Goddess Zintuhis  

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ZINTUHIS is a Hittite Goddess. She is the granddaughter of Teshub, the storm God, and Wurusemu, the sun Goddess. In Queen Puduhepa's prayers to the Gods to heal her sick husband, King Hattusilis, she calls on Zintuhis to intercede on his behalf with Teshub, and promises to "make a great ornament" in her honor.

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Mogons  

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Mogons or Moguns was a god worshipped in Roman Britain and in Gaul. The main evidence is from altars dedicated to the god by Roman soldiers, but the deity is not a native Italic one. It appears to be Celtic. Inscriptional spellings include Mogetios, Mogounos, Mogti, Mounti, Mogont, Mogunt. Not all of these words are necessarily in the nominative case. For example, Mounti is a dative, probably *Mogunti, from a hypothetical nominative, *Moguns, of a back-formed Latin stem, *Mogunt-.

Etymologically the name can be seen to be the same as the English word Might personified. It has been translated by others as greatness or the great one. The fact that ordinary soldiers adopted him tends to support a "powerful" or "effective" interpretation rather than self-glorification.

Altar-stones raised to Mogons have been recovered in the United Kingdom, such as the stones found at the following locations. The number is the catalog number of the artifact and the name in parentheses is the word as it appears on the stone, not necessarily (and probably not) in the nominative case. Most are datives, to be translated as "to" the god:

* Voreda (Old Penrith): 921 (Mogti), 922 (Mounti)
* Castra Exploratorum (Netherby, Cumbria): 971 (Mogont Vitire)
* Habitancum (Risingham): 1225 (Mogonito, dative of *Mogonitus, adjective formed from *Mogons), 1226 (Mouno, *Moguno, dative of *Mogunus)
* Bremenium (High Rochester): 1269 (Mountibus, *Moguntibus, dative plural of *Moguns)
* Vindolanda (Chesterholm): 1722d (Mogunti et Genio Loci).

Modern Mainz takes its name from Castrum Moguntiacum, a Roman base placed there. It is hypothesized that Moguns gave his name to it. The inscription at Habitancum identifies the troops stationed at that location as being from the Vangiones, the Gaesati and Rhaetia; i.e., from Germania Superior. Mainz was in the territory of the Vangiones, who were Belgae.

The question of whether Moguns was Celtic or Germanic hinges to a large degree on the ethnicity of the Vangiones. As Belgae, they were considered Celts of Germanic origin. If they had still spoken Germanic, they would have been considered Germanic. Whether Celtic or Germanic, they were not the original population in the region, which had been purely Celtic, but must have been moved into it or allowed to settle there by the Romans. The Celts of Julius Caesar's time had evacuated the region through fear of the Suebi. The defense of the region against the latter is the main reason for the Roman base.

The Habitancum inscription contains also the expression Deo Mogonito Cad... with the letters following Cad missing. As the region is in the territory of the historic Scottish tribe called the Gadeni, centered around Jedburgh (Jed possibly from Cad), the Cad.. is interpreted as some case of Cadeni. One speculation is that the Cadeni were a section of the Vangiones. Some derive Cadeni from Gaedhal, or Gael. A third theory derives Cad from catu-, "battle", with a sense "to the battle god, Mogon...".

Considering that the gods worshipped in the future Alsace, then home of the Vangiones, were Celtic, such as Grannus, Moguns is currently taken to be Celtic.[citation needed] The -uns is a specifically Celtic suffix. As for the historic Gadeni, their origin is not known. They could been the remnants of the Vangiones or possibly among the indigenes. Perhaps the future discovery of additional inscriptions or the future publication of inscriptions already known but unpublished will shed further light on Mogons.

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Goddess Hebat  

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"HEBAT" WAS THE MATRON GODDESS OF MESOPOTAMIA; SHE WAS KNOWN AS "THE MOTHER OF ALL LIVING"." THE ANCIENT HURRIANS WORSHIPPED HER AS THE CONSORT OF TESHUB (THE STORM GOD) AND THE MOTHER OF SARRUMA (KING OF THE MOUNTAINS). THE INCARNATION OF ROYALTY AND BEAUTY, HEBAT IS DEPICTED AS A DOMESTICATED WOMAN WHO IS EITHER SEATED ON A THRONE OR WITH A LION.

THE GREAT GODDESS HEBAT REPRESENTED THE SUN MOTHER AS RULER OF HEAVENLY ENLIGHTENMENT; AS SUCH, SHE CONTROLS THE POWER AND THE LIGHT OF THE SUN...AND PROTECTS WOMEN IN TIMES OF WAR. HEBATS HEADDRESS SUGGESTS THE "FOUNTAIN OF LIFE" AND "CUP OF IMMORTALITY". THE PEACEFUL LION SHOWS HOW SHE IS INTERCONNECTED WITH THE ANIMAL KINGDOM. HER NURSING BABY IS THE NUMINOUS EVER-COMING CHILD OF LIGHT.

HEBAT ALSO PARALLELS THE HEBREW GODDESS ASHTORETH WHO WAS FREQUENTLY SHOWN FLANKED BY LIONESSES OR STANDING ON TOP OF A LION. THRESHING FLOORS WERE DEDICATED TO HEBAT, POSSIBLY EVEN THE ONE DAVID PURCHASED ON MOUNT MORIAH WHERE KING SOLOMON BUILT HIS TEMPLE.

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Celtic Goddesses  

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AINE OF KNOCAINE:

(Pronounced aw-ne); Ireland. Moon Goddess; patroness of crops and cattle.
Connected with the Summer Solstice.

ANU,ANANN, DANA, DANA-ANA:



Ireland. Goddess of plenty, another aspect of the Morrigu: Mother Earth; Great Goddess; greatest of all Goddesses. This flowering fertility Goddess, sometimes she formed a trinity with Badb and Macha. Her priestesses comforted and taught the dying. Fires were lit for her at Midsummer. Two hills in Kerry are called the Paps of Anu. Maiden aspect of the triple Goddess in Ireland. Guardian of cattle and health. Goddess of fertility, prosperity, comfort.

ARIANRHOD:


Wales: "Silver Wheel"; "High fruitful mother"; star Goddess; sky Goddess;
Goddess of reincarnation; Full Moon Goddess. Her palace was called Caer Arianrhod (Aurora Borealis). Keeper of the circling Silver Wheel of Stars, a symbol of time and karma. This wheel was also known as the Oar Wheel, a ship which carried dead warriors to the Moon-land (Emania). Mother of Llue Llaw Gyffes and Dylan by her brother Gwydion. Her original consort was Nwtvre (Sky of Firmament). Mother aspect of the Triple Goddess in Wales. Honored at the Full Moon. Beauty, fertility, reincarnation. Call on Arianrhod to help you with past life memories and difficulties as well as for contacting the Star People.

BADB, BADHBH, BADB CATHA:


Ireland. "Boiling", "Battle Raven", "Scald-crow". the cauldron of ever- producing life; Known in Gaul as Cauth Bodva. War Goddess and wife of net, a war God.
Sister of Macha, the Morrigu and Anu. Mother Aspect in Ireland. Associated with the cauldron, crows and ravens. Life, wisdom, inspiration, enlightenment.

BANBA:


Ireland. Goddess; part of a tried with Fotia and Eriu. They used magick to repel invaders.

BLODEUWEDD, WLODWIN, BLANCHEFLOR:


Wales. "Flower Face", "White Flower". Lily maid of Celtic initiation ceremonies.
AKA the Ninefold Goddess of the Western Isles of Paradise. Created by Math &
Gwydion as a wife for Lleu. She was changed into an owl for her adultery and plotting Lleu's death. The Maiden aspect; her symbol was the owl; Goddess of the Earth in bloom. Flowers, wisdom, lunar mysteries, initiations.

BOANN, BOANNAN, BOYNE:


Ireland. Goddess of the river Boyne, mother of Angus Mac Og by the Dagda. Once there was a well chaped by nine magick hazel trees. These trees bore crimson nuts which gave knowledge of everything in the world. Divine salmon lived in the well and ate the nuts. No one, not even the high gods, were allowed to go near the well. But Boann went anyway. The well water rose to drive her away, but they never returned to the well. Instead they became the River Boyne and the salmon became the inhabitants of the river. Other Celtic river Giddess: Siannan (Shannon), Sabrina (Severn, Sequana Seine), Deva (Dee), Clota (Clyde), Verbeia (Wharfe), Brigantia (Braint, Brent). Healing.

BRANWEN:


Manx. Wales. Sister of Bran the Blessed and wife of the Irish King Matholwchh.
Venus of the Northern Seas; daughter of Llyr (Lir); one of the three matriarca of Britain; Lady of the Lake (cauldron) Goddess of love and beauty.

BRIGIT, BRID, BRIGID, BRIGHID:


Ireland, Wales, Spain, France. "Power"; "Reown"; "Feiry Arrow of Power" (Breo- saighead). Daughter of the Dagda; called the poeess. Often called the Triple Brighids. Threee Blessed Ladies of Britain, the Three Mothers. Another aspect of Danu: Associated with Imbolc. She had an exclusive female priesthood at Kildare and an ever-burning sacred fire. The number of her priestesses was 19 representing the 19-year cycle of the Celtic "Great Year". Her kelles were sacred prostitutes and her soldiers brigands. Goddess of fire, fertility, the hearth and all feminine arts and crafts, and martial arts. Healing, physicians, agriculture, inspiration, learning, poetry, divination, prophecy, smithcraft, animal husbandry, love, witchcraft, occult knowledge. Plants: Blackberry Animals: Oxen and Ram.

CAILLECH:


Great Goddess in her Destroyer aspect; called the Veiled One. Disease, plague, cursing. Wheat.

CERRIDWEN, CARIDWEN, CERIDWEN:


Wales. Moon Goddess; Great Mother; grain Goddess; Goddess of Nature. the white corpse-eating sow representing the Moon. Welsh bards called themselves Cerddorion (sons of Cerridwen). The bard Taliesin, founder of their craft, was said to be born of Cerridwen and to have tasted a potent from her magick cauldron of inspiration. Wife of the giant Tegid and mother of a beautiful girl Creirwy and an ugly boy Avagdu. In her magickal cauldron, she made a potion called greal (from which the word Grail probably came). The potion was made from six plants for inspiration and knowledge. Her symbol was a white sow. Death, fertility, regeneration, inspiration, magick, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, knowledge. Plants: Vervain, Acorns.

CREIDDYLAD, CREUDYLAD, CORDELIA:


Wales. Daughter of the sea God Llyr. Connected with Beltane and often called the May Queen. Goddess of summer flower, love and flowers.

THE CRONE:


One aspect of the Triple Goddess. She represents old age or death, winter, the end of all things, the waning Moon, post-menstrual phases of women's lives, all destruction that precedes regeneration through her cauldron of rebirth. Crows and other black creatures are sacred to her. Dogs often accompanied her and guarded the gates of her after-world, helping her to receive the dead. In Celtic myth, the gatekeeper-dog was named Dormarth (Death's Door). The Irish Celts maintained that true curses could be cast with the dog's help. Therefore, they use the word cainte (dog) for a satiric Bard with the magick power to speak curses that came true.

DANU, DANANN, DANA:


Ireland. Probably the same as Anu. Major Mother Goddess; ancestress of the Tuatha De Danann; Mother of the gods; Great Mother; Moon Goddess. She gave her name to the Tuatha De Danann (People of the Goddess Danu). Another aspect of the Morrigu. Patroness of wizards, rivers, water, wells, prosperity & plenty, magick, wisdom.

DON, DOMNU, DONN:


Ireland, Wales. "Deep sea"; "Abyss". Queen of the Heavens; Goddess of sea and air. Sometimes called a Goddess, sometimes a God. The equivalent of the Irish Danu. In Ireland, Don ruled over the Land of the Dead. Entrances to this Otherworld were always in a sidhe (shee) or burial mound. Control of the elements, eloquence.

DRUANTIA:


"Queen of the Druids"; Mother of the tree calendar; Fir Goddess. Fertility, passion, sexual activities, trees, protection, knowledge, creativity.

ELAINE:


Wales, Britain. Maiden aspect of the Goddess.

EPONA:


Celtic, "Divine Horse", "The Great Mare". Goddess of horses, fertility, maternity, protective of horses, horse breeding, prosperity, dogs, healing, springs, crops. Animals: Horses, goose.

ERIU, ERIN:


Ireland. One of the three queens of the Tuatha Da Danann and a daughter of the Dagda.

FLIDAIS:


Ireland. Goddess of forests, woodlands & wild things; ruler of wild beasts. She rode in a chariot drawn by a deer. Shape-shifter.

GREAT MOTHER:


The Lady; female principle of creation. Goddess of fertility, the Moon, summer, flowers, love, healing, the seas, water. The "mother" finger was considered the index finger, the most magickal which guided, beckoned, blessed & cursed.

MACHA:


Ireland. "Crow"; "Battle"; "Great Queen of Phantoms"; Mother of Life and death;
a war Goddess; Mother Death; originally a Mother Goddess; one of the aspects of the triple Morrigu. Also called Mania, Mana, Mene, Minne. Associated with ravens and crows. She was honored Lugnassadh. After a battle, the Irish would cut off the heads of the losers and called them Macha's acorn crop. Protectress in war as in peace; Cunning, sheer physical force, sexuality, fertility, dominance over males.

MARGAWSE:


Wales, Britain. Mother aspect of the Goddess.

THE MORRIGU, MORRIGAN, MORGIAN, MORGAN:


Ireland, Britian, Wales. Great Queen, Supreme War Goddess, Queen of Phantoms or Demons, Specter Queen. Shape-shifter. Reigned over the battlefields, helping with her magick but did not join in the battles. Associated with crows & ravens.
The Crone aspect of the Goddess; Great White Goddess; Great Mother; Moon Goddess; Queen of the fairies. In her dark aspect (the symbol is then the raven or crow) she is the Goddess of war, fate death; she went fully armed & carried two spears. The carrion crow is her favorite disguise. Goddess of rivers, lakes
& fresh water. Patroness of priestesses & witches. Revenge, night, magick, prophecy.

MUSES:


Greek, Goddesses of inspiration who vary in number depending upon the pantheon used.

NIAMH:


Ireland. "Beauty"; "Brightness". A form of Badb who helps heroes at death.

NORNS:


Celtic; the three sisters of the Wyrd. Responsible for weaving fate - past, present and future.

RHIANNON:


Wales; "The Great Queen" Goddess of birds and horses. Enchantments, fertility, and the Underworld. She rides a swift white horse.

SCATHACH, SCOTA, SCATHA, SCATH:


Ireland, Scotland. "Shadow, shade"; "The Shadowy One" "She who strikes fear" Underworld Goddess of the Land of Scath. Dark Goddess; Goddess in the destroyer aspect. Also a warrior woman and prophetess who lived in Albion (Scotland)
probably on the Isle of Skye and taught the martial arts. Patroness of blacksmiths, healing , magick, prophecy, martial arts.

WHITE LADY:


Known in all Celtic countries. Dryad of death; identified with Macha; Queen of the Dead; the Crone form of the Goddess. Death, Destruction, annihilation.

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Greek Goddess Amphiro  

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AMPHIRO (pronounced am-PHEE-ro) is the Greek Goddess of the rising tide. She is one of the Okeanides, the 3000 daughters of Tethys and Okeanos, Goddess and God of the oceans. The Okeanides were responsible for fresh water sources, whether from the earth (such as springs and rivers) or from the sky (such as clouds and rain). Amphiro's name means "the surrounding flow."

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Piltzintecuhtli  

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In Aztec mythology, Piltzintecuhtli was a god of the rising sun, healing, and visions, associated with Tonatiuh. The name means "the Young Prince". It may have been another name for Tonatiuh, but he is also mentioned as a possibly unique individual, the husband of Xochiquetzal. He was the lord of the third hour of the night. Piltzintecuhtli was said to be the son of Oxomoco and Cipactonal (the first man and woman that were created) and was seen as a protector of children. He was identified as the Youthful Sun. Known also as "7 Flower," he was also a god of hallucinatory plants, including mushrooms. He was considered the father of Centeotl, a deity who was sacrificed in order to bring forth plants.

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Lunar Deity  

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a lunar deity is a god or goddess associated with or symbolizing the moon. These deities can have a variety of functions and traditions depending upon the culture, but they are often related to or an enemy of the solar deity. Lunar deities can be both male and female, and are usually held to be of the opposite sex of the corresponding solar deity. Male lunar deities are somewhat more common worldwide, although female deities are better known in modern times due to the influence of classical Greek and Roman mythology, which held the moon to be female.

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Goddess Kukuri Hime  

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KUKURI-HIME is the Shinto Goddess of mediation. She performed this role first for Izanami and Izanagi, who argued after Izanagi tried to retrieve Izanami from the underworld. Kukuri-Hime is said to be a dragon Goddess and is worshipped, along with Izanami and Izanagi, at Mount Hakusan. This mountain is the source of four rivers, so Kukuri-Hime is also said to have power over water. Her name, which means "the princess who brings together," is also seen as KUKURI-HIME-NO-KAMI and SHIRAYAMA-HIME.

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Affirmations To Nuit  

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Nuit is the Star Goddess of Space, the total of possibilities of every kind. She is the Goddess of Combinations, unrestricted, infinite as the stars. Black as the first swirlings of Space and Time. Bright as the Stars. Her only sin is restriction, anything which would keep the possible range of combinations lower than possible. The utter simplicity and universal applicability of this as a strategy or standard for evolution is instantly obvious if our own genetic material is used as an analogue. The combinations available to DNA in the fusion of sperm and egg are inconceivably large, and it is this wide range of possible combinations that enable us to evolve as a race. Another way of thinking of combinations is as options. Individual freedoms are a matter of how many options you have.

Nuit is everything and every experience you have. There is no moment of pain or pleasure that is not freighted with the vast momentum of her ecstacy to the man or woman that is doing their will. In fact, in the end every moment of ones life can be purified in the crucible of her body. At no time and in no sphere or plane or dimension will her joy, her power, as infinite as the stars and vault of the heavens, leave you once you have opened yourself to her. Nor does she demand aught in sacrifice-- except all your limitations and pains.

During the day, Nut and Geb are separated, but each evening Nut comes down to meet Geb and this causes darkness. If storms came during the day, it was believed that Nut had some how slipped closer to the Earth. Nut is the barrier separating the forces of chaos from the ordered cosmos in this world. Her fingers and toes were believed to touch the four cardinal points or directions.

The sun god Re was said to enter her mouth after setting in the evening and travel through her body during the night to be reborn from her vulva each morning. She was shown in Egyptian artwork as a dark, star-covered naked woman, holding her body up in an arch, facing downwards. Her arms and legs were imagined to be the pillars of the sky, and hands and feet were thought to touch the four cardinal points at the horizon. Far underneath her lay the earth god, Geb, sometimes ithphallyic, looking up at his sister-wife. She was also described as a cow goddess, taking on some of the attributes of Hathor. Geb was described as the "Bull of Nut" in the Pyramid Texts. As a great, solar cow, she was thought to have carried Ra up into the heavens on her back, after he retired from his rule on the Earth. At other times, she was just portrait as a woman wearing her sign - the particular design of an Egyptian pot on her head. She gives birth to the sun in the east and swallows the sun in the west.

In one myth Nut gives birth to the Sun-god daily and he passes over her body until he reaches her mouth at sunset. He then passed into her mouth and through her body and is reborn the next morning. Another myth described the sun as sailing up her legs and back in the Atet (Matet) boat until noon, when he entered the Sektet boat and continued his travels until sunset. As a goddess who gave birth to the son each day, she became connected with the underworld, resurrection and the tomb. She was seen as a friend to the dead, as a mother-like protector to those who journeyed through the land of the dead. She was often painted on the inside lid of the sarcophagus, protecting the dead until he or she, like Ra, could be reborn in their new life.

She demands no sacrifice and makes no punishments, for once you have felt her joy her absence is everything but that one thing, and there is no price or power or saving grace that will replace her. She is a magickal link with everything. Ice and fire. The earth that you stand on as you admire the milky way.

These affirmations are best used immediately before or after the reading of Nuit's chapter of Liber AL. The Neo-Thelemoid Clique of the Orgone Committee has used them to excellent effect. Feel free to combine these affirmations with any Magickal/Alchemical acts to give them a greater charge. (Try using each one at the point of orgasm for 11 separate acts of Sex Magick for example.) The first chapter will never be the same to you again after you have taken these Oaths. They will make the First Chapter alive to you in ways that it might never have been otherwise.

I AM OF THE FEW AND SECRET.
I DARE TO BIND NOTHING.
I DARE TO FOLLOW THE THREE ORDEALS OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE.
I DARE THE MANTRAS AND SPELLS THE OBEAH AND WANGA,
THE WORK OF THE WAND AND SWORD.
I DARE TO DELIVER MY WILL FROM THE LUST OF RESULT.
MY SOLE WORD OF SIN IS RESTRICTION.
I DARE TO SEEK YE THROUGH THE FOUR GEMMED GATES.
LOVE IS MY LAW, LOVE UNDER MY WILL, AND I SHALL TAKE MY FILL AND WILL OF LOVE AS I WILL, WHEN WHERE AND WITH WHOM I WILL.
I SHALL DO MY WILL AS THE WHOLE OF MY LAW, AND NO OTHER SHALL SAY NAY.
I DARE TO ACCEPT YOUR UNIMAGINABLE JOYS ON EARTH; CERTAINTY,
NOT FAITH WHILE IN LIFE, UPON DEATH; PEACE UNUTTERABLE, REST, ECSTACY.
MY NUMBER IS 11.

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Or call William Hunter direct: (718) 788-9223.

SEX IS PEACE


TRUE WILL NOT SLAVERY
CONSCIOUSNESS IS STRENGTH

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Maria Makiling  

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Maria Makiling, sometimes spelled Mariang Makiling, in Philippine Mythology, is a diwata or lambana (fairy or forest nymph) associated with Mount Makiling in Laguna, Philippines. She is the most widely known diwata in Philippine Mythology. Similar to Maria Sinukuan of Pampanga's Mount Arayat and Maria Cacao of Cebu's Mount Lantoy, Maria Makiling is a guardian of the mountain, responsible for protecting its bounty and thus, is also a benefactor for the townspeople who depend on the mountain's resources. In addition to being a guardian of the mountain, some legends also identify Laguna de Bay - and the fish caught from it - as part of her domain. It is often said that Mount Makiling resembles the profile of a woman, said to be Maria herself. This phenomenon is described as true from several different perspectives, so there is no single location associated with this claim. The mountain's various peaks are said to be Maria's face and two breasts, respectively, and her hair cascades downwards a gentle slope away from her body.

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Kydoimos  

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Kydoimos or Cydoemus was the god or spirit of the din of battle, confusion, uproar and hubbub. He was probably one of the Makhai (daimones of the battlefield). He was virtually identical to Homados "battle noise".

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Makara Jyothi  

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Makarajyoti is a celestial star which is worshipped by the pilgrims. The main worshipping rituals are performed at the day of Makara Sankaranthi (every 14 January) day. It draws the second largest number of pilgrims in the country. The devotees believe that witnessing the light brings them good luck and divine blessings. The Makara Jyothi marks the climax of the Makaravilakku season of Sabarimala pilgrimage lasting 41 days.

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Goddess Kubai Khotun  

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"KUBAI-KHOTUN" IS THE PRIMORDIAL GODDESS OF BIRTH OF THE YAKUT PEOPLE WHO LIVE PRIMARILY IN NORTHEASTERN SIBERIA. SHE IS THE "GREAT MOTHER" AND NOURISHER OF HER PEOPLE. SHE RESIDES IN A LAKE OF MILK UNDER THE "TREE OF LIFE, "ALTHOUGH SOME SAY SHE LIVES IN THE "ZAMBU" TREE. HER BREASTS WERE AS LARGE AS LEATHER SACKS, AND THE MILK FROM HER BREASTS WAS THE ORIGIN OF THE "MILKY WAY."

SHE BRINGS THE NEW SOUL FROM HEAVEN TO THE CHILD BEING BORN AND WRITES THE CHILD'S FATE. THE PEOPLE PRAY TO HER UNDER SEVERAL DIFFERENT NAMES, INCLUDING "BIRTHGIVER, BIRTH- GIVING MISTRESS", AND "BIRTH-GIVING NOURISHING MOTHER. "


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Goddess Carya  

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THE WALNUT COMES FROM AN ORNAMENTAL TREE AND IS HIGHLY PRIZED FOR ITS BEAUTY, AND THE PRE-HELLENIC SETTLERS PERCEIVED THE FORCE OF NATURE IN THE TREES OF WHICH THEIR GODDESSES WERE EMBODIED. "CARYA", "THE LADY OF THE NUT TREE", IS A MAIDEN GODDESS. SHE WAS ONE OF THE THREE DAUGHTERS OF THE LACONIAN KING, "DION". THE OTHER DAUGHTERS WERE TURNED TO STONE FOR HAVING WATCHED TOO CLOSELY THEIR SISTER HAVING INTERCOURSE WITH HER LOVER.

"CARYA'S" STORY IS VERY SHORT. WHEN "DIONYSUS "VISITED THE COURT, HE FELL IN LOVE WITH HER, BUT SHE DIED VERY SUDDENLY SOON THEREAFTER BEFORE THEY COULD MARRY. " DIONYSUS" WAS HEARTBROKEN ABOUT LOSING HIS LOVE, AND TRY AS HE MIGHT, HE COULD NOT BRING HER BACK TO LIFE, SO INSTEAD HE IMMORTALIZED HER BY TURNING HER INTO A FERTILE WALNUT TREE. AND IT WAS BECAUSE "APOLLO" HAD GIFTED "CARYA "WITH CLAIRVOYANCE, THE "WALNUT TREE" BECAME AN ORACULAR TREE.

IT WAS "ARTEMIS" WHO BROUGHT THE SAD NEWS OF HER DEATH TO THE LACONIANS, AND A TEMPLE WAS BUILT AND DEDICATED TO "ARTEMIS CARYATIS. "IN TIME," CARYA" JUST AS "CALLISTO", LOST HER INDEPENDENT IDENTITY AS THE RELIGION OF THE GREAT "ARTEMIS" SWEPT OVER THE GREEK PROVINCES.

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Goddess Al Uzza  

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"AL UZZA" WAS THE VIRGIN WARRIOR GODDESS OF THE PRE-ISLAMIC TRIAD OF GODDESSES WHICH INCLUDE AL LAT AND MENAT. THEY WERE ALSO CALLED "THE DAUGHTERS OF ALLAH" AND WERE SUPPOSED TO INTERCEDE BEFORE ALLAH. HER NAME MEANS "THE MOST MIGHTY", AND SHE WAS KNOWN AS A FIERCE WARRIOR IN BATTLES AND WAS OFTEN CALLED UPON FOR PROTECTION. SHE WAS ALSO A RULER OF FERTILITY AND OF THE WILD BEASTS. IT IS SAID THAT AT ONE TIME, SHE RECEIVED BLOOD SACRIFICES OF HUMANS AND ANIMALS--BUT THIS INFORMATION COMES FROM ISLAMIC SOURCES AND IS MOST LIKELY BIASED.

HER RULE AS THE MORNING AND EVENING STAR GIVES HER POWER OVER ASTROLOGY AND THE CHANGING OF THE SEASONS. SHE IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PLANET, VENUS. AL UZZA IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE GODDESS OF THE SEA, THE GUARDIAN OF THE FISH AND DOLPHINS. HER NAME IS INVOKED BY TRAVELERS AND SAILORS...HOPING FOR A SAFE JOURNEY.

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Greek Goddess Akte  

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AKTE (pronounced ack-TAY) is one of the Greek Horai, Goddesses of the hours of daylight. Not to be confused with the Horai of the seasons, these twelve Horai were the daughters of Helios, God of the sun, and each one was responsible for one-twelfth of the length of daylight time (not necessarily one hour as we understand it). Akte's time was in the afternoon, and was known as the second of the work-hours. It was also associated with an afternoon meal. Akte's name, which may mean "corn," is also seen as ACTE.

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Baldr  

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Baldr (also Balder, Baldur) is a god in Norse mythology associated with light, beauty, love and happiness. In the 12th century, Danish accounts by Saxo Grammaticus and other Danish Latin chroniclers recorded a euhemerized account of his story. Compiled in Iceland in the 13th century, but based on much older Old Norse poetry, the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda contain numerous references to the death of Baldr as both a great tragedy to the AEsir and a harbinger of Ragnar"ok. According to Gylfaginning, a book of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, Baldr's wife is Nanna and their son is Forseti. In Gylfaginning, Snorri relates that Baldr had the greatest ship ever built, named Hringhorni, and that there is no place more beautiful than his hall, Breidablik.

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Goddess Harmonia  

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"HARMONIA", THE GREEK GODDESS OF MUSIC, DANCE, AND POETRY, WAS DEPICTED AS A GOOD NATURED SILVER-HAIRED GODDESS WHO WAS VERY MUCH LOVED BY THE ALL OF THE OTHER GODS AND GODDESSES. HER NAME MEANS "COMING TOGETHER" OR" JOINING". SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER CONCEIVED IN THE ADULTEROUS AFFAIR OF "ARES", THE GOD OF WAR, AND "APHRODITE, "THE GODDESS OF LOVE. "HARMONIA" SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN A GODDESS OF LOVE AND THE HARMONIZING POWER OF NATURE. SHE BRINGS HARMONY TO LIFE AS WELL AS THE GODDESS OF PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE AND CONCORD.

SHE WAS MARRIED TO THE THEBAN RULER, "CADMUS", AND AS SUCH WAS BELOVED BY THE THEBANS. THE OFFSPRING OF THIS MARRIAGE WOULD BE ONE SON, NAMED POLYDORUS, AND FOUR DAUGHTERS, "SEMELE, INO, AUTONOE," AND "AGAVE". AT "HARMONIA'S" MARRIAGE CEREMONY, ALL THE OLYMPIANS CAME DOWN FROM THE HEAVENS AND BORE MAGICAL GIFTS, INCLUDING A A MAGNIFICENT ROBE WHICH WAS WOVEN BY THE GRACES AND A FATAL NECKLACE WHICH CAUSED MISCHIEF AND MISFORTUNE TO EVERYONE WHO POSSESSED IT WAS BESTOWED BY "HEPHAESTUS, "STILL FURIOUS OVER HIS WIFE," APHRODITE'S "AFFAIR", "THAT GAVE IRRESISTIBLE SEXUALITY TO ITS WEARER. THIS SAME ROBE AND NECKLACE WOULD EVENTUALLY CAUSE "HARMONI"A TO BE UNFAITHFUL TO "CADMUS "AND DOOM THEIR DESCENDANTS TO ENDLESS TRAGEDY.

Later, BOTH "HARMONIA" AND "CADMUS" WERE TURNED INTO SERPENTS BY THE GODSAND TRANSFERRED TO THE ISLANDS OF THE BLEST, TO LIVE IN PEACE AND HARMONY FOR THE REST OF ETERNITY.

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Goddess Ninsar  

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NINSAR is the Sumerian Goddess of plants. She is the daughter of Ninhursag, Goddess of fertility, and Enki, God of the waters. She was impregnated by her father Enki and bore Ninkurra, also a Goddess of plants. Ninsar's name means "lady greenery," and she was also known as NINMU (lady who brings forth) or NINSHAR (lady herb).

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Hunab Ku  

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Hunab Ku is the name of a supposed Maya deity, described as "the supreme god" whose name appears in only two colonial sources: the Motul Dictionary and the Chilam Balam of Chumayel. The fact that the deity is described only in a few late sources, both of which are heavily influenced by Christianity has caused some scholars to suspect that the deity was not an actual Maya deity but was rather invented by Franciscan friars to ease the transition from the traditional polytheist Maya religion to strict Christian monotheism. References to Hunab Ku have figured prominently in New Age Mayanism such as that of Jos'e Arg"uelles.

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Goddess Pele  

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PELE (pronounced pay-lay) is the Hawaiian Goddess of fire, lightning, and volcanoes. She is the personification of the female temper, and makes her home in Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, where her rages manifest as eruptions. Pele is a rather playful Goddess, often appearing to mortals, either as a tall, beautiful young woman or as a frail, ugly old woman. She is frequently accompanied by her white dog, Poki, whom she sends to warn mortals of upcoming eruptions. She likes to test mortals by asking for food or drink or for a ride to another part of the island. Those who are kind to her are rewarded, while those who are not are likely to have their homes destroyed by fire.

Pele also punishes visitors who take lava rocks away with them. Although "Pele's curse" is said to be an urban legend started by a park ranger to preserve the volcano, others insist that it is true. Tourists who take away lava rock or volcanic sand often find bad luck awaiting them when they return home. Pele is very protective of her home and her children, and the only way to remove the curse is to ship the rock back to Hawaii and ask for her forgiveness. Every year, thousands of rocks are returned, and there are even companies that will assist these guilty tourists, leaving the rocks and an offering in hopes of appeasing the angry Goddess.

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