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Resources on Hellenic Theology

Posted by Erik on May 12, 2010

Apuleius Platonicus is posting a nice series on Stoic theology – there are two parts up so far. Also, I highly recommend Annyikha/Kayleigh’s ongoing series, “How Sallustius Made Me a Hellenist” (part 1, part 2, part 3).

Good stuff – go forth and read!

Posted in Blogroll, Hellenic blogs, Hellenism, resources, scholarship, theology | Leave a Comment »

trad. arr.

Posted by Erik on March 22, 2010

[NOTE: For those who are not folk music buffs, the title of this post is standard musical shorthand for "traditional; arranged by..."] Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Druidry, Hellenism, paganism, philosophy, religion | 2 Comments »

reminder: Zeus devotional still open

Posted by Erik on March 6, 2010

Just wanted to remind everyone that the Bibliotheca Alexandrina devotional volume for Zeus is still accepting submissions until the end of March; your words are still needed! (I’m hoping to have a submission in this one myself, if I can find the time and inspiration.)

There are also devotionals in the works for the Dioskouroi (Castor and Pollux) and for Pan that are open until July 1.

Details on all of these can be found here.

(And yes, I really am still working on this blog, I’ve just been overwhelmed this week… I hope to finish up this long post I’m working on tomorrow, if I can find ten minutes together!)

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Old Gods, new connections

Posted by Erik on February 18, 2010

A handful of semi-related items today… Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Hellenism, theology | 7 Comments »

On not talking with the Gods

Posted by Erik on February 4, 2010

Note: this post grew out of a comment I made on Erl_queen’s LJ the other day.

I realized a long time ago that I am not going to fit into the mainstream of any religious community, even a Pagan one; as my wife puts it, we’re sort of the “fuzz on the end of the string on the fringe”, wherever we are. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Hellenism, paganism, philosophy, theology | 19 Comments »

A Hellenic blog I missed

Posted by Erik on January 22, 2010

The online Hellenismos community continues to grow! I came across another blog today, that shows potential – The Mirror Palace, by “Laria”. Read the rest of this entry »

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Archeology and the Iliad

Posted by Erik on January 21, 2010

Wow, it’s been a long time since I posted anything meaningful… Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Hellenism, history | Leave a Comment »

Patron of the Internet?

Posted by Erik on December 29, 2009

I have long honored Hermes as my professional (IT) patron, and more generally as the patron of the Internet; some of His most common associations, as patron of commerce and of communication (and of thieves, let’s face it :) make this new one fairly obvious. However, I have recently had cause to rethink this a bit; not to minimize His importance, but to consider Another Who may have just claim to share these honors – Athena. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Hellenism, theology | 5 Comments »

A song for Hades

Posted by Erik on December 12, 2009

Kula Shaker, “Shadowlands”. I’d listened to the song before without making the connection, but today I listened to it right after their track Persephone from the same album, and it absolutely hit me over the head – this is His love song to His Queen! Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Hellenism, music | 2 Comments »

New devotional to Hekate released

Posted by Erik on December 8, 2009

Forwarded from Sannion:

I am very happy to announce the release of Bearing Torches: A devotional anthology for Hekate Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in books, Hellenism | 2 Comments »

 
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