Those who worship Chauntea and Silvanus do so out of respect and gratitude for the gifts of nature and the bounty of life. Farmers, hunters, gardeners, trappers, field workers, indentured servants, and wealthy landowners all give thanks to and seek the favor of the Great Mother and the Forest Father. Chauntea and Silvanus have always been allied. This aspect of their nature is in no way a disadvantage, because all worshipers of both deities have a shared mindset and often a common goal.

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