Rune Divination Methods: The Mystery Rune — Whispers of Yggdrasil

his Rune Divination Method is another of my creations, although the purpose for which this one was created was to convey a lesson that may not be what you expect. Much like the Mystery Rune, the method itself has a twist which may prove to be useful when dealing with certain Esoteric „Runologists“. Remember: Divination […]

Rune Divination Methods: The Mystery Rune — Whispers of Yggdrasil

Babylonian Month of June-July — Neptune’s Dolphins

The month of mid-June to mid-July is called “Dumuzi (Tammuz).” This fourth month of the Babylonian year is named for the God of Fertility and Shepherds. With the advent of the hot, dry summer, Dumuzi goes to the Netherworld to live for six months. The months between June and September are the months that the […]

Babylonian Month of June-July — Neptune’s Dolphins

Saxon & Viking Gods — History’s Chronicles

Saxons and Vikings worshipped the Norse Gods, in their homelands, but in Britain they became Christians.  They never forgot the religious beliefs of their Gods, these warrior Gods, and their ancestor’s stories of heroic deeds, all in the name of their Gods! Saxons = Woden                  Viking = Odin The Saxon goddess; Eostre, became the Christian […]

Saxon & Viking Gods — History’s Chronicles

Roman Gods: Juno — Neptune’s Dolphins

Like Jupiter, Juno has many aspects. In the Religio Romana (Roman Religion), the different Junos are separate Goddesses. In fact, Cicero argued that They were all unique. Later, Augustus brought the Latin Junos together to be one Goddess. However, Juno still has various aspects Who are distinct from the “composite” Juno. Juno Regina is the […]

Roman Gods: Juno — Neptune’s Dolphins

ACHILLES — Grady P Brown – Author

One of the most legendary heroes in Greek mythology would be Achilles from Homer’s The Iliad. Achilles was the demigod son of the sea nymph Nereid Thetis and Peleus, king of the Myrmidons. He was the greatest warrior in the Trojan War and was famous for slaying Prince Hector, the greatest warrior in Troy. The […]

ACHILLES — Grady P Brown – Author

Ancient Celebrations – Part 13 – Midsummer Traditions — Home | Order of Celtic Wolves

The exact dates of Midsummer festivals vary among different cultures, but is primarily held close to the summer solstice. The celebration predates Christianity, and has existed under different names and traditions around the world. St. John’s Day Although we all know that the birth of Jesus is celebrated on December 25th to tie in with […]

Ancient Celebrations – Part 13 – Midsummer Traditions — Home | Order of Celtic Wolves

Seven Kings of Rome (2/2) — History Vault50

King Tarquinius Priscus 616-579 BC According to legend, Tarquinius the son of a Corinthian noble and refugee named Demaratus, moved to Rome, to rid themselves of their past, and claim a social status, made up by their own doings. Tarquinius wealth and behaviour won him many friends in Rome, including King Ancus who appointed him […]

Seven Kings of Rome (2/2) — History Vault50

Greek Mythology: Pandora’s Box — History Vault50

The Greek myth of Pandora’s Box, is one based on human behaviour?  It is said, Ancient Greeks would refer to the descriptive meaning of Pandora’s Box, to understand the weakness of humans, and understand misfortunes that befell the human race. According to Greek myth, Pandora was the first woman on earth.  She had been created […]

Greek Mythology: Pandora’s Box — History Vault50

The Twelve Gods of Olympus — History Vault50

Greece’s highest mountain, Mount Olympus, was the mythical home of the Twelve Olympian Gods.  The Twelve consisted of six male and six female, and were divided into six couples. Zeus/Hera – Poseidon/Demeter – Apollo/ArtemisHermes/Athena – Ares/Aphrodite – Hephaestus/Hestia The God’s of Olympus lived in peace, and dwelt on Olympus, and were located on the borderline […]

The Twelve Gods of Olympus — History Vault50