By Elani Temperance
The Protogenoi (Πρωτογενοι) are the First Born Deities of the Greek Kosmos. They are the building blocks of the universe, primordial Deities. I have written before about Them, in a post about genealogy of the Gods.
The Protogenoi we know of are: Aether (Αἰθήρ, ‘Light’), Ananke (Ἀνάγκη, ‘Fate’ or ‘Compulsion’), Khronos (Χρόνος, . . . → Read More: The Protogenoi (Πρωτογενοι)
Reviewed by Star Foster
I am a huge fan of Bernard Cornwell, and was thrilled to finally sit down and read his latest: Death of Kings. Part of his Saxon Tales saga, it is a ripping good historical novel set as Alfred the Great is dying. I could wax rhapsodic about how accurate and well-researched . . . → Read More: Death of Kings, by Bernard Cornwell
By Donald Michael Kraig
When Aleister Crowley was initiated into the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, he was initially impressed with the intensity and seriousness of the vows he took never to reveal any of the secrets of the Order. He quickly became disappointed, though, when those “secrets” were revealed to be relatively mundane—or . . . → Read More: From “Inner Secret” to Minor Diversion