The Old Land
A facet, or aspect, in much of western and eastern Old Land theology, is a concept which defines certain gods who share similarities across pantheons as being faces of essentially a single entity. Facets of the same ober-god-entity may differ somewhat from one another and do not even need to share dispositions. The creation of facets seems to correlate with shared cultural lineage, and cultural reordering, especially speciation (as when one culture splits into two).
-Theological fragment from an undated volume of Ein Ketzer Almanach