The ability to simultaneously be everywhere light is, and where daylight is going. Sub-power of Light Embodiment and Day Embodiment. Variation of Nigh Omnipresence. Opposite to Erebopresence.

Also Called

  • Light Omnipresence
  • Light/Day Presence
  • Light Ubiquitary/Ubiquitous/Ubiquity
  • Photopresence

Capabilities

The user simultaneously exists everywhere light and daytime exist, manifests or resides, regardless of where.

Applications

Associations

Limitations

  • Absolute Darkness
  • May be bound by time and space.
  • May be unable to be anywhere other then in the light.

Known Users

Folklore/Mythology

  • God (Abrahamic Faiths)
  • Cipactonal (Aztec Mythology)
  • Belenus (Celtic Mythology)
  • Lugh (Celtic Mythology)
  • Xihe (Chinese Mythology)
  • Ēostre/Ostara (Germanic Mythology)
  • Aether (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Eos/Aurōra (Greco-Roman Mythology); light within the dawn.
  • Helios/Sol (Greco-Roman Mythology); light from the Sun.
  • Hemera/Dies (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hyperion (Greek Mythology)
  • Theia (Greek Mythology)
  • Ushas (Hindu Mythology)
  • Baldr (Norse Mythology)
  • Dagr (Norse Mythology)
  • Dažbog (Slavic Mythology)
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