Tag Archives: music

Round-up of Interesting Links

So I know I have not been blogging much. I have been very inward focused lately, working on improving myself and staying balanced and stable, improving my health and neglected skills, and my relationships with the Gods. If you’re a … Continue reading

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Aphrodite Agon Entry 5

Originally posted on Beloved in Light:
Laughter-loving Aphrodite by Amanda Forrester Golden-skinned, full-hipped, heavy-breasted Dances and laughs, loves and eats, drinks and plays, Among the Halls of the Gods Our powerful Lady of Love is named as an Olympian But…

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Very Odinic Song…

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
I don’t know what it is, but there’s something about this song that I find oh so very Odinic….

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Beautiful Song

This song is a folk song of the wildlings from the Game of Thrones books, but it’s one of the most beautiful and spiritual songs I’ve ever heard. Sometimes it brings a tear to my eyes, when I’m in a … Continue reading

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GMC: More on Poseidon

Highest of the gods, lord of the sea, Poseidon of the golden trident, Earth-shaker in the swelling brine, Around thee the finny monsters in a ring swim and dance, With nimble flingings of their feet leaping lightly, Snub-nosed hounds with … Continue reading

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The Gods can speak through Music

I absolutely love this song. This is one of the most inspiring, deep, spiritual songs I’ve heard in a while. The first time I heard it, it was almost as if the Gods were speaking directly to me in the … Continue reading

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Apollo’s Sacred Day

Apollo’s day follows His sister Artemis’, just as His birth followed Hers. As She is Goddess of the moon, Apollo is the God of the sun. Of course, both these Deities are much bigger than these single manifestations. But the … Continue reading

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