A Saturn Liturgy For Saturn’s Day And The Transition Of The Year Into (Re)New

Today is Saturday - Saturn's Day. And, not least because we are at the juncture which demarcates the liminal between the Years … we present something rather special. A bespoke liturgy for Him, composed by our associate Pereira Juventino [ Clécio Dauphin ] for an observance that we had undertaken earlier in the year. [The … Continue reading A Saturn Liturgy For Saturn’s Day And The Transition Of The Year Into (Re)New

On Indo-European Solar Warfare – The Sura Army of the Sun

Earlier this week we marked the Solstice - Summer, if you're here in the Southern Hemisphere, Winter if you're in the Northern.  It therefore seemed an apt occasion to post this exquisite art - illustrating the Army of the Sun God setting a host of demons to flight.  Now, the nature of this conflict is … Continue reading On Indo-European Solar Warfare – The Sura Army of the Sun

The God-Emperor Dyaus Pitar

Dyaus Pitar ( द्यौष्पितृ ) / Dyews Phter ( *Dyḗws ph₂tḗr ) And yes, I am absolutely serious about this. Now, what is remarkable about this AI-generated image [not my handiwork] is … just how overt the immediate resonancies are with an array of directly scripturally attested qualities for the Indo-European deific in question. Consider, … Continue reading The God-Emperor Dyaus Pitar

Prayer As Petitioning – A Lesson In Piety From ‘The GodsFather’

The conception many people have of 'Prayer' is that it constitutes of 'asking' - often for things that might be thought of as 'for personal gain', or for the assistance of others. Now, as we've recently discussed, there's quite a bit more to prayer than that, and effectively the broad meaning to the concept is … Continue reading Prayer As Petitioning – A Lesson In Piety From ‘The GodsFather’

Prayer – An Engagement With The Divine

Prayer has to be simultaneously both one of the single most important and yet single most misapprehended elements to our faith(s). We are genuinely surprised at how frequently we seem to come across a vocal belief that there's something somehow inherently 'wrong' or 'alien' to prayer in an Indo-European (and usually rather specifically, a Germanic) … Continue reading Prayer – An Engagement With The Divine

On Whether Rishi Sunak As UK Prime Minister Is A “Win”

Right, so now that we've had approx. 48 hours to 'get used to the idea' … there's been a bit of commentary around the place on the 'meaning', if you like, of Rishi Sunak moving into No. 10 Downing Street. Specifically, whether it's something that ought be 'welcomed' or effectively 'ignored' by Hindus - and … Continue reading On Whether Rishi Sunak As UK Prime Minister Is A “Win”