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Another one for my collection of greek godnesses!
This time Apollo, god of Sun, Prophecy, Poetry and Self-conciousness (as Dionysus' opposite in Nietzsche's theory: he's the individual life, the life of the self, individuality against Dionysus' life in itself, mere existence).
Renowned for his talent in archery and good sight, he's the one who guides the Sun in his path along the sky.
I think he's quite a known figure, and so I'll only quote two strophes of P.B. Shelley's Hymn to Apollo -since I'm a huge nerd of English literature too <3:

The sunbeams are my shafts, with which I kill
Deceit, that loves the night and fears the day;
All men who do or even imagine ill
Fly me, and from the glory of my ray
Good minds and open actions take new might,
Until diminished by the reign of Night.
I am the eye with which the Universe
Beholds itself, and knows it is divine;
All harmony of instrument or verse,
All prophecy, all medicine, is mine,
All light of art or nature; - to my song
Victory and praise in its own right belong.

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