Thank You Everyone and Farewell!

Edinburgh Year 082For the last year or so I have been writing the God and Goddess of the Month columns for Circle of Friends. Every month I’ve enjoyed learning ancient mythologies surrounding the different deities that members of the Pagan community often revere. I explored different Celtic, Norse, Egyptian, and Greco-Roman deities and the myths surrounding them, and I really hope you enjoyed reading about them as much as I have enjoyed writing about them. I have very much enjoyed being a part of this project and although I’m sorry that we are not continuing this newsletter, I am excited for what comes next for me creatively.

I’d like to thank you all so much for reading, it really has been a pleasure writing this column. If you are interested in reading further about different gods and goddesses, there are several online resources I have found helpful. for Celtic deities was very helpful for Egyptian deities was good for basic information to branch out further, but I would not use it as your only resource, as sometimes the information is a bit contrary. Still good for general information though. is great for goddesses from different deities. can also be a good one, although I didn’t use it very much. and are great for the Greco-Roman gods.

If you’d like to follow any other projects of mine, I post over at for both things related to my spiritual journey, other writing projects, and also my travel experiences. I also have a Tumblr account at that you can follow, although just know that while I do post similar things that I do on my main blog, it is also just a fun space for me.

I’d like to end by thanking CricketSong for inviting me to contribute, as well as everyone else in Circle of Friends for welcoming me on board, this has truly been a wonderful experience!



-Shannon Tricia