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Deity of the Day for October 22 - Herne the Hunter

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Herne the Hunter

The Man Behind the Myth:

Although Herne is seen as an aspect of Cernunnos, the Horned God, in the Berkshire region of England there is actually a story behind the legend. 558 more words

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Deity of the Day for October 19th - Taliesin

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The Tale of Taliesin
Once there was a witch named Ceridwen, and she had two children. The one, her daughter, was as beautiful a child as you could ever hope to see; the other, her son Morfran, was so ugly, ill-favored and stupid that he sickened everyone who saw him.Ceridwen was grieved that Morfran was so horrible, and resolved by her magic arts to make him into such a great bard that no-one would mind his ugliness. 3,257 more words

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The Charge of the God

The Charge of the God

Listen to the words of the Horned God,
The Guardian of all things wild and free, and Keeper of the Gates of Death, whose Call all must answer: 250 more words
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tales: Doomsday Fallout Shelters

This writing is in response to the strange noises that people are claiming to hear around the world. Some Iowans have come to me to seek my opinion about them. 1,197 more words

Ep. 10 - Heidegger's Elucidations on Hölderlin's Poetry

Join The Always Already trio as we contentiously read two selections from Heidegger’s Elucidations of Hölderlin’s Poetry: “Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry” and “As When on a Holiday…” Not only do we get to read poems, but we do some philosophizing about it too! 203 more words


The Becoming of the Queen

I’ve never been much a fan of holidays, but as I delve deeper into practicing religion, I find it becoming an exciting venture.

Last week was the Autumn Equinox, the day I associate with the beginning of Persephone’s Descent. 613 more words