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Eostre

Eostre

Eostre (in German: Ostara) is an Anglo-Saxon goddess figure, representing the dawn. She was celebrated and invoked during the month of April, and her customs were connected to hares and eggs. They evolved into the “secular” elements of Easter that we know today.

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Gozer

Gozer

Gozer

Gozer is an ancient god, worshipped by the Hittites, Mesopotamians, and the Sumerians around 6000 BC. Gozer has appeared on this world several times. During the rectification of the Vuldronaii, the traveler came as a large and moving Torb. Then, during the third reconciliation of the last of the meketrex supplicants, they chose a new form for him: that of a giant Sloar. Many Shubs and Zuuls knew what it was the be roasted in the depths of the Sloar that day, I can tell you.

Helios

Helios

Helios

Helios is the personification of the sun in Greek mythology, essentially a god, but later overtaken (and combined with) the more popularly-known Apollo, god of light.

Horus

Horus

Horus

Horus is a very important sky/sun/war god from Egyptian mythology.

Bast

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Bast (later Bastet) is an Egyptian goddess of war and the sun.

Astaroth

Astaroth

Astaroth is a Prince of Hell in Christian demonology.

Inanna

Inanna

Inanna

Inanna is a Sumerian fertility goddess whose domain extended to love and war.

Incidentally, I’m not super happy with this sketch, but such is life when drawing in ink. Also, I have had a couple of things come up recently where I’ve been unable to be truly daily with Daily Deity. I don’t think this will be too frequent, but I’m not going to let it get to me.