• Ancient Gods
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By Crusader1307

First recorded in the 13th Century AD ''Mani'' was The Norse personification of The Earth's Moon. ''He'' is described as the ''Companion of The Sun'' and dates backs to the Creation of The Universe. It was thought that The sun was ''chased away'' after it's cycle (disappearing) by Celestial Wolves. Conversely, The Moon's ''appearance'' was the same. The primary goal of The ''Creator Gods'' in Norse Belief was to provide Man with Light during day and night (to ease The Dark). The term ''Man in The Moon'' is claimed to have been derived from The Norse ''Mani''.