Much like the flames she governs, Vekeko is unpredictable and mesmerizing. She is a temptress, One who knows the effects she has on the men and women around her. Staring into her eyes is dangerous as visions of your hopes, dreams, fears, and memories will filter through at such a rapid pace it could dive a man insane. To avoid being a danger to her followers, she wears a blindfold wrapped around her eyes, though it does little to quell her natural, alluring nature.
Fire, life, unpredictability, love,
Holy Books & Codes
Vekeku herself has never written a book, though some of her followers and acolytes have complied one on all the small messages she sends, written in jumping flames or shifting sands. She prefers to speak to her followers, whispering words into their subconscious and scratching couplet rhymes into temporary places. This Habit of hers is what inspired the Vekekuchakung tradition of writing your lived one a rhyming couplet poem.
Divine Symbols & Sigils
She is commonly represented by either a woman with her eyes covered or a flaming heart, depending on the circumstance. The woman is used more publicly used and is carved over her temples, though the flaming heart is much more passionate and is passed between lovers.
Tenets of Faith
She is, inherently, a mother. And as such she protects whatever life she comes across. She asks this of her followers as well. She also calls for spontaneity and fire and many of her followers think they should baptized by fire, sometimes even before sex and birth.
Vekekuchakung is held on the 24th of amethyst and is widely considered the most passionate day of love in Pangella.