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The Future of the Temple of Athena the Savior

I meant to write this post a lot sooner, but a lot has happened that has gotten in the way and I have kinda been avoiding it while I think about the right way to phase this message. So, here … Continue reading

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Classes, books, and other projects

Well, I just finished the writing for the last of my classes on Alexandria and Greco-Egyptian Paganism. Sunday will be the last class. I have mixed feelings about it ending. It had to happen sooner or later, but I have … Continue reading

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This week’s festivals

Tuesday was the Ides of March, the death of Julius Caesar. This was my first year celebrating it, although I have always admired him greatly. It was a simple celebration, just myself. I arranged the altar with Roman symbols, such … Continue reading

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Busy Religious Schedule

Things are about to get very busy for me religiously. This Friday I’m holding a public Adoration of Aphrodite ritual. This is not a ancient festival but a modern ritual I wrote to celebrate the Golden Goddess since we are … Continue reading

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Khairete! Em hotep! Welcome to the Temple of Athena the Savior

Hello all and welcome to the inaugurating post of the Temple of Athena the Savior! My name is Amanda Sioux Blake, although you can just call me Amanda. I am the Templekeeper of the real-life Temple of Athena the Savior, … Continue reading

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