For anyone looking for more information online about anything I post on here. Will be updated as needed.
- Henadology’s Glossary – the go-to online resource on the Netjeru. This is an incredibly thorough glossary with a good bibliography – I am on it practically daily.
- Devo’s Kemeticism Starter guides
- Kemetic Orthodoxy – Our biggest organized group; the forums and reading list at the very least are worth checking. Tons of great material comes from their research!
- Kemetic Round Table – an open collection of Kemetic bloggers weighing in on different topics
- Theoi.com – perhaps the best online collection of hymns and ancient references
- Hellenion – the largest Hellenic group; I’m not a member, but their calendar is very useful
- Home, Hearth, and Heart – an excellent Hestia e-shrine that gives daily ideas for worship, both creative and historical, daily hymns based on ancient calendars, and awesome weekly round-ups for both hellenic polytheism and other polytheistic religions
- New Promethean Order: A new Hellenic Revivalist group – I am a member!
- Thiasos of the Starry Bull: A “Magna Graecian Bacchic Orphic religious association and mystery tradition.” I’m not a member, but I read a lot of their material – it’s an incredibly interesting tradition!
- Cult of the Ripening Vine: A revivalist Dionysian cult – I’m not a member, but great for fellow Dionysians!
- About.com pages on paganism – tends to be Wicca-slanted, but I am still fond of it – Patti Wiggington’s info is pretty great.
- Polytheist Community Forum: A nice, newer polytheist forum; I am a member!
- eCauldron – a long-running forum; definitely showing its age but still should be mentioned for its archives
- Landwalker Witchery: A witchcraft website/resource by a witch I respect greatly
- Sacred Texts: Sacred Texts is a place where you need to read critically. This is a collection of religious/spiritual/occult/etc. articles and texts that are either passed copyright or free publications. However, some of these are outdated, like the Budge BOTD translations. Still, you can read some interesting stuff here.