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 →
Today is that day I give some tips for newbies to Hellenic polytheism. This will be very similar to previous editions of this topic, so be sure to check out the others for any tip that might apply and which I forgot.
Today’s topic is the worst misconceptions about Zeus. However, I kind of already wrote about this extensively in Zeus’s MDT – Day 9: Common Mistakes. I have nothing new to add to this really. So I’ll leave this post at linking back to the ninth post of this MDT.
Today I am supposed to share a time when Zeus did not help me. However, I can’t really think of a particular time when I prayed to Zeus for something and didn’t get it. SO I have nothing to share. Therefore I am sharing the Homeric Hymn to Zeus today.