November 5, 2019

How should we approach warning about the dangers of interacting with Deities? Read more

October 20, 2019

After five years dormant, ‘Dalliances with Deities’ will once again be active here at Patheos! Read more

May 14, 2014

When it comes to the Ophelia, the Clarene is a mess. Read more

May 10, 2014

Violence may bring us back into alignment when we have fallen out, but for the People, it is hardly the first option. Read more

May 6, 2014

Blogging here has encouraged me to become more professional and polished. It’s made me think about what I’m writing about and how to write about it, how to convey what the gods want me to say. Read more

April 29, 2014

We’re focusing on mundane practices that are associated with the Clarene. We can, of course, make these devotional acts if we dedicate them to her, and she may well instruct us to learn some of her crafts so we may serve her better. Perhaps we simply enjoy doing them, however, and can give our joy to the gods. Read more

April 21, 2014

Violence certainly holds redemption, but that violence can just as easily become nothing more than revenge. Read more

April 16, 2014

Today’s prompt focuses on how the god’s worship has changed in modern times – but the Clarene is a modern god, so it’s begun in modern times! So, instead, I will focus on what her worship looks like now and what it might look like in the future. Read more

April 14, 2014

For the next few weeks, we’ll be delving into the 30 Days of Devotion, a devotional writing project that helps us explore the gods we worship. We will do each of these for each of the Four Gods. If you are an Other Person or exploring the Four Gods, feel free to add your own comments – or join in! If you have another topic you would like to see written on, you can email me (aine@daoineile.com) or message me… Read more

April 8, 2014

I’ve mentioned before that the Clarene is a god of tending the earth, not the land itself, and so she’s not ‘in everything around us’. Her daughter/son/child the Laetha is the West itself, and so we can say that the Laetha is in everything under our feet, but the matter is still more complex than that. There are, however, places where the Clarene does surround us. Read more

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