From the Oak: Let’s hear it for the God!

Many are those that focus on female divinities, leaving male divinities in the shadows if they get mentioned at all. This is a shame. Here I will share my thoughts, stories and prayers on male divinities. Currently focusing on divinities placed in an atheist "graveyard".

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Child of Nine

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Nine maids,nine waves
Asleep upon the shore

Allfather, Divine Knave
Enchanted by the seamaids

Nine brides, nine beds
Eight seawives and one seamother

Nine beings, then Ten
Far from the eyes of men

Nine sisters, Nine waves
And one child far from land

Weary wave, fresh waves
Each sister bore the tyke

Nine wives, nine waves
Safely to land he arrived

Allfather, Divine Husband
Who bore this child asked he

Nine wives, nine waves
I did said the sea chorus

Divine gifts, Divine threats
The mother remained unknown

Nine waves, Nine mothers
of the watcher Heimdallr

 

 

This tale is in honor of my vow to honor those from the atheist's graveyard.

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I'm an eclectic polytheist whose main divinities are Heru-ur, Bast, Sobek, Yinepu Isis, Zeus-Serapis, and Yemaya. I'm a mother, wife and Librarian living in the Rocky Mountains stumbling on my path and wondering what the heck I'm doing. Blessed be.

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