I wrote this poem last week, but wanted to petition the Erinyes with it this morning because it is their sacred day. Hail to the goddesses with snakes in their hair, companions of Persephone who speak for countless souls. Please hear my prayer, exacters of justice. To the Erinyes. Children of Nyx, in that grove … Continue reading To the Erinyes on 5 Puanepsion 699.1
I took the day off of work so I could blog about the Erinyes and do some in-the-flesh purification and worship. These are two blog posts from the Old KALLISTI that are relevant to today's holiday.
Five poems for the Erinyes, one about Eumenideia 2013, another about their birth, a third about how awesome they are, one propitiating them, and a final poetic fragment.
Information about the Eumenideia, a holiday for honoring the Eumenides, with a link to a modern Eumenideia ritual.
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.
In which I basically just table-flip everything (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ because I think we deserve better, y'all.