I've made a new tag called "you are new!" that will collect a series of posts that are of special interest to new polytheists. The first thing I would like to highlight is the book God Against the Gods (Jonathan Kirsch, 2004). Most of this post is drawn from a review I put on Old KALLISTI … Continue reading God Against the Gods: Still a Great Intro Read
A few years ago, we had a successful (albeit small) Hellenic Polytheist meetup in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This was during the contact high phase after the Polytheist Leadership Conference, back in the year PSVL was involved in the West Coast spin-off event; Galina and Rhyd weren’t shouting at each other publicly; and across the Internet, … Continue reading Polytheism: Where We Are and Where We Can Go
The Delphic Maxims, Tenets of Solon, and the complexity of ethics.
In which I discover a piece for Hermes in an old writing notes journal and show y'all the text and scans.
After a brief thank-you for Hermes and the Mousai, I discuss blogging, the importance of editing, and finding efficacy.
This is why it is important to know what you're getting into when you start praying to a god, as I found out when I was sixteen.
A poetic offering to Hera reposted from the Old KALLISTI. There is also some background information about Hera's epithets that influenced the thematic choices I made.