Tag: Hestia

Call for Submissions: Devotional to Hestia

I’m excited to see this one happening. Hestia doesn’t get a lot of attention, She  deserves a devotional of Her own. I hope there are lots of good submissions, so please spread this call far and wide! Original post here. —- Bibliotheca Alexandrina is seeking submissions for a devotional anthology to honor the least and…

Greco-Egyptian Noumenia Ritual

So, today is the Noumenia, the New month in the Greek Calendar. Although Noumenia means literally “New Moon”, it is not on what is astrologically called the new moon, which is really the dark moon. Rather, it occurs a few days later, when the first sliver of light appeared. It was considered one of the…

Household Worship

I’ve been thinking about household worship. This is not surprising, I suppose, since I am about to move. But I’m not really changing households. Essentially, I am the child going away to college, although in my case I will be moving back in with my father and brother for the school year, and in the…

Call for Submissions – Devotional for Independent Goddesses of All Pantheons

Unto Herself: A Devotional Anthology for Independent Goddesses Call for submissions! We are seeking submissions for a devotional anthology for a cross-pantheon look at virgin Goddesses. This includes Goddesses such as Artemis, Athena, and Hestia, but also those from other pantheons. Pieces in honor of any Goddess from any pantheon who operates without a male consort are…