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Althaluth Symbol

Symbol of Din faith: the stars represent the three founders of the Muqadas Caliphate, the crescent represents unity, and the triple-triangle represents the three elements of the Althaluth of Magic.

Din (دين), or Dinism or the Din Faith as it's sometimes called outside Dhahabi, is the collective term for the traditional ancestral polytheistic Jafrakib Faiths & Mythologies. Followers are called Dini (ديني).

Din is also observed in Seljuk and as far away from the mainland as Awal, and to a lesser extant on the Island of Nubia

Al'aelaa Alwujud

Al'aelaa Alwujud (الأعلى الوجود) is a supreme deity that is central to Din faith. He is assumed to be the ancestor of the entire Jafrakib race, including the Althaluth.

Althaluth of Magic

The Althaluth of Magic (الثالوث من السحر/Athaluth min Alsihr) is a trio of magic deities worshiped the Jafrakib.

According to popular myth, the Althaluth of Magic were a trio of pre-Caliphate magical masters that invented the techniques of Jafrakib Magic, using three essences now known as the Jafrakib Elements, Sand, Fire, and Glass.

Deified upon their death, the Althaluth are now believed to be the source of Jafrakib magic and the embodiment of certain virtues.

Deity Title Embodiment Historicity & Other notes
Morgiana
مرجانة‎
Lady of the Flames Love & Passion
Alibaba
علي بابا‎
Lord of the Sands Strength & Courage
Aladdin
علاء الدين
Lord of Glass Wisdom & Learning

Pantheon

Deity Representation Historicity & Other notes
Alhabu Aljins
الحب الجنس
Goddess of Love and Sex
Alkhaliq
الخالق
A creator god He is believed to have shaped of the world at the behest of Al'aelaa Alwujud.
Alnjet kl ma Yalja 'iilayh
النجعة كل ما يلجا إليه
Goddess and creator of oases
Easifah
عاصفه
God of storms
Qara'at Wakitaba
قراءة وكتابة
God of written language

Notes & Trivia

  • The Arabic writing is read from right to left.
  • Din, is an Arabic word meaning religion, and Dini is also an Arabic word meaning pious/religious.
    • "Althaluth" is one of several Arabic words for "Trinity," which an old term for a group of three.
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