Introducing the Divine Power of the Oracle…

Introducing the Divine Power of the Oracle…

In ancient Greece, political impact, war, duty, crime, laws and of course, personal issues, were always at the forefront of peoples minds. Citizens, foreigners, kings, and philosophers would seek answers to their indomitable problems from the highest authority. And in classical antiquity, there was no higher authority than The Oracle.

The most important oracle of Greek antiquity was Pythia, priestess to Apollo, also known as the Oracle at Delphi. The Delphic Oracle was said to be infallible and exerted considerable influence throughout Hellenic culture.

Pythia only gave prophecies on the seventh day of each month as seven was the number most associated with the God Apollo.  The oracle’s powers were highly sought after and never doubted, for it was believed that to question the wisdom of the Gods, was to deny the existence of the Gods themselves.

In today’s anxiety-filled world, never has there been a greater need for The Oracle’s Return.

Well, it seems that our prayers have been answered.

Now you no longer have to travel to Delphi to seek advice about your Greek problems – you can visit my blog instead.

The Oracle has embedded herself onto my side menu and once clicked on, she will lead you to a secret list of posts where you may find the answer to your questions.

You can email to consult the priestess directly and will receive an email notification when she answers…(all names will remain anonymous).

Now go, and be at peace.



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    • EBotziou
      6th February 2014 / 11:13 am

      Merci Melanie!

  1. MM Jaye
    4th February 2014 / 11:54 am

    Just what I need! An answer to whether I’ll become the next Nora Roberts! I knew connecting with you was wise!

    • EBotziou
      4th February 2014 / 11:58 am

      Haha! Glad to be of service!

  2. katinavaselopulos
    4th February 2014 / 4:33 am

    Well, Well! A Pythia among us!
    Is she going to be straight or ir is she going to be ambiguous as in…”eixeis, afixeis, ou en to polemo thnikseis?” 🙂 xxx
    Cute, Katerina!!!!
    All best!

    • EBotziou
      4th February 2014 / 11:45 am

      There will be no ambiguity on this blog Katina! 🙂

  3. 3rd February 2014 / 8:06 pm

    best wishes dear

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