Song Lyrics Relating to Gods
I redesign, I realign.
certain events of creation
the Seraphim were discontent
And here in the altar you'll give
Hoping to God that theories hold up
And the God Echo cried
Cause they're loving outside this sacred place,
The maker knows your time is late
And scream it from our hearts: God loves her children
Song Lyrics Relating to Demons
Demons are possessing me.
Cast into Gehenna you'll burn
The rope that pulled me from the pit now hangs around my neck.
Song Lyrics Relating to Other Mythology
Other Links to Gods
Blind to the things that we didn’t believe
Lay waste to your beliefs
I never wanted to believe
The pious haunting now at ground zero
Ringed blockades around a tableau
Panacea (or Panakeia) was a Greek Godess, related to Asclepius (Or Asklepios) - a Greek god of medicine. She was the Godedss of cures and remedies, as well as panaceas (cure-alls).
She was a part of the Hippocratic oath - "I swear by Apollo, the healer, Asclepius, Hygieia, and Panacea, and I take to witness all the gods, all the goddesses..."
Asclepius had temples dedicated to him called Asklepions, where the Greeks would go when ill, and give a gift (sacrifice?) in order to be healed. These might have taken the form of casts of body parts that needed healing. The Asklepion would feature gyms, baths, the temple to Asclepius, and the Abaton (where they slept). They believed that during the night, Asclepius and his daughters: Hygeia and Panacea, would come down and heal the patients in the Abaton.