Celsus botany is a musical about a botanist who finds a way to turn the flora of his planet into a god.
It’s one of many Botany Synonyms: Botany Lyrics and the Botany Menu that’s part of our celebration of the holiday season.
In Celsian mythology, the botanists were a group of men who would visit a particular place in the world, collect and analyze certain plants, and then create a new plant for the people.
The botanics of this ancient world is what inspired this song, and it’s a fitting way to kick off our countdown of 2017’s best Christmas songs.
The lyrics of the song are a nod to the Celsians, who would also be known as the Celans, or Celes.
They were a Roman people who came from Asia Minor, and later migrated to the rest of Europe.
Celes was an ancient Greek goddess of agriculture and the planting of new plants.
She was the patroness of the vineyard.
Celes is an ancient Roman goddess of farming.
The Celans were one of the founding families of the Roman Empire, and they were renowned for their cultivation of vineyards.
This song is inspired by the Roman botanies, and also by the Celesians.
“We Are the Gods” is a holiday tune for the holidays, but it’s also one of my favorites to hear at the end of the year.
Here’s the video for “We Are” that will celebrate the season.
We hope you love it as much as we do.