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In honour of Dionyſos


Confidence in chaos · He who returned from death · Protector of thoſe genderqueer · Liberator from anxieties

A painting of Dionysos, holding a stalk of grapes. A painting of Dionysos, trailled by a herd of revellers and satyrs.
A packed concert bathed in purple light.

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Bunches of grapes on a vine. Dionysos riding on the back of a mule.

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A hymn to Dionysos

Diónysos i call, loud and divine, fanatic God, a two-fold ſhape is Thine:
Thy various names and attributes i ſing, O, firſt-born, thrice begotten, Bacchic King:
Rural, ineffable, two-formed, obſcure, two-horned, with ivy crowned, and howling most pure.
Bull-faced, and martial, bearer of the vine, endowed with counſel prudent and Divine:
Triennial, whom the leaves of vines adorn, of Zeús and Persephónē, occultly born.
Immortal Dæmon, hear my ſuppliant voice, give me in blameleſs plenty to rejoice;
And listen gracious to my myſtic prayer, ſurrounded with Thy choir of nurſes fair.

Devotees may alſo wiſh to viſit the Dionysion, a collection of links elſewhere put together in His honour. Be adviſed, though, that it hasn’t been updated in eighteen years, and thus many of the links ſadly no longer point to their intended deſtinations.

Bleſsed 12020.04.02, refreſhed 12021.05.08

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