Category Archives: non-Hellenic

If you came here looking for Aloma Shamanatrix and Matthew Miracle:

I seem to be a victim of mistaken identity. It seems this post I made after watching the hot mess of a NatGeo Taboo episode they were featured in, I’ve gotten a lot of hits from people searching for them. … Continue reading

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Aloma Shamanatrix & Matthew Miracle

http://alomagical.com/ (be warned: Site has embedded muic player that defaults to “On”; you can turn it off, if you like) Thanks to the magic of television, I have just learned about this amazing couple based in San Francisco. They’re fruitarian, … Continue reading

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Q: What is paganism? A: Absolutely nothing.

At least if you wander over to Tumblurgh. Oh, fuck, I guess it’s not restricted to that pinheaded site.. It’s kind of been bothering me in recent months how utterly devoid of any real meaning the word “pagan” is. “‘Pagan’ … Continue reading

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Thank you, WordPress!

You have made my blog Tumblr-able! Just like the blogs hosted on WordPress.com can be! It’s kind of silly that it took so long to upgrade the JetPack for us weirdoes on private hosted blogs to do that, since it’s … Continue reading

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Oberon Zell Ravenheart interview: Challenges of Polyamory

5:24 …and there are people who are serial monogamists, I’ve known people who are deeply committed to the principles of polyamory on paper, they’ve read all the books, and they fall in love with one person and then immediately they … Continue reading

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Isadora Duncan: Touched by Terpsicore

“The dancer’s body is simply the luminous manifestation of the soul. The true dance is an expression of serenity; it is controlled by the profound rhythm of inner emotion. Emotion does not reach the moment of frenzy out of a … Continue reading

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Eros Day, 433 Eros, & Dr Susan Block

As a worshipper of Eros, I encounter a fair number of real-life characters, some directly, some indirectly. Possibly the most famous of these is Dr Susan Block; she’s obsessed with bonobos and has created something known as Eros Day, a … Continue reading

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THIS is How You Name a Sexual Aid Company After an Ancient Goddess

Hathor Aphrodisia premium lubricants No, really, Athena doesn’t care about your sex life. While I’m at it, The “Eroscillator” brand sure is expensive —I find this appropriate, especially considering all the graphics illustrating the superior design, and not to mention … Continue reading

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A jumbled thought on that damned Lilith rite/Pcon 2011 event that won’t die

PLEASE NOTE: For the last few days, I’ve been riddled with insomnia, getting maybe two hours of sleep tops at any one time, and exhausted pretty much the whole time I’m awake. I’m probably not going to be terribly cognisant, … Continue reading

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Eros Ouzeri

http://www.erosouzeri.com.au/index.html A friend of mine in Brisneyland, QLD, recently informed me of this restaurant in Adelaide, South Oz. According to Wikipedia, “Ouzeri” is a type of Greek tavern that serves ouzo and mezedes. The photos are total food porn, except … Continue reading

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