Tag Archives: Athena

Athena Agon Submission: Athena of Farmers

This is my submission Alexeigynaix’s Athena Agon, and to that Athena devotional as well.   Athena of Farmers by Amanda Artemisia Forrester   My Lady Athena I have worshiped You for decades now, Since my heart first lurched at the … Continue reading

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Athena Artistic Agon in April, and Call for Submissions for Athena Devotional

Originally posted on Never Unmindful:
In honor of Athena, I am running an artistic contest. Submissions to the agon in any Internet-suitable artistic medium?poetry, photography, sketches, skit scripts, and so forth?are welcome. Please email them to alexeigynaix at gmail dot…

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My Portable Altar Kit

Like many Pagans, I just don’t feel right if I don’t have have my altars around. Paganism is a religion that requires a minimum of a few tools, and often its adherents can go a little overboard acquiring more and … Continue reading

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Prayer to Athena Xenia

  A moving prayer to Athena Xenia, the guardian of strangers and foreigners, with permission from the creator,  Rev. Jan Avende, whose blog can be found here.  

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Mighty Athena

Somehow I accidentally deleted the post of this collage from yesterday. So, here it is again, my devotional college for Athena, my first time doing a digital collage. Much less messy than a making a physical college, without all the … Continue reading

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New Prayer Cards

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
The following prayer cards will shortly be available:  Metis by Grace Palmer (part of the Mother’s Prayer Card Series) Ninlil by Basil Blake Ninshubur by Basil Blake

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Short Prayers for the Sacred Days of the Lunar Month

these are short prayers for the sacred days of the lunar month. I wrote these years ago, when I first book, Songs of Praise, was published. Most of these are historically attested to as the Athenians considered the days sacred … Continue reading

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