WHAT GODS DO PAGANS/WICCANS WORSHIP AND WHY?
A god or goddess is an entity that has been following the path much longer than any human.
They have either risen to a level where they no longer need to incarnate or they started out as a much larger piece of the One containing more of its essence than we smaller fragments.
They are guides and guardians, keepers of places and forces, focal points and touchstones.
Each god or goddess has unique traits unto themself, though many have similar spheres of influence.
Pagans choose to worship, ie; lend energy to, those gods and goddesses who are closest to nature and the harmony of the Universe.
WICCANS worship mother Earth, and Selene the moon, Kernos the god of the Hunt, Epona and Dionysus, Isis and Osiris, Pan and Gaea, Artemis and Apollo, and many others.
There are no false gods.
Even the Christian god has a place and it is right that those who have chosen to follow that path worship him.
A person must choose those gods and goddesses which seem right to them, for each person’s path to enlightenment is unique.
THERE IS NO “ONE” WAY