Why religion is local

I really don’t think my Greek ancestors had to deal with Artemis being lost in a snow bank.

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2 thoughts on “Why religion is local

  1. That is more or less my take on the matter. The ancient Greeks did not have a Sun like the one in Texas (that is to mean, the sun was experienced differently in that region. IIRC Greece wasn’t known for 100+ degree days), nor the same flora, fauna, or general landscape. Furthermore, even within my own state there are wildly different climates, so each of those would present their own unique expression.

    But I’m getting rambly, this image is absolutely delighting.

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