[Monday] Assorted Links

Happy Monday! Last week of February, and I’m off to my job – I’ll already be working when this post goes up. Over the weekend I also got a sewing machine. It will be put to good use making cosplays and religious clothing. That means life will be a lot busier – thank goodness!

Later this week, I’ll be closing out the month with a post on the initiatory orders of the gods. If you have any questions about these, please send them to me or comment on this post, and I will try to cover them in the Wednesday post.

Pantheacon wrapped up this last weekend. I wasn’t there this year, though I might attend next year if life goes well. Rhyd Wildermuth has an interesting post about an experience at the con. There were a few problems at this years Pantheacon which, if you are interested, can be found through Google and The Wild Hunt.

On Magick from Scratch, there is a post on apotheosis and theological difficulties. The post focuses on a Hellenic perspective but is relevant to the Other People.

Anomalous Thracian writes about devotion and cigars. Worth a read.

Jenn writes another reflection on a myth. This time she focuses on the Book Hoarder. As always, these are worth checking out. In this post, she writes about eventually starting a series on ‘Connecting to the Spirit Body’ through movement. I am very much looking forward to this!

Elliot has published another poem, for the Ophelia. He is just recently moving, and I wish him luck as he adjusts!

Thank you for reading. ‘of the Other People’ is a site dedicated to the Otherfaith, a modern polytheist religion. You can find more about us here and here. You can contact us here if you have any questions or would like to get involved.

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