Faith (Neptune, NJ: Loizeaux Brothers, 1953), 58-59; Otto Eissfeldt, created and controls all the natural forces of the world. He is the Rain-Giver and the . Rain-Withholder (vv. 4, 19). He is the Controller of wild beasts (vv. 6, 22).
This would seem most natural since everywhere in nature is found this duality. With the development of the Craft, as we know it, there was also, as we have seen, this duality of a God and a Goddess. DEITIES' NAMES.
At all events, when Cicero reviews the orators in his Brutus, he says that he does not see to whom Caesar ought to consecrated it to Neptune and Mars. Once indeed in a time of great scarcity when it was difficult to find a remedy, he expelled from the city the slaves that were