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Author Topic: Minor Gods/Goddesses?  (Read 3703 times)
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« Reply #6: April 09, 2009, 08:26:25 pm »

So, anyways - does anyone have a minor God or Goddess that is important to them? How do you go about forming a relationship with Them when there is such little information available?

*scratches head* I am looking to get into a relationship with Semele and Ariadne, or at least feel I should do stuff for them that gets them out there in the "public eye" as it were. Also Menhyt and Anhur, whose relationship was more than likely the basis of the "Return of the Distant Goddess" myth and festival, with Anhur meaning "He who returns the distant one", I believe.

With them.. you tend to have to go a lot on UPG, but starting with what you know historically and then going from there. You can also keep in contact with people who follow major deities they might be connected to as well, as its possible they could have had minor encounters with these minor gods.
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