Pantheon

17 Jun 19
adventures of a typical high school student

Hello from Rome everyone! Today was our first full day in Rome and even though we got off to a late start, we were able to do and see so much. We woke up at 7:30am and went to eat breakfast in the main building of the hotel which was amazing! There were so many […]

17 Jun 19
Rod's Ramblings

A look at the short-story and some of its best exponents across the literary landscape I recall an English teacher once asking the class to write a short-story on any subject they chose. His only instruction was, ‘Keep it short, keep it simple!’ And that is really the art of the short-story. It goes without […]

17 Jun 19
Blogs and Stray Articles

Another detour here from the usual kind of material, this one the only thing I think I’ve ever written about baseball. It was also the first thing I ever published, coming about three weeks before my retelling of an old Russian fairy tale appeared in ThreePenny Review, and several months before my first scholarly piece […]

17 Jun 19
McKoysNews.com

Jamaica News: President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has hailed late former Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Edward Seaga as an illustrious leader who “will forever have a secure place in the pantheon of outstanding Caribbean and Jamaican statesmen”. The President, who signed the condolence book for Mr. Seaga at […]

17 Jun 19
Lizzy in Italy

Yesterday I landed in Rome and met up with my friend Amit! We checked in to the hostel and then hit the road to explore! We walked most of the city, ate lasagna and mushroom spaghetti for lunch, and took lots of pictures! At the end of the day, we had free pasta at the […]

17 Jun 19
Frater 273 | Reflections on Thelema

All your Grades, all Oaths, tasks and achievements are just a mere fantasy of the Self which lies in its Pyramid. And all the time while you project this, dreaming quietly in the tomb, your soul rushes toward stars; yea, your soul rushes towards stars.

17 Jun 19
Preetpal is Stuck in the World

Thor. It is hard to imagine a world without the hammer slinging, golden retriever, family loving, God. Thor (the movie) was the best way to introduce us the viewer to the Pantheon (haha Grecian/Roman Gods deference) of the Norse Gods of the MCU and arguably, the first aliens of this universe. Thor was a good […]

17 Jun 19
Twigs and Bones

       If you are new to witchcraft, or if you are not on the Path and are reading this book out of curiosity of its contents, I’m probably going to burst many bubbles. Compared to its public and historic image, Witchery is anticlimactic. Boring, really. The theatrics of rituals and the colorful pantheons and the […]

17 Jun 19
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17 Jun 19
121 News

Hundreds of representatives of companies and trade groups are warning President Donald Trump that carrying out his plan to impose on tariffs on $300 billion more in Chinese imports will hurt consumers’ pocketbooks, hamper business growth and fail to achieve the president’s objectives. “It’ll be the straw that breaks the camel‘s back for a lot […]

17 Jun 19
Lyme Time

Maintaining a healthy weight is important to our overall general health. Worldwide incidences of obesity and overweightness are continuing to climb every year in the Western world, and especially in America. This is having an overall detrimental effect on our wellbeing, resulting in higher numbers of heart disease, diabetes, and even mental disorders such as […]

17 Jun 19
Trish's journey

The story of Blodeuwedd cannot be told without understanding the Lleu Llaw Gyffes and his mother Arianrhod.  The Goddess Arianrhod was tricked by the God Mathoney to become pregnant and gave birth to twins. The first born was named Dylan and left immediately for the sea. The second son was spirited away by Gwydion, Arianrhod’s […]

17 Jun 19
Beardpharma

Wow! What a day. What a drive! But first….my Segway night tour was brilliant. All the icons lit up at night and narrated by my very informative and friendly guide Claudio. It was a really good way to finish off Rome. I really liked Rome… the Pagan past ie the Pantheon fused with the rise […]

17 Jun 19
Trish's journey

Epona is the Goddess of horses, travel, fertility and may be the key holder for the underworld. Epona is worshipped by Calvary and those who work with horses. She is a Celtic Goddess who was adopted by Rome in her original form.             The Goddess of horses, Epona, her name translates to “Great Mare”, or […]

17 Jun 19
RJ Writing Ink

While almost every pantheon in human history can appear, my pick for favorite god is Norse. The hero of Asgard and God of Thunder, Thor.