- n. Plural form of deity.
“No other gods show up to do anything about it, just as our variously believed-in deities don't drop in and smite anybody here, either, outside of stories.”
“The idea of there being an "evil" Sorcerer Supreme, or a Sorcerer Supreme who relies on minor deities is undercut by the existence of the Vishanti.”
“* Elder Joy – This fabled treat coveted by the dark deities is a sinister cousin to a popular human confection -- an ambrosial amalgam of Coconut, white-chocolate Ganache, and Rum, enrobed in the darkest Chocolate and topped with a crisp, whole Almond.”
“Also on display are large bronze castings of Buddhist tantric deities from the Himalayas.”
“The whole of these deities is Vaikuntanadha Vishnu.”
“However, at first glance, the complex and extensive Maya pantheon or hierarchy of deities is confusing, to say the least.”
“Does that mean that belief in unproven deities is preferable to the alternative?”
“The most daring part of her appearance comes when she cups her hands beneath her breasts and dubs them “the twin deities of truth and beauty.””
“Certain Greek deities were taken over and temples erected to them in Rome, and new deities, to guard over such functions as health, fortune, peace, concord, sowing, reaping, etc., were established.”
“Whatever his origin, his cult spread over Greece, he was identified with certain Greek deities, licentious popular festivals naturally attached themselves to his worship, and his name became a synonym of sexual passion.”
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