Friday, 24 March 2017


SM Stirling, A Meeting At Corvallis (New York, 2007), Chapter Two, p. 60.

Aspects of the Wiccan God and Goddess:

the Green Man;
Arianrhod and Ogma;
Apollo and Athena;
Zeus and Hera;
Freya and Odin;
Sif and Thor.

Many of these figures, referenced before, can be found by searching the blog.
Here, all mythologies are regarded as manifesting the same male and female principles.
Odin and Thor, regarded as father and son in Norse mythology and in related fiction, e.g., by Poul Anderson, are also regarded as aspects of a single divinity.
We are used to different versions of a story. Here is another example.

1 comment:

Sean M. Brooks said...

Kaor, Paul!

Yes, but this confusing mishmash of alleged gods strikes me as far too chaotic and incoherent to be taken seriously. To say nothing of how the stories attached to many of these gods are discreditable.