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The Male Moon And The Female Sun

The Moon has always been of great importance since time long lost in memory, while humanity was still young and looked at the skies for guidance, not only with their deities but also as something to mark the passing of days so they could move from one place to another and count the distance by the passage of the moon. 599 more words

European History

Working With The Gods: Mani

Mani is the Moon god of the northern pantheon, he is brother to Sunna, the goddess of the Sun.
Mani has more affection to the humans of midgard than his sister, he often wanders making contact with the mortals, watching over them and giving protection. 241 more words

Gods And Mythology

A Quick History of the Word Moon

Recently, a friend of mine inquired about why all the other planets and their satellites are named after Greco-Roman gods and goddesses, and the moon is simply … the moon. 662 more words

Nut: A mother, watching over us from the heavens

Pinning down the correct theology of any member of the Egyptian pantheon can be difficult to do.  The Goddesses of ancient Egypt — Hathor, Nut, Isis — trade headdresses of cow’s horns and sun discs, swallow and give birth to Sun Gods and absorb each others’  titles and attributes, growing and shrinking with the ebb and flow of political power and popular imagination.  324 more words


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If you are as fascinated by the Egyptian gods and goddesses as I am, you will enjoy this blog from Queen of Heaven.


In the past Balladeer’s Blog examined sun deities and monster slayers from neglected pantheons of gods from around the world. This time around neglected moon deities will be the subject. 973 more words

Balladeer's Blog

The Pagan Moon

Esbats and Moon Phases

The Esbats are the Wiccan Full Moon Celebrations.

There are 12 – 13 Full Moons yearly, or one every 28.1/4 days. 1,027 more words