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Airmid - OWM Goddess Gallery

This website has a wonderful arrangement of information regarding the Goddess Airmid, who was chosen to be the Deity of the Week over on the facebook page. 118 more words

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Weekly Deity: Februus

Februus is mainly known as the Roman god of purification.  The month of February is named after him, and his festival is the Februalia.

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Weekly Deity: Ninkasi

Ninkasi is the Mesopotamian goddess of beer.  She sounds like tons of fun!

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No descriptions of Ninkasi have survived, so what she looked like is speculation. 249 more words

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Weekly Deity: Hemera

Hemera is the Greek goddess and personification of day.

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Like many other sky deities, Hemera rode in a chariot when she brought the day.  She would have appeared as a young woman in artistic renditions, probably with golden hair and fair skin, though descriptions of her are scarce.  280 more words

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Weekly Deity: Crow

Crow is a deity of the Iroquois tribe in North America.  He is a symbol of wisdom, being a wise creature, and also a deity of corn.  303 more words

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Weekly Deity: Tepeyollotl

Tepeyollotl is the Aztec god of earthquakes, caves, echoes, and jaguars.  his name means “heart of the mountains.”

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This god is associated with jaguars, and so is often depicted as a jaguar or a man wearing a jaguar skin leaping toward the sun. 124 more words

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Weekly Deity: Ilyapa

Ilyapa is the Incan god of weather, rain, and thunder.

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This god was thought to carry a club and stones.  He wore shining clothes.  He was also human in form. 287 more words

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