A bi-weekly podcast that introduces and explains Hellenic Polytheism as a modern day religion. It will include rituals, a calendar for holidays, an introduction to the Theoi, and a basic explanation of the Pillars and Delphic Maxims. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/katheryn76/support
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In today's episode, we take a look at Hestia, goddess of the hearth of home, she who is first and last. Transcripts can be found on my Tumblr under the tags #transcript and #transcripts. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/sh... more
Today's episode marks the first of many to come that focus specifically on one of the Theoi. In this episode, it is Hermes, and we will talk about his myths, his epithets, his domains, and his symbols. I'll introduce some worship ideas, including off... more
In this episode, I will be doing a basic worship guide, with special attention paid to rituals. As always, a transcript will be found on goddessdoeswitchery.tumblr.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/katheryn76/supp... more
She goes into the Delphic Maxim “Surety, then ruin” and proceeds to funnel the meaning down to simple debt. She either didn’t do her homework or didn’t bother to take the time to explore the meaning of the word or read up on philosophical interpretation. Though it does tie into the concept of a form of debt, “Beware of committing yourself to false opinion” is typically agreed to be the meaning, as it touches on the idea that Socrates was the wisest by means of self proclamation, that he only kne... more
I think this is a great podcast and a true community service. But there are a couple of corrections which need to be made. Paris took Menelaus' wife, Helen, with him to Troy, not his daughter, Hermione, whom Helen left behind . Many versions of this myth say that Helen went willingly. Xenia is defined too broadly here. Xenia was strictly related to travel by people from one polis to a different polis or land, including hospitality to total strangers as well as repeat visits by former guest frie... more
love this podcast but that is not how you say chthonic please look it up I'm begging you
There's no proof of a classical myth that says hestia gave up her place among the olympians (but who the twelve are varied place to place so it's no big deal to have dionysus instead of hestia)
It's weird that someone who worships these gods refers to them in the past tense, as if they no longer exist. It's not just when talking about the past; the host will say things like, "Hermes was the god of..." as if Hermes is no longer god of the same things now.
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