the colour of Suns

From: David Cake (davidc@cyllene.uwa.edu.au)
Date: Thu 22 Feb 1996 - 05:55:30 EET


>Pam:
>>This fits well with the Goddess's ancient identity as Sedayna, the Black
>>Sun.
>
>This certainly caught my eye. Please tell more! Is there a connection
>to Basko? etc. etc. Stuff about the Black Sun is of great importance
>to me because the Bliss in Ignorance variety has a major (as yet
>unrevealed) role in my campaign.

        I think Pam has got it wrong. Sedenya is a False Sun, but not a
Black Sun. In one source Greg has written red, then scratched it out and
written blue on top (blue seems to make more sense to me). And I don't think
Sedenya, who is basically a planet or moon, has much to do with the Black
Sun, who seems to be Yelms shadow.

        Cheers
        
                David

        
        The Gods only know how to compete or echo - Gilgamesh
        He whose face gives no light, shall never become a star.
                                        -William Blake

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