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I met Hermes Trismegistus... I think?

I think I just met Hermes Trismegistus. Here’s how I tried to wrap my brain around this very bizarre experience. Forgive my ignorance on the subject matter–this is all incredibly new to me.  1,441 more words

Household Worship, Brass-Tacks Style

Household worship is the cornerstone of traditional Hellenic practice. While we can cultivate wonderful devotional relationships with individual gods or groups of gods, the core that unites us is the cycle of practical rituals and ritual methods. 1,756 more words

Poytheism

(Bookish) Hellenic Musings: Apollo

Apollo is the Hellenic god of prophecy, archery, truth, music, and the plague. He is also associated with the sun. He is the twin of the maiden-goddess Artemis. 529 more words

My Religious Rings

The first religious ring I wore for a Hellenic god was a ring for Apollon. I purchased it from a store in Ithaca, NY. It is a snake. 382 more words

Poytheism

"Drive Safe"

Tears stream down my face as I stare at the harsh glow of a red stoplight. My dad is in the passenger seat is trying to tell me something, but I can’t really hear it. 732 more words

Hey, Inner Voice?

Some days, you just don’t feel like you’re matching up to people’s expectations.

Some days, it seems like you’re not progressing–instead, you’re moving backwards. And everyone can tell. 565 more words

Essay: My Altar and Shrine

This is the fifth essay here on DD.

Here I am going to talk about my altar and shrine! 604 more words

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