Tag Archives: Dea Roma

Report-back from Olympia! (part I of III)

Well, I think it’s fair to say that the inaugural Many Gods West conference in Olympia, Washington, was even more successful than any rational person could have hoped. The people attending brought with them a compelling blend of sincerity, devotion, … Continue reading

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And for those who don’t like Gaul … there’s Gaul! :-)

Well, the final program for Many Gods West is out, and it’s a humdinger! Permit me to point out once again the high profile that Gaulish and Gallo-Roman polytheism will have for this event, which just makes my heart sing. … Continue reading

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Win honour for your whole tribe!

Many Gods West is an alarming invigorating three weeks away! As I’ve mentioned in one or two previous posts, I’ll be presenting a ritual in honour of Dea Roma and Divus Augustus. I say “presenting” advisedly, because I will not … Continue reading

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Romae et Augustae

As usual, I feel like I’ve got tons to say and not nearly enough mental focus to get it all down! I should have announced this earlier, but, conveniently, if I post now, it’ll go up on the dies natalis … Continue reading

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Why Karl Jenkins is my ‘Lugnasad’ soundtrack

First off, a bajillion thank-yous to all those who’ve blogged about the Polytheist Leadership Conference and made those of us who couldn’t go feel like vicarious participants. I hope to write some responses to some of those posts in the … Continue reading

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