In my spiritual practice, I experience deities as deeply syncretic beings that are a mixture of Roman, Kemetic, Germanic, Gaulish and various other mythologies. Though their elemental natures are defined by specific divine relationships and spiritual correspondences, they also manifest in other traditional, esoteric and contemporary mythological forms.
Epithets: Baal Hadad, Baal Hammon, Thor and Taranis
Archetype: The Sovereign
Animals: Rams, goats and eagles
Associated with sovereignty, the sky, storms, conflict, fertility, success, ambition and masculinity.
Epithets: Juno and Anat
Archetype: The Arbiter
Animals: Owls and quails
Associated with wisdom, order, law, justice, marriage, and healthy relationships.
Epithets: Sol and Grannus
Archetype: The Oracle
Associated with the sun, illumination, inspiration, divination, creativity, music, art, fitness, finesse and beauty.
Epithets: Luna and Artio
Archetype: The Huntress
Animals: Cats, deers and bears
Associated with the moon, nature, the hunt, animals, protection and retribution.
Epithets: Lugus and Moccus
Archetype: The Magician
Animals: Dogs, jackals, wolves, baboons and ibises
Associated with intelligence, communication, travel, commerce, transformation, magic, death and the underworld.
Epithets: Hathor and Ishtar
Archetype: The Charmer
Animals: Horses, cows, hares and doves
Associated with love, sexuality, fertility, magic, nature, femininity, ancestral wisdom and war.
Epithets: Faunus, Min and Freyr
Archetype: The Liberator
Animals: Bulls and snakes
Associated with desire, fertility, agriculture, sexuality, the wild, wine, creativity, theatre, prosperity, transformation and ecstatic mysticism.
Epithets: Ceres, Ops and Vesta
Archetype: The Crafter
Associated with the harvest, agriculture, time, fate, good fortune, prosperity, domesticity, crafts, the hearth, commerce, spontaneity, humor and optimism