Baron Satyros

Primarily a blog focusing on my path of Hellenic Paganus, my devotion to Dionysus and Pan, the philosophy of hedonism, and my pursuit of Arete.

hangedwoman:

peepswitch:

primalheart:

tinypagan:

This touches my heart so deeply. Thank you to all who serve, and thank you to our military chaplains who serve them.

This deserves more reblogs. Because dammit it just does. 

If you’re an ordained Pagan, Wiccan, or other alternative faith minister who is qualified to serve, and live near a military base, you might let them know you’re available clergyperson for service members of alternative faiths. They often don’t have people to serve in these roles who are actually practicing Wiccans or Pagans. Pagan military people still need clergy in times of struggle, illness, and for things like marriage - and they’re often far from home and family. You can also let area hospitals know if you’re willing to come up and perform rites and support for the sick and dying. You do actually have to be a legally qualified clergy member to do this…

Being that I am engaged to a man who was once a military pagan, I heartily back everything peepswitch said above.

hangedwoman:

peepswitch:

primalheart:

tinypagan:

This touches my heart so deeply. Thank you to all who serve, and thank you to our military chaplains who serve them.

This deserves more reblogs. Because dammit it just does. 

If you’re an ordained Pagan, Wiccan, or other alternative faith minister who is qualified to serve, and live near a military base, you might let them know you’re available clergyperson for service members of alternative faiths. They often don’t have people to serve in these roles who are actually practicing Wiccans or Pagans. Pagan military people still need clergy in times of struggle, illness, and for things like marriage - and they’re often far from home and family. You can also let area hospitals know if you’re willing to come up and perform rites and support for the sick and dying. You do actually have to be a legally qualified clergy member to do this…

Being that I am engaged to a man who was once a military pagan, I heartily back everything peepswitch said above.

(Source: sisterdevil, via hereintheshadowsofstarlight)

greek-museums:

The Ancient Agora in Athens:

The Ancient Agora was the heart of the athenian democracy since it was there that the most important administrative and judicial functions, and political assemblies took place. Sprawling underneath the northwestern slope of the Acropolis it was a large building square where social and religious activities, commerce, outdoor theatrical performances and athletic contests were held.

From the 6th century B.C onwards, the open space, which was transversed by the Panathenaic Way, was gradually surrounded by many public buildings and it was adorned with temples, altars, fountains, stoas, portraits and statues. It acquired its final form in the 2nd century B.C

The Stoa of Attalos- where the market was housed- is one of the few monuments that have been completely restored. It was gifted to the Athenians by Attalos II, the king of Pergamon (159-138 B.C), and functioned as a place for meetings and walks, and as a commercial center with 21 shops. It has been converted into the museum of the Ancient Agora by merging ten of the “shops”, while the rest of the spaces have been converted to offices, archives and storage spaces for the ongoing excavations. The Stoa of Attalos was restored by the American School of Classical Studies and is now under the supervision of the Greek Archaeological Service.

The Ancient Agora belongs to the sites that can be visited with a single ticket (12 euros). The other sites are Acropolis, the north and the south slope of the Acropolis, Hadrian’s library, the Roman Agora, the Olympieion and Kerameikos. However, you can only visit the Ancient Agora with 4 euros. Students from the EU can visit it for free, while non-EU students and seniors pay half a fee.

Texts transcribed from the museum’s brochure:

Text: N. Saraga, Translation: D. Kazazis)

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dbananza:

blacksirensolo:

Satyr Guy Blame Perplexingly.There’s a little more body showing, but I haven’t inked it yet. It will be included in that digital sketch book I am going to put together in a month or so! :D Actually keeping some sketches to myself. It’s so hard not to share! Ahhh!

 look at that old school cross hatching and beauty *slobber*

dbananza:

blacksirensolo:

Satyr Guy 

Blame Perplexingly.

There’s a little more body showing, but I haven’t inked it yet. It will be included in that digital sketch book I am going to put together in a month or so! :D Actually keeping some sketches to myself. It’s so hard not to share! Ahhh!


look at that old school cross hatching and beauty *slobber*

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