Birman, also known as the Eye in the Night Sky, is one of the "two creators" from ancient Cyclopean tradition, alongside his sister Hanalan. He is associated with the moon, and is depicted as a cyclops with a blue eye and beard. His eye is said to represent the moon, and his beard the stars. He is said to bring the night, and alongside it sweetness in the form of berries and coconuts.
When the Cyclopes began following Bandos, many of their old traditions were discarded, including the two creators. When the Cyclopes of the Wushanko Isles eventually stopped following Bandos, they took back many of their old traditions, including the worship of Birman and his sister.
While modern Cyclopes do not view Birman or his sister as actual deities, they still honour the sun and moon for the good and bad that they may bring. Birman has a Moon Tower dedicated to him on Cyclosis, cared for by the moon priestess, See.
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