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Fall and The Eleusinian Mysteries

So this is the week of the historical Eleusinian Mysteries, which by my calculations started yesterday and will continue until Monday the 11th. The Hellenic Pagan group Hellenion has their monthly communal libation this Saturday, naturally to Demeter and Persephone … Continue reading

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Second Submission to Persephone’s Agon

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
Both by Amanda Artemisia Forrester Hail to You, Silent One, Nameless One! Beautiful flower, with a steel core Who walks the sunlit paths of the world above And the ghostly roads below Only You…

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GMC: Demeter

(a few parts of this post come from Journey to Olympos’ Demeter chapter . More of my meditations and thoughts from this month may similarly work their way into the book.   Demeter is the Goddess of crops and grains, … Continue reading

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