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A Polytheist Perspective on “American Gods”

So, I finally watched American Gods last fall. Despite the hype, I wasn’t going to, because I’m not a fan of the “Gods need our prayers, worship, and belief to live” trope. I’m not sure whether I hate that trope … Continue reading

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Pagans and Money

I was going to include these in my next Round-Up of Interesting Links, but I decided that TP Ward’s posts on the theme of Pagans and money deserves its own entire intro. It deserves to be considered on its own. … Continue reading

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Homesteading: Confronting Death

About month ago, we killed and ate our rooster. (I’ve  been behind on my blogging, there has been a lot of work to do) This was the first time we have actually slaughtered an animal. Of course, this is a … Continue reading

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Artemis Agon Submission: A Homesteader’s Prayer

My submission to Lykeia’s Agon for Artemis in honor of Mounykhia. Still a week left if you want to submit something!   A Homesteader’s Prayer to Artemis by Amanda Artemisia Forrester   O Artemis, bright daughter of Leto, Who knows … Continue reading

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Athena Agon Submission: Athena of Farmers

This is my submission Alexeigynaix’s Athena Agon, and to that Athena devotional as well.   Athena of Farmers by Amanda Artemisia Forrester   My Lady Athena I have worshiped You for decades now, Since my heart first lurched at the … Continue reading

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Tribal Jarawa Society Facing Abuse and Extinction

The genesis of this article came about when I read “Jarawa Hunter-Gatherers Say They Don’t Want to Be a Part of Our World”, which addresses the problems facing a remote tribe that lives on an island off the coast of … Continue reading

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Cerialia

So, we are in the midst of the the ancient Roman festival for Ceres. This festival in Rome usually lasted about a week, but I’ll probably be doing my ritual on the 19th, since Ovid mentions that as being the … Continue reading

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