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God of the Month Club: Thoughts about Some of Aphrodite’s Aspects Other Than Lady of Love

So I’ve been thinking about why Aphrodite might have chosen to be a part of the God of the Month Club in January instead of February. For those who don’t know, I let the Gods decide Who gets honored each … Continue reading

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GMC: Haides

UGH. I feel terrible for not getting enough writing done, for the God of the Month Club or otherwise. It’s been a really rough couple of months. I think I’m finished with Poseidon, and I hardly covered Haides but I … Continue reading

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GMC: Other Sea Gods and Goddesses

Other Sea Gods and Goddesses “In the waves the Sea-gods (Di Caerulei) dwelt, Aegeon . . . ambiguous Proteus, Triton with his horn; and Doris and her daughters [the Nereides] might be seen, and some were swimming, some on fishes … Continue reading

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How to Make Love to the Ocean

Okay, this made me laugh. I just had to share it. If this post increases the numbers of Poseidon’s lovers, so be it. “Aloeus married Triops’ daughter Iphimedeia, who, however, was in love with Poseidon. She would go down to … Continue reading

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Strong Women in the Odyssey

This was my midterm paper for World Lit. Since the subject was the Odyssey, I thought I’d share it here. I had to wait until it was graded and I got permission from the professor to post it. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Intresting Links

 The world’s first Temple? New Attacks on African Spirituality the Capitoline Venus is on loan for the first time ever Pagan Chaplin Patrick McCollum on why his fight against the California prison system’s “five faiths” policy matters 71 new Ovid … Continue reading

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