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31 Days Of Spiritual Journaling - Day 4

Discuss a plant or place that is important to you spiritually. Why is it meaningful to you? [source]

There is a plant that is pretty meaningful to us as a family, some of us more-so than others.

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Hellene: A Complex Word and Contemporary Pagan Use

The word “Hellene” can invoke various thoughts. From the concept of Ancient Greece’s shared identity, to Pagans that remained to the Gods, to Emperor Julian’s vision of Hellenic religion, and to the identity of the modern Greek nation. 1,707 more words

31 Days Of Spiritual Journaling - Day 3

Teach/describe one of your key spiritual practices. (mindfulness, meditation, grounding, prayer, ritual…) [source]

Okay, so one of our personal rituals (or a tradition really…) is the observation of the moon.

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31 Days Of Spiritual Journaling - Day 1

Before I begin, it is worth noting that the topic of religion and spirituality – Hellenic Polytheism (or paganism) specifically – is going to come up a lot. 247 more words

Dionysos Bookmark Now Available

I was recently contacted to design a bookmark in honor of the Greek God Dionysos. The bookmark is a dual-sided design: each side with its own unique look developed from surviving archaeological depictions of this beloved Greek God, ranging from mosaic tiles to statuary. 48 more words


Not Just the Flower Child

I am not frozen in time.

Too many of you do not realize

that gods, too, can change and grow;

we are not fixed and unmoving like our marble statues. 268 more words



Did anybody else notice that the Festival of the Marriage of Zeus and Hera falls on VALENTINE’S DAY this year????? It’s a good thing I don’t have an significant other, so they can’t get offended when I say I’m going to spend the day with the Gods instead  of them.