Monthly Archives: October 2011

Strong Women in the Odyssey

This was my midterm paper for World Lit. Since the subject was the Odyssey, I thought I’d share it here. I had to wait until it was graded and I got permission from the professor to post it. I didn’t … Continue reading

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More Intresting Links

An update on the attack of the Temple of Jupiter Perennus in the Ukraine from M. Horatius Piscinus. Good to know that the priest has been released from the hospital. The bodies of 7 murdered shamans from Peru have been … Continue reading

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Round-up of Interesting Links

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a round-up of interesting links, so this list is going to be a little bit long. A Nova Roma Temple in Ukraine was attacked and vandalized by Orthodox Christians, and the priest … Continue reading

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Festival of Seshat, Lady of Builders

Note: I’m sorry for the variation in font size, I’m having a lot of trouble with WordPress right now. I hope it doesn’t make this post to difficult to read. Tonight I celebrated the Festival of Seshat, Lady of Builders. … Continue reading

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