Day the twenty-seventh: Worst misconception about this deity that you have encountered. The belief that he isn’t a “real god” or “real Deity” because of how he began, and how his myth first began. That he isn’t a “true” Horned God because he’s not as ancient as Pan or Cernunnos. Or those that believe he… Continue reading Day Twenty-Seven: Misconceptions
Day the twenty-sixth: How has your relationship with this deity changed over time? In the very early days of beginning to honour him, which would be roughly 10 or more years ago, I remember being a little scared and quite timid. I was so worried that what I was doing with honouring him was wrong… Continue reading Day Twenty-Six: Relationship over time
Day the twenty-fifth: A time when this deity has refused to help. Look, there will always be situations that you need to go through on your own. These are generally the ones where you need to learn from it and grow. Or because you’ve been an ass and you need to take accountability for your… Continue reading Day Twenty-Five: No help what-so-ever!
Day the twenty-fourth: A time when this deity has helped you. There are multiple instances, but many I don’t really want to share. The biggest and I guess the most important right now is that he helped me find my path in life. He helped me to really open my eyes, to decide what it… Continue reading Day Twenty-Four: Help me!
Day the twenty-third: Your own composition – a piece of writing about or for this deity. I have written two pieces for Herne: a short story which can be found in the “Herne the Hunter” tab on it’s own page or by clicking the article below, and this Call of the God which I have… Continue reading Day Twenty-Three: My own composition
Day the twenty-second: A quote, a poem, or piece of writing that you think this deity resonates strongly with. Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. – Edgar Allen Poe The most common and widely referenced when speaking of Herne comes… Continue reading Day Twenty-Two: A piece of writing
Day the Twenty-First: Music that makes you think of this deity.
Day the Twentieth: Art that reminds you of this deity.