Who Is Your Patron Deity/Deities?

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Nyx for me

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Selene for me. Although I am not 100% sure as I never ever thought I'd have a patron. But I do have a strong connection to the moon, so it makes sense.

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I don't have a particular deity yet, but I want to share the news that I've recently discovered Slavic mythology. It feels closest to me because it's the part of my culture. I do appreciate Celtic, Egyptian and Greek mythology, but none of them resonates with me.
Since I've found that my own mythology is still alive and I found a good source to learn about it, I felt that mystic spark that i haven't felt for ages.

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That's cool. Want to share the reference?

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I'm not sure if this will help anyone because it's in Slovak but since you asked... :-)
It's this book http://ved.sk/RC.NS.htm
It's called Return of Slavs in Spirit and Words. There' re also quite many podcast episodes of series Rodná cesta on the internet.
I still haven't read the whole book but if anyone is interested I might start a thread about Slavic mythology. I could sum up book chapters and podcast episodes as I read and listen to them. I think it would be great to have it in English as well because as far as I know, there's very little in English sources about our culture.
BTW it is one of the best conserved ancient mythologies- they had an authentic pagan temple with sacred fire, stone called Ded (Grandfather/Elder) and very old sacred oak tree in Belarus until the beginning of the 20th century!

I'd just like to know if there's one inevitable ingredient- reader's interest :)

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The Light in it's many aspects. Truth, understanding, knowledge, compassion. The nurturing of people and their dreams. Healing the hurts of the mind and body. Horace in the guise of my spirit guide - Hawk.

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Hecate and the Morrigan
Daughter of Hecate and the Morrigan

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Anubis and Set :)

I've also been involved with the 'wider family' of these two: Nephythys, Isis, Osiris, Geb, Nut, etc. It's like I belong to family and I understand them. It's wonderufl.

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I don't know that I'd consider him my patron but I've had many dreams of Freyr and called upon him in circle over the years. I'm attempting to learn more about him before calling upon him again. I'm overly cautious by nature :)

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For me, it's Apollo. Makes sense, seeing how I've always loved and had a strong connection with music and writing of any form, but for some reason I thought it'd be Selene given how I have a strong connection with the moon and space as well. Still, nice to know my patron has a name!

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Daughter of Danu.

I also resonate well with Brighid, Diana, Blodeuwedd, Hecate and Lilith.

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Just thought I'd list a update
Mine has changed from Nyx to Isis. Honestly it feels much better working with Isis it feels more natural if that makes sense?

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Aphrodite (specifically the foil of Ananke) the Venusian golden goddess. She's a dream to work with.
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I am not sure. I think Hecate, Selene, and maybe Kali? I'm not sure but I've been mostly reading as much info as I can of general stuff.
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Hecate

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