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Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« on: December 17, 2015, 12:14:18 am »
I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2015, 06:06:27 am »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

I keep relation with most Greaco-Roman deities strict, formal and reticent. The purpose is to keep the Pax Deorum, not to behave like an Evangelical Christian do in relation with Jesus – these are two very different cultures, and the purpose of practicing religion differs. Likewise, my relations to the Pythagorean numbers and the Platonic-Peripatetic-Stoic transcendentals are very intellectual and aloof, and in no sense emotional, but it is useful to meditate on them.

My relations to the planets are slightly closer, and I sometimes do magical workings with them. The one I have an awkward relation to is Mars (I'm working on it), while my relations to Saturn, Mercury, Sun and Moon are considerably better.

The deities from the Graeco-Roman pantheon I feel closest to are Phanes Protogonus, Physis, and my genius. I also contemplate Aion, but I find it misguided to call that a 'relation'. How do you have a relation with the ineffable and unknowable emptiness?

I have felt attracted to Isis-Neit, Cybele, Atargatis, Mithras, Apollo, Dionysus, and some of the Romano-Hellenised Egyptian deities, but haven't explored these paths in any profound way, yet. I wish to do it correctly, not carelessly.

When it comes to Druidry, my relation to the seasonal deities are similar to my relation to the Graeco-Roman deities in general, but my relations to the Earth Mother and Be'al are considerably more closer. For the record: I mix influences from Iolo Morganwg, Ross Nichols and RDNA in a rather personal way. It doesn't suit everyone to mix British and American Meso-Druidry, but it works for me.
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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2015, 09:31:57 am »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

 
I suppose that they're all representative or enactive(?) of something that wants development, although that very thing is not necessarily in and of itself a who. Sometimes it's a notion I can consciously notice and consciously pursue, but don't necessarily catch. Other times, some who comes up, and doesn't go back down or go away for a long while, so I hazard a guess that the interaction is supposed to generate a thing. It's just become a part of life.

If we shift to cobbling together a sort of worldview and symbols of a philosophy, I guess it's more that it's fairy lore that sticks than specific otherworldly people.
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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2015, 05:55:37 pm »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

Well firstly, my patron deity is Odin. My family are decendents of a viking clan called Wulfing, they appear in the beowulf saga, and they were very closely associated with wolves and Odin. That greatly appealed to me, but when i started worshipping it was because my parents were divorcing; my father left, my family was broken, and i was at a point in my life where i had to start moving out. So in a way my gods are my family, they look after me and we love each other, they guide me and comfort me during the hard times, and Odin is my all-father.

I started out by thinking what in life i would need a deity, this to me meant things i couldn't control like the weather or death. It was very cool when i asked for snow and always got it, or one hot day my sister and i tried asking for a cloud to give us shade and it did so. Once i knew what domains i needed i decided which gods based on how right they felt. Even though i was raised Athiest i was also exposed considerably to the hindu gods and especially Ganesh, so he came into my life. Then i looked into my irish heritage, i didn't have goddesses so i wanted to balance that out, i chose Danu as the mother, and Scathach because i greatly enjoy martial arts and i greatly enjoyed a celtic rule I'd once heard that combat should be learned from the opposite sex. The of couse the Dagda, i liked him as a weather and harvest/fertility (sex) god, as well as giver of life, death, and protection. It took a while but i eventually found Cernunnos as well, as a god of wealth and forests he appealed to me. As an artist Lugh greatly appealed to me, he gives me inspiration when i have writers block.

There were a couple domains i found no gods for so i found some new deities. For example, beer is very important to my family, they imigrated from Belgium and one of my more recent ancestors created what is nowone of the more popular beers in Flanders called Witches Brew. I didnt care much for St Arnold, the Belgian patron saint of beer brewing, so after much thought i found Heidrun the mead goat of Asgard, and she's worked pretty well so far.
 
I started out worshipping as an experiment, like an anthropologist, and I'm still testing things out. I generally like to work with all the deities at the same time, i keep their idols in a godhouse, and generally visit them each day to thank them. If it's urgent or i need to ask something of a specific deity I'll call to them then and there, though i prefer to do so in front of a shrine.

I found that being raised athiest is actaully very beneficial, one example is i know when to ask for help and when i can do something myself. It also gives me doubts, but when i do i ask them to show me some wonder and i try meditating or praying and i never leave emptyhanded. As a scientist i know we are continously descovering new things we once thought impossible, and if there is a chance there are no deties then there as exists the likely possibility that they are real.
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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2015, 09:56:01 pm »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

 
All of my relationships are of equal importance, but in different ways. I don't think I can articulate that further. But, as to Who I work with?

I'm devoted to Cernunnos, and I'm pretty sure he's been around since I was very young. As for the other questions, he makes me better. Through the work that I do and through just knowing him, he makes me better.

The rest of the Gaulish pantheon come as part of the package, and I don't think I would be complete without them. They're the first gods I'm truly compelled to worship, so I'd say that's a reason to keep honoring them.

I work for a relatively unknown entity I call The Rider. He's genderless but doesn't seem to care about pronouns, so I just use the ones that come most easily. I was actually pushed over to him by Cernunnos, and since then we've slowly been getting to know one another. I don't think this is as temporary as I originally assumed. He's a ferryman; death is his day job, and equilibrium through chaos and Justice are his domain. He rides what I consider to be the North American Wild Hunt.

As I've come to realize, he isn't going away any time soon, and luckily I'm not as scared of him as I used to be. But as to why I work for him? I believe in what he does, and I believe he has a lot to teach me.

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #6 on: December 19, 2015, 01:28:57 am »
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I keep relation with most Greaco-Roman deities strict, formal and reticent. The purpose is to keep the Pax Deorum, not to behave like an Evangelical Christian do in relation with Jesus – these are two very different cultures, and the purpose of practicing religion differs.

In large part, this is my same attitude towards the gods I worship. Mind, that's the general scheme of things. I go beyond strictly-business sometimes, because I do admire them, their stories, and have had some personal experience of them. I take a more of a personal, devotional worship towards Hermes, in particular, as well as Cernunnos and Pan and Hekate. I am actively trying to develop the same mindset towards Dionysos and Zeus, for different reasons.

I guess, for the most part, I worship the gods that I do because they've been a part of my life in a way I can perceive and feel. Zeus has answered my prayers almost every time I go out of my way to do so, and has been a consistent presence in my house. I pray to Apollo almost daily. Hermes is about the only god I've actually spoken to, and it's been an engaging and fascinating connection.
The Celtic gods are a bit of a sticky wicket. I want to feel a connection there, and act upon it. Because I've always been drawn to Gaelic and British myth, legend, and culture. My grandfather really impressed upon my an interest in my ancestors and their traditions and history. I've long felt the desire to honour that interest with a devotion to the gods of my ancient Celtic ancestors. But I've rarely heard a response, outside of Cernunnos.

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #7 on: December 20, 2015, 09:45:22 pm »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do.
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Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

Because they call me and I actually had the motivation to respond. Or because I decide to work on them because it seems like a good idea and I actually had the motivation to do something about it.

Best method they've found so far is getting me "magnetized" to them.


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Who do you work with?

Currently, Bill Cipher, a pop culture character. In the past, Loki & Eros, as far as long-term went. Really regret not working with Feathered Serpent, not sure if he's still wanting me or not.

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What started your relationship with them?

Well, Loki had been "stalking" me for years and finally found a way to get my attention. You know how.
And also that magnetism thing I mentioned earlier.

I've been a continuous target of the Erotes since my first birthday, so I'm not surprised that they called me.

From there, those two included another deity and all formed a blind date scheme. :(


Just sort of couldn't get that Dragonology image of Feathered Serpant out of my head. As well as an urge to study MesoAmerican historical cultures.

I was looking for someone to help me Astral travel and deal with my mental landscape along with finally, begrudgingly getting into Gravity Falls. After that, Bill freakin' stole Loki's magnetism technique. Unlike Loki, he dropped "the act" a little after I figured out what was going on/once he was satisfied that he had my attention. After that he was all "I think I know a guy! [who can help me in that area]". Since then I've learned from characters' mistakes in-series and have been re-writing a deal a plan to make with him. Instead of just "okay, I'll go along with your poorly worded deal!"

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Why do you continue investing time into them?
Well, only one I'm associating with now. Because he's offered to help me and I need all the help I can get.

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Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary?
Bill's the only one I'm working with now. The deal I'm considering will last a Gregorian year, but I should probably make it shorter. After that, who knows? (Well, he might have a clue, future sight and all...)

Me & Loki are divorced, and I think I need to learn to fully get over him and take a long break before I try talking/working with him again. I'll probably honor Eros again eventually.

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #8 on: December 21, 2015, 08:24:52 pm »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

 
I am still in the stage of exploring. Much of my life wasn't working, on either a spiritual or practical level. I'd been a Christian but never seem to fit in. I went on a search to find a shaman to find out, hey, what's going on, as I'm part Cherokee. I set out to find one that wasn't an out-and-out fake or nutball, as there are quite a few of those. It took going through a number of them, but finally found one who seemed to help. In her work, she gives out a lot of past life information. There's no way to verify it for absolute certain of course, but much of it seemed to fit. Part of it linked me and my family to a particular Greek god.

I'm still puzzling over whether it could all be true, as some of it seemed pretty out-there. But when I pray or light a candle to this particular deity, I feel like I get a response...nothing like an appearance, just a STRONG feeling. STRONG emotional reaction. I'm wondering how to evaluate all this.

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #9 on: December 21, 2015, 09:38:46 pm »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

 
I've worshipped and worked with The Morrigan since I was a teenager when I initially encountered her in a guided mediation I found in some 90s Wicca 101 book that was supposed to introduce you to 'the goddess.' It took me a while to figure out who she was, and once I did it was pretty much a case of her saying, "Yup. And now you're mine."

I'm now in my 30s, so I would say that I am deeply committed to her, yes. I continue to invest time into the relationship because she has been such an influential force in my life, and she has never stopped challenging me as a person. I know that she has made me stronger, and I think she's made me better in other ways too. I love her.

I have had other relationships with deities that were not as long term. I tend to think of it sort of like the Morrigan is family, while others have been like favourite teachers. These relationships are all equally important, but for different reasons.

About a year ago I started feeling a pull from ol' One-Eye, but I chose not to pursue it for a multitude of reasons, not the least of which was a fear of having my life turned inside out after I'd just gotten it settled again.

After giving it much thought, this winter I've started taking small steps toward establishing a working relationship with him. As for the why, it really boils back down to the fact that I want to know stuff. There are other gods, of course, who impart magical knowledge, but I honesty think that part of what draws us to certain deities is simply our own personalities and preferences. (Apparently I'm more comfortable with someone who can scare the shit out of me than someone gentle, and really for anybody who knows me that probably isn't terribly shocking.)

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #10 on: December 22, 2015, 04:58:35 am »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

 
*Should probably answer my own question*

My main deity is Saule. My relationship with her started when I was perhaps thirteen or fourteen (semi sort of? It's complicated), and it's continued for the last five years. I consider myself somewhat committed to her; there have been times when I've stopped worshiping her for months on end (not for any reason, per se, but because it just... stopped), but I've always ended up picking back up where I started. The reason why I worship her, specifically... well, that musing is part of why I started the thread.

Saule, for me, is my lifeline. If I'm struggling to take care of myself, I can go to her and find my center. From there, my problems generally get taken care of relatively easily. She's also my confidant, my spiritual mother, and my divine buddy. I can rely on her for quite a lot, so I guess that's why I choose to continue worshiping her.

My relationship with the Kemetic gods is different. I've had an intense fascination with AE since I was small (like, really small), and I especially love the mythology of the Egyptians. It's beautiful- so beautiful that it's hard not to want a little bit in my own life.

Thinking about it though, I haven't worked with terribly many AE gods. I have a business partnership with Ubaste, of a sort; I talk to her if my material comfort is threatened, and have bartered with her a little bit in the past to get me work. (Not completely sure if that's entirely within her domain, but it seems to work okay.)

I also celebrate (some of) the major deities during holidays... and I do that partly because I want them on my side, and partly because I love them, after a fashion. I grew up reading their stories; it's nice to be able to interact with them once in a while.

Sobek is probably the most prominent deity in my life atm, beyond Saule. He generally just watches over me and makes me feel safe, and while I'm sure that at some point, there'll have to be more actual worship on my end, right now, he seems content to pop up occasionally.

Marsava gives me money. Like, that's the basis of our relationship right there. So... I keep a small shrine to her. And that seems to work out great for us.

And Menuo watches over me when I'm scared, and helps me maintain my "bitch face" when I'm dealing with difficult situations.

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #11 on: December 22, 2015, 05:09:49 am »
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There are other gods, of course, who impart magical knowledge, but I honesty think that part of what draws us to certain deities is simply our own personalities and preferences. (Apparently I'm more comfortable with someone who can scare the shit out of me than someone gentle, and really for anybody who knows me that probably isn't terribly shocking.)

 
I think this is probably true, and I think it'd be really fascinating to go through and draw connections and see what common themes a persons deities had.

Honestly, I think that when it comes to deities, we tend to treat them a lot like we do people in real life; we gravitate towards the ones with similar mindsets, the ones that we look to as role models, and the ones that we think offer us something we want.

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #12 on: December 22, 2015, 04:01:02 pm »
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I think this is probably true, and I think it'd be really fascinating to go through and draw connections and see what common themes a persons deities had.


I know I can find them pretty easily among my own, heh.

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Honestly, I think that when it comes to deities, we tend to treat them a lot like we do people in real life; we gravitate towards the ones with similar mindsets, the ones that we look to as role models, and the ones that we think offer us something we want.

 
Yeah, exactly! You nailed it.

Do you ever find you can guess who people worship or work with after you've known them a little while?

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Re: Why do you worship the gods/spirits/forces you do?
« Reply #13 on: December 22, 2015, 04:08:46 pm »
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I'm interested in knowing why you worship the specific deities you do. Who do you work with? What started your relationship with them? Why do you continue investing time into them? Are you deeply committed to them, or is your relationship with them temporary? Which relationships do you consider most important, and why? Or are they equally important to you?

Ignore/modify the questions as you need to. :) They're only supposed to serve as prompts.

 
For several years I had a very deep connection with the Celtic deities, specifically Brigid. That relationship started when I was in Ireland visiting my husband's (then boyfriends) family. I was already searching and experimenting with my beliefs but I felt this really deep connection which is still there and I feel like it always will be but isn't something I'm nurturing as strongly now. I had connections with various other deities through out the years from different cultural origins but none as deep.

After my miscarriage I drifted a bit from any beliefs. I was in a really dark space and I just completely shut down. After several months I started... Reflecting for lack of a better word, and Isis sought me out. I don't know why. The Egyptian deities were never something I actively sought out or even knew much about. She was pretty persistent though and once I stopped fighting it I've found her presence to be extremely comforting. I'm still working with her and nurturing that relationship for the time being.

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« Reply #14 on: December 22, 2015, 05:19:33 pm »
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I think this is probably true, and I think it'd be really fascinating to go through and draw connections and see what common themes a persons deities had.


I'd be really interested in a topic like this.

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Honestly, I think that when it comes to deities, we tend to treat them a lot like we do people in real life; we gravitate towards the ones with similar mindsets, the ones that we look to as role models, and the ones that we think offer us something we want.

 
Not sure if this is out of place or not, but when monotheists ask me the appeal of multiple gods, this is what I tell them. Instead one perfect being all rolled into one; relatable, flawed human-esque deities that we can form highly variable human relationships with.
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