Worshiped

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Indian Tamils Of Sri Lanka - Religion
... of a deity, plant a weapon of a popularly worshiped god such as a spear, trident or sword and worshiped these ... The main deities worshiped ay are, in order of popularity, the goddess Mariamman, Murugan and his consorts, Valli and Theivanai, Pillayar, Siva, Parvathi, Vishnu and Laxmi, and the goddess of wisdom Saraswati ... sacred by both Buddhists and Hindus, in the South of Sri Lanka, where Murugan is worshiped in the form of Skanda.Deepavali, Pongal and Tamil New Year are commonly celebrated as ...
GURPS Runal
... The seven colors Moons are worshiped by various people as follows Blue Moon - The Moon of lawful deities and one of the twins Moons ... It is worshiped by dwarves and humans who prefer order and law ... It is worshiped by humans who prefer liberty and disorder ...
Marici (Buddhism) - Region - China
... Marici in China is sometimes worshiped as both a Buddhist and Taoist deity where she is known as Dipper Mother (Chinese 斗母元君 pinyin Dǒumǔ Yuánjūn ... Among Chinese Buddhists she is worshiped as goddess of light and as the guardian of all nations, whom she protects from the fury of war ... Chinese 天后 pinyin Tiān Hòu) and is widely worshiped as the Goddess of Beidou (the Chinese equivalent of Ursa Major except that it also includes 2 "attendant ...
Ambalpadi - Religious Significance
... To his Southeast is goddess Mahakali who is worshiped with greater ardor ... It is believed that initially goddess Mahakali was worshiped in a stone ... The same stone is being worshiped even now along with the wooden idol of Mahakali ...
Astghik
... father of all deities, the creator of heaven and earth, (the sun being worshiped as his personification) and Anahit that had been worshiped as Great Lady and Mother Deity (the moon being worshiped as her ...

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    It seems to me that the god that is commonly worshiped in civilized countries is not at all divine, though he bears a divine name, but is the overwhelming authority and respectability of mankind combined. Men reverence one another, not yet God.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)