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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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After the shower

shower prayers and ritual The following came to me, pretty much as-is, fresh from my shower: I shave my face in honour of Apollon Preserving the face of an eternal kouros Keeping the passions for life and art and love … Continue reading

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Messenger Bag

I was actually inspired to make this post after reading this post from the LJ community Pimp My Altar. My messenger bag began life as, well, and ordinary messenger/Israeli paratrooper bag that I purchased at Harry’s Army Surplus before their … Continue reading

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Erato

Your result for The A-Muse-ing Test… Your muse is Erato! 30% Erato, 20% Euterpe, 10% Calliope, 0% Thalia, 0% Urania, 0% Clio, 10% Melpomene, 20% Polyhymnia and 10% Terpsichore! Erato is the muse of love and erotic poetry. She is … Continue reading

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Urban Theoi

One thing that I always loved about Hellenismos is that many of the Theoi (Gods and Goddesses) have both urban and rural aspects and many others are neither inclined toward one place or another; the few Theoi that may even … Continue reading

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