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God ‘L’ ‘The Old Black God’ of the Mayans, depicted as an old man with toothless gums with one half of his face covered with black paint. He may be equated with Ekchuah†, the god of travellers.

Lake, River, and Well Priestesses It would seem probable that the goddesses of rivers and wells, such as Tamesis† and Morgan†, evolved from the priestesses of the water sources and springs, the name in every case being that of the first holder of the office. Practically all the holy wells, with their attendant saints, are of exceedingly remote origin, which may also be said of the goddesses of hot springs, such as Sul†. The many tales of sub-aquatic palaces and towns seem to refer to the remains of the villages in the areas now covered by the Irish Sea, the North Sea, and the English Channel, whose submergence is of comparatively recent date. The Celtic Kelpie† is one of the few priests.

 

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Author:Skyes, Edgerton & Kendall, Alan & Sykes, Egerton [Skyes, Edgerton]

Language: eng

Format: azw3

ISBN: 9781136414442

Publisher: Taylor and Francis

Published: 2014-02-03T16:00:00+00:00
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God ‘L’ ‘The Old Black God’ of the Mayans, depicted as an old man with toothless gums with one half of his face covered with black paint. He may be equated with Ekchuah†, the god of travellers.

Lake, River, and Well Priestesses It would seem probable that the goddesses of rivers and wells, such as Tamesis† and Morgan†, evolved from the priestesses of the water sources and springs, the name in every case being that of the first holder of the office. Practically all the holy wells, with their attendant saints, are of exceedingly remote origin, which may also be said of the goddesses of hot springs, such as Sul†. The many tales of sub-aquatic palaces and towns seem to refer to the remains of the villages in the areas now covered by the Irish Sea, the North Sea, and the English Channel, whose submergence is of comparatively recent date. The Celtic Kelpie† is one of the few priests.

Lakhame and Lakhmu In Babylonian myth two of the old gods who first emerged from the womb of Mommu†, the dark primeval ocean. Lakhmu was a monster serpent and was enrolled by Tiamat† in the fight against Marduk†.

In the Babylonian† Creation Legend of Damascius they were the children of Tauthe† and Apsu†.

Lakhe and Lakhus Names given by Damascius to Lakhame† and Lakhmu. Alternative spellings are Lahamu and Lahmu.

Lakshmi In Vedic myth the wife of Vishnu†. She was the Hindu goddess of good luck and plenty and the personification of beauty. In order to take her place as the mate of Vishnu she assumed the personalities of the wives of Vishnu in each of his avatars. This, however, may be taken to be a later development of doctrine. Lakshmi was probably an early mother goddess and may even have been the mother of Vishnu. Lakshmi is also known as Sri†. She was the mythological mother of Kama†, the Vedic god of love. She is stated to have risen from the waves at the Churning of the Ocean in the Kurma† avatar.

Lamassu Guardian angel in the Babylonian religion.

Lanka The name of an evil spirit who accompanies Siva† and Devi.

Lara The son of Fintan† who, with his wife Balma†, escaped from the Deluge. The story is told in Celtic† Creation Legends.

Lassar A giant† mentioned in Celtic myth as having fished up out of an Irish lake, a cauldron which had the property of reviving the dead. This cauldron figures in the story of the battle between Brânf and Matholwch†. It is listed among the treasures† of the Tuatha Dé Danaan†.

Laseo Culture hero and sun lord of the Toradjas (Celebes†) who came to them from the sea and married one of their women. He had two sons who went to Napu and Luaa where they founded lines of chiefs. The Luaa version is that their rulers are descended from a sky god, Puang Matowa†, who married the ancestor of the Raja who is regarded as an incarnate deity.

Laz Prehistoric goddess of Cuthak, the wife of Nerga†, the Babylonian god.

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