|Vedic (intra-Solar Venusian) Religion||Dungeons & Dragons (intra-Solar Mercuriality)||Forgotten Realms|
|glory||sanctity||justice||grace||glory/sanct||just/grace||4th Edit||5th Edit||Eberron||Golarion|
|(Sūrya)||Viṣṇu||Brahmā||Agni||Amaunator||AO / Azuth||Aroden|
|Bhadra / Aditi||Lliira||Ioun||Iomedae|
|Kalki's Padmā||Hanali Celanil||Sune||Istus|
|Varāha's Bhūmi||Angharradh||Geshtai||Silver Flame|
|Danifae Yauntyrr||Red Knight||Dol Arrah|
Here are some ideas I have in connection with comparative mythology. A lot of it I'm pretty sure makes sense, but here and there I question the feasibility of what I'm doing with some guesswork. I've grouped these divine identities according to themes, such as the Brahminical / Agneyist faiths of Lakṣmī-Viṣṇu, the Baklunish religion of E. Gary Gygax's Greyhawk, further Lillithian relations beyond Tulasī's Eilistraee, and then the four heads of five-headed Brahmā.
I have such further interest mythologically that I will do a lot more exploration of comparative theism / theurgy on my dark web site, but I wanted to outline my core vision here for the more casual audience. Creativity upward really is a process that includes the “each other” aspect of life, and so as alone as I still am, I have to confess that any of this could change. I like thinking of becoming an Agni as I progress, but without communicative interest from any potential Svāhā, it's just a dream, if even.