Quiz to Find Your Inner God!
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Ares, Greek God of War
You are Ares, Greek God of War!
There is a god inside of you that refuses to take anybody's crap! He is courageous, aggressive, and the first to run into battle. In fact, he thrives on struggle and challenge. He isn't afraid of anyone or anything, and he lives for victory.
Ares, Greek God of War, was one of the twelve Olympian gods. Ares was untamed, wild, and feared. He was the fearless, destructive side of war that took no mercy on his enemies. His sister, Athena, was the second counterpart to this: she was the forgiving, calculating side of war. Ares was said to be one of the strongest gods and was said to have had an affair with Aphrodite, Greek Goddess of Love. But there were others. Let's just say, he didn't have a problem with the ladies being an alpha male and all.
If you got Ares, Greek God of War, maybe it is time to let your soft side be put on the backburner and allow Ares to come to surface. Sometimes we need an aggressive, take-no-crap attitude in life in order to be successful or to defend ourselves. Don't let others tear you down and charge head-first into battle, no matter the potential risk! Time to take action.
Krishna, Hindu God of Love
You are Krishna, Hindu God of Love!
Krishna is one of the most popular of Indian gods. He is the god of love and compassion and is thought to be a reincarnated version of Vishnu. His worship began in Medieval times but has spread as far as the United States and Africa. He is portrayed and depicted in various stages of his life and as various archetypes including when he is a baby, a young man, and a grown man. His personalities include the lover, the trickster, the sage, and the hero.
Your inner god is Krishna because you are a loving, kind individual. Sometimes this love and kindness is hidden or masked in defense. Now is the time to let your loving side shine through. Now is the time to let others know how much you love them. It is not feminine to show love to others, although that's what many of us have been taught. Krishna shows us that you can be manly and tough but also be tender and compassionate.
Embrace the god within.— Nicole Canfield
Lugh, Irish God of Skill
You are Lugh, Irish God of Skill!
Lugh was a Celtic Irish God known to have been skilled in many areas, including: justice, battle, the arts, crafting, and more. He was considered a hero and a king, as well as a god, and loved by many. He was the son of a Tuatha de Danann but had to prove his worth to the pantheon of gods by demonstrating his skills (which were at least eight). The gatekeeper would not let him in until he asked if there was any one god who could do ALL of the things he could. To that, he was admitted to the rest of the Irish people of Dana (Tuatha de Danann).
You're inner god is Lugh because you are a jack of all trades! Maybe you've been denying yourself a hobby or a pastime because life has been too busy. Now is the time to take back out some of those hidden hobbies and interests and enjoy them to the fullest. Now is the time to care for yourself and let others around you see your many talents. Let your inner Lugh come through!
Odin, Norse God of Wisdom
You are Odin, the Norse God of Wisdom!
Odin was the Allfather of Germanic mythology, a well-loved and worshiped god with one eye accompanied by two large ravens. He is credited with being "given" the runes, an ancient symbolic alphabet that has been passed down over the centuries and used in spiritual enlightenment and as written communication. He was the god of many things including healing, poetry, wisdom, death and magic.
Your inner god is Odin, the all-seeing Allfather! You are being called to embrace the knowledge you've achieved and turn it from mere knowledge to wisdom. Knowledge is simply wisdom applied and lived. Don't hold back making choices based on your knowledge and experience. Perhaps you've been faced with a difficult choice. In your mind and heart you know what the right decision is. Don't be afraid to make it and stand behind it.
Set, Egyptian God of Destruction
You are Set, the Egyptian God of Destruction!
Set was the Egyptian God of Destruction who ruled over Upper Egypt, while Horus ruled over Lower Egypt. He is often portrayed as "evil", but if we look at the story deeper, destruction is needed in order to make room for new life and growth. Where there is destruction, there will be creation. Set also had a positive role in helping Ra cross the sky in his sun-boat. He was married to Nephthys and is the brother of Osiris and Isis.
Your inner god is Set because you have come to a crossroads in your life. It might be time to let something go, to let it "die" away to make room for a new opportunity. Sometimes things in our lives need to be cleaned out and thrown away, and while this may be painful, it leaves a clean slate for us to grow and learn and improve. So while your inner god might seem destructive, he is necessary in the end. Don't run from him. Embrace him.
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