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Pltawí Matér [pltɑˈwi mɑˈter 🔊]: earth mother, Gaia, the planet Earth (also called Tersa [ˈtersɑ 🔊]) upon whom all of our lives depend, lady of Kémelom (oberverse, or overworld).
Ménots [ˈmenɔts 🔊]: goddess of the Moon (conveyed across the sky by a mythic horse), goddess of introversion, of tides, and of menstruation, the Moon (Luna).
Dánu [ˈdanʊ 🔊]: river goddess, diva goddess of emotion, goddess of inland seas, lakes, rivers, streams, and springs, one of the three Mórinas [ˈmorɪnɑs 🔊] or fates — the present.
Néptonos [ˈneptɔnɔs 🔊]: god of the encircling ocean, god of the deep, god of the element of water, the planet Neptune.
Dheghom Matér [ˈdheghɔm mɑˈter 🔊]: an earth goddess, goddess of gathering, goddess of liberty, fecundity, and abundance, goddess of the element of earth, one of the three Mórinas [ˈmorɪnɑs 🔊] or fates — the past.
Áusos [ˈaʊsɔs 🔊]: goddess of horticulture and agriculture, goddess of healing, compassion, community, and the hearth, goddess of dawn.
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