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A Response From ULC Monastery Headquarters

Last week, I submitted a letter to the ULC Monastery help desk to offer some constructive criticism regarding an article about Hellenic Polytheism, which was published earlier this month. 592 more words



Epithets are other names that a god is known by due to regions they were worshipped or/and divine associations. The Hellenic Theoi (Greek Gods) have many epithets except for Hestia who due to information about her cults being lost means she has no known epithets; the info we know is that she is a daughter of Chronos and Rhea, is the goddess of the hearth (one of the house gods), never married (one of the virgin gods), and that she gave up her place as an Olympian for Dionysus. 131 more words

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A Letter to the ULC Monastery (Concerning a Recent Post about Hellenic Polytheists)

I’m an ordained minister in the Universal Life Church Monastery. That doesn’t mean a whole lot to some people, given that all one must do to become ordained is fill out a form on the ULC Monastery’s website. 918 more words


The Hellenic Calendar is a Looney One

Meaning it is calculated by the phases of the moon and each month is approximately thirty days long. Most of the days of the month are dedicated to a certain God or task, which tells us that the ancient Greeks were consistently worshipping  and performing rituals within the household as well as outside as a larger community. 343 more words

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July 10, 2016: Uni, Theoi, Family

I need to write more if I’m going to keep my head together.

Uni Semester begins tomorrow, and the last few days I’ve just been falling apart. 418 more words


Athena Lemnia

Athena Lemnia. Metallic Reconstruction of a Roman marble copy of a Greek statue believed to have been sculpted by Phidias. Museum Hessen Kassel, Germany. Photograph: Blofield. 41 more words

An American Hellenic Polytheist's Opinion of the Online Community

I find myself in an interesting position as a Hellenic polytheist. I am not Greek. As far as I know, I am a person of Western European and South American heritage. 1,322 more words

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