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Haumeah Covers arrive

Aloha – I received three versions of the cover art for Haumeah, volume 4 of the Demeter series this morning.  I’ve asked the designer to enlarge the back cover description text, but am otherwise satisfied with the cover. 210 more words

Science Fiction

Heilender Kakao

In der Praxis der Heilpraktiker Wanitschek & Vigl kommt die Heilkraft der Schokolade therapeutisch zum Einsatz! Kakaoschokoladen von PACARI werden entsprechend bereits im Wartebereich angeboten, denn die Kraft des Kakaos macht Menschen glücklicher und unterstützt die Gesundungsprozesse! 21 more words


T is for Tantalos

Ack, it’s 8:20 and I’m only just starting today’s post…and it’s Thursday, myth day!  (The whole myths on Thursdays was supposed to let me write ’em in advance and make this easier, not harder…though I didn’t actually have class today anyway, but…)  Okay, gotta jump right in and hope to finish in time to take my much-needed bath! 2,281 more words

Greek Mythology

New and Improved!

This week, as a brief interlude to getting to know our staff (which will continue next week with our Medical Director; Dr David Knight), let’s have a quick look at our… 228 more words


Earrings at FiberWytch!

I now have two pairs of earrings in the shop, and will be adding a whole bunch more soon! (As they’re a lot of fun to make.) For today, I thought I would showcase the ones I have listed right now. 264 more words


An Introduction to Demeter

Demeter was known as a goddess of grain–of fertility, of successful harvests–and therefore a very important deity for an agrarian people. As the devoted mother of Persephone, she is among the most maternal of any of the Greek goddesses. 499 more words


Demeter Prayer Beads and Necklace in Harvest Colors at my Etsy Shop

While it’s far from harvest time where I am (in fact it is snowing out my window again today!), the change of seasons is very much in evidence, as is Demeter’s might. 190 more words