Zeus and the Rise of the Olympians – A Review by Hercules Invictus


Between my mom’s mythic bedtime stories, a very thorough Greek Parochial School education, and my own life-long passion for the Mythology of my ancestors, the tale of Father Zeus’ ascent to the Throne of Mount Olympus is already very much a part of me. It is firmly etched on my neurons and comfortably nestled in all the strata of my psyche.

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Supernatural – A Book Review – by Hercules Invictus


As a child I attended Greek Parochial School for eight years. This provided me with a comprehensive bi-cultural education, for which I remain forever grateful. Roughly half our day was spent on Hellenic subjects such as Greek language, history, culture, religion, philosophy, and mythology

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How To Do All Things – A Book Review by Hercules Invictus


The third section of this four-part text by Mark-Age consists of fifty How-To’s, the first of which is How To…’ Do All Things’. This bold heading also happens to be the title for the book as a whole and the short paragraph that follows provides a great summary for everything expounded upon in the entire volume.

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The Tablets of Light – A Review by Hercules Invictus


The Tablets of Light, channeled and co-authored by Danielle Rama Hoffman, is not a book in the usual sense of the word. It looks like a book, is structured and can be read like one, but it is not a standard terrestrial document with a clear beginning, middle or end.

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The Way of Hermes: A Review by Hercules Invictus


I just finished re-reading The Way of Hermes, a new translation of The Corpus Hermeticum and The Definitions of Hermes Trismegistus to Asclepius published by Inner Traditions. Perhaps that’s not an accurate way of describing my journey between the covers. For one does not just read tah Hermetika, one puzzles over and meditates on these writings, slowly extracting meanings, or one is occasionally rewarded with flashes of insight by the Thrice Great Hermes himself.Hermes is an Olympian Archangel and a Psychopomp. In the Abrahamic traditions he is known as Enoch, Idris and Metatron. One seeks and finds the Hermetic literature (or it seeks and finds them), incarnation after incarnation, until illumination is reached. And one recognizes it when it crosses one’s path. Then one starts remembering…

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L´Archéomètre – a review by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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The subtitle says it all: Key to All the Religions and All Sciences of Antiquity; Synthetic Reformation of All Contemporary Arts.
This is ambitious like nothing else but also almost impossible to achieve.

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Champions of Olympus: Engage the Hero Within – by Hercules Invictus


I am greatly honored to have met, and spent some quality time with, both the author, Ivan Szendro, and his Inspiration, Gabri’El Alice Stollman, of Alice in the Upperland, a colorful, creative and truly mythic book. Ivan is a Shaman and Gabri’El is an Artist. They share a deep connection with Hungary and the timeless heroic tradition that is the heritage of all of humanity.

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A Moment In Time – Review by Hercules Invictus


A Moment in Time, by George L. Helmer, is a wonderful journey through the remarkable life of Steve Reeves. George was Steve’s close friend and business partner, with access to Steve’s records and momentos. He is very generous in sharing details, making this a rich and lavishly illustrated biography.

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