Modern Minoan Paganism: Walking with Ariadne's Tribe

Walk the sacred labyrinth with Ariadne, the Minotaur, the Great Mothers, Dionysus, and the rest of the Minoan pantheon. Modern Minoan Paganism is an independent polytheist spiritual tradition that brings the gods and goddesses of the ancient Minoans alive in the modern world. We're a revivalist tradition, not a reconstructionist one; we rely heavily on shared gnosis and the practical realities of Paganism in the modern world. Ariadne's thread reaches across the millennia to connect us with the divine. Will you follow where it leads?

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The MMP Pantheon Series: The Full List

Modern Minoan Paganism is a revivalist tradition of modern Pagans in relationship with the Minoan deities from ancient Crete. Our pantheon is a crowded one, and it can take some time to explore the different deities. With that in mind, I'm writing a series that explores each god and goddess and where we can find their symbology in Minoan art and artifacts.

You can find our full pantheon hereHere are the posts in this pantheon series:







Tauros Asterion



The Horned Ones (the Minotaur, Europa/Pasiphaë, the Minocapros, Amalthea, the Minelathos, and Britomartis/Diktynna)

Serpent Mother


The Melissae

This post will list all the articles in the series; I'll update it as I get the new posts written.

In the name of the bee,
And of the butterfly,
And of the breeze, amen.

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Laura Perry is a priestess and creator who works magic with words, paint, ink, music, textiles, and herbs. She is the founder and head facilitator of Modern Minoan Paganism. When she's not busy drawing and writing, you can find her in the garden or giving living history demonstrations at local historic sites.


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