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Jephre, Elven God of Song and Forest[edit]

See Y'ffre.

Jhunal, Rune God[edit]

The Nordic god of hermetic orders. After falling out of favor with the rest of that pantheon, he became Julianos of the Nine Divines. He is absent in modern Skyrim mythology.[1] Vivec mentioned "JHUNAL" as one of the eight known worlds.[2]

Jode, Big Moon God[edit]

Aldmeri god of the Big Moon. Also called Masser or Mara's Tear. In Khajiiti religion, Jode is only one aspect of the Lunar Lattice, or ja-Kha'jay.[1]

Jone, Little Moon God[edit]

Aldmeri god of the Little Moon. Also called Secunda or Stendarr's Sorrow. In Khajiiti religion, Jone is only one aspect of the Lunar Lattice, or ja-Kha'jay.[1]

Julianos, God of Wisdom and Logic[edit]

Julianos, Aedric God of Wisdom and Logic, is one of the Cyrodilic Divines, governing the realms of literature, law, history, and contradiction. He is usually associated with magic, and thus is often revered by wizards. Jhunal, the Nordic father of language and mathematics, fell out of favor in the Nordic pantheon, after which he became Julianos of the Divines. Monastic orders founded by Tiber Septim and dedicated to Julianos are the keepers of the Elder Scrolls. He is particularly venerated among many Imperials and Bretons. As a Divine, he represents the virtue of learning, scholarship, and justice. He is said to "incant the Damned Equation". His symbol is a triangle.

Jyggalag[edit]

Jyggalag is the Daedric Prince of Order, but until the Third Era not much was known about him in Tamriel beyond his name. He represents logical order and deduction, and has taken account of every detail of the world and of every action that has ever taken place on Mundus or Oblivion, long before they actually happened. Jyggalag commands his own Daedra, the Knights of Order, which are spawned from obelisks summoned by his followers, the Priests of Order.

For more information see the main lore article.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Varieties of Faith in the EmpireBrother Mikhael Karkuxor
  2. ^ The Thirty-Six Lessons of Vivec, Sermon ThreeVivec