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Zeus Ktesios and Minimalism

On my former blog, I started posting about lifestyle minimalism, and part of the subtitle for this new blog includes minimalism and its practices. I’d like to bring my blog out of the tangents of the past few weeks and back into its central purpose. 1,153 more words


Teaching Devotion

One of my favourite TV shows is Rome. It has faults as in simplification of historical events and for dramatic purposes expanded on real characters which boarders on fantasy, but in general it is an entertaining and beautiful TV series. 530 more words


On Hades

Hades has plenty of mythological evidence surrounding Him. I don’t think any of us can doubt that. I do think, however, that our fear of death prevents us from understanding Him in any appreciable capacity, despite the fact that His mythos is larger and more complete than the mythological records of any of the Gods I mentioned in prior posts. 294 more words

God Of The Underworld

How I Organize My Days

Warning: This post gets into the nitty-gritty of my personal life organization style. Monday through Friday (barring holidays), I wake up at 6:30 AM, and I spend 5-10 minutes praying at ~7:15 AM before I make my coffee. 716 more words


My Polytheism: A History, A Process of Becoming

My polytheism is based on historical practices, but not chained to them. My polytheism has a vast matrix of gods, only some of whom I worship. 1,170 more words


A Canvas for a King

Mercury has gone retrograde once again and this time it’s doing its dance with my natal retrograde that happens to reside in Virgo as well. Interestingly enough, the hiccups that have come to be expected with this transit hasn’t struck me quite yet. 539 more words


Festival of the Heroines

Today, August 22, the Attic deme Erchia (south of present Sparta) celebrated a festival in honor of the Heroines. Make time today to speak the names and make offerings to the heroines who are important to you, those from myth and legend, as well as those from history, that their memory will be eternal and their fame glorious. 28 more words