Guide to the Gods 1.0
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Babylonian goddess of pasture and poplar.
Ossetian thunder and rain god.
(Uatchet, Per Uadjit, Uazet, Uto, Buto)
Guardian goddess of Lower Egypt. She was represented either as a serpent or a vulture.
(Udug, Akkadian Utukku)
"Old, Old Coyote". Aztec god of sex and irresponsible gaiety.
Old Syrian god.
Aztec goddess of salt.
Japanese ancestral deities.
(Ukemochi, Waka-Uke-Nomi, Toyo-Uke-Bime)
Japanese goddess of fertility and food.
Finnish god of thunder.
Sky-god of Altai Tatars.
( = Ulgan?)
Central Asian creator god.
Ancient Anatolian demon.
A minor Norse god.
Hindu goddess. A form of the goddess Parvati.
Zulu creator god.
The Australian Dreamtime.
An Etruscan goddess corresponding to Hera and Juno.
High god of the Amazulu; known as Nkulnkulu to the Ndebele.
The water god of the North American Dakota.
Creator god of Basari of Togo.
Egyptian jackal god. He was a cemetery god at Asyut (Siut).
Chief Singhalese god.
Greek Muse of astronomy and astrology. Daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. Her attributes were the globe (representing the heavenly sphere) and compass.
Old Mesopotamian form of earth goddess.
Inca god of underground treasures.
The foremost of the three Norns, or Nordic fates.
Old Testament angel.
Gipsy female spirits of fate.
Underworld ferryman of the Gilgamesh epic.
Egyptian supernatural powers.
Hindu goddess of success in love affairs; an apsaras, or heavenly nymph.
Indian divine regent of planet Venus.
Hindu goddess of the dawn.
(Usmu, Isimud; Sumerian Sha)
Akkadian vizier of Enki.
Nordic supernatural giant.
Hero-god of the Babylonian flood.
Egyptian snake-goddess of Buto.
Sumerian sun god, god of fertility, judgement and law-giving.
Sumerian spider goddess of weaving.
Japanese goddess of jollity, mirth.
Youngest daughter of Allah among the Arabian Bedouin. She was identified with Venus as the morning star.