So many holidays coming up, and so many holidays go better with books.
Readers of this blog can get $4.00 off From the Prow of Myth by buying direct from the e-store. 18 more words
Submissions for this book have been extended to the 21st of December:
Check out the review of From the Prow of Myth over at Aedicula Antinoi: http://aediculaantinoi.wordpress.com/2013/11/13/review-of-michael-routerys-from-the-prow-of-myth/
A couple excerpts:
There is a quality to many of these poems that is simultaneously reminiscent of the Orphic Hymns in their grand and traditional lyricism, but which likewise has a touch of what I can only describe as a variety of “pagan beat poetry,” in the very best sense of that set of terms. 151 more words
Offerings of: cape seed bread roll, wildcrafted driftwood, wildcrafted purple shell, vodka, garlic, eggs, salt, herbal incense blend (own recipe), astragaloi environmentally sustainable box made from she oak and camphor laurel, lamb bones and khernips. 171 more words
In my next regular Hekate column in Issue 4 of The Australian Pagan Magazine I discuss khernips/blessed water and how to make it.
Just a few weeks away till the release Issue 4 of The Australian Pagan Magazine. 35 more words
October and November riches:
October and the start of November held such an overflowing of ritual goodness. Mid-month I celebrated the local wine grape harvest for Dionysos, and the Hermaia Propylaia for Hermes, a modern festival developed by Sannion and Dver, which I’ve done for the several years now. 199 more words
Deipnon rite with offerings of handmade candles including rose soy candles and rolled mandrake beeswax candles, orange blossom infused sea water khernips, divination incense blend, various bundled herbs from my garden, tokens from nature when wildcrafting, kathiskos with appropriate foodstuffs used during the month and the consecration of my gifted iron wand and professionally made black glass magick mirror. 48 more words