Category Archives: Hermes

Who Let the Dogs In? What Right Have You to Pray to My Gods?

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Rocky the Raccoon Bringeth Glad Tidings from the Gods

Freud says, “Sometimes a raccoon is just a raccoon.” Yeah, well… sometimes it ain’t. Read all about it in today’s post. Continue reading

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Prayer for the Empire

To the god who loves to roll and nuzzle into mortal filth the way a dog does warm grass in a shit-strewn dog park I offer my sea-less Empire. The zit-faced babies in their wife-beaters who hang at the shop across … Continue reading

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God at Rest

“All I mean to imply is that, other things being equal, a heroic figure at rest has a greater transporting power than one which is shown in action.” -Aldous Huxley, Heaven and Hell I think this is less about the … Continue reading

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Conversing with Gods: Excreta

Me: Given the myth of Orion, I suppose it’s safe to say gods pee. Hermes: Yes. Gods “excrete”, but we have a much holier way of wiping our asses.

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If Hermes’ lean and glorious body were the vast Mojave desert, Las Vegas would be his golden erection.


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All the Glorious Tale of His Own Begetting

This is enchanting in every way. I know the musician in this video meant his performance to evoke scenes of King David, but as a Hellenist, it puts me in mind rather of a young god, golden curls shining, blithely … Continue reading

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