Tag Archives: Cernunnos

Novena prayer to Mercury

While doing my annual Festivus shopping this year,* I noticed that Galina Krasskova’s novena book In Praise of Hermes had hit the shelves, so naturally I swallowed it up greedily. I was delighted to find myself among the people in … Continue reading

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Ἐπιφανεία of Arduinna

I’ve been silent for too long—at least as far as this blog goes—in part because I’ve been busy with election and other stuff, and in part because I have a rather longish election-themed post that I’m not sure is worth … Continue reading

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Fluctuat nec mergitur

Things have been an all too eventful lately. Like much of the world, my mind is reeling from the scale and the senselessness of the attacks on Friday night in and near Paris. The scores of innocent people killed, and … Continue reading

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Report-back on two speeches from Olympia (part III of III)

This concluding segment of my report-back from the Many Gods West conference in Olympia, Washington, will try to delve into some of the big-picture issues raised by Morpheus Ravenna in her excellent keynote speech (full text here!), as well as … Continue reading

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A most welcome guest

I’d like to welcome into my abode this charming simulacrum of the great Cernunnos, who plays a key role in my devotional practice. As I’ve mentioned elsewhere, I’m a bit picky about my Cernunnos imagery. I really don’t like these … Continue reading

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Pont-Sainte-Maxence

I’d be remiss if I didn’t make mention of a major recent find in Gaulish archæology: a roadside sanctuary at Point-Sainte-Maxence, unique for its size (the building was 70 m long, and nearly 10 m high!) and also the high-quality … Continue reading

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