Thursday, October 16, 2014

Ancestors and Bees


This week on the Minoan Path blog I'm abuzz with information about how the Minoans revered their ancestors. From the beehive-shaped tholos tombs on the open plains to the pillar crypts beneath the great temples in the towns of ancient Crete, the people took the time to honor those from whom they descended. In the hopes that you will take some time to do the same, I also revisit the ancestral healing ritual I posted here last week - just in case you missed it the first time around. So click the headline below and feel the embrace of the ancestors on whose shoulders we stand.

'Tis the Season: The Ancestors

As always, if you'd like to find out more about modern Minoan Paganism, please join the conversation over at Ariadne's Tribe.