Re: God of Lunar Feminism?

From: Richard Hayes <richard_hayes29_at_Btqnshw1ogJaFE9rgNDkyoVQLENNG-3d3P7fewhLlEXbSln-N6C3WRxiE7BK>
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2012 11:15:28 +0000 (GMT)

There is also Yara Aranis, Teelo Norri and She Who Waits  
Richard Hayes

From: Santo Sengupta <> To: Sent: Wednesday, 14 March 2012, 0:17
Subject: Re: God of Lunar Feminism?

There are a plethora of powerful goddesses in the Lunar Pantheon. Pick up a copy of ILH2.
Off the top of my head, I would say:

- Natha, the Balancing Red Moon, who is one of the Masks of Sedenya.
- Queen Deezola of the Seven Mothers
- Davadeezola, who is a descendent of Queen Deezola who is more actively
- Jakaleel the Witch, if you wanted to go with a more creepy/dark vibe. - Hwarin Dalthippa if you wish to be all about conquering the barbarians and building roads
- Etryies, if she wishes to be all about communication and trading - Hon Eel, if she wants to dance, do blood rites, grow things, and rule.

Become Sevened, and join them all!

aum shanti shanti shantih.
"The world is like the impression left by the telling of a story."  - from the Yoga Vāsiṣṭha

On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 7:57 PM, drscience3000 <>wrote:

> **
> If you had a Lunar character who had overtly "feminist" views, ie that
> women have a bad deal vis-a-vis men and there needs to be a movement to
> change that, is there a particular cult they would join?


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