Tag Archives: Athena

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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A new form?

So, today I read a couple of really good articles on different aspects of Heathen Gods. It were Dagulf Loptson’s Loki’s Roads and Sarenth’s post about some of Odin’s heiti. They are great articles on their own, that provide a little insight into … Continue reading

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