Tag Archives: Dionysos

Holy Madness

So, a few weeks ago, a Facebook friend posted an article titled, ““5 things that aren’t as magical as you think they are” It sparked an interesting discussion. That alone was cool, but now I’m stuck in isolation (thank you … Continue reading

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Athesteria: Dionysian Festival of Flowers, Sex, and Death

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Round-up of Interesting Links

The Uncomfortable Animism of Cars These comics are hilarious. Heart vs Brain   Some important and interesting thoughts fromĀ a long conversation about miasma and the modern world Everyday Struggles of Your Organs The Need for Pagan Homelands: This article has … Continue reading

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Ancient Egyptian Stories to be Published in English for the First Time!! Cool!! Head Coverings in Roman Tradition Cats in Slavic Mythology Really cool crafty ideas for reusing shutters around the house Man sworn into his city council seat while … Continue reading

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Well friends, I’m sorry that I have been out of commission for a while. Missouri has had an epidemic of the flu going around, and pretty much everybody has been sick. Alex and I both had fevers of 102 degrees … Continue reading

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Holy Crap, those EYES!

Yesterday was the full moon, a day I usually honor Dionysos. I admit I have fallen behind on my schedule. I’m doing to offering Him something tonight, even if it’s late. Check out this incrediable picture of the God I … Continue reading

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Io Saturnalia! A ritual

Originally posted on Temple of Athena the Savior:
Yesterday was the first day of the Roman festival of Saturnalia, the holiday from which most Christmas traditions are taken. It was the most popular Roman holiday, and all business was suspended…

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