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The Study of Pagan Gods and Goddesses- Lugh, Master of Skills


Master of Skills

Similar to the Roman god Mercury, Lugh was known as a god of both skill and the distribution of talent. There are countless inscriptions and statues dedicated to Lugh, and Julius Caesar himself commented on this god’s importance to the Celtic people. 3,939 more words


The Study of Pagan Gods & Goddesses: Hades, Lord of the Underworld


Lord of the Underworld

The Greeks called him the Unseen One, the Wealthy One, Pluoton, and Dis. But few considered the god Hades lightly enough to call him by his name. 3,852 more words

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Study of Pagan Gods and Goddesses: Mars, Roman God of War

Mars, Roman God of War

Mars is the Roman god of war, and scholars say he was one of the most commonly worshiped deities in ancient Rome. 1,697 more words

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The Hall of Prayer

I finish the first draft of an essay on prayer. Following my devotions I go to bed. I wake in the night knowing I have stumbled into something far bigger than I could have imagined. 191 more words

Gwyn Ap Nudd

A Spot On The Horizon - Geoff Le Pard #writephoto #flashfiction

The fog had filled the valley bottom for weeks. Local people spoke of how their great grandparents remembered a time when a cruel cold miasma covered the land; when it was said the gods were displeased; when the harrowing howls that filled the air would never be forgotten. 94 more words


The Study of Pagan Gods & Goddesses for April 2nd - Anubis


Anubis is one of the most iconic gods of ancient Egypt. Anubis is the Greek version of his name, the ancient Egyptians knew him as Anpu (or Inpu). 2,599 more words

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Two Poems in one day! Secrets NaPoWriMo - Day One 2018

I must have been mind reading for the first prompt as I wrote this yesterday and then wrote the poem on the early bird prompt. (See previous entry) 181 more words