Summerian and Babylonian god of sweet waters, he is the patron of wisdom, magic and medical science.
Summerian mountain god.
God of the wealth of the sea, he is the patron god of fishermen and fishing. He is pictured holding a fish and a fishing pole. Anything washed up on the shore could be Ebisu, including a corpse.
Goddess of poverty. Virgil mentions her as a demon of the underworld.
Yoruban Goddess of divination.
God of the winds. Brings life to all that is lifeless.
Goddess of healing and shamanic healers, companion of the goddess Frigg. She taught her secrets only to women, who were the only healers in Norse society.
Goddess of peace.
God of war, he was seen as firece and violent. He is also the god of merchants, and was often pictured carrying a bag of merchandise. Also known as 'God M'.
God of plagues and epidemics.
Bolivian god of wealth and prosperity.
Goddess of old age.
Akkadian form of the god Enlil. God of wind and earth.
Japanese Buddhist god of the underworld. He is the judge of the dead, and decides on the punishment of evildoers based on Buddha's Law.
Goddess of openess, friendliness and generosity.
Pre-Roman god of the Iberian peninsula, later adopted by the Romans. He was the god of health and welfare for his people.
Goddess of the family and guardian of destiny.
Rain god of the Maasai of East Africa.
God of the underworld and the lord of mes - the power underlying society and civilization.
Council of the gods, specifically those of the Osiris pantheon.
God of irrigation and canals.
Goddess of war and violence, she is called the daughter, mother and sister of Ares. She is pictured covered in blood and striking poses of violence.
Goddess of the dawn, she is the sister of Selene and Helios and the mother of the four winds.
Brother of Promethus, his name means 'afterthought'. He is a dull and stupid Titan. Accepted the gift of Pandora's Box from Zeus, allowing evil to enter the world.
Goddess of horses, mules and cavalrymen. Her symbol is the cornucopia and the horse.
The 'lovely' muse of love poetry and mimicry. She is often pictured with a lyre in hand and wearing a crown of roses.
The god of the primordial darkness. He was the father of many gods, including Charon, Thanatos, Hypnos and Eros.
Summerian and Akkadian goddess of the dead. She is dark and violent, and possibly was once a sky goddess.
Goddess of discord. She was a frequent companion of Ares in battle, bringing her son Strife along. She was an unpopular goddess and often snubbed by her fellow Olympians.
Guardian god who dispels evil spirits by setting the Hounds of Heaven on them.
God of love and romance and the son of Aphrodite. He is often pictured blindfolded (love is blind) and uses darts or arrows to inspire uncontrolable love in his mortal 'victims'.
God of war, death and other disasters.
Loa of love, beauty, purity and romance. She is the most-loved of the loa, and can influence romance, marriage, good fortune and artistic endeavors. Her symbol is the heart and her colors are pink and blue. Sweets, perfumes, desserts and white doves are sacrificed to her.
Erzulie Dantor Vodou
The dark aspect of Erzuile. She is the loa of jealousy and vengance, and is often cruel. Her symbol is the heart pierced by a dagger and her colors are red and black.
An earth Goddess married to the sky god, Ebore.
Yoruba god of beginnings, doorways and crossroads. He rules the opportunity and potentiality of a situation, and the risks and rewards inherent in it.
God of the east wind.
The 'giver of pleasure' and the Muse of music. Often pictured with a flute or other musical instrument.
Goddess of personal immortality.
Eventus Bonus Roman
God of the happy ending. He insured success in business and a good harvest.