Tag Archives: Hephaistos

A New Blog

I’ve been quiet recently, I know. I won’t go into why, but I’d like to direct your attention to my new blog, Aithaloeis Theos, a blog devoted to Hephaistos. Since Hephaistos is the god I am primarily devoted to, it will … Continue reading

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Hephaistos and Volcanoes

Broad sheets of flame were lighting up many parts of Vesuvius; their light and brightness were the more vivid for the darkness of the night … It was daylight now elsewhere in the world, but there the darkness was darker … Continue reading

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‘The Fire God’

What a song! [ELEKTRA:] Cursed by the Priests, torn, twisted and beat Sentenced to die, by the Sorceress-her Evil Eye God of the Furnace, I call thy Name Please deliver me from the Serpent, the Serpent of Pain THE FIRE … Continue reading

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The Harmonious Blacksmith

‘The Harmonious Blacksmith’ is a popular name given to the final movement, ‘Air and Variations’, of George Frideric Handel’s Suite No. 5 in E major, HWV 430, for Harpsicord. There are a few explanations as to why this movement became … Continue reading

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Hephaistos’ Lament

 

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Oh my!

Pretty good Hellenic Black Metal! Nice to see a song dedicated to Hephaistos too.

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To Hephaistos I

I haven’t written a poem in donkeys years! But I felt like giving it a go, since it is something I’d like to get better at. This is dedicated to Hephaistos, a god I have a lot of affection for. … Continue reading

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