Hadur

Known as the ‘God of Many Faces’, Hadur is not worshiped directly, but is the center of the creation myths that define the Moqolese civilizations, including Ovech, Magosi and Mechera. Hadur is the father of the humanity (to the Ovech, only some humans). In Ovechzi Haddism, he is considered dead and hence not worshiped – while in Magosi or Mechera Haddism, he is considered to be in ‘The Beyond’ – a further realm of Spirits from the material world (‘The Prime’ in Magosi). The Magosi practice monotheism – all other gods are either lowly spirits/demons or manifestations of Hadur – thus putting humanity on an equal footing with the heavens. Mechera are monolaterists – Hadur is a national god, and other peoples have other gods. Ovechists as well, are monolateral, but they do not consider Hadur a god.

Hadur

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