First off, I totally took Nymphaea's idea in creating this chant, secondly there is some UPG involved in the chant and lastly in writting this I initially followed the number of intonments (that's a word right?) that Nymphaea used but in performing the chant I altered it to the following:
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Warden of Gardens
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Punisher of Theives
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Holder of Ways
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Speaker of Bones
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Mycelial Lord
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Watcher on the Rock
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Savior of Ships
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Dancer on the Shore
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Chaser of Nymphs
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Teacher of War
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Bathed in Wine
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus Champion of Aphrodite
Pri-ah-pus Pri-ah-pus The Bull Roarers' Son
May someone else out there find this to be of some use and may the gods be given their due.
Thank you all, I hope to be using this chant a lot more in the future. Actually, it may get some use tonight when I get to set my alter up again.
lorna Several of the roles I give him are UPG, or many of them are depending on how one looks at it...I don't know that he was called by any of those titles in ancient times, but they are descriptive of how I see him and there is historical/mythological precedence for many of them.
If anyone is interested I could write something up on the titles and see if I can scrounge up sources for the historically inspired ones.