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All Gods Are Bastards, So Make Your Own

To make it perfectly clear what today’s topic is about –I’m going to discuss how to develop a fictional religion for use in a story, game, or whatever other thing you have/do that requires a fictional religion. 2,318 more words

Writing

The Wicked + The Divine by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie

Gillen, K., & McKelvie J. (Ill.) The Wicked + the Divine, vol. 1: the Faust Act. Image Comics: 2014. ISBN: 9781632150196

Annotation: Every ninety years, twelve gods come back to earth. 504 more words

Book Reviews

Week 3 "Deity and the Divine" 1/19/2015

Ok so this was a pretty difficult task for me. I am not in a place where I can actually state who I worship. Its not that I do not worship, its just that I do not have a specific deity at this time. 411 more words

Pagan

An unusual offer

ETA: ALL FOUR ITEMS HAVE BEEN CLAIMED.  <3

Tonight I had someone purchase a few items from me that they would like me to offer as free anonymous gifts from the purchaser, to my audience, with some caveats on claiming these gifts. 362 more words

Asmodai

Hail to the Powers of the Sea!

So, this happened recently in Ireland.

In general, I’m a pretty easy going polytheist. There are some out there with whom I agree on many points, but whose hostility toward monotheism I don’t agree with. 774 more words

Modern Day Worship

Nornoriel Lokason reblogged this on The Serpent's Labyrinth and commented:

^^What Jo said.

Deity of the Day for January 23rd is Calliope, Greek Muse

Deity of the Day

Calliope

Greek Muse

The Greek muse Calliope was, along with her other eight sisters, the muses, the daughter of Zeus and of the Titaness Mnemosyne. 236 more words

Daily Posts

In the land of Gods and rice

Here’s what there’s not much of in South India: yoga studios, toilet paper, utensils.

Here’s what there is: rice, cows, Gods, bling.

I recently returned from a two-week journey to Tamil Nadu led by religion professor Douglas Brooks.  1,495 more words

Retreats