Poem: To Zisa

Long were you forgotten,

few remember your name.

But now mighty Zisa,

you are with us again.

The ancient Gods are with us.

Zisa is with us.

The Goddess of Autumn is back with her people.

Poem: Be harsh to the Christians

Be harsh to the Christians!

The Christians stole Yule and called it Christmas,
the Spring festival turned into Easter.
Midsummer became John the Baptist’s day,
but the Autumnal Equinox
they have not stolen.
Let’s celebrate this day,
honor the Gods of our fathers and the Goddesses as well.
Autumn is still pagan,
Christians are afraid of this harsh season!
Be harsh to the Christians!