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God Name and Meaning

List of Gods : "Spain"
NameOriginDescription
God Name: Balisarda or Balisardo Spain Rogero's sword, made by a sorceress, and capable of cutting through enchanted substances.
God Name: Caraculiambo Spain The giant that Don Quixote intended should kneel at the feet of Dulcinea. (Cervantes: Don Quixote.)
God Name: Chokmah Spain Goddess of order and wisdom Spain
God Name: Fierabras Babylon Son of Balan, King of Spain. The greatest giant that ever walked the earth. For height of stature, breadth of shoulder, and hardness of muscle he never had an equal. He possessed all Babylon, even to the Red Sea; was seigneur of Russia, Lord of Cologne, master of Jerusalem, and even of the Holy Sepulchre.
God Name: Llorna Spain this female spirit Lehrer's people to their, normally, drowning in bogs, swamps, etc.
God Name: Malambruno Spain The giant, first cousin of Queen Maguncia, of Canday'a, who enchanted Antonomasia and her husband, and shut them up in the tomb of the deceased queen. The infanta he transformed into a monkey of brass, and the knight into a crocodile. Don Quixote achieved their disenchantment by mounting the wooden horse called Clavileno.
God Name: Matronit Spain Goddess of chastity, promiscuity, and motherhood. Spain
God Name: Pachamama Inca A dragoness fertility goddess who presided over planting and harvesting. She caused earthquakes. After conquest by Catholic Spain her image was replaced by the Virgin Mary. Inca
God Name: Papimany Rabelais The country of the Papimans; the country subject to the Pope, or any priest-ridden country, as Spain. Rabelais
God Name: Pillars of Hercules Spain The opposite rocks at the entrance of the Mediterranean Sea, one in Spain and the other on the African continent. The tale is that they were bound together till Hercules tore them asunder in order to get to Gades (Cadiz). The ancients called them Calpe and Abyla; we call them Gibraltar Rock and Mount Hacho, on which stands the fortress of Ceuta.