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The Goddess Isis

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.…

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GMC: Zeus-Ammon, the Hellenistic Form of Ammon

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

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God of the Month Club: Ammon

I feel really bad about not posting anything for the God Month Club yet, since I’ve been working so hard on Idunna’s post. So I’m posting this directly from my Olympos in Egypt class to save time. I’ll try to … Continue reading

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GMC: Anubis, Opener of the Way

Anubis is the canid Egyptian God of the dead. He protected the pieces of Osiris’ body while Isis collected them, so that He could eventually be resurrected. He oversees mummification and so is associated with immortality. His center of worship … Continue reading

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Who or what is Ma’at?

          Ma’at is both the concept and the Goddess of “right order” — truth, justice, order, harmony with the Kosmos and with other human beings, and piety. She is the fundamental order of the Kosmos. Ma’at is not just one … Continue reading

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GMC: Hathor

The sky and the stars make music to You. The sun and the moon praise You. The Gods exalt You. The Goddesses sing to You. The Temple of Dendera, Ptolemaic Period   The Egyptian Gods are collectively referred to as … Continue reading

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Ptolemy II Philadelphus

  Although Ptolemy II later married his sister Arsinoe in the Egyptian tradition, his first wife is also named Arsinoe (It’s nearly impossible to keep them all separate!). Historians call his first wife Arsinoe I and his sister Arsinoe II … Continue reading

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