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YTPC Week 6 - Cultural Influences

I have a little time on my hands before work, and just got in from a nice long walk outside in spring-like weather, which for us here in Northern Illinois is magical considering it’s the middle of February! 622 more words


Filidecht Resources

Here are some useful resources.

Breatnach, Liam. “The Caldron of Poesy”. Eriu 32. 1981.

Calder, George. Auraicept na n-Eces: the Scholar’s Primer.https://archive.org/details/auraiceptnancess00calder

Carey, John. 330 more words

Reconstructionism without Zionism: A Guest Post by Rabbi Rebecca Alpert

This guest post was written by my dear friend and colleague Rabbi Rebecca Alpert, currently a Professor of Religion at Temple University. Rebecca was ordained at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in 1976 and served on the college faculty and administration for several years thereafter. 2,602 more words


CR/Gaelic Polytheist Community Boost

If you are interested in Celtic Reconstructionist paths, a Gaelic Polytheist or interested in the Irish/Scottish outsider warrior paths, and you don’t know the work of  Saigh Kym Lambert, you should. 172 more words

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


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