan tribes in South America or elsewhere might be cannibalistic, but you wont find that in the civilized world.
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Yule as we call it is the celebration of the beginning of winter (hard winter). The holiday known as christmas is suppossible about the birth of Jesus, however he was born in spring. The early christian leaders moved Jesus's birthday celebration to December 25th to make it easier for the pagans to convert. It was believed that if christian holidays were at the same times as pre-existing pagan holidays then it would be easier for the pagans to switch faiths.
They do not celebrate Christmas, except for some, which just eat regular American Christmas food. they eat chrismas cake
Some People have Christmas dinner on Christmas day and some people eat it on Boxing day
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they mainly eat turkey and then for pudding they have Christmas pudding.