Dver is a spirit-worker on the margins of Hellenic polytheism, with ties to English, Germanic and Slavic folk traditions as well. A priestess of Dionysos, and also devoted to Hermes, and a host of personal and local spirits, her main practices include entheogenic trance, pathwalking, bone-working, sacred art, liminal magic, and devotional worship. Dver resides in the lush, green, nymph-haunted Pacific Northwest.
Between the Worlds: Notes from the Threshold is the second collection of short essays and poems from this blog, delving into a wide range of topics related to devotional polytheism, mysticism, magic, animism, ecstatic states and spirit-work.
Kharis: Hellenic Polytheism Explored delves into the many aspects of this religion, from its ancient roots to its modern practice. It covers not only the basics of worship, but also how to cultivate relationships with the gods and other divinities, and create a deeply satisfying spiritual life.