Mar 17, 1997 … The Japanese Shinto god of longevity and a happy old age. He is one of the Shichi Fukujin, the seven gods of luck. Jurojin is accompanied by …
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If you do appeal to one of these gods for longevity, please let me and the readers of this blog know how it works out.
If you are interested in some newer longevity-related gods and goddesses, mainly ones to avoid or appease, you can try these:
Goddess of rust, decay and preservation. Worship her at temples like the Vitamin Shoppe.
Presides over and protects the essence of continuing life. A very powerful god whose existence has been long concealed.
God presiding over all energy resources. You had better pay homage to him if you want to keep your lights on.
When angry, she can cook you from the inside. And she gets mad when you do not follow her dietary laws.
Goddess of black gunk, demands respect, following cleansing rituals.
When angry, he can consume you with internal fires. Requires dietary sacrifices to appease him.
When not appeased, he can overwhelm any defenses you may have. Best to pay attention to him.
Stops you from feeling or thinking straight when angered. God of pain and confusion, requires respect, paying homage.
She drains your vital juices unless sacrifices are made to her. Demands more as you get older. Can sap your masculinity.
Easily-angered and heavily-worshipped god that can eat out your insides without you even noticing it at first. Has his own laws and little respect for late converts.
If not thoroughly appeased beforehand, can strike you suddenly dead any time. This god is angry at how most of us live but leaves those of us who follow the proper rituals mostly alone.
Timekeeper of life. Extensions may be available, possibly.
Manages the great program of life and death. A very difficult god to reach and not always reasonable. Rituals involve much mumbo-jumbo.
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God of the essence of life and the cycles of renewal. May respond to worship but has so-far been largely aloof. Time will tell.
Of course these gods are my theories of aging, and you can find out more about any of them by clicking on the god’s name above.