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Just wanted to share these beautiful shrines, posted with permission from Sobekemiti Isetemsaf, of Per Sobek.
Like many Pagans, I just don’t feel right if I don’t have have my altars around. Paganism is a religion that requires a minimum of a few tools, and often its adherents can go a little overboard acquiring more and … Continue reading
Originally posted on Temple of Athena the Savior:
If somebody were to take a poll of the most popular Goddesses in modern Paganism, I’d wager that Isis would be one of the highest ranking, somewhere with Hekate, Artemis and Bridged.…
Okay, so the Gods for February from the Neos Alexandria pantheon are Hermes and Aset/Isis, and in “other” category is the Celtic Goddess Mala Laith. Hermes and Isis are both Deities that I have had very close relationship relationships with … Continue reading
Zeus, Father of Gods and men, was one of the most important Gods in Makedonia, as He was in most of Greece. He was in fact called by the title Panhellenios, “Of All the Greeks”. He is the only Greek … Continue reading
Alexander’s ambiguous ancestral anchor Mystifying monarch, mindful [of] magic Merciful magnanimous mentor [to the] Makedonian Ovine oasis openly offering Nile’s nation [it’s] needed nurture.