Greek mythology: the goddess of the night; personification of the night; daughter of Chaos. Her Roman counterpart is Nox
Etymology: Ancient Greek, Νύξ, “night”.
”..The God Graveyard, old gods that have been worshiped throughout our history but are no longer prayed to, how many more will be thrown into the wind?…”
That’s really creative and ingenious
This doesn’t even make sense considering Paganism in its various incarnations is one of the fastest growing religions in the world. I appreciate the point this display is trying to make, but must it ignore and insult living polytheistic beliefs to do so? These gods are still very much being prayed to. Atheists may not believe these gods exist, which is fine, but these are no less valid than other theistic beliefs and shouldn’t be presented as some forgotten relics. I mean, isn’t that ultimately the point? That believing in the newer gods is no less silly than believing in the older gods? Why not just say that instead of marginalizing Pagans? I’d be cool with that.
I) Horned God and Lord of Beast (Celtic-Continent)
II)Zodiac: Libra, Taurus III) Celebrations: Beltane, Ostara
IV)Element: Earth V) Trees: Holly, Laurel, Oak
VI) Herb & Garden: Ivy. Yarrow VII) Animals: Boar, Cattle (bull), Deer (stag)
VIII) Reptile: Snake
VIIII) Issues, Intentions &…
To the Ancient Egyptians, the sun represented light, warmth, and growth. This made the sun deity Ra very important as the sun was seen as the ruler of all that he created.