Hey everyone! I just thought I’d share my ideas for ritual wear. These are for everyone, not just one gender, of course. I hope you like them! Laurel Wreaths DIY Laurel Wreath Video ($1) Laurel Wreath Headband on Wish.com ($18) Laurel Wreath Headband on etsy.com DIY Green Laurel Wreath With Real Laurel Chiton, etc. DIY… Continue reading Fun Hellenic Ritual Wear
My family got extremely close to finding my tumblr blog, so I made a new one. However, I feel like I need to focus my efforts here, with some peace of mind that the people on tumblr who send me hate cannot do so here. So, welcome to Temples Wreathed in Laurel! This is where… Continue reading I’m Back!
As someone who struggled to find resources that weren’t entirely one sided and hard to understand, I believe this post is in order! It explains how to petition to, (in other words, pray to) the Theoi concerning both everyday matters and big events in your life, as well as how to praise them and some… Continue reading How to Praise, Pray, and Worship
Miasma is the impurity we as humans naturally accumulate and posses. It is not something we need to stress about getting away from us every moment of every day, and it is good to know that we will always be a little miasmic. It is not in any way a form of sin, and should… Continue reading Miasma
Khernips, or Lustral Water, is a mixture used in Hellenic Polytheism to ritually wash away miasma. It is not hard to make, and is an incredibly rewarding addition to any ritual. To make it you’ll need a few things on hand: Fresh water (I use tap water, but if you can manage spring water is… Continue reading How to Make Khernips/Lustral Water
This is a ritual based off of the historical accounts and known facts about the Nekromanteion practices. It is not the end all be all, rather a suggested route to go about doing it. Going in with another, more experienced person is recommended, because you will need someone to constantly be chanting and invoking the… Continue reading Nekromanteion Ritual
This ritual is based on what Walter Burkert suggests was the ancient method in his book, “Greek Religion” for an ouranic sacrifice. I’ve made it fireless/almost fireless due to my circumstances, bit I’d like it noted that fire was traditionally used. I’m writing this down because it’s the ritual I use in my practice and… Continue reading Ancient Greek Offering Ritual