Is there really a Pagan ritual that involves dancing under the moon in the nude?

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I saw a program on AOL TV a couple days ago titled “Taboo: Nudity” The subject was “Shedding clothes as an act of expression or liberation, and even as a means of worship.” It showed a pagan ritual where male and females take off their clothes dance naked around a fire under the moonlight. Is this real or just Hollywood stretching the truth? No wonder Christians have such a tough time converting pagans.

How do I get invited to such a ceremony?

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I thought there would be a meaning to it too since I felt so liberated and free when i dancing under the moon completely nude in my ex boyfriend backyard. Letting myself loose and dancing away was complete joy to me. All in all i felt strong dancing under the moon nude like a layer of my skin of anxiety went away and brought me to love myself own body. It be amazing to enjoy this amazing time with other people in night dancing in the moons light.

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