Hera’s Month of Devotional Thought: Day 26 – Sharing a time when Hera didn’t help me

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Following up on yesterday’s topic, I should now share a time when Hera did not help when I prayed to her. But, for the same reason as yesterday, I am unable to do so. So, like yesterday, I’ll share hymn dedicated to Hera today. This time the Homeric one.

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Hera’s Month of Devotional Thought: Day 25 – Sharing a time when Hera helped me

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Today is a rather difficult topic. I am supposed to share a time when Hera has helped me, yet I never had much of a relationship with her in the past, or really requested anything specific when praying to her. So I don’t have a time to tell about, when Hera helped me (that I know of, perhaps she helped me beyond my knowing of it). SO Instead I’ll just share the Orphic Hymn to Hera today.

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Hera’s Month of Devotional Thought: Day 9 – Common Mistakes

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Today I will discuss some common mistakes or misunderstandings or misrepresentations about Hera. I am sure they will be pretty common knowledge among Hellenic polytheists, but it’s still an important topic to discuss in regards to how she is viewed by outsiders. Continue reading

Hera’s Month of Devotional Thought: Day 5 – Family & Genealogy

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Today I will answer the fifth question in the list: who are members of the family/genealogical connections of Hera? I will stick strictly to her direct relationships, that is her husband and blood relatives.

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