Monthly Archives: March 2018

By popular demand, part 2: Ðirona

Ðirona, also known as Sirona (and even Sirona and Θirona: tau gallicum for the win!), is a Gaulish deity who should probably get more press than she currently does. Healing! Starlight! Regeneration! Sacred waters! In fact, have I devoted a … Continue reading

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By popular demand, part 1: Mercury

As I mentioned in my post about painting and decorating my new Epona statuette, I’ve had a (monochrome) statuette of Mercury in my domestic shrine area since probably 2005-ish. He’s gone with me from Chicago to Istanbul, and from Niagara … Continue reading

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A vision of Epona

Epona, Gaulish goddess of horses and an august queen among deities, is one of the most famous divine figures from Gaul. After Cernunnos, she is probably the most widely known and widely worshipped today. And she has figured in my … Continue reading

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