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    She Who is All – The Goddess of Ten Thousand Names

    Nabia/Navia     The Goddess Nabia, also known as Navia, is a Goddess of many functions. She comes to us from ancient Lusitania on the Iberian Peninsula, on what is now Portugal. Her main function seems to be as a Goddess of waters, rivers and fountains, however, She is also worshiped in forested areas. It is possible Her name comes from the Sanskrit word, “navya”, which means water course. Also, the Portuguese name for ship is “navio”. Numerous rivers still have the name, as the River Navia in Northern Portugal. There have been at least 20 inscriptions dedicated to her throughout Western Iberia, which is Portugal and western Spain. Many…

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    GoodGod!

    Meet the Gods: Cernunnos     Merry meet. Cernunnos is one of the Ancient Ones, as old as the earth. The nature and fertility god is said to have been born of the All Mother Anu, working his magic in the wildwood as the first humans on earth came to be. He was part of evolution, seen “as a shape-shifting, shamanic god of the Hunt” in prehistoric times, according to the article, “Cernunnos – Ancient Celtic God” by J. M. Reinbold. His image was painted on cave walls and carved into cliffs. People dressed in skins, bones and feathers danced to communicate with him. They still do a dance in…