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Thread: Goddess//God for today

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    Thanks so much for this thread!

    I am trying to discipline myself to checking in to MW once a day without a reminder ping or punch of some sort.

    This is a very fun and informative thread...very interesting. And every day there is a new someone or other!
    I must down to the seas again, to the vagrant gypsy life,
    To the gull's way and the whale's way where the wind's like a whetted knife;
    And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover
    And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over. - John Masefield

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    Sirona
    Goddess of Healing Springs
    Goddess worshipped by the Treveri in the Moselle Valley. A healing deity,
    she was associated with healing springs; her attributes were snakes and eggs.
    Many of her temples and shrines were constructed around thermal springs or wells.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Celtic
    Abode: Thermal springs or wells
    Animals: Dog, Snakes
    Colours: Blue
    Consort: Grannus
    Direction: West
    Element: Water
    Offerings: Fruit, Corn, Eggs
    Symbols: Snakes, Eggs, Patera, Sceptre
    Tarot Card: Cups
    ~~~~~
    Kherty
    Earth God and a God of the underworld
    His name means "Lower One", he was both hostile and protective.
    He acted as a guadian of the Royal Tomb, whilst also threatening the pharaoh
    on his journey to the afterlife. His main cult centre was at Letopolis.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Abode: Underworld
    Animals: Ram
    Direction: West
    Element: Earth
    Symbols: Ba (Soul)
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    I like doing these cause you never know when either the paganday thread or the god/goddess will have just the right info that will work perfect for any magical work your interested in doing! my only problem getting on daily is on the weekends.... hubby is jealous of my computer time. LOL
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    Sulis
    Mother Goddess, Goddess of Healing Springs
    Sulis
    Sulis was a deity worshiped at the thermal spring of Bath. She was considered as a nourishing,
    life-giving mother goddess and as an effective agent of curses wished by her votaries.
    Curse tablets found at Bath appeal to Sulis to punish the perpetrators of the crime.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Celtic
    Abode: Thermal Springs
    Animals: Eagle, lion, phoenix
    Colours: Gold, yellow
    Element: Water
    Incense: Cinnamon, cloves, frankincense, laurel
    Plant/Tree: Acacia, ash, bay laurel, birch
    ~~~~~
    Manannan
    God of Sailors and Merchants
    Manannán mac Lir is a sea deity in Irish mythology. Manannán has strong ties to the Isle of Man.
    At Midsummer, offerings of bundles of reeds, meadow grasses and yellow flowers are made to Manannán.
    He is also associated with the Otherworld, the weather and the mists between the worlds.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Celtic
    Abode: Sea
    Consort: Fand
    Element: Water
    Musical Instrument: Harp
    Offerings: Reeds, Meadow Grass, Yellow Flowers
    Plant/Tree: Apple Tree
    Symbols: Cauldron of regeneration, The Triskele
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    Freyja is a goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, sei�war, and death.
    She riders a chariot pulled by two cats. Freyja rules over her heavenly afterlife field
    F�angr and there receives half of those that die in battle.
    She is invoked in matters of fertility and love.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Norse
    Animals: Cats, boars, falcons, horses, sows, hares
    Colours: Black, green, red, gold
    Consort: Odr
    Crystal: Carnelian, Green tourmaline, Amber, Rose quartz, Copper Gold
    Day: Friday
    Offerings: Strawberries
    Planet: Ursa minor, Freyas girdle, Venus
    Plant/Tree: Elder, Birch, Cowslip, Daisy, Primrose, Rose
    Rune: Fehu, Kenaz
    Symbols: Distaff
    Tarot Card: Magician, Lovers, High Priestess, 9 of Pentacles

    ~~~~~
    Heryshaf
    Ram God Ruler of Riverbanks

    Heryshaf
    Heryshaf, meaning "He who is on his lake", was an ancient ram-god whose cult
    was centered in Herakleopolis Magna. He was a creator and fertility god
    who was born from the primeval waters. He was identifed with Ra and Osiris.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Abode: Rivers, Lakes
    Symbols: Atef Crown, Sun Disk
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmartin60 View Post
    I like doing these cause you never know when either the paganday thread or the god/goddess will have just the right info that will work perfect for any magical work your interested in doing! my only problem getting on daily is on the weekends.... hubby is jealous of my computer time. LOL
    That's true.

    Sirona is a good example of that for me.

    As far as computer time goes, my husband is usually on his laptop when I'm on here so he is too engrossed in his own pursuits to fuss with me. :D
    I must down to the seas again, to the vagrant gypsy life,
    To the gull's way and the whale's way where the wind's like a whetted knife;
    And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover
    And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over. - John Masefield

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    my husband has enough of computers at work he really dislikes them! LOL and since he leaves here before 5 in the morning and doesn't get in till after 6 then bed by 9 we don't have a lot of time together.....shrugs....


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    Perchta
    Goddess of Fertility
    Her name means "the bright one". She was known as a goddess who oversaw spinning and weaving;
    she was sometimes the leader of the Wild Hunt.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Teutonic
    Abode: Forests
    Animals: Barn owls, dogs, birds of prey, wolves, goats
    Crystal: Red jasper, petrified wood, moonstone
    Incense: Cederwood, Lavender
    Offerings: Hazel nuts, honey, mead, red meat
    Symbols: Spinning, Weaving, spindle
    ~~~~~
    Forseti
    God of justice who settles court disputes in his gilded hall.
    Forseti ("the presiding one") is an �r god of justice and reconciliation.
    His home is Glitnir and it had a silver ceiling and golden pillars.
    It is said that all those who come before him leave reconciled.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Norse
    Abode: Glitnir
    Colours: Silver, Gold
    Rune: Sowilo, Tiwaz
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    Nut
    Goddess of the sky and heavens
    She was seen as a star-covered nude woman arching over the earth, or as a cow.
    She was originally the goddess of the nighttime sky. Nut is a goddess in the Ennead
    and appears in the creation myth of Heliopolis.
    She was often painted on the inside lid of the sarcophagus to protect the deceased.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Animals: Sow, Piglets
    Colours: Blue
    Consort: Geb
    Plant/Tree: Sycamore Tree
    Symbols: Sky, Star, Ladder
    ~~~~~
    Mercury
    Messenger God and God of Commerce
    Mercury, one of the 12 gods of the Dii Consentes. He was the patron god of financial gain,
    commerce, eloquence, messages/communication (including divination), travelers, boundaries,
    luck, trickery and thieves; he was also the guide of souls to the underworld.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Roman
    Abode: Crossroads, Market place
    Animals: Cockerel, Ram, Tortoise
    Colours: Red, White, Green
    Crystal: Mercury, Zinc
    Day: Wednesday
    Direction: East
    Element: Air
    Musical Instrument: Lyre
    Planet: Mercury
    Plant/Tree: Dogs Mercury, Anise, Dill, Fennel
    Symbols: Caduceus, Money bag, Windged cap, Sandals
    Tarot Card: The magician
    Time: May 15, the Mercuralia, June
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    Salus
    Goodess of Well-being, Health and Prosperity
    Salus was the personification of security and well-being of both the individual and the state.
    Her temple on the Quirinal at Rome, dedicated in 302 bc, was the scene of an annual sacrifice
    on August 5. Salus is associated with the Greek goddess Hygeia.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Roman
    Offerings: Grain
    Symbols: Patera, Snake
    Time: August 5th
    ~~~~~
    Njord
    God of the sea, wind and fire.
    Njord is a god among the Vanir and father of the deities Freyr and Freyja and is associated with sea,
    seafaring, wind, fishing, wealth, and crop fertility. He bestows good fortune to those on the sea.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Norse
    Abode: Sea
    Consort: Skadi
    Rune: Laguz
    Symbols: Chariot
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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    Libitina
    Goddess of Funerals

    Libitina was associated with Venus. The grove of Libitina was located on the Esquiline Hill
    celebrated its founding anniversary on August 19, the day of the Vinalia Rustica.
    A guild of funeral directors� was based in the grove of Libitina.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Roman
    Abode: Sacred Grove
    Animals: Birds of Prey
    Colours: Green, brown, yellow, black
    Crystal: Garnet, Smokey quartz, obsidian, onyx
    Direction: North
    Element: Earth
    Offerings: Coins
    Planet: Saturn, Pluto, Venus
    Plant/Tree: Mugwort, patchouli, horehound, sage, henbane
    Tarot Card: Pentacles
    Time: August 19th
    ~~~~~

    Mithras
    God of Sun and Light

    The name of the Persian god Mithra, adapted into Greek as Mithras, and the Mithraic Mysteries
    were a mystery religion practiced in the Roman Empire.
    In every Mithraeum the centerpiece was a representation of Mithras killing a sacred bull;
    the so-called tauroctony. Mithras was said to be born from a rock and is often depicted
    emerging with a dagger in one hand and a torch in the other.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Roman
    Abode: Caverns, Underground Temples
    Animals: Bull, Lion
    Colours: Yellow, White
    Day: Sunday
    Element: Fire
    Offerings: Candles, Honey
    Planet: Sun
    Symbols: Phrygian Cap, Rock
    Time: Midsummer
    [SIGPIC] Kim



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