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Pagan Generation By Luthaneal Adams
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A book presenting a detailed view of modern Paganism, featuring chapters on the different Pagan paths and how to follow them, including Wicca, Druidry, Heathenry, Shamanism and more. Pagan... More > Generation will also help you to construct a Pagan practice, relevant to the type of Paganism that calls to you. You'll find advise on how to construct your own rituals, create a shrine or altar, and the varied beliefs and practices of Paganism. You'll find information on how to honour the ancient Greek Gods, just like the ancient Greeks. You'll learn the ways of ancient Egyptian Paganism, as well as what the ancient Celts did and how you can do it, too. Plus, magic, how to use it and how it was used by the ancient Pagans. How to create sacred space and the ins and outs of group and solitary practice.< Less
Lives and Prayers of the Greek Heroes and Heroines: Pagan Books For Everyday Life By Chris Aldridge
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If you enjoy learning about and praying to the ancient Greek Heroes and Heroines in your Pagan life, this is a perfect book for you. Made in small size, it is perfect for travel or the home altar,... More > and contains fully colored illustrations of Greek Heroes, their stories, reflections, patronages and beautifully written prayers to them for your personal spiritual life. And thus, the Gods give them to us, their magnificent Heroes and Heroines.< Less
Pagan Life Academy By Selina Rifkin
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Explore the wheel of the year through this series of eight myths, with study questions and rituals created especially for Pagan inmates, chaplains, and prison volunteers. Each is drawn from a... More > different Pagan source, including Greek, Egyptian, Native American Indian, Norse, Irish, and Roman. Pagan Life Academy lessons each focus on a character-building virtue, all of which create a foundation for transformed living. Each lesson includes: ∙ A story from mythology ∙ A ritual for one holiday ∙ Some questions to think about and answer ∙ Basic instructions for holding a ritual ∙ Poetry and words to chants written for the lesson ∙ A chart of nature, color, and spiritual correspondences Available individually from Cherry Hill Seminary, this newly-published book makes all the lessons available in one volume. This should be particularly helpful for prison chaplains and volunteers.< Less
Devotion: Prayers to the Gods of the Greeks By Hearthstone
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We all know the Greek gods. They are a part of our world, our culture. We learn about them from literature, poetry and art. We see them in movies, on television. We know them. We know that Athena... More > loves wisdom and is the patroness of clever heroes. We know of Apollo's many tragic loves and of Dionysos' devotion to his Ariadne. We know their stories, and we know them. This book, a collection of prayers to the Greek gods written by a modern devotee, is dedicated to them. 3rd edition.< Less
Devotion: Prayers to the Gods of the Greeks By Hearthstone
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We all know the Greek gods. They are a part of our world, our culture. We learn about them from literature, poetry and art. We see them in movies, on television. We know them. We know that Athena... More > loves wisdom and is the patroness of clever heroes. We know of Apollo's many tragic loves and of Dionysos' devotion to his Ariadne. We know their stories, and we know them. This book, a collection of prayers to the Greek gods written by a modern devotee, is dedicated to them. 2nd edition.< Less
Orestes [Greek, Modern (1453-)] By Euripides
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Orestes (died 28 August AD 476) was a Roman general and politician of Pannonian ancestry, who was briefly in control of the remnant Western Roman Empire in 475 and 476.Born to a Roman aristocratic... More > family from Pannonia Savia, Orestes was son of Tatulus, a pagan, and son-in-law to Romulus who served as comes in the Western Roman Empire. After Pannonia was ceded to Attila the Hun, Orestes joined Attila's court, reaching high position as a secretary (notarius) in 449 and 452. In 449, Orestes was sent by Attila twice to Constantinople as envoy to Emperor Theodosius II.In 475, Orestes was appointed magister militum and patricius by Western Roman Emperor Julius Nepos. This proved to be a mistake on the part of Nepos. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orestes_(father_of_Romulus_Augustulus) Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
In Praise of Olympus: Prayers to the Greek Gods By Hearthstone
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A book of prayers to the Greek gods, written by a modern devotee. Includes prayers to the twelve Olympians and other ancient Hellenic gods, presented for present-day pagans.
In Praise of Olympus: Prayers to the Greek Gods By Hearthstone
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Prayers to the Greek gods by a modern devotee.
Justin Martyr 'Hortatory address to the Greeks' By Apostle Horn
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Justin Martyr was born around 100 AD at Flavia Neapolis (today Nablus) in Samaria into a pagan family, and defined himself as a gentile. His grandfather, Bacchius, had a Greek name, while his father,... More > Priscus, bore a Latin name, which has led to speculations that his ancestors may have settled in Neapolis soon after its establishment or that they were descended from a Roman "diplomatic" community that had been sent there.< Less
Plutarch “The Roman and Greek Questions” By Apostle Horn
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Plutarch was born in 46 C.E. in Chaeronea, in Boeotia, Greece, and died about 119-127. He was one of the two priests of Apollo at the Oracle of Delphi. His skills as a writer and speaker brought him... More > fame in the first century Roman Empire. Often cited in other books at this site, of interest are the extensive passages where he discusses puzzling points about ancient Paganism. In spite of his priestly background, Plutarch was a bit of a free thinker, and loved to speculate multiple explanations for natural and cultural phenomena. As such, he is one of the predecessors of modern social science.< Less

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