Kelis (2003) photographed by Markus Klinko & Indrani)
Να βγούμε από την πόλη, για να φύγουμε μαζί.
Να δούμε την αυγή κι αυτό μου αρκεί
να βγω από τη φυλακή.
Κι αν πέσουμε, θα πέσουμε μαζί..
Deity Blurb 02 - Máni
Máni is heathen god of the Moon. He is both the personification and charioteer of the Moon. He is the brother of Sól, goddess of the Sun.
Just like Sól, Máni's origins in the myths are disputed. I've already gone over them in the post about Sól, which can be found here.
Máni is said to be chased by the wolf Hati Hrođvitnisson, son of Fenrir. Máni will be consumed at Ragnarök by Hati.
Within my personal experience of working with Máni, he presents himself as a soothing and calm presence. Máni is gentle and kind, but he is not afraid of fighting for things he believes must be fought for. He loves children dearly. I also understand Máni as being a trans man.
Offerings to Máni may include:
blue sea glass
One may decorate an altar to Máni with dark blue, silver, black, or purple ribbons or buttons, Moon imagery, lavender, an open offering bowl, white, black, or blue candles, stone circles, time pieces or calendars.
Some devotional acts to Máni may include volunteer work or donations that benefit the mentally ill or abused children, having patience with small children, shadow work, and spellwork involving increase or decrease, or even healing magick.
Some kennings of Máni include Man of the Moon, Charioteer of the Moon, Son of Mundilfæri, Hati's chase.
image sources: maria klugh, tales from the far north; r/spaceporn; pinterest