"We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch - we are going back from whence we came."
Man-of-the-Moon: The Man-of-the-Moon is the representation of the moon. He is never shown with a face, often as a wreathing mass of shadows and darkness but always holding a lantern. He represents death, darkness, courage in battle, and solemn peace. He is brother of the sun and son of the sea.
Lady-of-the-Light: The Lady-of-the-Light is the representation of the sun. She is often shown with gold-skin and dressed quite seductively. She She represents fertility, love, wisdom, and foresight, but is also shown as a trickster goddess. She is the sister of the moon and daughter of the sea.
The Siren-of-the-Sea is the Mother of Everything, beginning with the other two gods, who are her children. The Sun brings her life, and excitement, but also tires her out; the Moon soothes her again, puts strife to sleep, and brings the dead back to where they came from in the first place.
The Sun and the Moon are rivals, but also siblings, forever chasing each other, never catching up. Each brings favor to some people, and misfortune to others, but everyone needs both for balance.