Okay, so the Gods for February from the Neos Alexandria pantheon are Hermes and Aset/Isis, and in “other” category is the Celtic Goddess Mala Laith. Hermes and Isis are both Deities that I have had very close relationship relationships with in the past. Hermes showing up for this month is very appropriate, since Alex, Sarah*, and I are making trip back to South Bend, Indiana (we’re relaxing in a motel in Indiapolis right now, Ben* is staying in Missouri with the critters). Hermes has also been extremely active in the last year for me, since leaving South Bend and starting my new life out here. Isis I have not re-connected we as much lately but I’m looking forward to doing so this month. Mala Laith I don’t know anything about and will have to do a lot of research for Her.
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