On Reconstructionism and Modernity

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Today’s post was prompted by a recent discussion I had in a Facebook group I recently joined, which was about a group to discuss Germanic polytheism, though open to other polytheists as well. The discussion concerned homosexuality, and it was pretty much a show of why Germanic polytheism can have a bad name, and why reconstructionism as a method to rebuild our ancient traditions is so often unjustly derided as being static, and basically being re-enactment. Let me explain. Continue reading

Attack on Cultus Deorum

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Today I’m going to write about something that happened just last night, with which I became intimately involved. The Cultus Deorum group on Facebook has disappeared. And it seems like an organised attack on Roman polytheist groups, as others also have vanished. Moreso, the very same thing happened over a year ago to the Hellenic Polytheistic Community group. Continue reading

New Moon Shenanigans

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Today I’m going to talk about perhaps one of the most annoying parts of practicing Hellenic polytheism. The dating of the Noumenia on the appropriate lunar phase. Because there is a lot of confusion sometimes about this, and even I, who has been doing this for years now, sometimes get mistaken. So here we go. Continue reading