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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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Hermes Agon ends in a week

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
January’s Hermes Agon ends in about a week. If you’ve been thinking about submitting something, now’s the time to do it. 

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Call for Submissions – 1 week left!

Melia Phosphorou is seeking submissions for He Who Rules With Honey, a devotional anthology in honor of Apollon.  Submissions open January 4, 2016 and close January 24, 2017, with an expected relea… Source: Call for Submissions

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Novena for Apollon Call for Submissions

Originally posted on Beloved in Light:
Inspired by G alina, now that I have wrapped up Before the Doors: A Domestic Worship of Apollon, I am doing a nine day novena. This will be non profit, published for price of…

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Call for Submissions: Devotional to Hestia

I’m excited to see this one happening. Hestia doesn’t get a lot of attention, She  deserves a devotional of Her own. I hope there are lots of good submissions, so please spread this call far and wide! Original post here. … Continue reading

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