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A good book, now updated

Posted by Erik on July 30, 2008

From Sarah Winter/Oinokhoe:

I am happy to announce the release of the second edition of my book, Kharis: Hellenic Polytheism Explored. Read the rest of this entry »

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Odd old essay

Posted by Erik on June 26, 2008

A short piece (16 pages, including covers and title page) from 1858, by George Otto Trevelyan:

The Cambridge Dionysia, a classic dream Read the rest of this entry »

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Father/Mythos

Posted by Erik on June 14, 2008

Father/Mythos

“Father of Gods and men” Read the rest of this entry »

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And another…

Posted by Erik on May 13, 2008

I’m planning to write a substantive post tomorrow, when I’ll be off work and have the house to myself for most of the day… but until then, I invite you to check out this review of a recent history of the Greek conversion to Christianity.

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Artemis devotional – call for submissions

Posted by Erik on March 21, 2008

[cross-posted from the NA list]

Khairete!

I am pleased to announce that the members of Neos Alexandria have begun work
on the third volume in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Read the rest of this entry »

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Divine personality types

Posted by Erik on March 21, 2008

Breakfast With Pandora has a very entertaining series of posts wherein he assigns Meyers-Briggs profiles to the Theoi. As a confirmed INFP, I’m not surprised to find myself keeping company with Hephaistos.

Also, I’ve added a couple of links to the Pagan (now “and Classical”) Links page. Happy Friday.  ;)

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*Another* new Hellenic book

Posted by Erik on February 12, 2008

Not from or associated with Neos Alexandria, or me in any way… just posting it as a service to the community.

Friends, colleagues, and fellow Pagans,

I am pleased to announce the publication of my first book: Dancing in Moonlight: Understanding Artemis Through Celebration. Read the rest of this entry »

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New devotional volume for Dionysos

Posted by Erik on February 6, 2008

[UPDATED 2/6/08: Written in Wine is now also available from Amazon.com, for anyone who doesn't want to create yet another account... but I would still encourage purchasing from the CreateSpace site, as Amazon takes a larger bite of the purchase price.]

[cross-posted from the Neos Alexandria list]

It is with a great deal of pride that I am finally and happily able to announce that the first volume in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina has been completed and is available for purchase! Read the rest of this entry »

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Classics and comics

Posted by Erik on February 5, 2008

Heh – I think I beat Chas to an academic subject for once!

Karen Green at Comixology has posted about her recent experiences at the APA and ALA conferences – where one of the hot topics was comics. Read the rest of this entry »

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teach your children well…

Posted by Erik on February 3, 2008

Fluffy blogging today!

So, I’ve been having fun assembling a Playmobil shrine with my 7-year-old… it’s still a work in progress. We have eight Hellenic deities represented so far Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in children, Hellenism | 13 Comments »

 
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