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CFS – Anthology of Polytheistic Monasticism

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
Polytheists who identify as monastics are invited to submit personal essays about their experience and practices to be included in an as-yet untitled anthology intended to heighten awareness of this form of Pagan spirituality.…

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Ra Anthology!

Originally posted on Fiercely Bright One:
Photo by Monica. Used with Permission. All Rights Reserved. Solar Flares and Sunbeams: An Anthology for Ra and His Family by Chelsea Luellon Bolton Ra (Re) is the ancient Egyptian God of the Sun. …

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Apollo Devotional, He Who Rules with Honey, still taking Submissions

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Shield of Wisdom will be re-opening for submissions on September first!

Neos Alexandria will finally, finally be getting around to the Athena devotional over here! Whoop Whoop! And we have decided that we will be taking pieces for Minerva as well (yes, I’m still co-editing it). We are hoping for a … Continue reading

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Call for Submissions

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
A colleague of mine within the Northern Tradition is working on a new project. If you have a devotional relationship with the duergar, or have had interactions with Them in the past, please consider…

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Sobek devotional news: Announcing ‘Lord of the Carnelian Temple’

Originally posted on Per Sebek:
Signal boost the shit out of this plz, y/y? :D? OKAY SO. I might have mentioned I’d put my hand up to edit a Sobek devotional anthology with Bibliotheca Alexandrina, and after a lot of…

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For the many gods: a reader challenge

Originally posted on True Pagan Warrior:
I posted to Mousaios the other day for a reason.  When the head of my temple read that prayer during my ritual of ordination, it was unfamiliar to some of us, and one of…

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