• Ancient Gods
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By Crusader1307

Lithuanian Mythos (which dates to early Paganism) – tells of a Goddess called Milda. She is that Culture's version of The Deity responsible for Love and Romance. Feminine, She is often portrayed as a ''beautiful Woman'', often unclad. With Christian influences, Milda was clothed, but still maintained Her same attributes (despite Her Pagan beginnings, Christianity did not really ban Her ''admiration''). Milda causes both Man and Woman to become obsessed with each other, but only based on a similar ''attraction''. If One ''side'' does not feel the same, this is seen as Milda ''interceding''.