A NeoPagan Year of Pagan Goddess Sundays
Podcast worship services created for Temple of Fortuna, with guest speakers and musicians.
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INVENIT TAMEN INTER HAS UTRASQUE SENTENTIAS MEDIUM SIBI IPSA MORTALITAS NUMEN QUO MINUS ETIAM PLANA DE DEO CONIECTATIO ESSET TOTO QUIPPE MUNDO ET OMNIBUS LOCIS OMNIBUSQUE HORIS OMNIUM VOCIBUS FORTUNA SOLA INVOCATUR AC NOMINATUR UNA ACCUSATUR REA UNA AGITUR UNA COGITATUR SOLA LAUDATUR SOLA ARGUITUR ET CUM CONVICIIS COLITUR VOLUBILIS …
QUE A PLERISQUE VERO ET CAECA EXISTIMATA VAGA INCONSTANS INCERTA VARIA INDIGNORUMQUE FAUTRIX HUIC OMNIA EXPENSA HUIC FERUNTUR ACCEPTA ET IN TOTA RATIONE MORTALIUM SOLA UTRAMQUE PAGINAM FACIT ADEOQUE OBNOXIAE SUMUS SORTIS UT PRORSUS IPSA PRO DEO SIT QUA DEUS PROBATUR INCERTUS
Among these discordant opinions mankind have discovered for themselves a kind of intermediate deity, by which our skepticism concerning the divine is still increased. For all over the world, in all places, and at all times, Fortuna is the only Goddess whom everyone invokes; She alone is spoken of, She alone is accused and is supposed to be guilty; She alone is in our thoughts, is praised and blamed and loaded with reproaches; wavering as She is, conceived by the generality of mankind to be blind, wandering, inconstant, uncertain, variable, and often favoring the unworthy.
To Her are referred all our losses and all our gains, and in casting up the accounts of mortals She alone balances the two pages of our sheet. We are so much in the power of chance, that Fortuna Herself is considered as divine and the existence of the divine becomes doubtful.
Regarding God Chapter 5 (Book 7) from The Natural History by Pliny the Elder, adapted from the translation by John Bostock and H.T. Riley (1872)
Traditional Offerings to the Goddess Fortuna
The Fumigation of Frankincense
* Orphic Hymn to Tyche (Fortuna)
Random Acts of Kindness for the Miserable
* Andromache’s Plea 691 fromTroades (the Trojan Women) by Seneca the Younger
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QUOD BONUM FAUSTUM FELIX FORTUNATUMQUE SIT
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