Dualism is a phenomenon of major importance in the religions of the ancient world. Those of the Middle East will be considered here. While there was generally no explicit dualism in ancient Egyptian religion , there was an implicit dualism in the contrast between the god Seth and the god Osiris. Seth also possessed some typically dualistic marks of a mythological character: his action, as well as his personality itself, was ambivalent; and, as a typical trickster, he was also capable, at times, of constructive action in the cosmos. Yurugu is considered to be the element that makes the universe complete the same role assigned to Seth in the Egyptian myth.
Modern Pagan views on LGBT people
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The relationship between religion and LGBT people lesbian , gay , bisexual and transgender can vary greatly across time and place, within and between different religions and sects, and regarding different forms of homosexuality , bisexuality , and transgender identity. Some of the authoritative bodies and doctrines of the world's largest religions may view these negatively. Liberal and progressive voices within these religions tend to view LGBT people more positively, and some liberal religious denominations may bless same-sex marriages , as well as accepting and marrying people who are transgender. Historically, some cultures and religions accommodated, institutionalized, or revered same-sex love and sexuality;   such mythologies and traditions can be found around the world;  elements of religious and cultural incorporation of non-heterosexual practice can still be identified in traditions that have survived into the modern era, such as the Berdache ,  Hijra ,  and Xanith. According to a Australian survey, LGBT Australians, compared to the general Australian population, were much more likely to have no religious affiliation, much less likely to be affiliated with a Christian denomination, and more likely to be affiliated with a non-Christian religion. The distribution of religions that LGBT Australians were raised in, however, was similar to that of the general population.
Religion and LGBT people
Modern Pagan a. There are some popular neopagan traditions which have beliefs often in conflict with the LGBT community, and there are also traditions accepting of, created by, or led by LGBT individuals. The majority of conflicts concern heteronormativity and cisnormativity. A survey by Helen A. Berger found
Dualism , in religion , the doctrine that the world or reality consists of two basic, opposed, and irreducible principles that account for all that exists. It has played an important role in the history of thought and of religion. In religion, dualism means the belief in two supreme opposed powers or gods, or sets of divine or demonic beings, that caused the world to exist.