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  • Ayavan (KOK, ROR)
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  • Ayavan was a deity that was worshipped in the Indo-Persian cults, and serves as their equivalent to Aernus. Much like the Sleeping God, Ayavan is believed to be the embodiment of unity, but also as the embodiment of casualty and wisdom. Under the eastern variant of the Aenean faith, Ayavan is acknowledged as the greatest and most powerful of all the deities, being the supreme deity of their pantheon.
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  • Ayavan was a deity that was worshipped in the Indo-Persian cults, and serves as their equivalent to Aernus. Much like the Sleeping God, Ayavan is believed to be the embodiment of unity, but also as the embodiment of casualty and wisdom. Under the eastern variant of the Aenean faith, Ayavan is acknowledged as the greatest and most powerful of all the deities, being the supreme deity of their pantheon. Much like Aernus, Ayavan is an aspect of the greater and schizophrenic oversoul which is usually referred by scholars as the Ur-Aernus, who is in turn the unified remnant of Al-Aion and Fa-Aion, the two souls of the greater and non-conscious entity known to mortals and immortals as the Aion.
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