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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahautenites View Post
    This one, I know as Khnum. He's associated with pottery and creating things from clay, too. In one of the creation myths, He created people out of clay on His potter's wheel.
    Wow! Like in the bible it talks the same way~ and the "Soul Breathe" as well! I just glanced over it as I was saving to repost here..
    How fitting!
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    Hemsut
    Goddess of fate and protection
    Hemsut (Hemuset) was the goddess of fate and protection.
    She is representative of the ka (vital spark of the human soul) and were the female counterparts of the Ka.
    Her headdress bears a shield, above which are two crossed arrows.
    They were often depicted as women cradling children.
    They were said to have been created by Ptah or as forces raised by Neith from the primeval waters.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Element: Water
    Symbols: Shield, Bows, Children
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    Anu
    God of heaven, lord of constellations, king of gods
    Anu ("sky, heaven") was a sky-god, the god of heaven, lord of constellations,
    king of gods, spirits and demons, and dwelt in the highest heavenly regions.
    He was part of a triad of gods with Enlil (god of the air) and Enki (god of water).�
    According to legends, An took over heaven when Ki (Earth) gave birth to Enlil (god of the air)
    and separated Heaven and Earth.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Sumerian
    Abode: Heaven
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    God/Goddess a day

    5-9-2016
    Iat
    Goddess of milk, nurturing and childbirth
    Iat is a Goddess of milk and of nurturing and childbirth.
    The Egyptian word for milk is iatet. Milk was among the most divine of nourishments.
    She is mentioned in the Pyramid Texts, Utterance 211, where she is described as being the Kings Foster Mother:
    "..for my foster mother is Iat, and it is she who nourishes me, it is indeed she that bore me."
    She is seldom mentioned in ancient texts and very little is known about her.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Element: Water
    Offerings: Milk
    Symbols: Bowl, Milk
    ~~~~~
    Jupiter
    Supreme King of the Gods
    Jupiter (Jove) is the king of the gods, the sky, thunder and the cheif god of the Romans,
    he was the equivalent of the Greek god Zeus. His two main symbols were the Thunderbolt and the Eagle,
    which were often combined in the form of an eagle holding thunderbolts in it's claws. He was a divine witness
    to oaths, propechy and augury, viniculture. He was worshipped at the Temple of Jupiter, on the Capitoline Hill
    along with Juno and Minerva.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Roman
    Abode: Hills, Sky
    Animals: Eagle, Horses
    Colours: White, Red
    Consort: Juno
    Day: Thursday
    Element: Air
    Offerings: Bread, Milk, Cheese, Walnuts
    Planet: Jupiter
    Plant/Tree: Oak Tree
    Symbols: Thunderbolt, Chariots
    Time: July
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    Aditi
    Mother Goddess
    Aditi ("Unbound, Free One") is a sky goddess and mother of the gods from whose cosmic matrix the heavenly bodies
    were born. She is the mother of everything and she is associated with space and mystic speech.
    She is sometimes identified as the cosmic cow, the creator of the universe. She is invoked for protection,
    cattle, forgivness, freedom from sin, abundance, wealth and safety.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Hindu
    Abode: Space
    Animals: Cow
    Symbols: Butter, 12, Cow
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    Whiro
    Lord of darkness and embodiment of evil
    Whiro, is the lord of darkness and the embodiment of all evil.
    His brother and arch-enemy is Tane, the god of forests and of birds.
    As an underworld deity he is responsible for the ills of all persons.
    In legends when people die, their bodies descend into the underworld, where they are eaten by Whiro.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Maori
    Abode: Underworld
    Animals: Lizard
    Colours: Black
    Time: Night
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    Istustaya
    Goddess of destiny
    Istustaya is a goddess of destiny who is closely associated with Papaya,
    their task is to spin the thread of life, especially the one of the king.
    They are strongly associated with divination, communication (with the Divine) and destiny.
    Her symbols are sacred dance, circles, mirrors, and thread.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Hittite
    Element: Air
    Symbols: Sacred dance, circles, mirrors, thread
    ~~~~~
    Aether
    God of the Air
    Aether ("brightness") is a Greek primordial deity, the first-born elementals.
    Aether is the personification of the upper air.
    He embodies the pure upper air that the gods breathe,
    as opposed to the normal air breathed by mortals.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Greek
    Abode: Upper Air
    Consort: Hemara
    Element: Air
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    Kmartin, how do you decide which deities are the ones of the day?
    Even when your hope is gone, move along just to make it through the night.
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    I go to "The white goddess" site that has widjets? that you can check for the Goddess and then switch to another widjet for the God of the day. I do the "Tarot and Rune" of the day from my own decks and rune set.... I love doing them but my only part that slightly bothers me is very rarely is there any of the pantheons I'm use to! These are a lot more rarer ones I guess you could say...

    I do know of a couple of other sites that have more Goddess's (More pantheons) but how to pick which one for each day? Roll a dice? pendulum? What do you think? Would love to see more northern? ones..(celtic, roman, greek, chinese, irish etc etc)
    Maybe they just haven't come up ye I suppose...
    Do think folks would like more variety?
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    God/Goddess of the day

    5-12-2016
    Mano
    Goddess of the Moon
    Mano (Manno, Aske, Manna) is a personification of the moon, she was considered unpredictable and dangerous.
    She was worshiped around the time of the new moon, especially around the Winter Solstice,
    and during that time it was taboo to make any kind of noise.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Sami
    Planet: Moon
    Symbols: Moon
    Time: Winter Solstice
    ~~~~~
    Teshub
    God of the sky, weather and storms.
    Teshub is the God of the sky, weather and storms. He is depicted holding a triple thunderbolt and a weapon,
    usually an axe or mace. His symbol was the Sacred Bull and was the wife of Hebat the mother goddess.
    He slew the serpent dragon Illuyanka.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Hurrian
    Abode: Sky
    Animals: Bull
    Consort: Hebat, Arinniti
    Element: Air
    Symbols: Sacred Bull, Thunderbolt, Axe, Mace
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    Meret
    Goddess associated with rejoicing, singing, and dancing

    Meret ("beloved") was the wife of Hapy, the god of the Nile. She was a Goddess associated with rejoicing,
    singing, and dancing and symbolic of bounty from the inundation of the Nile. She is depicted with the either
    the Blue Lotus or Papyrus - the symbols for Upper and Lower Egypt - and an offering bowl.
    In later times she became goddess of the eighth hour, in the Book of Gates.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Colours: Hapy
    Element: Water
    Offerings: Singing, Dancing
    Symbols: Blue Lotus, Papyrus, Offering Bowl
    ~~~~~
    Raijin
    God of thunder and lightning.

    Raijin ("thunder God") was the God of thunder and lightning and storms.
    He is depicted as a red demon beating drums to create thunder. Raijin is also considered a god of agriculture,
    his lightning is said to fertilise rice plants.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Japanese
    Consort: Raiju
    Element: Air
    Plant/Tree: Rice
    Symbols: Drums
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    Hebat
    Sun goddess.
    Hebat (Kheba, Khepat) Sun and mother goddess, known as "the mother of all living".
    She is also a Queen of the gods. She is wife to Teshub.
    Hebat later assimilated the Hittite sun goddess Arinniti.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Hurrian
    Consort: Teshub
    Planet: Sun
    Symbols: Sun
    ~~~~~
    Ehecatl
    God of wind.
    Ehecatl
    Ehecatl ("Wind") is a God of winds and a creator god, he is also associated with all the cardinal points.
    He symbolised fertility and human breath. He is seen as an aspect of the Feathered Serpent deity (Quetzalcoatl).
    His breath caused the sun and moon to move and drive away the rain.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Aztec
    Abode: Underworld
    Colours: Black
    Element: Air
    Symbols: Conch Shell, Tree
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