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1985 | Draft

Brief Survey of the Gods and Temples of the Onusien Pantheon

A preparatory contribution to the preparations for demi-centennial festival

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Gods/Temples

Secret names Functions

Ay-cee-cee

coordination

Aye-ay-ee-ay/Ah-ee-eh-ah

radioactivity

Aye-bee-ar-dee

bank

Aye-el-oh / Bay-ee-tay

work

Aye-em-eff / Eff-em-ee

money

Aye-tee-yoo / Oo-ee-teh

telecommunications

Dubel-yoo-em-oh/Oh-em-em

weather

Dubel-you-aitch-oh

health

Ee-ee-cee

?

Ee-fad

agriculture

Ee-kah-oh/Oh-ah-ci

aviation

Ee-koh-sok

economic and social

Eff-ay-oh

food

Gatt

especially rounds

In-stroh

women

Nay-Toe / Oh-Tan

security

Un-droh

disasters

Un-rah

refugees

Ung-tad

trade

Wee-poh/Oh-em-peh-ee

intellectual property

Who/Oh-em-ess

health

Yoo-en-aitch-cee-ah

refugees

Yoo-en-dee-pee / Pnood

development

Yoo-en-eff-pee-ay

population

Yoo-en-yoo

university

Yoo-nee-cef

children

Yoo-nee-doh

industry

Yoo-nee-tah

training

Yoo-nep / Pnoo

environment

Yoo-nesk-oh

knowledge

Yoo-pee-yoo

posts

Gods have several names

Origin of the central god Yoo-en, and occasionally Yoo-en-oh, also called Oh-en-yoo. Note the strange reversal of the name. "Un" meaning one in one of the languages but the god is not so caled in that language.

Pattern of godly functions

Systemic sacrifices that nourish the cycle

Occasionally new gods are created which may acquire temples of their own. There is much competition by countries to locate such temples on their own territory since it contributes to the prestige of the country. Also the activties ofthe priesthood bring in much money, notably from the annual pilgrimmages from the other countries

Pagan or animist groups (NGOs) with own temples

Practices / Periodic gatherings

Priesthood

Dogma

Programmes

Vocabulary

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