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PRODUCT REVEIW: Uni (Hera) Anointing Oil From Lykeia’s Botanica – 5 stars!

I really love to have ritual items and icons that were crafted by other Polytheists, because you know that love for the Gods were poured into it during its creation. That love and devotion has it’s own energy, and it … Continue reading

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March GMC Poetry: Hermes Ascrostic

Hospitality’s guardian, with Zeus He protects travelers Ephemeral magician, liminal laughing thief Rustic God Who dances with nymphs, father of panic-inducing Pan Messenger wandering, twisting words like spells Enthusiastic bestower of persuasion Shepherd’s companion and guardian of borders

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March GMC: Hermes of the Homeless

A few lines in the last poem sent me on a tangent, and I liked it but it didn’t fit within that particular praise-poem. So I split it into two separate hymns. This is the second, Hermes of the Homeless. … Continue reading

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March GMC Poetry: Facets of Hermes

Yes, I know, I’m more than a week late. I’m considering cutting the God of the Month Club down to two Deities a month instead of three. I’ll have to do some divination on that subject. Facets of Hermes by … Continue reading

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My Submisson to Lykeia’s Hera Agon

Hail to the Goddess of Life By Amanda Artemisia Forrester Rich-haired Hera, arrayed in peacock feathers Many have sung of You as wife of Great Zeus and Queen of Shining Olympos But today I wish to hymn to You alone, … Continue reading

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Beautiful Shrine Video

Just wanted to share these beautiful shrines, posted with permission from Sobekemiti Isetemsaf, of Per Sobek.

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My Portable Altar Kit

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

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