Tomorrow, January 1, is the Feast of Saint Pan. As the Invisible Basilica of Sabazius says:
Pan was a solitary god who wandered among the heaths and woods, and dwelt on mountains and in caves. As a spirit of Nature, Pan could inspire terror, especially in solitary wanderers in the wilderness at night; this is the origin of our word “panic.”
In Greek, the word pan means “all,” and the Orpheans conceived of Pan as a symbol of the Universal, a personification of Nature; both Pangenetor, “all-begetter,” and Panphage, “all-devourer.” In this aspect he is portrayed in Tarot Trump XV.
Pan is well known as a lusty god, so what better way to celebrate than with a feast of aphrodisiac delights?
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