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The Problem with Celtic Reconstructionism

A couple of months ago I attempted to practice Celtic Reconstructionism and almost a month into doing it I found problems. One of the main problems is that we don’t really know much about the ancient Celts. 370 more words

A Month of Devotional Thought: Hebe

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Today comes the second post in the Month of Devotional Thought series, this time about Hebe (Ἥβη). She is a cupbearer of the Gods, Goddess of Youth, and when Herakles (Ἡρακλῆς) ascended to Olympos (Ὄλυμπος) and took his place among the Blessed Gods, Zeus gave her hand to him in marriage. 551 more words

Polytheism

A Month of Devotional Thought: Enyo

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The first of my blog posts about lesser known deities will be about Enyo (Ἐνυώ). She is a Goddess of War who is closely associated with Ares (Ἄρης). 672 more words

Polytheism

A Month of Devotional Thought

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This post isn’t going to be too long, I am merely going to explain something I will be doing this month. Galina over at Gangleri’s Grove has suggested that during the month of August people write a blogpost a day on a specific deity, each day about something else in connection to the deity in question. 126 more words

Polytheism

On the Worship of Kronos

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Today, since it’s the time for the Kronia festival in the Classical Attic calendar that most Hellenic polytheists use (in greater or lesser degree), I thought it would be a good time to talk about the worship of Kronos. 1,280 more words

Polytheism

The recons flee defeated on Christology

Here’s the context behind my recent post on Rushdoony.  I participated on a facebook thread where several kinist-reconstructionists were attacking Eastern Orthodoxy.  That put me in an odd decision, for I, too, have criticized EO.   1,118 more words

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