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Vegetable gods are a form of animism in which the spiritual agency and divinity of the natural world is recognized and revered. These gods, or supernatural entities, are typically portrayed as humanoid beings formed from living plants and vegetation, often embodying the fertility and abundance of the land. Through their worship, people can honor and celebrate the sustenance and wisdom found in nature, and are often seen as allies in times of need or crisis. The veneration of vegetable gods dates back to ancient times, but has recently become more widespread due to its relevance in today’s spiritual and ecological landscape.

See also: divine feminine, sacred masculine, mycorrhizal system, vegetal god, mythic masculine

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