From 2009 to 2012, I spent many nights — often after the Kyklos Apollon ritual, which is why so many of them were written on Sundays — writing weird verse on Twitter. These are all of those tweets, as I am closing that old account.
This is a set of prayer beads that I made a long time ago to represent the Homeric Hymn to Pythian Apollon. For the purposes of the count, I omitted the part where Apollon lays the foundations of his temple, beginning instead with the part I found most meaningful and relevant (at the time I planned … Continue reading Prayer Beads for Apollon
In which I shamelessly self-promote one of my projects.
A collection of snippets from the Old KALLISTI with some 2017 commentary about the importance of purification ceremonies before engaging in some types of religious worship.
Poetic offerings to Hermes, Dionysos, and Apollon from the Old KALLISTI.