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O Kalends, my Kalends!

This time last year, I presented a ritual at Olympia, Washington, in honour of Rome and Augustus on the occasion of the Kalends of August. I’d like to reiterate my thanks to the organizers of Many Gods West last year, … Continue reading

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

This is the second part of my report-back from the Many Gods West conference in Olympia, Washington. In it I’d like to give my reactions to two rituals I attended at the conference: one presented by the Bakcheion, the other … Continue reading

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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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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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Rituals to come

The theme of my last post was the ritual that (barring the unforeseen) I’ll be presenting at Many Gods West in Olympia on August 1. (Huzzah!) I’m mentioning it again because (a) I don’t think I adequately expressed my pleasure and … 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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