God of drought.
God who protects crops from locusts.
Earth god and creator of the world.
Goddess of the desert.
Goddess of shepherds, flocks, and the health of domesticated animals in general.
The creator deity of the Ovambo people.
God of herds and flocks, he was pictured as a man with the horns, legs and midriff of a goat. He is also the god of carnality, sexuality and desire, as he constantly chases nymphs through the forest. He was often pictured carrying a pine branch or with a crown of pine cones.
Pan Jin Lian China
Goddess of fornication and prostitutes.
Primordial giant who created the earth.
Minister and messenger of the Summerian gods.
Goddesses of fate, similar to the Greek Moirae.
Pre-Incan god of rain, water and storms.
God who flodded the earth because men were unkind to him.
The consort of Shiva in her aspect as the mountain goddess.
God of healing and fertility.
Goddess of peace.
Messenger god to Huitzilopochtli.
Gods of the storeroom and the household. The were worshipped at the hearth and given a part of each meal.
Goddess of the Underworld and daughter of Demeter. She is one of the central figures on the Elusian Mysteries, and the story of her abduction by Hades and Demeter's fight to win her back is the central theme of the seasons.
God of retaliation and revenge.
Family of loa who represent the dark, agressive side of life. Many of the loa have an aspect in both the Petro and the Ranga family. These loa are often violent or angry, and can ask a high price for their services. They originated in Hati during the times of slavery.
Goddess of fame and messages. She is pictured as a gentle youth with a trumpet.
Goddess of the Moon and a Titan. She was the mother of the goddess Leto.
God of the morning star.
God of agriculture and prophecy.
Goddess of piety and a sense of duty to the state and the Gods.
God of the Underworld. Equivalent to the Greek Hades.
Goddess of punishment.
'She of many hymns', the Muse of sacred music and geometry. She is often seen with a pensive look on her face or veiled.
Goddess of the fruit trees and orchards.
God of ports and harbors. He is the guardian of storehouses and locked doors. His attribute is a key.
God of plenty.
God of the sea and brother of Zeus. Zeus, Hades and Poseidon drew lots to determine their sphere of influence in the world, and Poseidon drew the lot of water. He married Amphitirite, goddess of the sea. His weapon is the trident and he is often pictured with a flowing beard and hair, and a crown of sea creatures. He was widely worshipped by seafarers and fishermen.
Goddess of the past.
Lord of creation.
God of gardens, viniculture, sailors and fishermen. He is a fertility god, marked by an unusually large and erect phallus.
Goddess of the earth and darkness.
The wisest of the Titans, his name means 'forethought'. He could fortell the future. In the battle between Zeus and Cronus, Promethus deserted the other Titans and fought on Zeus' side. He is the protector and benefactor of mankind, giving us the gifts of farming and fire. He tricked Zeus into taking the worst parts of animals sacrificed to him, and was punished by being chained to a rock and suffering as a bird pecked out his liver.
Prorsa Postverta Roman
Goddess of women in labor, who oversaw the position of the fetus in the womb (normal or breech).
Goddess of forethought.
The earth goddess of the Vedas, counterpart of the Sky Father Dyaus. They were originally one being, Dyavaprthivi.
A creator god of Memphis, seen as a patron to craftsmen and especially stoneworkers. Pictured as a mummified man with only his hands free to grasp a scepter.
God of meeting.
Goddess of modesty and chastity.
Sun god and warrior, pictured as armed with darts.
Male half of Brahma, of whice Satrap is the female half.
God of fertility, wealth and cattle. He is also the guide of travellers and the dead.
Goddess of the pruning of vines and trees.