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Achelois ("she who drives away pain") is a minor goddess in Greek mythology; one of the moon goddesses. She was frequently the recipient of sacrifices ordered by the Dodonian Oracle.

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Slave to Your Love (9223 words)
Achelois swiftly wound the soft fabric around him and pulled the end through a built in loop at his left hip.
Achelois took the lead and for the first time Daniel was lead outside his room.
Achelois whispered to one of them and he smiled first at her and then to Daniel before allowing them in.
Greek Goddesses (2051 words)
She was a Moon Goddess, which wasn't really that uncommon.
But according to Tzetzes, Achelois was one of the seven Muses said to be the daughters of Pierus.
She was the personification of Eternal Night, what was believed to have presaged Chaos.
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