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A'akuluujjusi
   is the   
Inuit Mother Goddess of Creation
Abaangui
   is the   
Inuit God of the Moon
At least, part of him is. He cut off his nose to spite his face and threw into the night sky, where it became the moon. We'll be in big trouble if he should ever sneeze
Accla
   is the   
Goddess of the Sacred Fire
Adrammelech
   is the   
Mesopotamian Supreme God of the Sun
Ahayuta Achi
   is the   
Zuni Pueblo Twin Gods of War
Ahsonnutli
   is the   
Navajo Chief God
Sky father
Ahti
   is the   
Finnish Water God
Puts the whirl in whirlpools
Aida-Wedo
   is the   
Caribbean Great Fertility Rainbow Snake Deity
Aipoloovik
   is the   
Inuit Sea God
Evil god associated with death and destruction
Ajatar
   is the   
Finnish Demon Spiritess of the Woods
One peek at her face and you'll start feeling ill
Akka
   is the   
Finnish Earth Mother Goddess
Akna
   is the   
Inuit Goddess of Childbirth
Looks after all those cold deliveries
Aleut
   is the   
Inuit Wife Goddess of the Moon
She worshipped the Man in the Moon and he took her to be his Moon Wife.
Alignak
   is the   
Inuit Moon and Weather God
Responsible for the day-to-day manifestations of earthquakes, comets and eclipses
Amaguq
   is the   
Inuit Trickster and Wolf God
Anarkusuga
   is the   
Inuit Frozen Goddess
She's in charge of whatever is in the deep freeze of North American Arctic coasts.
Anguta
   is the   
Inuit God of the Dead
Carrier of the souls of the departed down to the icey Adlivun Underworld
Aningan
   is the   
Inuit God of the Moon
Has an igloo in the sky, from which he emerges to chase his sister the Sun across the firmament
Anu
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of the Sky, Lord of Heaven
Was also used as a God of Judgement.
Apocatequil
   is the   
Incan God of Lightning
Apsu
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of Sweet Waters and Heavenly Freshwater Oceans of Wisdom
Filled the world with optimistic goodness.
Apu-Illapu
   is the   
Incan God of Thunder
Asiaq
   is the   
Inuit Goddess of the Weather
Frequently invoked for good weather
Aulanerk
   is the   
Inuit Friendly Sea Goddess
Rules over the tides, waves and joy
Baba Yaga
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Life and Death
Lives in a house on chicken legs. Also the Evening Star - She closes the gates of heaven each night as the sun returns home. Also the guardian of the fountain of the waters of life
Baron Samedi
   is the   
Caribbean God of the Dead
Dressess like an undertaker.
Baron Samedi
   is the   
Haitian Voodoo God of the Dead
Bialobóg
   is the   
Slavic God of the Woods
He is manifested through the primeval forests
Bondye
   is the   
Caribbean Senior Voodoo God
Just wants to be left alone.
Byelobog
   is the   
Baltic White God of Goodness
Brings on the day
Chernobog
   is the   
Baltic Black God of Darkness
Brings on the night
Chernobog
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Herbs, Sorcery and Sex
Her celebration falls upon the Summer solstice in June
Cocomama
   is the   
Incan Goddess of Health, Happiness and Recreational Drugs
Was supposedly transformed into the world's first coca plant
Coyote
   is the   
Native American Trickster God
Dadzbóg
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of the Spring and Weather
A virgin goddess who is a huntress in the forest
Damu
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of Healing and Rebirth
Damuzi
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of Fertility, Growth and Decay
Dievas
   is the   
Lithuanian Top Creator God
He is the source of all good things, including peace, friendship, flowers and cute little birdies.
Dziewona
   is the   
Slavic Goddess Witch
Lives in a house that stands on chicken legs
Dzydzilelya
   is the   
Slavic God of the Winds, Sky and Air
Said to be the grandfather of the winds of eight directions
Eeyeekalduk
   is the   
Inuit God of Medicine and Good Health
Enki
   is the   
Mesopotamian Creator God
Played with clay dolls that he could bring to real life.
Enlil
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of Air, Wind and Storms
Keeps the Tablets of Destiny. The King of Gods.
Enlil
   is the   
Sumerian Supreme God
God of the Earth and of the air
Ereshkigal
   is the   
Mesopotamian Underworld Goddess of Death, Darkness and Dust
Brooding moody figure who is prone to fits of fury and spasms of tearful temper
Erzulie
   is the   
Caribbean Goddess of Love, Romance, Beauty and Womanhood
She also stands in for the Virgin Mary
Estsanatlehi
   is the   
Navajo Goddess of the Seasons
Gaea
   is the   
Greek Goddess of the Earth
Or Earth Mother
Ganga
   is the   
Hindu Guardian Goddess of the Ganges
Ghede
   is the   
Caribbean Spirit of the Dead
But he likes dressing up in fancy clothes
Gran-Met
   is the   
Caribbean Black Mother, Creator Goddess
Haumiatiketike
   is the   
Maori God of Wild Plants, Uncultivated Food and Fern Roots
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Hina
   is the   
Hawaiian Moon Goddess
Hinenuitepo
   is the   
Maori Goddess of Death and Night
Daughter of Tane-mahuta. Was originally named Hinetitama, the dawn maiden.
Humbaba
   is the   
Mesopotamian Massive Monster of the Cedar Forest
Idliragijenget
   is the   
Inuit God of the Ocean
Ignirtoq
   is the   
Inuit God of Light and Truth
Sought after on a daily basis during the dark winter months
Ilmatar
   is the   
Finnish Goddess of Air
Inanna
   is the   
Mesopotamian Goddess of Words, Language, Syntax and Meaning
She read the Tablets of Destiny. Very bad thing to do.
Inti
   is the   
Incan God of the Sun
Ishtar
   is the   
Mesopotamian Sky Goddess of Sex, Love and Fertility
A fiesty no-nonsense Goddess, the Evening Star. Also Goddess of War.
Kadlu
   is the   
Inuit Goddess of Thunder
Now you know who to blame for those thunderstorms.
Kapula
   is the   
Slavic Goddesses of the Morning Star
She opens the heavenly gates fo the chariot of the sun in the morning
Kishar
   is the   
Mesopotamian Goddess of the Horizon
Lada
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Harmony and Merriment
Singing praises to her was banned in Poland in the 15th century
Lemminkainen
   is the   
Finnish Trickster God
Lempo
   is the   
Finnish God of Evil and Lord of Demons
Chief of wickedness, confusion and cruelty
Loa
   is the   
Caribbean God Spirit of Trancing and Prancing
Marduk
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of Fertility and Chief of the Other Gods
Marzanna
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Health and Healing
Also the goddess of regeneration and rebirth
Marzyana
   is the   
Slavic God of Destiny and Glory
Those born at the time when he strews gold in his palace are destined to be wealthy.
Mimi
   is the   
Australian Aboriginal Trickster God
Mokosh
   is the   
Slavic God of the Sun
Negafook
   is the   
Inuit God of Weather Systems
Just the wintry cold ones
Nergal
   is the   
Mesopotamian Underworld God in Bull Form
Nerrivik
   is the   
Inuit Goddess Provider of Food
Patron Saint of fisherman and hunters
Nootaikok
   is the   
Inuit God of Icebergs and Glaciers
Nujalik
   is the   
Inuit Goddess of Hunting on Land
Ogoun
   is the   
Caribbean God of Fire, War, Iron and Politics
Orichas
   is the   
Caribbean Spirit Guide Gods of Both Male and Female
Oynyena Maria
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Vegetation and Fertility
Pachamama
   is the   
Incan Goddess of Fertility
Earth Mother
Pana
   is the   
Inuit God of the Underworld
Cared for souls before they were reincarnated
Papa
   is the   
Maori Creator Goddess and Earth Mother
Also known as Papatuanuku.
Pele
   is the   
Hawaiian Goddess of Volcanic Fire
Perkunas
   is the   
Slavic Top Thunder God
He wields an axe and it always returns when he throws it at demons.
Pinga
   is the   
Inuit Goddess of Fertility and Medicine
Also charged with bringing the dead to Adlivun, the underworld
Piorun
   is the   
Slavic God of Dark and Cursed
Also known as the Black God
Porvata
   is the   
Slavic God of Thunder and Lightning
Pukkeenegak
   is the   
Inuit Goddess of Children and Pregnancy
Also the goddess of the making of clothes
Rangi
   is the   
Maori Creator God and Sky Father
Also known as Rangiroa, Ranginui and various other names starting with Rangi.
Rehua
   is the   
Maori Star God
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Rod
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Harvest and Witchcraft
Rongo
   is the   
Maori God of Cultivated Plants, Kumara and Peace
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku. Also god of agriculture. Also known as Rongomatāne and Rongomaraero.
Ruaumoko
   is the   
Maori God of Volcanoes and Earthquakes
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku. Also known as Ruamoko.
Sedna
   is the   
Inuit Goddess of Sea Hunting
Whaling, fishing, etc.
Selu
   is the   
Cherokee Corn Goddess
Corn Woman
Siliniez
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of War, Fertility and Abundance
Stribog
   is the   
Slavic God of Spirit of Fire
Sudz
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of the Grain
Swaróg
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Beauty
Associated with the morning
Swietowit
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Love and Marriage
Also the goddess of sexuality and fertility
Tammuz
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of Vegetation and Agriculture
Tangaroa
   is the   
Maori God of the Sea
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Tapio
   is the   
Finnish Forest God
Doesn't get around much - he's a tree
Tawals
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Shearing and Weaving
Tekkeitsertok
   is the   
Inuit God of Hunting and Caribou
Teutates
   is the   
Celtic Protector God
Thunderbirds
   is the   
Native American Gods of Thunder
Widespread among North American tribes
Tiamat
   is the   
Mesopotamian Dragon Goddess of Creative Chaos
She lived in the salt water below the mists of time.
Tūmatauenga
   is the   
Maori God of War
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Tāne
   is the   
Maori God of the Forest and Forest Creatures
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku. Also known as Tānemahuta.
Tonenili
   is the   
Navajo God of Rain
Water sprinkler and trickster
Tootega
   is the   
Inuit Wise Old Goddess
Has the ability to walk on water.
Triglav
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of the Midnight Star
Each night, the sun dies in her arms and is then restored to life
Trishna
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Fire
Tsohanoai
   is the   
Navajo Sun God
Aka Johoonnaaei
Turtle
   is the   
Iroquois Creator God
Tāwhirimātea
   is the   
Maori God of Winds and Weather
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Uenuku
   is the   
Maori Rainbow God
Ukko
   is the   
Finnish Sky God of Storms and Lightning
Vainamoinen
   is the   
Finnish God of the Kalevala
Spent 730 years in the womb waiting to be born.
Veles
   is the   
Baltic God of Sheep and God of the Underworld
What a combination!
Velnias
   is the   
Lithuanian God of Evil
His job is to be Mr. Nasty
Viracocha
   is the   
Incan Supreme God of Creation
Lives on Lake Titicaca
Wakan Tanka
   is the   
Lakota Creator God
Weles
   is the   
Slavic God of Sky, Earth and the Underworld
Has three heads with bands of gold blindfolds over his eyes
Yarilo
   is the   
Slavic God of Earth and Waters
Also associated with dragons, cattle, magic and musicians
Yarilo
   is the   
Slavic God of Passion, Sex and Lust
He arrives on a white horse. Never mind the shining armour - it only gets in the way.
Zaria
   is the   
Slavic God of the Universe
He is also the protector of blood-ties and clan relations
Zlota Baba
   is the   
Slavic God of Wood and Moss
Zorya Polunochnaya
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of the Deceased
Zorya Ultrennyaya
   is the   
Slavic God of Light and Sun
Also known as the White God
Zorya Vechemyaya
   is the   
Slavic God of Meadows and Fields
Zywie
   is the   
Slavic Goddess of Gold


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