Hekate’s Deipnon: Maintaining Your Life

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Today is the Deipnon, and I will be celebrating it for the third time. My first Deipnon was cleaning intensive, my second paltry, and this one I've parceled out a bit over a few days. Other than some dishes, touch ups and reorganizing the pantry, the house is pretty much spotless. So I'm using this Deipnon to completely reorganize my bedroom. I'm looking forward to it.The plant I emptied my Kathiskos, or offering jar, into last month perked up significantly, so I may dose the poorly aloe … [Read more...]

Hekate’s Deipnon: Time To Mop Up

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In Hellenic religion, today is the Deipnon. Part of a 3 day religious observance at the time of the dark and new moon.It's a time to close up unfinished business before the new moon appears. People pay any remaining bills, respond to all correspondence, donate to a food shelter, make offerings to Hekate, and clean house.I've never celebrated the Deipnon before. I'm giving it a shot today, and my roommates are rather serendipitously on board, as they have guests arriving tomorrow, and … [Read more...]

Religion Is Not A Matter Of Style

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Yeah, I know. You already hate this post. Just from the title. I don't care.I read a lot of religious blogs every day, from various faiths. Mormons, Hindus, Pagans, etc... A lot of it is boring or irrelevant to me. I could care less what insight someone has had about the book of Ephesians. I'm not interested in a spell to induce psychic visions. But I skim through these blogs for a lot of reasons. It's good to know what other people are thinking. Some days I think Progressive Christians … [Read more...]


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