“Theseus’ crime deified her. She gave that ingrate the winding thread and gladly swapped her perjured husband for Bacchus .
Recently, I have been doing an in-depth study of apotheosis. For the Hellenic Pagan (and possibly for others, though I
City streets under a pale and hollow moon In a hazy, starless sky Busy streets Ox-cart windings paved over Signs
Ariadne and Hermes have collectively been making noises at me about “The Mysteries of Apotheosis.” For Ariadne, obviously, the topic has
Trigger Warning: Abuse, Genocide, Religious Coercion. Written as decompression from conversations with Ariadne, who I am coming to understand as
Learning how to talk to Ariadne has been difficult for me. Normally, I converse with deities using a combination of
Breasts bared Hands upraised in triumph The sound of shackles shattering Still echoes off the stone A wild cry goes