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    Adorations, Anyone?

    I don't know how many of you know about these adorations that are going around. Basically, they're like Catholic litanies or the Hindu practice of namastotra. You can find a big list of them here: http://krasskova.weebly.com/1/post/2...ng-a-list.html (which includes the one by Sannion to Dionysus that started it all).

    Any thoughts? Personally, I like the idea and feel like they're a good way to make use of the prayer beads I made recently. I particularly like the Adorations to Eros, even though I don't worship the Greek gods.

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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokabrenna View Post
    I don't know how many of you know about these adorations that are going around. Basically, they're like Catholic litanies or the Hindu practice of namastotra. You can find a big list of them here: http://krasskova.weebly.com/1/post/2...ng-a-list.html (which includes the one by Sannion to Dionysus that started it all).
    No, I wasn't aware of them. However, now that I am, I think they are great.
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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    I like it, very good idea. :D I especially like the one to Sigyn.
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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokabrenna View Post
    I don't know how many of you know about these adorations that are going around. Basically, they're like Catholic litanies or the Hindu practice of namastotra. You can find a big list of them here: http://krasskova.weebly.com/1/post/2...ng-a-list.html (which includes the one by Sannion to Dionysus that started it all).

    Any thoughts? Personally, I like the idea and feel like they're a good way to make use of the prayer beads I made recently. I particularly like the Adorations to Eros, even though I don't worship the Greek gods.
    It's an interesting concept. I'm not sure if I have an opinion in either direction.
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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokabrenna View Post
    I don't know how many of you know about these adorations that are going around. Basically, they're like Catholic litanies or the Hindu practice of namastotra. You can find a big list of them here: http://krasskova.weebly.com/1/post/2...ng-a-list.html (which includes the one by Sannion to Dionysus that started it all).

    Any thoughts? Personally, I like the idea and feel like they're a good way to make use of the prayer beads I made recently. I particularly like the Adorations to Eros, even though I don't worship the Greek gods.
    I wrote 40 of them for the Divus Iulius; and I'm quite fond of them. You can find them on my blog.
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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Castus View Post
    I wrote 40 of them for the Divus Iulius; and I'm quite fond of them. You can find them on my blog.
    I saw those! They were awesome!

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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokabrenna View Post
    I saw those! They were awesome!
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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokabrenna View Post
    Any thoughts? Personally, I like the idea and feel like they're a good way to make use of the prayer beads I made recently. I particularly like the Adorations to Eros, even though I don't worship the Greek gods.
    I'd never heard of them until now. Great idea!

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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokabrenna View Post
    I don't know how many of you know about these adorations that are going around. Basically, they're like Catholic litanies or the Hindu practice of namastotra. You can find a big list of them here: http://krasskova.weebly.com/1/post/2...ng-a-list.html (which includes the one by Sannion to Dionysus that started it all).

    Any thoughts? Personally, I like the idea and feel like they're a good way to make use of the prayer beads I made recently. I particularly like the Adorations to Eros, even though I don't worship the Greek gods.
    I have been doing adorations to Ganesh and Lakshmi for a short amount of time now, since I heard of them (the adorations). I really enjoy doing them and I know that they are thoroughly appreciated. Now that there are other adorations for other pantheons out there, I don't feel quite so alone.
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    Re: Adorations, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokabrenna View Post
    I don't know how many of you know about these adorations that are going around. Basically, they're like Catholic litanies or the Hindu practice of namastotra. You can find a big list of them here: http://krasskova.weebly.com/1/post/2...ng-a-list.html (which includes the one by Sannion to Dionysus that started it all).

    Any thoughts? Personally, I like the idea and feel like they're a good way to make use of the prayer beads I made recently. I particularly like the Adorations to Eros, even though I don't worship the Greek gods.
    Hmmmm. Never heard of these until now. Might have to try my hand at one. Interesting concept!

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