I admit, this build was inspired by ccrazool's build. I wanted to take it in a whole different direction.
D/Mo Pious Protector (PvE)
Mysticism 12 (10 + 2)
Scythe Mastery 15 (11 + 1 + 3) OR 14 (10 + 1 + 3)
Earth Prayers 8 (7 + 1)
Protection Prayers 7 OR 9
Pious Renewal (e)
Reversal of Fortune
Rebirth / Sunspear Rebirth Signet
Mystic Sandstorm / Eremite's Zeal (optional)
To make sure you can pre-enchant yourself and still have energy to attack, Radiant Insignia is advisable. Windwalker's Insignia is generally useless because of Protective Spirit. The only weapon requirement is a Scythe of Enchanting.
Yes, I did something normally unorthodox. I'm using a Superior and a Major Rune, in a non-farming build (though honestly... this could quite easily be adjusted to farm). Pious Renewal and Reversal of Fortune make superb cover enchantments however, and your long-term enchantments should be more than safe. Nothing outside of Assault Enchantments or Gaze of Contempt can get rid of everything, and even then, Pious Renewal makes reapplying easy.
The one thing I like about this build the most is that every enchantment I decided to use has a 1/4 cast time. Which means that you can almost literally wipe yourself clean with Mystic Sandstorm for a large damage spike (useful when your enchantments start to flash), and reapply every enchantment almost instantaneously.
The divergence of my build from ccrazool's build is the use of RoF as the main funding for Pious Assault instead of PR. As long as PR is maintained, at worst, you will net energy, I haven't figured energy regeneration into the equation, but just from Mysticism and PR, RoF + PA nets 3 energy loss. Not only that, but even if RoF triggers before you can attack, then PR will be used up, and by the time you attack, RoF AND PR will be available, and up for use.
Oh ya, and you have anywhere from +9 to +15 health regeneration up constantly, and you can't take any more than 10% damage. That's probably good too :P
Oh, and if I didn't say it before, props to ccrazool for giving me the idea (even if he didn't actually give it to me... you know, personally).