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The Bible IS a book that "speaks the word of God": So is every other book with a fictional character who "speaks" words. Except that the author of such books is the actual voice that is speaking—not the fictional character.
if you don’t believe me, try to get a straight answer from Harry Potter.
Celtic gods Top Ten:
1st : MORRIGAN 2nd : AONGHUS 3rd : DANU 4th : DAGDA 5th : CUCHULAINN 6th : BRIGIT 7th : ARAWN 8th : CERNUNNUS 9th : TUATHA-DE-DANANN 10th : ABANDINUS
They have a god called Brigit!
Now that's an interesting skillset.
Aussie gods were nice gods very approachable. Only the spirits were nasty pieces of work.
Under Kali (Hindu goddess) the listing shows her has having fangs, being bloated with blood, awful, terrible, horrifying...has some good points. We just don't know what they are yet. They don't even mention her garland necklace made from the severed heads of children! But she really isn't all bad and is in fact quite necessary.
Kali is Death. Without death there can be no new life. Additionally, she saved the Earth from ongoing destruction by a nasty demon, therefore saving humanity. What happens in this myth is some other deities were trying to slay a demon named Raktabija. Problem is, each time they would cut him, each severed body part or drop of blood would sprout a new copy of Raktabija when it hit the ground. Kali came and spread her tongue across the Earth and gathered all of Raktabija's blood and put his copies in her mouth, ultimately saving the world from Raktabija's antics.
Also not mentioned is that she's a bit of a dominatrix. She's almost always depicted as standing on the body of her husband, Shiva. Not sure if that's a positive, negative or neutral trait. I'll let each person decide for her/himself. :D
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