So reading up on Hekate's Deipnon or 'supper' I've got the general gist that it's a general cleansing of the home and the self. Sweep out the old in readiness for the new, as would be logical with the end of the Hellenic month.
What will I be doing for it? Seeing as I have nothing to directly give away or a food bank close by to donate to, (and with finances being tight) I will just have to concentrate on a more homier ritual which will probably include;
- Cleaning and dusting my bedroom.
- Hymns to Hestia, Hekate and my ancestors.
- Pouring a libation when I can sneak outside.
It may not be anything fancy or as 'big' as I would like but it's something that I can do in my current situation and as much as I'm researching Reconstructionism, this path that I'm concentrating on is about my relationship with the Theoi and what I can learn from it.
I'm currently reading A Beginner's Guide to Hellenismos by Timothy Jay Alexander and he makes fairly firm distinctions about a Reconstructionist and a Hellenic Pagan, and as much as the strict adherence to the ancient rituals and rites attracts me, I don't think that it is entirely...me.