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Signs, gifts, theories: scripture says we all prophecy now

Act 2:17-21 KJV And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams: 174 more words

Myths or Reality

We used to listen to stories, while we were kids. Before we go to sleep, in our free time, in order to entertain ourselves. We used to like the stories, and let ourselves dream about the beautiful Helen of Troy, the mythical Maenads, and the powerful Zeus. 532 more words

Personal Thoughts

Theocritus XVIII: Finding Helen of Troy

Helen is perhaps the most elusive figure of Greek myth. She is both the dutiful wife and the heartless adulterer, and whichever side we might think we are looking at, her other self is never far off. 679 more words


Golden Oldie

A few weeks ago, I told my father that for some strange reason, I wanted to watch Troy again. I have no idea how I came up with it, but I just suddenly wanted to see it once more. 461 more words


The Allure of Greek Mythology

Once the wedding jitters and newness of married life faded to a dull roar in the back of my mind, I decided it was time to delve in my writing endeavors even further – to grab hold of the reigns of life and spend time where my heart most desired to – and so I searched online for groups of writers that were meeting locally. 201 more words

Meg Rosalyn

A Trip to Troy

Turkey is so old it’s intimidating. In America, we get excited if something is more than a hundred years old, since we’re fairly new to the whole “independent nation” game, at least relatively speaking. 862 more words


Book Review: "Helen of Troy" by Margaret George

Helen of Troy, as the name suggests, tells the story of the famous War of Troy from the point of view of Helen, the spartan queen who fell in love with a trojan prince and whose love started the animosity between Greece and Troy. 374 more words

Book Review