Tag: 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 global pandemic), and I’m turning my original comments into an essay. I’m bored. Y’all are…

Round-up of Interesting Links

The Uncomfortable Animism of Cars These comics are hilarious. Heart vs Brain   Some important and interesting thoughts from a long conversation about miasma and the modern world Everyday Struggles of Your Organs The Need for Pagan Homelands: This article has caused some controversy, but I mostly agree with him. He has a blunt way of…

Bakcheion

Sannion’s online Temple for the Starry Bull Tradition, the Bakcheion, is now live, and yours truly has contributed poetry to the temple pages for Athena, Arakhne, Dionysos, the Muses, Kybele, Artemis, Ariadne, Semele, and Hermes. Check it out, and consider contributing some of your own work. Evoe!

EHS – Dionysos in the Bacchae

The Winter Solstice issue of EHS is out! I have an essay published in it regarding Dionysus in Euripides’ The Bacchae, which I will reproduce below. However, you really should go check it out. There is a lot of beautiful poetry, an essay about Aphrodite, reviews, fiction, and other interesting things. — The Bacchae is…