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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Pussa Chinese Chinese have the trible goddess Pussa.
Pusti India Goddess of fertility, growth and affirmation. India
Pusya Hindu Goddess of fortune. After performing Sraddha one should pass the night, with effort, in celibacy. When the full-moon night of the Pausa be associated with Pusya, then a person, smeared with the powder of white mustards, should anoint his body with purified butter. Hindu
Puta Roman A goddess responsible for the proper pruning of trees & shrubs respond
Puttam Hindu A malicious imp or ghost who haunts the places where bodies are burned. Hindu
Pwyll Welsh In the tale of Pwyll, the earliest reference to Annwn, the Welsh mythological otherworld, occurs. It is ruled by Arawn, at war with Hafgan. Arawn obtains the help of Pwyll by exchanging kingdoms with him for a year, and Pwyll defeats Hafgan. Welsh
Pwyll/ Pwyll Pen Annwn Wales Sometimes the ruler of the underworld
Pyracmon Greek One of the Cyclops. Greek
Pyramus Greek The lover of Thisbe. Supposing Thisbe to be torn to pieces by a lion, he stabbed himself, and Thisbe, finding the dead body, stabbed herself also. Both fell dead under a mulberry-tree, which has ever since borne blood red fruit. Greek
Pyrrha Greek A daughter of Epimetheus and Pandora, and wife of Deucalion who together with her husband escaped the Great Deluge.
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Pythagoras Greek His triad was the Monad or Unity, Nous or Wisdom, and Psyche
Pythia Greek An ancient Greek priestess at the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi. Greek
Python Greek The famous dragon who guarded the oracle of Delphi, is described as a son of Gaea. He lived in the caves of mount Parnassus, but was killed by Apollo, who then took possession of the oracle. Greek
Pдivдtдr Finland The goddess of day.
P’an-ku China Born from the primordial cosmic egg, and the mass divided into the heavens and the earth. From his eyes the sun and moon appeared, from his sweat, rain and dew, from his voice, thunder, and from his body all the natural features of the earth arose. Southern China
Qa Gigo Goddess of the Omnibombly bird. Gigo
Qa'wadliliquala Dza'wadeenox BC Canada Not only the Supreme God, but the guardian of the tribe as well as a river deity that insurers the salmon run
Qadshu Syria Goddess of fertility and sexuality. Syria
Qaholom Mayan A sky god and one of the seven deities of creation and humans. Mayan
Qaitakalnin Koryak Guardian spirit of the North. Koryak
Qamai'ts/ Sisnaaxil/ Ek Yakimtolsil Bella Coola/ BC Canada The creator goddess that lives in the upper heavens & controls the earth, she is never prayed to
Qamaits British A warrior goddess of the indigenous Nuxalk people. British Columbia, Canada.
Qamata Africa Creator god of the Xhosa people. South Africa
Qasavara Islands The gatherer of the spirits of the damned, who he then feeds to monsters. Banks islands, Vanuatu
Qasynan S Arabia the god of the of smithies
Qat Islands The Great Spirit who made everything. Banks islands, Vanuatu
Qawaneca Oregon The deity who created the earth. The Athapascan, Oregon
Qawm Arabic The Nabataean god of war and the night, and guardian of caravans.
Qebehsenuf Egyptian God whose canopic jar was used for the intestines. One of the four sons of Horus. Egyptian
Qebui Egypt Four headed, winged, ram headed god of the north wind Egypt
Qedem Hebrew The personification of the east wind. Hebrew
Qenqentet Egypt Goddess of memory Egypt
Qeskina'qu Siberia Qeskina'qu "Big Light" the son of the creator being Tenanto’mwan. Koryak, Siberia
Qetesh Egypt Goddess of love and beauty. Egypt
Qetesh Semitic A goddess of sex rather than fertility, who is thought to have originally been a Semitic god, from Chaldean mythology
Qetesh Syria A goddess of nature, whose cult was orgiastic
Qi or Chi China The energy of the universe which flows through everything. China
Qi-Gu China Goddess of the toilet. China
Qi-Yu China God of war and rainfall. China
Qin-Guang-Wang Chinese The ruler of the first court of Feng-Du the Chinese hell.
Qin-Shubao China Qin-Shubao a general from the Tang Dynasty who became associated with the ancient threshold guardians. China
Qoluncotun Nativ American Creator deity of the Sinkaietk who, angered by the ingratitude of their ancestors, hurled a star at the Earth, which burst into flames. Southern Okanagon
Qos Edomite Warrior and fertility god. Edomite
Quaayayp Greek The son of the creator of the world, Niparaya, and the virgin Anayicoyondi. North America
Quabso Tanzania "wind-rider", a goddess of the weather, health, fertility and rain. Tanzania
Quades Semitic Goddess of fertility Western Semitic
Quan Yin Asian The bodhisattva of compassion as venerated by East Asian Buddhists.
Quan Yin China Goddess of Compassion. China
Quaoar Nativ American Sings and dances the world and other deities into existence. Tongva, Native American
Quat Banks Is/ Melanesia A creator god that knows how to enjoy life
Quaxolotl Aztec Goddess of twins and duality. Aztec
Qudsi Bahai The personification of the 'Most Great Spirit'. Bahai
Qudsu W Sumeria the personification of holiness
Queen Maeve Ireland A protagonist in the story of the Cattle Raid of Cooley. Ireland
Queen Maeve/ Medb/ Medhbh/ Madb Irish She was once a powerful goddess
Queen of Elphame Celtic Goddess of death and disease often equated with Hecate. Celtic
Queen of Heaven Egyptian With the ancient Phoenicians was Astarte; Greeks, Hera; Romans, Juno; Trivia, Hecate, Diana, the Egyptian Isis, etc., were all so called; but with the Roman Catholics it is the Virgin Mary.
Quetzalcoatl Aztec A great teacher, according to the traditions of the Toltecs, who came to them from Tullan or Yucatan and dwelt for twenty years among the people, teaching them to follow a virtuous life, to cease all wars and violent deeds of any kind, to abolish human and animal sacrifices and instead to give offerings of bread and flowers. Aztec
Quetzalcoatl Toltec God of the air and presided over commerce, fertility, wind and of wisdom. Toltec
Quetzalcoatl/ Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli Aztec A manifestation of sun the god, he is a savior of his people as well & there is not enough room here to tell his story
Quiabelagayu Maya God of boozy afternoons and lazy sunday bonking sessions. Maya
Quiahuitl Aztec The creator god/ sun deity of the third of the five world ages
Quikinna’qu British The first man. He was the only survivor of an island that had been transformed into a whale by the Thunderbird. Chuckchee, British Columbia
Quilla Inca Moon goddess married to Inti, the sun god. Inca
Quinanes Central America A race of giants whose traditions were prevalent at the time of the conquest of Central America.
Quinkini Siberia Founder of the world. Koryak, Siberia
Quinkini A'qu Koryak/ Siberia The founder of the world
Quinoa-Mama Peru Minor goddess in charge of rabbits. Peru
Quinuama Inca Goddess of grain. Inca
Quirinus Roman An early god of the Roman state.
Quirinus Roman A god of war & the tutelary god of the Sabines
Quootis Hooi Chinook Creator goddess who hatched mankind from thunderbird eggs. Chinook
Quzah Arabic God of storms, thunder, hailstorms, mountain and the weather. Arabic
Q’a’mtalat Canada The Kwakiutl flood hero, who died in the Great Flood while successfully trying to save his children by removing them to the summit of a high mountain. They became the ancestors of a post-deluge humanity. Canada
Q’o’mogwa Kwakiutl "Copper-maker," leading culture hero of the Kwakiutl, native inhabitants of the Canadian Pacific coast.
Ra Egypt A god of rebirth & war & the sun
Ra Egypt God of the mid-day Sun, sky, earth, and the underworld. Egypt
Ra Nigeria Goddess of wealth and fertility. Nigeria
RaHathor (Het-Hert, Het-Heru, Hwt-Hert, Hethara Egipt meaning "House of Horus [the Elder]", was a goddess of many things, from the celestial to the alcoholic! She was a celestial goddess, The Mistress of Heaven. A goddess of love, music and beauty as the Goddess of Love, Cheerfulness, Music and Dance. Hathor was known as the Mother of Mothers and the Celestial Nurse who presided over women, fertility, children and childbirth. Yet Hathor was also a goddess of baser things - she was the Vengeful Eye of Ra, the Lady of Drunkenness, and a goddess of the dead as Lady of the West.
Rabies Greek The personification of mad rage, the Roman equivalent of the Greek Lyssa. Greek
Rachaders Indian The second tribe of giants or evil genii, who had frequently made the earth subject to their kings, but were ultimately punished by Shiva and Vishnu. Indian
Rachmay Canaan The Maiden Merciful and a goddess of health and nursing. Canaan
Radegaste Slavonic A tutelary god of the Slavi. The head was that of a cow, the breast was covered with an aegis, the left hand held a spear, and a cock surmounted its helmet. Slavonic
Radha Hindu A celebrated cowherdess beloved by Krishna, mystically interpreted as the human ego seeking Krishna, the spiritual ego. Hindu
Radueriel Gigo The heavenly bookkeeping angel, the angel of poetry and master of muses. Gigo
Rael Nazorean The angel in charge of Venus and Wednesdays. Lives in the third heaven, three doors down from the chip shop. Early Nazorean
Rafu Sen Japan Goddess of spring and plum blossoms. Japan
Raga Sanskrit The personification of desire, passion, love and affection. Sanskrit
Ragnarok Norse Sentence, judgment, from rekja, is the whole development from creation to dissolution, and would, in this word, denote the dissolution, doomsday, of the gods; or it may be from rokr, reykkr, smoke, twilight, and then the word means the twilight of the gods. The last day; the dissolution of the gods and the world. Norse
Ragno Hopi Creation and earth goddess who planted the acorn of life. Hopi
Rahko Finland The Karelian god of time; Rahko tars the moon describes the phases of the moon.
Rahu Blavatsky The seizer supposed to seize the sun and moon and thus cause eclipses. "A giant, a Demi-god, the lower part of whose body ended in a Dragon or Serpent's tail. During the churning of the Ocean, when the gods produced amrita -- the water of Immortality -- he stole some of it, and drinking, became immortal. The Sun and Moon, who had detected him in his theft, denounced him to Vishnu, who placed him in the stellar spheres, the upper portion of his body representing the Dragon's head and the lower the Dragon's tail; the two being the ascending and descending nodes. Since then, Rahu wreaks his vengeance on the Sun and Moon by occasionally swallowing them. The Secret Doctrine, by H. P. Blavatsky
Raibhyas Sanskrit A class of gods of the fifth manvantara, the first half of the third round. Sanskrit
Raicho Japan The pine dwelling Thunder-Bird who sings a terrifying song. Japan
Raiden Japan Raijin. God of thunder typically depicted as a demon beating drums to create thunder. Japan
Raiden Atzhie Europe The supreme god and ruler over all the gods, men, and things in the world. The first person in a trinity of Raiden-Attje, Raiden-Akka, Raiden-Kiedde. The Lapps, Northern Europe
Raiden-Kiedde Europe The creator of all things. Son of Raiden Atzhie. He provides the soul or human spirit to Maddar-akko to care for until the body is formed when she turns it over to Sar-Akka to deliver to the mother. The Lapps, Northern Europe
Raijin Japan/ Shinto The weather gods, inclusive
Rain Nazorean The angels in chage of moisture and rain can be appealed to by repeating their names over and over in a chant: "Mathariel, Ridia, Matriel." Early Nazorean
Rainha Barba Brazil Goddess of thunder and lightning. Brazil
Raja Angin Malaysian The Wind-God. Malaysian
Raja Guru Batak Who, with his hounds Sordaudau and Auto Portburu, catches souls for the other gods. Batak
Raja Indainda Batak God of thunder, who is the spy and messenger of the other gods. Batak
Raja Jinn Peri Malay The King of the Fairies. Malay
Raja Matangi Hindu A female spirit who watches carefully over men's actions. Hindu
Rajamatangi Hindu She is a goddess
Rajasas Hindu Shining ones, the fire-pitris who endowed mankind with the fire of mind and of intellect. Hindu
Raka Hindu Minor goddess of prosperity. Hindu
Raka Hindu/ Vedic A minor goddess of prosperity
Raka Polynesia God of the winds. Polynesia
Raki Maori Sky god of the Maori
Rakshasas Scandinavian "when Brahma created the demons, Yakshas and the Rakshasas, both of which kinds of demons, as soon as born, wished to devour their creator, those among them that called out 'Not so! oh, let him be saved were named Rakshasas". The Bhagavata Purana
Rama India The seventh incarnation of Vishnu and the eldest son of King Dasaratha of the solar race. India
Rampel Nazorean An angel who looks after mountains. If you're caught in a lindslide, blame her. Early Nazorean
Ran Norse The goddess of the sea; wife of ?ger. Norse
Rana s The moon, in Tolkien's Middle-earth.
Rana Neida Nordic Goddess of beauty and fertility. Nordic
Randeng China Goddess sent by Heaven to bring dread calamity down on to King Zhou because of his blasphemies and evil ways, China
Rangda Bali The demon queen of the leyaks. Terrifying to behold, the child-eating Rangda leads an army of evil witches against the leader of the forces of good. Bali
Rangi Maori/ New Zealand A god of the sky
Rangi and Papa Maori Rangi and Papa are the primordial parents, the sky father and the earth mother, who lie locked together in a tight embrace. Maori
Ranno Egypt God of gardens. Egypt
Ranu Bai Ebonite Goddess of fertility. Ebonite
Ranu Bai India Goddess of rivers. India
Raph Enochian A minor angel Enochian
Raphael Christian/Gnostic The archangel of healing, joy, healing, love, miracles and grace. He inspires humans and is also protective of travelers, guarding and guiding those who take outward or inward journeys. Raphael also grants courage and encourages scientific breakthroughs and knowledge in general. Bedtime story for losers
Rapithwin Iran The goddess of the warmth of the earth. She dominates the evil frost and encourages regrowth. Iran
Rat Egyptain Mother of Maat and a goddess of wisdom and knowledge. Egyptain
Ratatosk Norse A squirrel that runs up and down the branches of Ygdrasil. Norse
Rate Norse An auger used by Odin in obtaining the poetic mead. Norse
Rati Balinese Goddess of fertility, love, passion and of sex. Balinese
Rati mbati ndua Fiji The god of the underworld who devours the dead
Rati-mbati-ndua Fiji The winged god of the underworld who devours the dead. Fiji
Ratis British Goddess of luck and good fortune. British
Ratis Celtic Goddess of the Fortress and strong walls. Celtic
Ratri Hindu/Vedic The personification of Night, the darkness and stillness of the night; one of the four bodies of Brahma. Hindu/Vedic
Ratu Mai Mbula Fiji God of fertility. Fiji
Raum Christian/Gnostic A Great Earl of Hell, ruling thirty legions of demons.
Raumas or Raumyas India Hairy; a race sweated from the pores of Virabhadra, one of the avataras of Siva. They had a thousand heads and a thousand arms. India
Rauni Finnish A goddess of air, clouds, thunder, life-giving rain and plant life. Finnish
Ravana s The giant king-demon of Sri Lanka. One of the remaining ruling black magicians of the last days of the Atlantis period, he carried away Sita, Rama's wife, which led to the great war in the Ramayana.
Rbnh Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Rbznh Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Rcanb Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Rcnb Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Rda Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Re'are'a Tahiti Goddess of happiness, joy Tahiti
Re-Horakhte Egypt Or Re-Harakhte ("Re-Horus at the horizon") was a combination of the sun god Re from Lower Egypt and Horakhty who was an aspect of the falcon god Horus from Upper Egypt.
Recaranus aka Garanus Roman , a fabulous Italian shepherd of gigantic bodily strength and courage. The fact of his being a gigantic shepherd who recovered stolen oxen from him, led the Romans to consider him as identical with the Greek Heracles. Roman
Red Dragon Henry A public-house sign in compliment to Henry VII., who adopted this device for his standard at Bosworth Field.
Redeemer Jewish Often applied by Christians to Jesus Christ as the Son of God who sacrificed himself as a propitiation of the sin his Father invented. Prometheus, Dionysus and others can also be called redeemers. The serpent Agathodaimon is another name for the cosmic redeemer; Lucifer the Light-bringer and illuminator, could be classed as our inner redeemer, as was the mystic serpent who withstood the Jewish God in Eden.
Rederator Roman The god of the second ploughing. Roman
Rediculus Roman A Roman divinity who was believed to have received his name from having induced Hannibal, when he was near the gates of the city, to return southward. This divinity was probably one of the Lares of the city of Rome.
Redux Greek I. e., "the divinity who leads the traveller back to his home in safety," occurs as a surname of Fortuna, the Greek goddess of good luck. Greek
Reg Discworld The God of Club Musicians. Discworld
Regin Norse Son of Hreidmar; brother of Fafner and Otter. Norse
Regina Roman "The Queen," a title of the goddess Juno, a Roman goddess of marriage and the long-suffering wife of Jupiter.
Rehel Nazorean An angel who battles against the enemies of religion. Early Nazorean
Reimkennar Norse A sorceress, a pythoness; one skilled in numbers. Sorcery and Chaldean numbers are synonymous terms. The Anglo-Saxon rimstafas means charms or conjuration, and the Norse reim-kennar means one skilled in numbers or charms. Norna of the Fitful Head was a Reimkennar, "a controller of the elements."
Reliquiae Sanskrit The astral shells or spooks of human beings and animals which are left in the lower strata after death. Similar to bhuta. Sanskrit
Remiel Nazorean The angelic awakener whose task is to bring you to Higher Power and is not very good at his job. Early Nazorean
Renenutet Egypt A goddess of fortune, grain, milk, harvest, nursing babies Renenutet
Renpet Egypt The 'Mistress of Eternity' and a goddess of fertility, spring and youth. Egypt
Rephaim Hebrew The sons of Raphah, a Canaanite race of giants. Hebrew
Requiel Christians Angels of the Mansions of the Moon.
Reret Egypt Goddess of pigs. Egypt
Resep[A]Mukal Canaan/ Phonecia A war & plague god that originated in Syria
Resepa Mukal Syria War and plague god who originated in Syria
Reseph Mikal Egypt God of thunder, lightning, battlegrounds and warfare. Egypt
Resheph Canaan God of plague. Canaan
Resheph/ Mikal/ Mekal Phoenicia The god of plague & of the underworld
Reshephi Phoenicia God of plague and the underworld. Phoenicia
Resphu Syria A god of war, worshipped in the Nile Delta
Revanta Hindu The son of sun god Surya and a god of hunters. Hindu
Revati Hindu Minor goddess of fortune Hindu
Rgan Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Rgoan Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Rhacius Greek Rhacius was the son of Lebes, and the leader of the first Greeks to settle in Caria, and became King of Caria. His court was located at Colophon in Ionia. With his wife Manto, daughter of the seer Teiresias, he was the father of Mopsus, a renowned seer.
Rhadamanthos Greek/ Roman A marriage of chthonic underworld god
Rhadamanthys Greek A son of Zeus and Europa, and brother of king Minos of Crete, or, according to others, a son of Hephaestus. From fear of his brother he fled to Ocaleia in Boeotia, and there married Alcmene. In consequence of his justice throughout life, he became, after his death, one of the judges in the lower world, and took up his abode in Elysium. Greek
Rhamnusia Greek A surname of Nemesis, who had a celebrated temple at Rhamnus in Attica. Greek
Rhanis s One of Diana’s nymphs.
Rharias Greek A surname of Demeter, which she derived from the Rharian plain in the neighbourhood of Eleusis, the principal seat of her worship. Greek
Rharus Greek The father of Triptolemus at Eleusis. Greek
Rhaumel Nazorean A Friday angel of the fifth heaven. Early Nazorean
Rhea Greek Pefa, Pea, Pefy, or Pe. The name as well as the nature of this divinity is one of the most difficult points in ancient mythology. Some consider 'Pea' to be merely another form of pa, the earth, while others connect it with pew, I flow; but thus much seems undeniable, that Rhea, like Demeter, was a goddess of the earth. According to the Hesiodic Theogony, Rhea was a daughter of Uranus and Ge, and accordingly a sister of Oceanus, Coeus, Hyperion, Crius, lapetus, Theia, Themis, and Mnemosyne. Greek
Rhea Silvia Roman A Vestal, the mother of Romulus and Remus.
Rhea/ Rheie Greek A primordial goddess of childbirth, earth, fertility, mountains
Rhecas Greek With his brother Amphistratus were the charioteers of the Dioscuri. Greek
Rheda German A valkirie and goddess of the winter. German
Rhene Greek 1. A nymph of the island of Samothrace, the mother of Saon by Hermes. Greek
Rhesus Greek A river-god in Bithynia, one of the sons of Oceanus and Thetys. Greek
Rhexenor Greek Two mythical personages, one the father of Chalciope, and the second a son of Nausithous the king of the Phaeacians, and accordingly a brother of Alcinous. (Apollodorus iii) Greek
Rhiannon Ireland Chthonic goddess of birds and horses. Ireland
Rhianon Welsh Nymph wife of Pwyll Pen Annwn. Welsh
Rhoda Greek wife of Hippolytos.
Rhode Greek The oldest of the Oceanides and a daughter of Tethys and Oceanus. Later, she was thought of as a daughter of Poseidon and Halia, or Poseidon and Amphitrite. Greek
Rhodeia Greek A daughter of Oceanus and Thetys and one of the playmates of Persephone. Greek
Rhodia Greek wife of Chalcedon.
Rhodope Greek The nymph of a Thracian well, was the wife of Haemus and mother of Hebrus, and is mentioned among the playmates of Persephone. Greek