Guide to the Gods 1.0
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Dahomey god of thunder and fertility.
Albanian invisible spirits.
Chinese genii, spirits and immortals.
See Gong Gong.
Aztec maize goddess.
"Our Lord the Flayed One". Aztec flayed god, god of agriculture, the newly planted seed, and of penitential self-torture. He was said to have had himself flayed alive in order to give food to mankind, the flaying symbolizing the sprouting of the maize seed as it bursts through its skin. He was represented in rituals by a priest wearing the flayed skin of a human sacrifice.
Aztec god of fire, god of domestic and spiritual fire. Also called Huehueteotl, "the Old God", due to the antiquity of his rites.
Chinese goddess of immortality.
Xmucane and Xpiyacoc
Mother and father gods of the Quiche Maya. In the Popol Vuh creation myth they created the first human beings.
"Flower Prince". Aztec god of flowers and games.
"Flower Feather". Aztec goddess of flowers, fertility and childbirth.
Otomi and Aztec god of fire and of the stars.
Aztec dog-headed monstrous deity, associated with execution, sacrifice and misfortune. He was the lord of the evening star, believed to push the sun below the horizon in the evening.
Xrostag and Padvaxtag
Ossetian supreme god.