Have a Happy, Merry, Joyous Season of God-Births, Thanksgiving, and Good-Natured Merriment

Whoever or whatever you’re celebrating this season, I wish you only the best of fun this season to jumpstart the New Year. So far, everything’s been quite merry around here, and we’ve only just begun. Here’s to more! I wish you luck, love, and a long life to enjoy the first two!

A thanksgiving party for our landwights in the name of Hermês and Dionysos on the full moon.

A thanksgiving party for our landwights in the name of Hermês and Dionysos on the last full moon of 2013.
The little boy is my Indophile friend’s baby brother. And yes, there was a marvelous rainbow and it rained a little. It was beautiful.

The four Sundays of Advent and our Tannenbaum: as each Sunday passed, a candle was lit and an ornamental gift was 'given' to the tree in anticipation for Dies Natalis Solis Invicti cum Christmas.

The four Sundays of Advent and our Weinachtsbaum: as each Sunday passed, a candle was lit and an ornamental gift was ‘given’ to the tree in anticipation for Dies Natalis Solis Invicti cum Christmas.

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Solstice Morn and the first day of Dies Natalis Solis Invicti. All four candles of Advent have been lit.

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Sights and smells of the ultra syncretic holiday season here at the House of Two Trees.

To good food and good company and the Goodly Gods!

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3 thoughts on “Have a Happy, Merry, Joyous Season of God-Births, Thanksgiving, and Good-Natured Merriment

  1. Pingback: A year of thanks: 2013 | Aldrin is the Hermês Boy

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