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“I work with Ereshkigal, Oya, and Tlazolteotl,” she tells me.
Then she pauses for my reaction.
Welcome to the Irony-Free Zone.
Gee. The Sumerian Goddess of the Underworld, Santeria's Lady of Storms (mispronounced), and the Aztec 'Eater of Filth.'
Clearly, I'm supposed to be impressed.
Nergal is the next "graveyard" divinity that I am honoring. I found his tales very interesting, especially that he was associated with Hercules. Nergal was conceived in the underworld when his mother went to rescue her rapist from his punishment.
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You are very welcome, Lizann! Glad you found it helpful.
Thank you for this.
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