Χαίρετε στην πληρότητα της Σελήνης

Rejoice in the fullness of the Moon.

Two nights ago the moon was full, high in the sky, and as bright as a beacon. I felt more energized than I have since The INCIDENT took place. I decided to do a couple of things in order to capitalize on the energies around me.

First I wrote a petition to Aphrodite Epistrophia (She Who Turns To Love) asking for help to get through the fallout of the INCIDENT that is still swirling around me. I asked her to help me turn to the Light of love and away from petty jealousy. I gave her a gift of herbs and a promise of grapefruit vodka when the funds are available.

Next I turned to Hermes Nomios (Protector of Flocks) to help shield me from the inevitable second act to this drama. I asked him to stand as my shield against someone he didn’t like (the one and only time this person has ever come to my house they walked by his altar and became violently ill and had to leave.) I did remind him that this person had the audacity and hubris to insult him. I promised him more tea lights for is brand new onyx holder, as well as some wine coolers when the funds are available.

I am really hoping to move past this whole ordeal, but the four people I have talked to about The INCIDENT all say the same thing: this is a precursor to another round of bullshit.

May the Gods protect me.

 

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3 thoughts on “Χαίρετε στην πληρότητα της Σελήνης

  1. I wonder if the hubris would be an issue though? Like if people don’t believe in hubris in the way that the Hellenics did/do, then is it still an issue? Is it like going to a new country, breaking a law accidentally and unknowingly, and being arrested for it? Or do they forgive that sort of thing now since the world has changed?

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    • You know, I didn’t think of it that way. I can see your point. I guess for me it made a lot of sense simply because of my religious inclinations. I think this might go under a philosophical debate, kinda like “if you don’t believe in hell, will you go there anyway?” I’ve gotten a lot from Christians in my family.

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      • This is a common argument between recon/historically informed Hellenics and recon/historically informed Kemetics. We joke often and much of what gets around publicly seems to horrify the Hellenics. They tell us our stuff is hubris, which doesn’t fly because there is no such concept in Kemeticism.

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