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  • Keltic Cults

    The Kelts venerate a diverse pantheon of gods sometimes called the _Tuatha Dé Dannan_ (The Tribe of Danu) comprised of: [[Danu]], [[Dagda]], [[Lugh Lamhfada]], [[Arawn]], [[Biera]] (also called [[Cailleach Bheur | The Cailleach Bheur]] by the Picts), [[ …

  • Gaia

    The primal goddess who gave birth to the firmament, the titans and the universe. Through her son and husband [[Ouranos]] they birthed the great [[Titans]] and all of creation. Gaia is not worshiped and has no priesthood. She is inscrutable force that …

  • Titans

    The traditional Illyrian gods; the Titans are divine offspring of the primal Old Gods [[Gaia]] and [[Ouranos]]. [[Hyperion]], [[Theia]], [[Oceanus]], [[Atlas]], [[Prometheus]], [[Phoebe]], [[Kronus]], [[Rhea]], [[Helios]], [[Selene]], [[Eos]], and [[ …

  • Hyperion

    [[File:655143 | class=media-item-align-right | 300px | Hyperion.jpg]] *HYPERION* is the Titan god of heavenly light, one of the sons of [[Ouranos]] (Heaven) and [[Gaia]] (Earth), and the father of the lights of heaven -- [[Eos]] (the Dawn)), [[Helios …

  • Helios

    [[File:655141 | class=media-item-align-center | Helios.jpg]] HELIOS was the Titan god of the sun, a guardian of oaths, and the god of sight. He dwelt in a golden palace in the River Okeanos (Oceanus) at the far ends of the earth from which he emerged …

  • Ouranos

    [[File:655147 | class=media-item-align-left | 300px | Ouranos.jpg]] *OURANOS* was the primordial god of the heavens; the son and first consort of [[Gaia]]. Ouranos sired twelve sons and six daughters with Gaia. He locked the eldest of these -- the …

  • UbboSathla

    [[File:653946 | class=media-item-align-center | Figures_Dagon.JPG]] *"The Unbegotten Source"* A primeval idiot demiurge said to lay at the heart of the vast swirling vortex in the heart of the Stygian Sea. Little is known of Ubbo-Sathla, but …

  • Phobos

    [[File:655184 | class=media-item-align-center | 600px | Phobos.jpg]] "The Unseen Moon" and "The Moon of Ill Omen," Phobos is an erratic dark body in the heavens, whose comings and goings defy prediction by astronomers and astrologers. Phobos cannot …

  • Underworld

    More than simple caves and subterranean warrens, the _Underworld_ is a mythic land of umbral darkness; a land of foul spirits, the damned and fey creatures like trolls, [[Dvergar (Dwarfs) | dvergar]], giants and other nameless horrors. The boundary …

  • The Morrigan

    [[File:658534 | class=media-item-align-left | 300px | Morrigan.jpg]] *The Morrigan* or _*Morrigu*_ is a tri-parte goddess sometimes seen as three aspects of the same figure, or alternatively three sisters. She is a goddess of battle and war …

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