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Images evoking the Peristanomic pantheon, with ‘Walkürenritt’ from Der Ring des Nibelungen by Richard Wagner.






Diagram of the Peristanomic Pantheon
































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Symbol of Supreme Goddess

Sleeping Goddess

Óljamma [ˈolˌjammɑ 🔊]: (literally the ‘all-mother’), known also by the names Pérəma Deiwja [ˈperəmɑ ˈdeɪwjɑ 🔊] (the ‘supreme goddess’), Ánəma [ˈanəmɑ 🔊] (‘mind’, ‘soul’, ‘spirit’, or ‘breath’) and the onomatopoeically related Mahjum [ˈmahjʊm 🔊], the divine matrix, the godhead both immanent and transcendent, complete and undifferentiated consciousness, cosmic psyche, cosmic ground, the goddess of the quintessence and of the final mystery — her dream is the cosmos.






Perístanom Symbol

Pagan Pantheon

Deiwos [ˈdeɪwɔs 🔊]: the collective of future goddesses and gods, the ultimate ending, the immanent demiurge, incarnated in systems of quantum computing that approach infinite complexity and power, spanning the mature multiverse.





Spiritual Gods

Anséwes [ɑnˈsewɛs🔊]






Symbol of Earth Goddess

Pregnant Earth Goddess

Pltawí Matér [pltɑˈwi mɑˈter 🔊]: the earth mother, Gaia, the planet Earth (also called Tersa [ˈtersɑ 🔊]) upon whom all of our lives depend, the lady of Kémelom (the oberverse, or overworld).






Symbol of Moon Goddess

Moon with Fractal Crescents

Ménots [ˈmenɔts 🔊]: the goddess of the Moon (conveyed across the sky by a mythical horse), the goddess of introversion, of tides, and of menstruation, the Moon (Luna).






Symbol of River Goddess

River Goddess

Dánu [ˈdanʊ 🔊]: the river goddess, the diva goddess of emotion, the goddess of inland seas, lakes, rivers, streams, and springs, one of the three Mórinas [ˈmorɪnɑs 🔊] or fates — the present.






Symbol of God of Revelry

God of Revelry

Bhágos [ˈbhagɔs 🔊]: the god of revelry, the god of food and wine, the god of sensation.






Symbol of Sea God

Sea God

Néptonos [ˈneptɔnɔs 🔊]: the god of the encircling ocean, the god of the deep, the god of the element of water, the planet Neptune.






Symbol of Goddess of Grains

Goddess of Grains

Dheghom Matér [ˈdheghɔm mɑˈter 🔊]: an earth goddess, the goddess of gathering, the goddess of liberty, fecundity, and abundance, the goddess of the element of earth, one of the three Mórinas [ˈmorɪnɑs 🔊] or fates — the past.






Symbol of Maiden Goddess

Maiden Goddess

Pría [ˈpriɑ 🔊]: the maiden goddess, the goddess of sexuality, the planet Venus.






Symbol of Goddess of Compassion

Goddess of Compassion

Áusos [ˈaʊsɔs 🔊]: the goddess of horticulture and agriculture, the goddess of healing, compassion, community, and the hearth, the goddess of dawn.






Symbol of Godling

Godling with Wings

Élba [ˈelbɑ 🔊]: the child deity, the androgynous godling of hope and innocence.





Celestial Gods

Djéwes [ˈdjewɛs 🔊]






Symbol of Sky God

Sky God

Djéus Patér [ˈdjeʊs pɑˈter 🔊]: the sky father, the lord of Kémelom (the oberverse, or overworld) and of the daytime sky, the planet Jupiter.






Symbol of Elder Deity

Elder Deity

Bhrghontí [bhrghɔnˈti 🔊]: the elder deity, the androgynous deity of magic and wisdom, the planet Saturn, the ferrier of departed souls across the waters of Posticita [pɔstɪˈgwitɑ 🔊] (the afterlife).






Symbol of Sun God

Sun with Fractal Rays

Sáwel [ˈsawɛl 🔊]: the god of the Sun (conveyed across the sky by a mythical horse), the god of extraversion, the Sun (Sol).






Symbol of Goddess of Inspiration

Muse, Goddess of Inspiration

Dhugter Diwós [ˈdhuktɛr dɪˈwos 🔊]: the muse, the goddess of intuition.






Symbol of God of Smithing

God of Smithing

Wlkános [wlˈkanɔs 🔊]: the god of smithing, the god of reason and volcanism.






Symbol of Hero Deity

Hero Deity

Mánus [ˈmanʊs 🔊]: the hero deity, the androgynous god of sacrifice.






Symbol of God of Hunting

God of Hunting

Páuson [ˈpaʊsɔn 🔊]: the god of the hunt, the god of survival, individuality, and fertility.






Symbol of Herald of Gods

Herald of Gods

Érjamon [ˈerjɑmɔn 🔊]: the herald, the messenger god, the conveyor of consciousness from Óljamma, the planet Mercury.






Symbol of God of Herding

God of Herding

Máwort [ˈmawɔrt 🔊]: the god of herders (e.g. shepherds, goatherds, cowherds, swineherds) and animal husbandry, the god of authority and domination, the god of dusk.





Giants

Mágnos [ˈmagnɔs 🔊]






Symbol of Giantess

Giantess in Armor

Jemá [jɛˈma 🔊]: the giantess, absolute simplicity, the deity of beginnings, sacrificed in the creation to become the physical multiverse, resurrected within Deiwos.






Symbol of Giant

Giant Reaching Down

Rúdlos [ˈrudlɔs 🔊]: the giant, simpleton.






Symbol of Animal God

Feline God

Smálos [ˈsmalɔs 🔊]: the theriomorphic god, an ancestral and warrior deity, a prodigious, wild, the feline god, and the parent to the race of giants within the denomination of Smalosian Perístanom. [Founded by Terra Jordan.]





Demons

Dhwosos [ˈdhwosɔs 🔊]






Symbol of God of Death

God of Death

Wélnos [ˈwelnɔs 🔊]: the god of death, the god of evil, the lord of Nbhudhnóm (the netherverse, or underworld) and of the nighttime sky, the planet Uranus.






Symbol of Goddess of Death

Goddess of Death

Kólja [ˈkoljɑ 🔊]: the goddess of death, the goddess of decay, the lady of Nbhudhnóm (the netherverse, or underworld), the chthonic goddess.






Symbol of Dragon

Dragon with Treasure Hoard

Qrmis [ˈkwrmɪs 🔊]: the dragon deity, the asexual god of greed, the guardian of the netherverse (underworld).






Symbol of God of War

Thor, God of Thunder

Pérqunos [ˈperkwʊnɔs 🔊]: the warrior god, the god of storms and the four winds, the club-wielding god of lightning and thunder, the god of the element of air, the planet Mars.






Symbol of Goddess of Fire

Goddess of Fire

Dhróugha [ˈdhroʊghɑ 🔊]: the trickster goddess, the goddess of deception, a shapeshifter, the goddess of the element of fire, one of the three Mórinas [ˈmorɪnɑs 🔊] or fates — the future.




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