Gods Of Lost Religions
‘Hirudo, God of Medicinal Leeching and the Four Humours’ – by Wobbly Goggy
For hundreds, if not thousands, or years, Hirudo was a well respected and honoured God. Men of medicine, science, and the sick, would look to him to ensure that the leeches used in the medicine of the time would remove the correct humours and thus restore balance, and health, to the patient in question. The removed humours were offered up to the god in glass jars at his many temples .
Countless lives were saved by Hirudo directing his leechey minions, until modern medicine discovered that leeching humours was, in fact, a load of old nonsense.
‘The Blinded Man – The God of Luck – by Art’s Arts
The God of Luck, known as “the Blinded Man” who brings wealth and poverty, life and death in equal measure. People pray in hopes of tipping the balance but none can tell if their words ever reach him.
‘Umaktulupiet, the god of sculpted stone idols’ – by Ichi Nichi Drawings
Sculpted stone idol of Umaktulupiet, the god of sculpted stone idols. Before sculpting stone idols, his followers would sculpt stone idols of Umaktulupiet bearing sculpted stone idols (of himself, Umaktulupiet, the god of sculpted stone idols) in order to receive his blessings while sculpting stone idols of Umaktulupiet, the god of sculpted stone idols.