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Deity of the Day for December 15th - Saturn, The Roman God

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The Roman God, Saturn

Saturn is perhaps best known today for his annual winter festival of debauchery, called the Saturnalia, which falls in December. 332 more words

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Deity of the Day for December 14th is Mithras, Early Roman Sun God

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Mithras

The Legend of Mithras

Christianity hardly has a monopoly on the theme of resurrection, particularly around the winter holidays. A couple of thousand years ago, followers of a god named Mithras celebrated rebirth in much the same way as the followers of Jesus do today. 298 more words

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The Morrigan: Meeting the Great Queens by Morgan Daimler

Morgan Daimler is a Celtic Reconstructionist and dedicant of Macha based in New England. She teaches Irish myth, magic and folklore and has published nine books as well as poetry and prose in a variety of magazines, journals and anthologies. 567 more words

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Deity of the Day for Dec. 8th - Mani, Norse God of the Moon

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Mani

Mani is the Norse god of the moon. He is described as the personification of the physical moon, and he is Sunna’s brother. 93 more words

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Deity of the Day for December 4th - Jupiter

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 Jupiter

The Roman sky god and ruler of their pantheon, sometimes called Jove, Jupiter is a god of justice and was originally a god of (believe it or not) agriculture; in that capacity, he was called Jupiter Lucetius. 233 more words

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Wednesday's Deity of the Day - Odin/Wodin

Wednesday’s Deity of the Day

Odin/Wodin

The name Odin tends to be more Norse in origin, while the name Wodin is Anglo-Saxon and Germanic. This hanged god is a god of wisdom and poetry, and his titles are many, including the All-Father. 225 more words

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Hodr

Norse God

Hodr, sometimes called Hod, was the twin brother of Baldur, and the Norse god of darkness and winter. He also happened to be blind, and appears a few times in the Norse Skaldic poetry. 302 more words

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