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Praetextatus and Paulina

“Praetextatus and Paulina, guardians of the Eleusian mysteries, are commemorated today. In 364 CE, they resisted the order of Christian emperor Valentinian to suppress these Greek Pagan mysteries. They continued to allow the entire rite to be performed in the traditional way.” — The Pagan Book Of Days, Nigel Pennick


“God doesn’t really care what you call him. In our culture, he’s called “God.” What Source or Presence or Love or any of those parts, I think it’s a recognition of the divine presence. So, to have the intention is to speak. And how you speak is really up to you.” — [T.S.]