Paganism at One with Science
Djéwes [ˈdjewɛs]: Celestial Gods
Djéus Patér [ˈdjeʊs pɑˈter]: sky father, lord of the oberverse (upperworld) and of the daytime sky, the planet Jupiter.
Bhrghontí [bhrghɔnˈti]: elder deity, androgynous deity of magic and of wisdom, the planet Saturn, ferryman of departed souls across the waters of Posticita [pɔstɪˈgwitɑ] (afterlife).
Sáwel [ˈsawɛl]: god of the Sun (conveyed across the sky by a mythic horse), god of extraversion, the Sun (Sol).
Dhugter Diwós [ˈdhuktɛr dɪˈwos]: muse, goddess of intuition.
Wlkános [wlˈkanɔs]: god of smithing, god of reason and of volcanism.
Mánus [ˈmanʊs]: hero deity, androgynous god of sacrifice.
Páuson [ˈpaʊsɔn]: god of the hunt, god of survival, individuality, and fertility.
Érjamon [ˈerjɑmɔn]: herald, messenger god, conveyor of consciousness from Óljamma, the planet Mercury.
Máwort [ˈmawɔrt]: god of herders (e.g. shepherds, goatherds, cowherds, swineherds) and of animal husbandry, god of authority and of domination, god of dusk.
Peridhóighos [pɛrɪˈdhoɪghɔs]: paradise, realm of the Djéus, and final abode of all souls who choose to fight for the creation (or abstain from fighting), once they have individually achieved perfect enlightenment and have at last demonstrated themselves prepared.
Altópolis Peridhóighosjo [ɑlˈtopɔlɪs pɛrɪˈdhoɪghɔsjɔ]: citadel of paradise, located in Peridhóighos.
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