Articles

Articles

Apr
29
Listener to the Dead

Listener to the Dead

In Brittany, listening and speaking for the dead was once a well-respected trade.
1 min read
Feb
21
Thales of Miletus

Thales of Miletus

Known as the 'Father of Science'. One of the Seven Sages of Ancient Greece. The first recorded Western Philosopher (7th-6th century BCE). Founder of the Miletus School.
3 min read
Nov
29
How One Roman Matron Caused All Women To Be Banned from Practicing Law

How One Roman Matron Caused All Women To Be Banned from Practicing Law

C. Afrania was so infamous that the edict against women advocates, first instituted in the 1st century BCE, was later extended to all of Europe. It then snowballed into something much worse...
8 min read
Nov
28
Jupiter in the form of smoke, embraces a nude Io.

IO: Moon Goddess, Princess... Cow?

Ever wonder why female cows have those cute crescent-shaped horns? No? Me either. But someone did! Io and her love affair with the King of the Heavens, is one of the oldest myths around.
6 min read
Nov
27
When the Moon Became a Cow

When the Moon Became a Cow

Part of the Omni-Myth Series: Love affair of Io (Moon) and Jupiter (Sky Father).
1 min read
Nov
20
Stitching Together the Omni-Myth

Stitching Together the Omni-Myth

Freya, Demeter, Jupiter, etc... What we often think of as names are really just titles. When these titles are translated into a single language, an interesting thing happens.
2 min read