Hellenismos, otherwise known as Greek Reconstructionist Paganism, is the traditional, polytheistic religion of ancient Greece, reconstructed in and adapted to the modern world. It's a vibrant religion which can draw on a surprising amount of ancient sources. Baring the Aegis blogger Elani Temperance blogs about her experiences within this Tradition.
Beautiful Paga Square readers, I owe you an apology. I seem to have dropped off of the face of the earth for a few months, even though I never intended to. I have this odd quirk where I start feeling guilty and don’t know how to get back on the horse and that is what happened here. Back in October, things got a little heavy and stressful for me, and I took a little personal time, always intending to get back. Then, I forgot how to and despite returning to Pagan Square being a new year’s resolution, it’s half way through February before I finally did come back.
I’m sorry for disappearing on you without a word. I would love to promise it won’t happen again, but that would be a lie. I will promise, however, that now the first hurdle is taken, I will resume posting here, because this first post is the hardest for me. I hope to do regular scheduling again: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. I never stopped blogging on my personal blog, so there is material enough to share with you guys.
I hope you will forgive me my human errors, and that you will enjoy the posts to come. A personal note to our wonderful host Anne (who shall be receiving an e-mail from me in a few minutes), thank you for reaching out and I apologize to you most of all.
Gods bless, everyone, and until soon.
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