With the failing of the kick starter as an all or nothing thing, I decided to write here a proposition for those who genuinely want to support getting this done on time. Honestly I gave plenty of time for painting through the summer. What I need is at minimum to be able to purchase canvas […]
Today I came across a piece on Patheos where Angelo Nasios reacts to claims from the famous British Classics scholar Mary Beard, that because there are no modern believers in the ancient Gods she can make controversial claims without having to look over her back. You can read the blog post by Angelo Nasios here. Continue reading
A little impromptu post today, based on a clip which I saw on Facebook. The clip is from a Tamil movie called “Maha Sakthi Mariamman”. The clip shows that the Deities, in this case, a Goddess Whom I do not know the identity of, prefer true piety and devotion to lavish offerings. See for yourself at this URL. Continue reading
A good post on the effects depression can have on daily practice and practice in general.
I’m literally laughing at myself because when I’m catching the bug to write again after coming out of depressive episode, the first thing I see when open the blog up is the title of my last post on the importance of daily practice. A couple of weeks ago, while I was right smack dab in the middle of Elaion’s week long observance of the Eleusinian Mysteries I had a full on meltdown. Gender dysphoria mixed with a really unhealthy ability to let the little things go hit me like a mac truck at full speed and I just stopped. Overly simple of a description, I know, but that’s what happened. I stopped enjoying anything my day brought me and just spiritually and emotionally shut down. Pull the plug. He’s dead Jim. What ever other phrase you have – just pour it all over the Ecco of two weeks ago because…
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Some more news on that painting of Hylas and the Nymphs that was taken from its place by the Manchester Art Gallery.