Paganism at One with Science
Ánsus [ˈansʊs]: Spiritual Gods
Pltawí Matér [pltɑˈwi mɑˈter]: earth mother, Gaia, the planet Earth (also known as Tersa [ˈtersɑ]), upon whom all of our lives depend.
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.
Bhágos [ˈbhagɔs]: god of revelry, god of food and wine, god of sensation.
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, and community, goddess of dawn.
Élba [ˈelbɑ]: child deity, androgynous godling of hope and of innocence.
Péwogom [ˈpewɔgɔm]: purgatory, realm of the Ánsus, and abode of all souls who choose to fight for the creation (or abstain from fighting), after they have been resurrected, yet while their mortal sins and imperfections are still being purged from them.
Kasterlom Péwogos [kɑˈsterlɔm ˈpewɔgɔs]: castle of purgatory, located in Péwogom.
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