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Earth God by Jon Messenger

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Shrines & Temples in Hong Kong

Ubiquitous. The last time I used the word “ubiquitous” was in my recent past, working in the world of digital transformation programmes. It’s probably an inappropriate use of it here, but that is how I think of shrines in Hong Kong. 1,131 more words

Hong Kong

Top Taipei Day Trips: Pilgrimage to the Temple of the Earth God (TuDiGong)

It’s not quite “Journey to the West” but the trek to the top of ZhongHe’s (中和)  HongLuDi NanShan FuDeGong (烘爐地南山福德宮) temple is monumental in its effort, and not for the faint hearted. 670 more words

Taiwan

Hymn to Geb

After getting the book “Circle of Isis” for xmas, I was delighted with the chapter ‘songs for the gods’ as I’m also learning to play electric guitar (possibly a midlife crisis issue??) 160 more words

Egyptian Witchcraft

Geb

Geb- Earth God

From the creation myth of ‘Ennead of Heliopolis’

Colour: Green or Black (Green was considered a fertility and rebirth colour, and Geb was mostly depicted in the colour green, black was sometimes associated with him as like Green, Black was considered Fertility and life, from the rich black soils that enriched the crops) 48 more words

Egyptian Witchcraft

The Seven Rays of God: The Aether God

“My mighty assignment is similar in nature to that of the Earth God: I am to prepare the proper conditions for all the organic and inorganic substance that were, are, and will be essential for the existence of the several earths in the Entire Universe. 102 more words

Heaven

A is for Aulë

(Here we go, first PBP post! And I am ridiculously nervous, but let’s do this…)

In my pantheon, Aulë is  one of the Aratar, or Greater Powers. 540 more words

Pagan