Cosmeon, Goddess of Cosmic Irony
Godling of Cosmic Irony Cosmeon (a.k.a. Folder of Skies)
Chaos, Travel, Water; Moon, Darkness, Planning
Divine Symbols & Sigils
The holy symbol of Cosmeon is a stylized, moonlight-blue squid swimming downward against a dark violet, circular field. The tentacles of the squid reach upward and twist around one another, making it possible to mistake the creature for a tree with gnarled branches when seen from a distance.
Tenets of Faith
Cosmeon encourages her followers to take a realistic view of situations, being careful to not be blinded by ideological or emotional biases which might lead one astray from the path of fate. She values the virtue of temperance in her faithful, as a clear head is vital to decision-making. Preparations for long and complex undertakings, especially journeys, should begin and end with the pouring out of libations (if stock allows) in remembrance of those who have died due to failure to properly prepare. For the followers of Cosmeon, successfully overcoming a previously unforeseen consequence is cause for celebration when time permits.
At the end of each month, when the moon is new, small groups of Cosmeon's faithful gather at the temple to conduct the Daynight Memorial service. The 'Daynight' is a mythical tale presented by Cosmeon's gospel in the Incunabula of the House of the Unexpected. According to the myth, in some unspecified era before the Curved Time, a tribe of occult-minded people uncovered forbidden knowledge and - incautious in their own hubris - were cast into eternal twilight by the spirits they had vainly called upon. The Daynight Memorial serves to remind the faithful of the importance of humility as well as to call Cosmeon's presence (symbolized by moonlight) back into the Manifold for the subsequent month.