Category Archives: Hellenism

Soul Bites Poetry: To Poseidon

Thank you Earth Shaker for shaking my earth yet leaving my better temple standing. -M. Advertisements

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How Do My Gods Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways.

This one gets awfully personal, but we’re all best friends by now, right? Continue reading

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Things I Don’t Believe In … In My Own Religion

More reasons to come to the cult clubhouse with your favorite future cult leader. Let’s talk crap about our own religions! Continue reading

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Couldn’t Remember Today…

…who the main guy is in The Odyssey. … Really. Starts with an “O,” Michelle. Starts with an “O.”

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GodMail from Hermes: Shine

There is a bit of magic in everything that’s shiny. -H.

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I am a Hellenist, but I keep a pearl-esque rosary on my desk. It reminds me of all things beautiful about everyone else’s religion. -M.

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Mythical Chronology

A touch of insomnia last night led me to poking around the far, dusty reaches of the Internet. I found this completely fascinating. I have always wondered about the chronology of the Greek myths—the actual years, (or an educated guesstimate), … Continue reading

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