Divine Beings, Earthly Praise is now available for purchase!
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I have sent the Wepwawet book, Lord of Strength and Power to the formatters! I decided to take the Anubis section out since I wanted this to be just about Wepwawet. I can send the Anubis material to Bibliotheca Alexandrina and see if they need it.
I have also sent another poetry book to the formatters. This is a companion to Divine Words, Divine Praise. It has poems to Athena, Athena and Zeus, Athena and Poseidon, Hestia, Hela, Hekate, Frigga, Hera and Zeus, and many Orisha (Oya, Yemaya, Oshun, Osanyin, Shango, Obatala, and Nana Buruku). I’m calling it Holy Words, Holy Praise. I’m hoping to come up with a better title. It sounds pretentious to me.
Biblitheca Alexandrina the publishing arm of Neos Alexandria will be calling for submissions for a devotional anthology dedicated to Poseidon and Neptune and the other Greek/Roman spirits of the Sea.
Here is the link about the devotional: From the Roaring Deep: A Devotional in Honor of Poseidon and the Spirits of the Sea
Poseidon is King and God of the Sea. He is the God of horses and ships and all that live in the deep.
Epithets of Poseidon
Aigaiôn (of the Aegean Sea)
Asphalios (Secures Safe Voyage)
Dômatitês (of the House)
Epoptês (Overseer, Watcher)
Genethlios (of the Kin; Kindred)
Hippios (of Horses)
Hippokourios (Horse Tender)
Laoitês (of the People)
Patros (Father, Ancestral)
Pelagaios (of the Sea)
Petraios (of the Rock)
Phytalmios (Plant Nurturer)
Prosklystios (Who Dashes Against)
Aigaios (Of Aigai in Euboia)
Genesios (Of Genesion in Argolis)
Helikônios (Of Mt Helicon in Boiotia)
Isthmios (Of the Isthmus of Korinthos)
Onkhêsios (Of Onkhesto in Boiotia)
Samios (Of Samos in Elis & the Island)
Tainarios (Of Tainaron in Lakonia)
Temple and Festivals
Poseidion or Poseidônion (Temple of Poseidon)
Poseidônia (Festival of Poseidon)
Isthmia (Isthmian Festival)
Pharia (8 Audçnaios)
Theoxenia Aethiopia (8 Gorpiaios)