Sifra

The chaotic Sifra is the goddess of Trickery. Known as The Lesser Daughter, her two aspects are Sifra Matsun, Queen of Love, and Sifra Inam, Countess of Passion. As the good Sifra Matsun, she gains the domains of Knowledge and Light. As the neutral Sifra Inam, she gains the domains of Nature and Tempest. Sifra is also known as Sifra Naler, Queen of Spite. In this evil aspect, she gains the domains of Light and War.

Worship


Sifra is the tertiary female deity in Tarmerian religion. The rituals dedicated to her usually involve hallucinogenic narcotics and orgies. Prayers to Matsun are mostly prayers for happiness and love, while prayers to Inam are mostly prayers for sensual or carnal pleasure. To Naler go the dead who killed for love, or for love themselves were killed.

Symbology


Matsun Inam Naler
Symbol: Heart Staff and Ring Mask
Animal: Swan Hare Spider
Color: White Light Red Light Purple
Material: Pearl Amethyst Aquamarine

Pronunciation


Sifra is pronounced SEE-frah, with a long E sound, like in seem, and a short A sound, like in paw. It is derived from the Norse goddess Sif.

Matsun is pronounced mat-SOON, with a short A sound, like in caught, and a long O sound, like in spoon. It is derived from the Basque “maitasun,” meaning love.

Inam is pronounced EE-nahm, with a long E sound, like in feel, and a short A sound, rhyming with phenom. It is derived from the Finnish “intohimo,” meaning passion.

Naler is pronounced NAH-ler, with short A and E sounds, rhyming with lure. It is derived from the Dansih “kn├Žler,” meaning mantis.

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