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POEM: To Bona Dea on her feast

O Bona Dea, good goddess,
your name and your secrets have been lost.
Men who were writers speculated,
but women, your worshippers, neither spoke nor wrote. 93 more words

Holy Days

POEM: The middle branch

The river is a strong brown god, indeed–brown
with pollution, sullen with waste, forgotten by
those who worship the machine. The machine
does its duty and the transit bus passes by, 253 more words


Gods of the city

Jove seems to have forgotten this neighborhood where I now work. Or have its residents forgotten him? Two condemned houses stood side by side, their weathered signs testifying they had been condemned years ago. 461 more words


Faunus (Roman)

Also known as: Fauna, Fanus, Fauni Faunus, Pan .

Faunus was one of the oldest Roman deities. he is God of crops, God of Fertility, Inventor of herding, hunting, and husbandry. 52 more words

Magickal Correspondences

Flora & Faunus

Sex! Now that I have your attention, we can explore the festival of Floralia, which is held between April 28th and May 3rd, symbolizing the renewal of the cycle of life, and kicking off our Beltane celebrations. 670 more words


A Sit Down with Faunus

Here is an interview with Admetos of ‪Faunus‬, (Ambient Post Black Metal/Shoegaze/Doom Metal) that I, Jeremy, did with the help of Brandy Janet who also contributed some of the questions. 1,140 more words

Up N Up Metal/Rock Webzine

Faunus, Black Metal Meets Mother Earth


Autumn: Death starts off with a thunderstorm and bells, that somewhat give off a ‘death’ ring. I personally didn’t think of Autumn with this song since I dont associate that season with death, it gave off a different vibe for me. 377 more words

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