This one is easy. Exercise nobility of character. Meaning that if you’re noble, use it. Don’t just hide it because it’s not hip or cool. The idea of being noble has gone out of fashion and the rude and crude person has become a part of society. Don’t we wish that people were noble once again or it was considered an important virtue.
When the sun goes down it will be time to honor these gods. I hope that you all have a good one and sorry about not writing more. My back is really hurting me.
When the sun goes down it will be Arrephoric, which honors Athena. Have a good one and be well.
When the sun goes down it will start the last Athenian holiday of this year. I’m really excited to of made it this far and here’s the list of holidays.
May 26: Nourmea
May 27: Agathos Daemon
May 28: Honor Athena-Arrephōria: Festival honoring Athena-Sacrifices to Kourotrophos, Athēna Polias, Aglauros, Zeus Polieus, Poseidōn, and Pandrosos.
May 29: Honor Aphrodite, Hermes, Heracles, Eros
May 31: Honor Artemis
June 1: Honor Apollon
June 2: Honor Poseidon and Theseus
June 6: Skira: A woman focused festival honoring Demeter
June 8: Bouphonia: Festival honoring Zeus Polieus
June 9: Full Moon (Honor Hecate, Artemis, Selene)
June 10: (Daylight) Libations to Zeus
June 23: Hea Kai Nea (New Moon, Honoring Hecate)
I hope that you all have a good last month and may the gods bless you.
When the sun goes down it will be the end of another Athenian month. I hope that you all had a good month and that your next month will be just as good. Hail Hecate and guide us through the next month.
This one is another straight forward on. Watch out for your enemies. Time and time again we have gained enemies that we know are our enemy but we haven’t watched out for them. What has happened, we’ve ended up dead. Watch out for your enemies and you’ll live longer.
When the sun goes down it will be the Plynteria. This is the ritual washing of Athena and a very important Athenian holiday. The temple to Athena was closed and her golden dress was weighed. I have a small statue of Athena that I will be washing and getting ready for the new year. Have a good one.
This one is pretty simple: be kind to friends. It means that if you have friends treat them like a friend. Don’t put them down and don’t degrade them. There’s enough of that going on. If you do this then they will remain your friends your whole life.
When the sun goes down, and I know that I keep on saying this, it’s another Hellenic holiday. This one is to Bendis. She’s a Thracian goddess, most likely brought over from that area. However, she’s honored and given her due. I hope that you have a good one and may the gods bless you.
During the day I will be pouring libations to Apollon, the son of Zeus and Leto. I hope that you all will have a good one and may Apollon bless you.