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Hera Telkhinia

Last night, I did a little devotional to Hera to start Hera Telkhinia.

Even though it’s a small holy day, I think it’s a good idea to make some kind of ritual for each God and Goddess before the end of this year (after summer solstice). 164 more words

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When in Greece ♡

Heya Loves ♡

Welcome back to my blog. Its been a while since I’ve put up a full blog, finally today I will be doing so. 269 more words

Glitter With Gloss

On the question of strength

The question of what is meant by strength has always been troubling to me in philosophy.  Amongst the Celts the coward is the reverse of strength, the cauldron never boils food for the coward, and the strongest gets the champions portion at the feast.  855 more words

Philosophy

The Temple of Zeus

It took six hundred years to build and lasted only a century after being pillaged by a barbarian invasion.

Travel

Transilvania 2017 - review - ZEUS (Miguel Calderon, 2016, Mexico)

Miguel Calderon’s feature directorial debut, Zeus, screened in the official competition of the 16th Transilvania International Film Festival. It is the story of a thirty-something-year-old male, Joel (Daniel Saldana), still living at home with his mother, Luisa (Ana Teran), with whom he has a somewhat disturbing relationship. 363 more words

Review

Gratitude Project 2017, Day 10 - Zeus 2.0

Because, while I know my Father enjoys my humour, I also know He had something entirely different in mind.  And though He said a formal prayer wasn’t necessary, I think writing one may make up for my extreme cheekiness.   259 more words

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