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Author Topic: Mixing Pantheons?  (Read 22919 times)
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« Reply #33: August 13, 2007, 03:23:09 pm »

Juno seems to really appreciate Hershey's Special Dark Kisses for instance; I *know* they did not have those in Ancient Rome! Grin

Why doesn't that surprise me of Juno?

I think the most important thing to remember is that NEVER in the anchient cultures did the dieties live in a bubble they were always influenced by the surrounding cultures. Remember there were cults to Isis in Rome and by that time she was well developed into a romanized version of her egyption self. So social context of religion is important but it's the practitioner's context not the God's. If you are respectful and the God/Goddess agrees to the term then you don't have to worry. 

It interests me that the Celtic Gods don't want to kill the Roman god considering the history of the Roman's coming in an basicly distroying the celtic world. But they're eternal hell I guess that means they forgive each other.

If you're being called by two different Goddesses then there many be a reason for it and you should search for it. Just take care.
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