Melek Ta’us: Loyalty

A Month of Written Devotion for Melek Ta’us, the Peacock Angel

I don’t feel like I’ve been loyal to Melek Ta’us. I’ve been avoiding making a deeper connection with him, giving him the minimum attention I could. It hurt too much to open that door.

Well, it did. We’ll see if it does, in the future. If nothing else, this month of writing has given me a better perspective on my relationship with the Angel. I’d kept his shrine because I felt he had been an important influence on me, not because I thought I wanted to work with him in the future.

Now I’m willing to give that another try.

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Ember’s doing it, too: Month of Written Devotion

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About Lon Sarver

Lon Sarver is a polytheist priest of Dionysos, living in the San Francisco Bay Area and contemplating (with a healthy amount of dread) making a second attempt at a career in Marriage and Family Therapy. View all posts by Lon Sarver

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