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Below is a list of deities by their region of origin or by groups, and organized alphabetically.

North America[]

Haitian[]

  • Bugid Y Aiba - God of war
  • Ogoun - God of war

Central/South America[]

Aztec[]

  • Ometeotl - progenitor of the Teotl, dual-god of fertility; also known as "Two God"
  • Ehecatl - god of wind; an aspect of Queztalcoatl
  • Huitzilopochtli - god of war and sacrifice; the tribal leader; lord of the south
  • Mixcoatl - god of many tribes, god of the hunt, and at one time, a god of war
  • Quetzalcoatl - god of the wind, rain, and sky; regarded as a cultural hero; lord of the west
  • Tezcatlipoca - god of obsidian and the night sky; also known as "the smoking mirror"; lord of the north
  • Tlaloc - god of rain, storms, and water; ruler of Tlalocan, a separate underworld consisting of those who died from drowning
  • Xipe Totec - god of force, patron of war, agriculture, vegetation, diseases, seasons, rebirth, hunting, trades, and spring; lord of the east
  • Xiuhtecuhtli - god of fire
  • Xochiquetzal - goddess of fertility, beauty, and female sexual power
  • Mictlantecuhtli - god of the underworld (known to the aztecs as 'Mictlan'

Costa Rican[]

Xroma[]

As a god of dying and rebirth, and a god of many masks, he had multiple deaths, multiple rebirths, and multiple masks.

Incan[]


Mayan[]

  • Buluc Chabtan - God of War
  • Chaac - God of Rain
  • Ekchuah - God of War
  • Ixchel - Goddess of Childbirth and War
  • Itzel - Goddess of Love, Beauty, the Moon, and Medicine
  • Ixtab - Goddess of Suicide and Hanging
  • Ah Puch - God of Death, Disaster, and Destruction, Ruler of Xibalba
  • K'awiil - God of Lightning
  • Nacon - God of War
  • Q'uq'umatz - God of Creation, the Sun, and Power, Ruler of the Sky
  • Tohil - God of rain, sun, and fire
  • Yopaat - God of storm

Europe[]

Anglo-Saxon[]

  • Elves - local spirits of the land
  • Eostre- goddess of April
  • Frigg - goddess of the Earth
  • Hretha- goddess of March
  • Saxnot- god of the english people
  • Shef- god of the corn harvest
  • Thunor - god of thunder
  • Tir - god of war
  • Weyland- god of smiths
  • Woden - god of royalty, healing, and magic

Armenian[]

  • Aramazd - King of the gods; god of the sun, air, and sky; the equivalent of Ahura Mazda, taken from Zoroastrianism
  • Mihr - God of light and wisdom; the equivalent of Mithra, taken from Zoroastrianism
  • Anahit – Goddess of fertility, healing, wisdom, and water
  • Aray - God of war
  • Astghik - Goddess of love, beauty, and water springs
  • Nane - Goddess of war
  • Tir - God of writing, and interpreter of dreams
  • Tsovinar - Goddess of the sea, water, and rain
  • Vahagn – God of war, lightning, and dragon-slaying

Celtic/Gaul[]

  • Aeracura - an earth mother goddess
  • Aine - goddess of sun and light
  • Ambisagrus - god of storms
  • Anann - irish goddess of war, death, predicting death in battle, cattle, prosperity, and fertility
  • Andarta - goddess of fertility
  • Andraste - gaulish warrior goddess
  • Angus Og - god of youth, love, and beauty
  • Anu - Goddess of nurturing
  • Arianrhod - an earth mother goddess, moon
  • Arawn - god of the underworld, terror, revenge, and war
  • Arito - wildlife goddess
  • Aoibhell - "woman of the shide", who made her dwelling in Craig Liath; Legend has it that she gave a golden harp to Meardha.
  • Badb - goddess of destruction and war
  • Balor - Although he was born with two good eyes, one was ruined in an accident; the eye is so hideous that he only opens it in battle so that its venom will slay whoever is unlucky enough to catch glimpse of it; his daughter marries Cian. Also known as Balor of the Evil Eye.
  • Bandua - Gallaecian god of war
  • Belatucadros - a war god that is worshipped by soldiers, and equated with the roman war god Mars
  • Black Annis - a goddess crone/wisewoman
  • Blodeuwedd - a maiden; She was changed into an owl for committing adultry and plotting to kill Lleu. Symbolizes wisdom, lunar mysteries, initiations. Known to help a garden or a child grow. Known as the ninefold goddess of the Western Isles of Paradise and Flower-Face, goddess was created by Math and Gwydion as a wife for the god Lleu
  • Boann - Goddess of rivers
  • Brigid - Goddess of poetry, fertility, protector of all who call upon her, healing; a maiden; a triple goddess
  • Bran - god of health
  • Branwen - goddess of love and beauty.
  • Bris - god of fertility and agriculture.
  • Caer - a maiden; a goddess of sleep and dreams; perhaps a less violent version of Mare
  • Cailleach - goddess of wisdom, disease, and plague; a goddess crone/wisewoman
  • Camulus - god of war of the Belgic Remi and British Trinovantes
  • Caswallawn - god of war
  • Catubodua - Gaulish goddess assumed to be associated with victory
  • Ceridwen - Inspiration, childbirth/midwifery, magic, moon, wisdom
  • Cicolluis - Gaulish and Irish god associated with war
  • Cian - Farther of Lugh
  • Creidhne - God of metalworking; one of the trio of craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan.
  • Creiddylad -  Goddess of flowers, love. 
  • Cyhiraeth - Goddess of streams, her scream fortells death. Coincides with the Beansidhe or Banshee
  • Cernunnos - God of virility, fertility, life, animals, forests, and the underworld.
  • Cocidius - Romano-British god associated with war, hunting, and forests
  • Danu - a goddess creatrix/primordial darkness, an earth mother; also goddess of nurturing
  • Diana Triformis - a triple goddess
  • The Dagda - God of the Earth and All Father.
  • Dewi - God represented by a red serpent or dragon.
  • Diancecht -  God of healing and medicine. 
  • Druantia - "Queen of the Druids". Celtic fir goddess and mother of the tree calender. Symbolizes protection, knowledge, creativity, passion, sex, fertility, growth, trees, and forests. Her feast day was Beltane
  • Dylan - sea god
  • Don - Queen of the heavens and goddess of air and sea
  • Dis Pater - God, originally of death and the underworld, eventually the chief of gods
  • Epona - Goddess of Horses
  • Elaine - Aspect of the maiden, she was later transformed in the Arthurian sagas.
  • Eostre - Goddess of Spring, worshipped at festivals all over Britain.
  • Eriu - Another of the three goddesses after which Ireland was named. Along with Banb and Fotia or Fodla.
  • Flidais - Goddess of the forest, woodlands, and wild things
  • Fodla - Third of the trinity of goddesses of Ireland along with Babd and Eriu. Variants: Fotia.
  • Greine - a goddess crone/wisewoman
  • Goibhniu - God of blacksmiths, weapon-makers, brewing.
  • Gwydion - Warrior and magician god, god of enchantment, illusion, magick.
  • Gwynn Ap Nudd - God of the underworld. 
  • Leucetius - God of thunder
  • Labraid - God of the underworld.
  • Llew Llaw Gyffes - God of harpers, healing, poets, smiths, sorcerers, and waters. 
  • Llyr -  God of waters and the sea. 
  • Liban - Goddess of under water
  • Lugh - God of of kings, justice, and rulership. He was the master of all arts. Often seen as a sun or light god.
  • Luchta - God of wrights; one of the triad of craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan
  • Manannan Mac Lir - God of the sea
  • Maeve - Goddess of Earth, fertility, and war. 
  • Manannan Mac Lir - Patron of sailors and merchants. 
  • Math Mathonwy - God of magick, sorcery, and enchantment. 
  • Mider - God of the Underworld.
  • Myrrdin - Sorcerer, Druid, Wizard, and Magician.
  • Margawse -  Mother aspect of the goddess, she was transformed in the later Arthurian sagas.
  • Morrigan - Goddess of destruction, fertility, moon, vegetation, war; a triple goddess
    • Macha - Irish goddess associated with war, horses, and sovereignty; member of the Morrigan
    • Nemain - Irish goddess of the frenzied havoc of war; member of the Morrigan
    • Anu - Manifestation magic, moon, air, fertility, prosperity. Celtic (Irish) goddess of plenty. Mother earth goddess and maiden aspect of the Morrigan
    • Badb - Goddess of war and death, sometimes links to rebirth and reincarnation
  • Neit - Irish god of war, husband of Nemain of Badb
  • Nantosuelta - Goddess of nature, valley, and streams.
  • Nemain - Goddess of war
  • Niamh -  Goddess of beauty and brightness. Helps heroes at their death.
  • Nostiluca - Goddess of witches
  • Nuada - God of the hunt, justice, leadership, water.
  • Ogma - Warrior god often associated with Heracles. 
  • Olwen - Goddess of flowers and springtime. Also symbolizes love and re-birth.
  • Pwyll - God, prince who married the goddess Rhiannon and bore a son, Pryderi.
  • Scathach - Goddess of healing, magic, fighting arts, prophecy. 
  • Rhiannon - Goddess of Horses, inspiration, moon, death, fortune/luck, poetry, and music. Also known for fertility and motherhood.
  • Rosmerta - Celtic goddess of fertility and wealth. 
  • Rudianos - Gaulish god of war
  • Segomo - Gaulish god of war
  • Sequana - Goddess of the river and of health.
  • Shannon - Goddess of the River Shannon
  • Smertios - War Deity
  • Sucellus - God of agriculture and the forest, ferries souls to the underworld. His consort is Nantosvelta.
  • Sul - Goddess of sun, light
  • Taliesin - God of song, known as Prince of Song, Chief of the Bards of the West, and patron god of the Druids, he was a great magician, bard, and shapeshifter who gained his knowledge from the goddess Cerridwen directly.
  • Taranis - God of thunder
  • Tephi - Goddess who co-founded tea.
  • Taranus - God of thunder
  • Teutates - British and Gaulish god of war and the tribe, fertility, and money.
  • The White Lady - Celtic all Celtic countries; goddess of death and destruction. Called the Dryad of Death and Queen of the Dead, this goddess was a Crone aspect of the goddess.

English[]

  • Black Shuck East Anglian dog spirit.
  • Herne (m) - Hunter spirit of Windsor.
  • Jack in the Green (m) - May day fertility spirit.

Finnish[]

  • Ahti - God of the sea.
  • Akka - Goddess of women.
  • Ilmarinen - God of the the forge.
  • Loviatar - Goddess of pestilence.
  • Mielikki - Goddess of the forrests and hunt.
  • Tuoni - God of the underworld.
  • Ukko - God of the sky and thunder.
  • Vellamo - Goddess of the sea.
  • Väinämöinen - God of the magic and poetry.

German/Dutch[]

  • Holda (f) - goddess of winter, weather, textiles, and fertility
  • Nehalennia (f) - goddess of seafaring and fertility (german/dutch)
  • Nerthus (f) - goddess of the Earth (german/danish)

Greek[]

  • Acheron - God of one of the seven rivers of the underworld with the same name
  • Achlys - A primordial deity and the goddess of eternal night, misery, and sorrow
  • Adonis - The mortal lover of Aphrodite
  • Aeolus - King of the winds
  • Aether - A primordial deity and the personification of the upper sky
  • Alastor - Spirit of blood feuds and vengeance
  • The Algea - Spirits of pain and suffering
    • Achos
    • Ania
    • Lupe
  • Alpheus - God of one of the seven rivers of the underworld with the same name
  • Ananke- Personification of fate or necessity
  • Aphrodite – Goddess of beauty; one of the twelve Olympians
  • Apollo – God of poetry, music, and the sun and the prophecy; an Olympian
  • Ares – God of war; an Olympian
  • Artemis – Goddess of the hunt and of of the moon; an Olympian
  • Asclepius- God of healing
  • Asteria - Goddess of nocturnal oracles and the stars
  • Ate- Goddess of moral blindness and personification of folly
  • Athena – Goddess of wisdom, defensive war, and Athens; an Olympian
  • Bia - Spirit of force and compulsion
  • Charon - Ferryman of the dead
  • Cronus - King of the Titanes and the god of time
  • Cocytus - God of one of the seven rivers of the underworld with the same name
  • Deimos - Personification of terror
  • Despoina - Goddess of mysteries of Arcadian cults and of horses
  • Demeter – Goddess of the harvest and of nature, often considered an Olympian
  • Dionysus – God of wine, he took Hestia's place as an Olympian
  • Echo - A mountain nymph that was punished by Hera so that she could no longer speak except to repeat the last words of another
  • Eris – Goddess of confusion, chaos, and laughter.
  • Enyalius - God of war
  • Enyo - Goddess of war, sometimes appears to be identical to Eris
  • Epiphron - Demon of shrewdness
  • Erebus - The primeval god of darkness
  • Eridanos - God of one of the seven rivers of the underworld with the same name
  • Erinyes - Chthonic deities of vengeance
  • Eos – Goddess of the dawn
  • Eros - God of lust and desire
  • Gaia – Primordial Goddess of earth, and mother of the Titans
  • Geras - God of old age
  • Hades – God of the underworld, often considered an Olympian
  • Hecate – Goddess of Witchcraft and crossroads
  • Helios – God who drives of the sun: a primordial
  • Hemera - A primordial deity and the personification of day
  • Hephaestus – God of smiths and fire; an Olympian
  • Hesperides - Nymphs of evening and golden lights of sunsets
  • Hera – Chief Goddess of the pantheon and Goddess of marriage; an Olympian
  • Hermes – The messenger of the Greek Gods; an Olympian
  • Hestia – Goddess of the hearth who gave up seat at Olympus to Dionysus
  • Homados - Spirit of the din of battle
  • Horme - Spirit of impulse, effort, eagerness, setting oneself in motion, and starting an action
  • Hybris - Spirit of outrageous behavior
  • Hypnos - A primordial deity and the personification of sleep
  • Hysminai- Female spirits of fighting and combat
  • Iapetus - Titan god of the underworld who brought violent deaths to mortals
  • Ioke - Spirit of onslaught, battle-tumult, and pursuit
  • Iris - Goddess of rainbows and messenger of Hera
  • Keres - Goddesses of violent death; sisters of Thanatos
  • Kratos - Personification of strength and power
  • Kydoimos - Spirit of the din of battle
  • Lampades - Torch-bearing underworld nymphs
  • Lethe - Goddess of one of the seven rivers of the underworld with the same name
  • Limos - Goddess of starvation
  • Macaria - goddess of the blessed death
  • Makhai - Male spirits of fighting and combat
  • Melinoe - Goddess of ghosts
  • Moirai - Any of the three goddesses that determined humans' fates, the span of a person's life, and their allotment of misery and suffering
  • Momos - Evil-spirited god of blame
  • Moros - God of impending doom
  • Nemesis - The avenging goddess of divine retribution
  • Nike - Spirit of victory
  • Nyx - A primordial deity and the personification of the night
  • Oizys - Goddess of misery, distress, anxiety, and worry
  • Palioxis - Spirit of back-rush, flight, and retreat from battle
  • Pallas - Titan god of war-craft and the springtime campaign season
  • Pan – God of shepherds
  • Persephone - Queen of the underworld; wife of Hades and goddess of spring growth
  • Perses - Titan of destruction
  • Phlegethon - God of one of the seven rivers of the underworld with the same name
  • Phobos - Spirit of panic, fear, flight, and battlefield route
  • Phonoi - Spirits of murder, killing, and slaughter
  • Phrike - Spirit of horror and trembling fear
  • Polemos - Spirit of war
  • Poseidon – God of the sea and the Father of horses; an Olympian
  • Proioxis - Spirit of onrush and battlefield pursuit
  • Selene – Goddess who drives the moon;a Primordial
  • Styx - Goddess of one of the seven rivers of the underworld with the same name that formed a boundary between the living and the dead
  • Tartarus - A primordial deity who the abyss used as the dungeon of torment that resides beneath the underworld was named after
  • Thanatos- The god of death
  • Thyche- Goddess of fortune
  • Uranus – Primordial god of the heavens, and father of the Titans
  • Zeus – God of sky and air; chief Olympian
  • Morpheus – God of dreams

Irish[]

Lusitanian[]

  • Endovelicus (m) - A Solar God with many faces, the supreme head God, god of dreams/visions and health.
  • Ataegina (f) - The goddess of health, the moon, and rebirth (a significant theme in their religion).
  • Runesocesius (m) - A god of mystery and martial skills, the god of the javelin.

Norse[]

  • Asgard - home to the Æsir tribe of gods
  • Alfar
  • Balder – god of beauty, innocence, joy, peace, and purity; son of Odin
  • Beyla (f) - goddess of bees or cattle
  • Bil (f) - goddess of the moon
  • Bragi – god of poetry
  • Byggvir (m) - god of barley
  • Dagr (m) - god of the day
  • Disir - local female goddesses or female ancestors
  • Eir (f) - goddess of healing
  • Fenrir - wolf-god of destruction and Ragnorak (Norse Armageddon)
  • Forseti (m) - god of justice
  • Freyja / Freya (f) - goddess of love, domestic skills, and magic
  • Freyr – God of fertility and love
  • Frigga (f) - Goddess of women domestic skills and wisdom
  • Heimdall – The guardian of the Norse deities
  • Hel – Queen of Helheim, the Norse underworld
  • Hoenir (m) - God of reason
  • Idunn (f) - Goddess of apples and immortality
  • Irpa - Goddess of hail storms
  • Jord (f) - Earth Goddess
  • Lofn (f) - Goddess of thwarted lovers
  • Loki – The Norse trickster god
  • Mani (m) - God of the moon
  • Njord (m) - God of the coast and wealth
  • Norns (f) - The three goddesses of fate Verdandi Urd and Skuld
  • Nott (f) - Goddess of night
  • Odin – God of the hunt, magic, poetry, victory, war, and wisdom
  • Ran (f) - Goddess of the drowned
  • Saga (f) - Goddess of wisdom
  • Sif (f) - Goddess of kinship
  • Siofn (f) - Goddess of love
  • Skadi (f) - Goddess of skiing and mountains
  • Snotra (f) - Goddess of wisdom
  • Sol (f) - Goddess of the sun
  • Syn (f) - Goddess of protection
  • Thor – God of thunder
  • Thorgerd - Goddess of hail storms
  • Tyr – God of battle and warfare
  • Ull (m) - God of skiing, hunting, and combat
  • Vali (m) - God of vengeance
  • Var (f) - Goddess of oaths
  • Vidar (m) - God of strength
  • Vor (f) - Goddess of hidden knowledge

Roman[]

  • Apollo – God of the sun, music, and poetry
  • Bellona - Goddess of war
  • Bacchus – God of wine
  • Caelus - God of heaven
  • Cardea - Goddess of health, thresholds, and door hinges and handles
  • Ceres – Goddess of the harvest
  • Cupid – God of love
  • Diana – Goddess of the hunt
  • Fulgora - Goddess of lightning
  • Honos - God of chivalry, honor, and military justice
  • Janus – Two-headed god of beginnings and endings
  • Juno – The chief Goddess of the Roman pantheon; Goddess of marriage
  • Jupiter – The chief god; God of the sky
  • Maia – The "good Goddess", Goddess of spring
  • Mars – God of war
  • Mercury – The messenger of the Roman Gods
  • Minerva – Goddess of wisdom and civilization
  • Neptune – God of the sea
  • Nerio - Warrior goddess and personification of valor
  • Pluto – God of the underworld
  • Plutus – God of wealth
  • Portunus - God of keys, doors, and livestock
  • Proserpina – Queen of the underworld
  • Tempestas - Goddess of storms and sudden weather
  • Terminus - God who protected boundary markers
  • Trivia - Goddess of magick and three-way crossroads; equivalent to the Greek Hecate
  • Venus – Goddess of beauty
  • Vesta – Goddess of the hearth
  • Victoria - Personification of victory
  • Virtus - God of bravery and military strength
  • Vulcan – God of the forge

Romano-Celtic[]

  • Abnoba - Goddess of forests, rivers
  • Andrasta - Goddess of war
  • Arduinna - Goddess of hunting, forests
  • Arnemetia - Goddess of water
  • Aveta - Goddess of childbirth/midwifery
  • Sequana - Goddess of healing/health
  • Sirona - Goddess of healing/health
  • Suleviae - Goddess of crossroads, moon
  • Sulis - Goddess of healing/health, death

Slavic[]

  • Belobog – god of the sun, light, hope, and goodwill
  • Chernobog - cursed god of darkness, destruction, and loss; brother of Belobog
  • Indibog - god of balance; father of the all-seeing eye, the decoder of light and darkness
  • Jarovit - god of war
  • Morana - goddess of harvesting, witchcraft, winter, and death
  • Perun - god of thunder and lightning; king of the gods
  • Rugiviet - god of war
  • Svantetit - god of war
  • Svetovit - god of war
  • Triglav - god of war
  • Zroya - goddess of war

Urartian[]

  • Haldi – God of War, Supreme God of the Urartian pantheon
  • Arubani - Goddess of Fertility and Art

Egyptian[]

  • Anhur, God of War, Sky Bearer
  • Ankt - Goddess of war
  • Anouke - Goddess of war
  • Anubis, God of Embalming, Prosecutor of the Dead
  • Apep - The serpent deity of evil and darkness
  • The Aten, the embodiment of the Sun's rays
  • Atum, a creator deity
  • Bast, Goddess of Cats
  • Bes, God-Demon of Protection, Childbirth and Entertainment
  • Geb, God of the Earth
  • Hapi God of the Nile and Fertility
  • Hathor, Goddess of Love and Music
  • Heget Goddess of Childbirth
  • Horus the falcon-headed god, King of gods
  • Imhotep God of wisdom, medicine and magic
  • Isis, Goddess of Magic, sister of Nephthys
  • Khepry, the scarab beetle, the embodiment of the dawn
  • Khnum, a creator deity
  • Khonsu, God of the Moon
  • Kuk - An uncreated god who personified the primordial darkness
  • Maahes - Lion-headed god of war
  • Ma'at, Goddess of Truth, Balance, and Order
  • Menhit - Goddess of war
  • Mentu - God of war
  • Min, God of Male Fertility
  • Mont, god of war
  • Naunet, the primal waters
  • Neith, the great mother goddess, goddess of war
  • Nephthys, mother of Anubis
  • Nut, goddess of heaven and the sky
  • Osiris, God of death
  • Pakhet - Goddess of war
  • Ptah, a creator deity
  • Ra, the sun God
  • Satis - Deification of the floods of the Nile River and an early war; goddess of hunting and fertility
  • Sekhmnet, goddess of war and battles
  • Sobek, Crocodile God
  • Set, God of Storms, possible father of Anubis
  • Sopdu - God of the scorching heat of the summer sun, associated with war
  • Shu, god of the wind and air
  • Taweret - Goddess of childbirth and fertility
  • Tefnut, goddess of order, justice, time, Heaven and Hell and weather
  • Thoth, god of the moon, drawing, writing, geometry, wisdom, medicine, music, astronomy, and magic
  • Wepwawet - Wolf-god of war and death who later became associated with Anubis and the afterlife

African[]

  • Àganjù - god of volcanoes and earthquakes
  • Ajá (Aje) - goddess of commerce and money
  • Ayao - goddess of the whirlwinds or cyclone 
  • Eleguá - god of crossroads and doors; a trickster
  • Èṣhù - god of beginnings and balance
  • Hara Ké - goddess of spring
  • Mémé - goddess of health and healing
  • Obatálá - god of Peace, Justice, and Divine Judgement
  • Obbá-Nani - goddess of Marriage, Domesticity, and Protection
  • Olódùmarè - god of creation
  • Ogún- god of Iron, Employment, Technology, and the Forest
  • Ochósi - god of Hunting, Justice, and the Forest
  • Olókun - god of the Deep Sea, Wealth, Prosperity, and Health
  • Orunmila - god of Wisdom, Divination, Destiny, and Foresight 
  • Oshún - goddess of Rivers, Money, Independence, beauty, and love 
  • Oyá - goddess of Winds, Storms, Tornados, Lighting, and the Marketplace
  • Yemáyá - goddess of the Ocean, Fertility, and Healing 

East Asia[]

Chinese[]

  • Ch’ang’O (Ch’ang’E) - Goddess of the Moon, Relationships and Devotion
  • Dian Wu - Thunder deity
  • Du Kang - God of wine
  • Kuan Yin (Guan Yin) - Chinese Goddess (Bodhisattva) of Compassion, Mercy, and Kindness
  • Feng Bo - (Taoist) God Wind deity
  • Feng Po Po - Goddess of Windsy
  • Han Zixian - God of Winds
  • Jiao Ling - A mythical water beast with the blood of a dragon, four claws, the head of a horse, whiskers, scales, and horns
  • Lei Gong - God of Thunder
  • Li Shi - A minor god who looks after loose change
  • Wenchang Wang - (Taoist) God of Culture, Literature, and Education
  • Mazu - Patron goddess of seafarers
  • Meng Po - The Lady of Forgetfulness
  • Ne Zha - Child God - protect the human world against the surge of demons
  • Sun Wukong - The Monkey King - A powerful monkey spirit who can see the true form of any demon
  • Tsai Shen Yeh - God of Wealth and Fortune
  • Wen Zhong - Thunder deity
  • Yunzhongzi - Master of clouds
  • Yu Shi - God of rain

Japanese/Shinto (there are way more kami then this)[]

  • Amaterasu – Goddess of the sun
  • Cannon - Mahayana Buddhist Goddess of Compassion. Also known as Guan Yin.
  • Futsu-Nushi-no-Kami - God of war
  • Fuujin - God of wind
  • Hachiman - God of war
  • Inari- God of Foxes
  • Izanagi- First god
  • Izanami- Goddess of Death, Uncleanliness, and the Underworld. Also the first goddess
  • Raijin - God of thunder, lightning, and storms
  • The Shichifukujin- Seven Gods of Good Fortune
    • Daikoku- God of Wealth, commerce, and trade
    • Ebisu- God of Fishers and Merchants
    • Benzaiten- Goddess of eloquence, music, art, and beauty
    • Bishamonten- God of Warriors
    • Fukurokuju- God of Longevity, Happiness, and Wealth
    • Jurojin- God of Longevity
    • Hotei- God of Abundance and Good Health
    • Ejay- God of criminology
  • Susanoo- God of Storms
  • Tengu- Minor deities (kami) of Mountains
  • Tsukiyomi- God of the Moon

Tibetan[]

  • Beg-tse - God of war
  • there are definitely more to this category and the Vietnamese category But yet again I’m too lazy

Vietnamese[]

  • Princess Lieu Hanh - One of the Four Immortals

West Asia[]

Hindu[]

  • Brahma - God of creation
  • Dyaus - God of heaven
  • Ganesha/Ganesha - God of beginnings and remover of obstacles. A god with an elephant head (his father Shiva cut off his human head)
  • Hanuman - A muscular monkey god, the son of the wind, a character in the Ramayana who helped Rama save Sita
  • Indra - God of war
  • Kali - Goddess of death and time
  • Karttikeya - God of war
  • Lakshmi - Goddess of wealth and fortune; a consort of Vishnu
  • Mariamman - Goddess of rain
  • Maruts - Storm gods
  • Parvati - Goddess of fertility, love, beauty, and children. A Mother Goddess
  • Saranyu - Goddess of the clouds
  • Saraswati - Goddess of learning, music, and art. Consort of Brahma
  • Shiva - Several of his avatars are gods of avenging and destroying
  • Vayu - God of the wind
  • Vishnu - God of protection and preservation, several of his avatars are associated with fighting and vanquishing evil
    • Kalki - The tenth avatar of Vishnu to end the Kali Yuga
    • Krishna - A well-known avatar of Vishnu who preserves the force of the universe
    • Kurma - An avatar of Vishnu who appeared as a turtle
    • Matsya - An avatar of Vishnu who appeared as a fish
    • Rama - An avatar of Vishnu, known from the Ramayana, a prince who saved his wife Sita from enemies
  • Yama - A wrathful god said to judge the dead and preside over the Narakas and the cycle of the afterlife (samsara)

Persian[]

  • Ahura Mazda, AKA Ormazd - The chief god in Zoroastrianism. His name means "Lord Wisdom". He has seven "emanations", which are called the amesha spenta, which means "immortal holy ones".
  • Mitra/Mithra - The second-highest god in Zoroastrianism. He is the Zoroastrian god of contracts and oaths. He is one of the three judges at the bridge of souls.
  • Apam Napat - The third-highest god in Zoroastrianism. His name means "water's child". He was originally the world-creator god, until Zoroaster came and wrote The Gathas, which supplanted Apam Napat with Ahura Mazda.

Mesopotamian[]

  • Adad - God of storms (Assyrian)
  • An - Sumerian
  • Anshar - father of heaven
  • Anu - the god of heaven (Mesopotamian)
  • Apsu - the ruler of gods and underworld oceans
  • Ara Tiotio - God of tornadoes and whirlwinds (Maori)
  • Ashtart - Goddess of war (Babylonian)
  • Ashur - God of war and national god of the Assyrians (Assyrian)
  • Damkina - Earth mother goddess
  • Ea - god of wisdom
  • Enki - God of Creation, Water, Fertility, Black Arts, and Mischief. (Babylonian)
  • Enlil - god of weather and storms (Mesopotamian)
  • Ereshkigal - Goddess of the Underworld
  • Erra - An Akkadian plague god; also the god of mayhem and pestilence who is responsible for periods of political confusion (Akkadian/Babylonian)
  • Ninurta - god of war (Babylonian)
  • Hadad - God of storms (Mesopotamian)
  • Inanna - Goddess associated with love, beauty, sex, desire, fertility, war, justice, and political power (Mesopotamian/Sumerian)
  • Ishtar - goddess of love (Assyrian/Akkadian/Babylonian)
  • Jabru - God of the underworld (Elamite)
  • Kingu - husband of Tiamat
  • Kishar - father of earth
  • Marduk - national god of the Babylonians; god of water, vegetation, judgement, and magick (Babylonian)
  • Mummu - god of mists
  • Nabu - god of the scribal arts
  • Nammu
  • Namtar - A chthonic minor deity, god of death, and minister and messenger of An, Ereshkigal, and Nergal
  • Nanaja - Goddess of war (Sumerian)
  • Nanna
  • Nergal - Ereshkigal's husband and Lord of the Underworld (Babylonian)
  • Ninhursag
  • Ninlil - Goddess of air (Mesopotamian)
  • Ninsusinak - National god of the Elamite Empire and consort of Pinikir (Elamite/Assyrian)
  • Nintu - mother of all gods
  • Pap-nigin-gara - God of war (Akkadian/Babylonian)
  • Sebitti - Group of minor war gods (Akkadian/Babylonian)
  • Shamash - god of the sun and of justice
  • Shala - Goddess of war and grain (Akkadian/Babylonian)
  • Shara - Minor god of war (Sumerian)
  • Shulmanu - God of the underworld, fertility, and war, weapon
  • Sin - moon god
  • Tawhirimatea - God of storms (Maori)
  • Tiamat - dragon goddess of saltwater (Babylonian)
  • Utu
  • Zababa - God of war (Akkadian)

Semitic[]

  • El - The west-semitic king of the gods
  • Baal - His name means "lord"
  • Yam - God of the sea; called Yawa in other areas, being the equivalent of the jewish god Yahweh
  • Mot - God of death and the underworld
  • Asherah - One of two wives of El
  • Astarte
  • Anat - One of two wives of El; goddess of love and war
  • Dagon
  • Nikkal
  • Yareha
  • Moloch - His name means "king"
  • Kothar-Wa-Khasis

Abrahamic[]

  • Yahweh, AKA Jehovah, anciently called Yahwah - Merged with El to form the jewish god
  • El, AKA El Shaddai - Meaning "the all-conquering god"; merged with Yahwah to form the jewish god
  • Allah - The arabic equivalent of the canaanite/hebrew god El
  • Jesus of Nazareth - A jewish cult leader who was deified by himself and his followers
  • The Holy Spirit - An ad-hoc invention by Jesus, to motivate his followers; later elevated to the status of an entity of central importance by Paul of Tarsus
  • The Trinity - The combination of El/Yahweh, Jesus, and The Holy Spirit

Australia[]


  • Birrahgnooloo, Kamilaroi goddess of fertility who would send floods if properly asked to
  • Daega: The rainbow serpent
    • Adnoartina, the lizard guard of Uluru
    • Altjira, Arrernte sky god who created the earth
    • Ankotarinja, first man of Arrernte mythology
    • Onur, Karraur lunar deity
    • Bamapana, Yolngu trickster spirit who creates discord
    • Banaitja, creator deity
    • Barnumbirr, Yolgnu creator spirit
    • Barraiya, creator of the first vagina
    • Bobbi-Bobbi, benevolent Binbinga snake deity
    • Djanggawul, three creator-siblings of northeast Arnhem Land mythology
    • Galeru, rainbow snake in Arnhem Land mythology who swallowed the Djanggawul
    • Djunkgao, group of sisters associated with floods and ocean currents
    • Julunggul, Yolgnu rainbow snake goddess associated with initiation, fertility, rebirth, and water
    • Karora, creator god
    • Kunapipi, mother goddess, and the patron deity of many heroes
    • Malingee, malignant nocturnal spirit
    • Mamaragan, lightning deity
    • Mangar-kunjer-kunja, Arrernte lizard deity who created humans
    • Mimi, fairy-like beings of Arnhem Land
    • Minawara and Multultu, legendary ancestors of the Nambutji
    • Namarrkon (also known as Namarrgon[2]), Lightning man, makes lightning appear and creates roars of thunder in storms
    • Mokoi, evil Yolngu spirit who kidnapped and ate children
    • Ngintaka, Pitjantjatjara creator being
    • Nogomain, god who gives spirit children to mortal parents
    • Manuriki, god of beauty
    • Papinijuwari, a type of one-eyed giant which feeds on the bodies of the dead and the blood of the sick
    • Ulanji, snake-ancestor of the Binbinga
    • Wala, solar goddess
    • Wawalag, Yolngu sisters who were swallowed by a serpent, only to be regurgitated
    • Wollunqua, snake-deity associated with rain and fertility
    • Wuluwaid, rain god of Arnhem Land
    • Wuriupranili, solar goddess whose torch is the sun
    • Wurugag and Waramurungundi, first man and woman of Gunwinggu legend
    • Yhi, Karraur solar goddess associated with light and creation
    • Yurlungur, Yolngu snake deity who swallowed and regurgitated the Wawalag sisters; associated with initiation and rebirth
    • Anjea, fertility goddess or spirit, in whom people's souls reside between their incarnations
    • Gaiya, giant devil dingo of lower Cape York Peninsula
    • Dhakhan, ancestral god of the Kabi
    • I'wai, culture hero of the Kuuku-Ya'u
    • Yalungur, god of the first baby
    • Bagadjimbiri, a pair of Karadjeri creator-spirits
    • Dilga, Karadjeri goddess of fertility and growth, and mother of the Bagadjimbiri
    • Julana, lecherous Jumu spirit who surprises women by burrowing beneath the sand, leaping out, and raping them
    • Kidili, Mandjindja moon deity who was castrated for attempting to rape the first women, who in turn became the Pleiades
    • Kurdaitcha (or kurdaitcha man) is a ritual "executioner" in Australian Indigenous Australian culture (specifically the term comes from the Arrernte people).
    • Ngariman, Karadjeri quoll-man who killed the Bagadjimbiri and was drowned in revenge
    • Njirana, Jumu deity and father of Julana
    • Ungud, snake deity associated with rainbows and the fertility and erections of the tribe's shamans
    • Wagyl, Noongar snakelike creator being
    • Wati-kutjara, a pair of western Australian lizard-men
    • Wondjina, Mowanjum cloud or rain spirits
      • Daramulum, southeast Australian deity and son of Baiame
      • Gnowee, solar goddess who searches daily for her lost son; her torch is the sun
      • Karatgurk, seven sisters who represent the Pleiades star cluster
      • Kondole, man who became the first whale
      • Lohan-tuka, wife of Loo-errn
      • Loo-errn, spirit ancestor and guardian of the Brataualung people
      • Nargun, fierce half-human, half-stone creature of Gunai legend
      • Pundjel, creator deity involved in the initiation of boys
      • Thinan-malkia, evil spirit who captures victims with nets that entangle their feet
      • Tiddalik, frog of southeast Australian legend who drank all the water in the land, and had to be made to laugh to regurgitate it
      • Wambeen, evil lightning-hurling figure who targets travellers

Antarctica[]

Other[]

Deities of oriental mystery religions and roman imperial cults[]

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