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Mythological Spotlight #4: Enki

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Also known as Ea, Enki is an important deity recorded in one of the mythology of the Sumerian and Akkadian civilizations. He tends to be viewed as the creator of humanity, a lord of wisdom and the soul, and as a rather mischievous deity. 1,644 more words

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Deities with Problems with one Another

Even within a pantheon deities can have problems with one another. For example, The Morrigan never likes it when I speak to Siannon in a meditation. 39 more words

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Polytheism

I am a polytheist, which means I follow many deities. When I first started out, I read a book which said that you follow one male and one female deity as a “Lord and Lady”. 133 more words

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Irish Deity Names

When reading about Irish deities there are two things you have to bear in mind :-

1. Spellings are optional. A name may be spelt (depending on which source you read) as Tealte, Tailte and so on and so forth. 34 more words

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31 Days of Offerings - Days 6-11: Simple Steps Forward

Day 6-7: Keeping it Simple

Water. Whisky. Showing up.

Water. Whisky. Showing up.

Well water for the well spirits, the harvest deities whose time has passed. 348 more words

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New Page: Downloads

A new Downloads page has been added to the blog. All of the files are free and in .pdf format. As of right now, the following are available for download: 12 more words

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Homework

Sometimes the deities will ask you to do something in meditation. This is not restricted to those deities who you follow. It’s always a good idea to do what they ask, as I have found that the task is beneficial to you. 37 more words

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