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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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Remembering Apocatequil

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Child of the first mortal

Begat upon a rayless woman

Twin of Piguerao

Reviver of your own mother

Slayer of killers

Hands of Ataguju

Releaser of Mankind

Wielder of the Golden Spade

Slinger of Stones

Father of Thunderbolts

Fertile One

Protector from Lightning

Bequeather of Love Charms

God of the Mountain Top

Lord of the Night

Priest of the Moon

Protector of Twins

Apocatequil, I remember you.

 

 

Apocatequil is divinity #15 from the gods of the “graveyard”.  (My apologies for the continual delays in posting…more hours at work and assembling an elementary school yearbook has taken up all my free time of late.)

Major Source:  http://www.sacred-texts.com/nam/mmp/mmp10.htm

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So much has changed for me in the last year. I'm an eclectic polytheist whose main divinities are Heru-ur, Isis, Zeus, Hermes and Hestia. 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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