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F is for Faeries and Personhood

Friday posts are written by Sage of the blog Sage and Starshine. Every week or so they explore a different aspect of the Otherfaith through the letters of the alphabet. 1,083 more words
Paganism

Consanguinity

Life’s apotheosis
is something in between
a state of decay
a compost heap
a sprouting seed
and creativity
using thoughts and ideas
to express individuality. 18 more words

POETRY

Supernova Hearts.

Weave on the grand tapestry of unperceived idolatry. With these threads, new grounds shall truly be tread. The perfected pantheons shall hold aeons at their mercy and the cosmos shall be theirs to plunder. 32 more words

Ramblings

This entry came about from me asking Loki about some recurrent UPG/symbology that’s been ongoing for a few months now. Some of it involves Traditional Witchcraft symbology. 562 more words

Loki

Apotheosis: The Theological Problems

Recently, I have been doing an in-depth study of apotheosis. For the Hellenic Pagan (and possibly for others, though I would not know), apotheosis is an interesting topic because it can help us to understand that difference between humans and deities. 2,573 more words

Arshae Morningstar reblogged this on Sacred Liminality and commented:

An interesting breakdown of some perceptions (and misperceptions) about apotheosis from a Hellenic perspective. I agree with most of this wholeheartedly, on a personal level as well as how it correlates with the Gnostic understanding of this process.

[Monday] Assorted Links

Happy Monday! Last week of February, and I’m off to my job – I’ll already be working when this post goes up. Over the weekend I also got a sewing machine. 277 more words

Paganism

Apotheosis: The Theological Problems

Recently, I have been doing an in-depth study of apotheosis. For the Hellenic Pagan (and possibly for others, though I would not know), apotheosis is an interesting topic because it can help us to understand that difference between humans and deities. 2,573 more words

Beth reblogged this on Wytch of the North and commented:

I tend to enjoy everything Thenea has to offer on this topic. As usual, much food for thought and well worth reading!