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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
I conjure you Egypt O sword, by the three Holy Names, ALBROT, ABRACADABRA, JEOVA! Be thou my fortress and defence against all enemies, visible and invisible, in every magical work. By the Holy Name SADAY, which is great in power, and by these other names, CADOS, CADOS, CADOS, ADONAY, ELOY, ZENA, OTH, OCHIMANUEL, the First and the Last, Wisdom, Way, Life, Virtue, Chief, Mouth, Speech, Splendour, Light, Sun, Fountain, Glory, Mountain, Vine, Gate, Stone, Staff, Priest, Immortal, MESSIAH, Sword, do thou rule in all my affairs and prevail in those things which oppose me. Amen. Ceremonial Magic Zendou Ki. A protecter spirit who, along with Myodou Ki, protects En no Gyoja. Japan Zeoteus. A son of Tricolonus, and founder of the town of Zoetia in Arcadia. Zephon [scarcher of secrets ]. The cherub despatched by Gabriel to find Satan, after his flight from hell. Ithuriel goes with him. Milton: Paradise Lost, iv. Zephyritis. A surname of Aphrodite, derived from the promontory of Zephyrium in Egypt. Zephyrus, the personification of the west wind, is described by Hesiod as a son of Astraeus and Eos. Greek Zervan, Zurvan, Zrvan. The god of time in Persian literature. Identified in the Greek texts with Chronos and, in the Roman world, with Saturn. Zerynthia. A surname of Aphrodite, from the town of Zerinthus in Thrace, where she had a sanctuary said to have been built by Phaedra. Zetes, a son of Boreas and Oreithyia, and a brother of Calais. Zetes and Calais, called the Boreadae, are mentioned among the Argonauts ( Apollodorus i.), and are generally described as winged beings though some say that they had wings at their heads and feet and others that they had them only at their feet or at their shoulders. Greek Zethus, a son of Zeus and Antiope, at Thebes, and a brother of Amphion. According to some he was married to Aedon, and according to others to Thebe. Greek Zeus, the greatest of the Olympian gods, and the father of gods and men, was a son of Cronus and Rhea, a brother of Poseidon, Hades (Pluto), Hestia, Demeter, Hera, and at the same time married to his sister Hera. Greek Zeuxippe, a sister of Pasithea or Praxithea, was a Naiad and married to Pandion, by whom she became the mother of Procne, Philomela, Erechtheus and Butes. Greek Zha-Zha. Angels which come against those who send the evil eye against the Baptized. Early Nazorean Zhir u Zahrun, means "the Illuminated and the Illuminating." Early Nazorean
I'lena Koryak/ Siberia An animistic spirit
Iabet Egypt The goddess of the Eastern Desert, of fertility and rebirth. She was a personification of the land of the east. Egypt
Iacchus Greek The solemn name of the mystic Bacchus at Athens and Eleusis. The Phrygian Bacchus was looked upon in the Eleusinian mysteries as a child, and as such he is described as the son of Demeter and Zeus, and as the brother of Cora, that is, the male Cora or Corus.
Iadalbaoth Gnostic Child from the egg of Chaos; the spirit of matter, the chief of the lower elohim and father of the six dark stellar spirits. Gnostic
Iae Brazil God of the moon. Iae and his brother, Kuat, stole the light from the vulture god Urubutsin. Kuat became the Sun god and Iae god of the Moon. Brazil
Iakchos Greek An epithet of Dionysus in the Eleusinian mysteries, derived from the element iacho, meaning "to shout." Greek
Ialanus Celtic The male deification of riverside clearings. Celtic
Ialemus Greek A personification of the dirge, or a song of a very serious and mournful character, only to be sung on the most melancholy occasions. Greek
Ialmenues Greek A son of Ares and Astyoche, and brother of Ascalaphus. One the Argonauts and a suitor of Helena. Greek
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Ialonus Celtic The personification of the land and fertility god. Celtic
Iambe Greek Daughter of Pan and Echo, and a slave of Metaneira, the wife of Hippothoon. Others call her a slave of Celeus. The extravagant hilarity displayed at the festivals of Demeter in Attica was traced to her for it is said that when Demeter, in her wanderings in search of her daughter, arrived in Attica, Iambe cheered the mournful goddess by her jokes. Greek
Iamus Greek A son of Apollo and Evadne, was initiated in the art of prophecy by his father, and was regarded as the ancestor of the famous family of seers, the Lamidae at Olympia. Greek
Ianagi & Izanami Japan The god & goddess that created Japan
Iao Gnostic 'serpent-faced' Archon. Gnostic
Iapetos Greek The father of Atlas and ancestor of the human race, called genus Iapeti, the progeny of Iapetus. By many considered the same as Japheth, one of the sons of Noah. Greek
Iapis or Iapyx Greek Was a son of Iasus, and a favourite of Apollo, who wanted to confer upon him the gift of prophecy and the lyre, but Iapis, wishing to prolong the life of his father, preferred the more tranquil art of healing to all the others. He also cured Aeneas of the wound he had received in the war against La- tinus. Greek
Iarila Russia Goddess of Spring and fertility. She leads the dance at the Summer Solstice. Russia
Iasion Greek Also called Iasius, was, according to some, a son of Zeus and Electra, tLe daughter of Atlas, and a brother of Dardanus (Theogony of Hesiod 970 ) but others called him a son of Corythus and Electra, of Zeus and the nymph Hemera, or of Ilithyius, or of Minos and the nymph Pyronia.Greek
Iaso Greek A daughter of Asclepius or Amphiaraus, and sister of Hygieia, was worshipped as the goddess of recovery. Greek
Iasus 1 Greek A son of Phoroneus, and brother of Pelasgus and Agenor, or Arestor.
Iasus 2 Greek A son of Argus and Evadne, a daughter of Strymon, or a son of Peitho, the father of Agenor, and father of Argus Panoptes.
Iasus 3 Greek A son of Argus Panoptes and Ismene, the daughter of Asopus, and the father of Io.
Iasus 4 Greek A son of Io.
Iasus 5 Greek A son of Triopas, grandson of Phorbas, and brother of Agenor.
Iasus 6 Greek An Arcadian, a son of Lycurgus and Cleophile or Eurynome, a brother of Ancaeus and Amphidamas, and the husband of Clymene, the daughter of Minyas, by whom he became the father of Atalante.
Iasus 7 Greek A son of Eleuther, and father of Chaeresileus.
Iasus 9 Greek A son of Sphelus, the commander of the Athenians in the Trojan war, was slain by Aeneias.
Iatiku & Nautsiti Acoma NA The sisters who created man
Iatiku and Nautsiti Acoma Sisters who, when giving life to the snakes and fishes, accidentally created the Evil Spirit. Acoma. Native American
Ibath Irish One of the two sons of Magog, one of the ancestors of the Irish
Ibis or Nile-bird Egypt The Egyptians call the sacred Ibis Father John. It is the avatar' of the god Thoth, who in the guise of an Ibis escaped the pursuit of Typhon. The Egyptians say its white plumage symbolises the light of the sun, and its black neck the shadow of the moon, its body a heart, and its legs a triangle. It was said to drink only the purest of water, and its feathers to scare or even kill the crocodile. Egypt
Iblis Islamic The Islamic version of the Jewish/ Christian Devil
Ibmel Finland A sky god and a general name for various gods. Finland
Ibofanga Creek Aka Hisagita-Imisi, Hisagitaimisi. The Master of Breath, created the world and all other things. The Creek, Georgia
Icarius Greek Also called Icarus and Icarion. An Athenian, who lived in the reign of Pandion, and hospitably received Dionysus on his arrival in Attica. The god showed him his gratitude by teaching him the cultivation of the vine, and giving him bags filled with wine. Icarius now rode about in a chariot, and distributed the precious gifts of the god; but some shepherds whom their friends intoxicated with wine, and who thought that they were poisoned by Icarius, slew him, and threw his body into the well Anygrus, or buried it under a tree. Greek
Icauna Celtic The patronness of the Yonne River Yonne. France. Celtic
Icci Siberia The spirit of Mother Earth. Siberia
Iccovellauna Celtic Goddess of water. Celtic
Iccovellauna Ouranian God of Ale Brewing. Ouranian
Ice Giants Discworld Similar to the Jotuns of Norse mythology, the Ice Giants are apparently necessary for the Apocralypse. When this came close to occurring during the events of Sourcery, the Ice Giants, described as huge beings made of ice with tiny, coal-like eyes and riding tame glaciers, hurtled down towards the civilised world. They spoke with a pronounced Nordic accent. Discworld
Ichpuchtli Aztec The ruler of love, marriage, flowers, art, music, women, magic, spinning, fertility, sex, weaving, and changes. Ichpuchtli is also the Goddess of Sacred Prostitutes, and professions which imitate nature. Aztec
Ichthyocentaurus Greek A fish-centaur, or a particular kind of Triton. Ichthyocentauri were fabulous beings, the upper part of whose body was conceived to have a human form, and the lower that of a fish, while the place of the hands was occupied by a horse's feet. Greek
Ictinike Sioux The 'father of lies' who was expelled from heaven for deceit and trickery. Sioux
Id?'an Mother Asia Minor Cybele, who had a temple on Mount Ida, in Asia Minor.
Ida Hindu Of the earth, abundant food, and nourishment. She is also the granter of any blessings evoked through her. Hindu
Ida Ten Japan Young god who protects monasteries and is rather quick Japan
Ida-Ten Japan Buddhist god of law and monasteries. Japan
Idaeus Greek A son of Dardanus and Chryse, and brother of Deimas, went with his father from Peloponnesus, by way of Samothrace, to Phrygia, and settled on the mountains of Phrygia, which derived from him the name of Ida, or the Idaean mountains.Greek
Idas Greek A son of Aphareus and Arene, the daughter of Oebalus, whence he and his brother Lyriceus are called Apharetides, or Aphareidae.Greek
Idavold Norse A plain where the gods first assemble, where they establish their heavenly abodes, and where they assemble again after Ragnarok. The plains of Ida. Norse
Idem Huva Finnish Ugric Goddess of autumn Ugric
Idem Huva Finno Ugric A goddess of autumn
Idliragijenget Inuit Goddess of the sea. Inuit
Idlirvirisong Inuit Demonic cousin of the sun Inuit
Idothea Greek A goddess of the sea
Idothea aka Eidothea Greek The nymph, a daughter of the aged Proteus, who instructed Menelaus, in the island of Pharos at the mouth of the river Aegyptus, in what manner he might secure her father and compel him to say in what way he should return home. Greek
Idun or Idunn Norse Daughter of the dwarf Svald, and wife of Bragi. She kept in a box the golden apples which the gods tasted as often as they wished to renew their youth. Loki on one occasion stole the box and hid it in a wood; but the gods compelled him to restore it. Norse
Idunn Nordic The keeper of the apples of immortality
Iegad Pelew Is this is the god that is guilty of bringing light to earth
Iemaparu Pueblo/ Kachina? Corn mother
Ifa Yoruba God of wisdom, knowledge and divining Yoruba
Ifing Norse A river which divides the giants from the gods. Norse
Ifreet or Afreet or Afrit Arabian A powerful evil jin or spirit of Arabian mythology.
Ifru Roman/ N Africa A god known from an inscription at Crita
Ifru Roman Africa God known from an inscription at Crita Africa
Ifurin Celtic The Hades of the ancient Gauls. A dark region infested by serpents and savage beasts. Here the wicked are chained in loathsome caverns, plunged into the lairs of dragons, or subjected to a ceaseless distillation of poison. Celtic
Igaehinvdo Cherokee Goddess of the sun Cherokee
Igalilik Inuit Hunting spirit who travels through the icy wastes. Inuit
Igaluk Inuit God of the moon Inuit
Igigi Mesopotamia Collective name for the group of younger sky gods. They were the gods of heaven, in contrast to the Anunnaki, who were the gods of the earth. Mesopotamia
Ignerssauk Inuit God of the sea, generally benevolent Inuit
Ignirtoq Inuit A god of light and truth. Inuit
Ignis Fatuus Russian According to a Russian superstition, these wandering fires are the spirits of still-born children which flit between heaven and the Inferno.
Iguanchi Peru The benevolent and friendly chief spirit who directs all the important acts in the life of the Jivaro. Peru
Igwekaala Nigeria A sky god. Igbos. Nigeria
Ih P'en Mayan Chthonioc fertility god, concerned with the growth of plants as well as family, property and other wealth Mayan
Ihi Tahiti Goddess of learning, of wisdom. Tahiti
Ihi aka Ehi Egypt God of the sistrum. Egypt
Ihi/ Ehi Egypt He is the lord of the sistrum
Ihoiho Society Isl Creator god who created everything including the primeval waters Society Is.
Ihoiho Tahiti The ghosts of the dead, which were supposed often to visit the living, especially relatives, and to inflict illness or death. Tahiti
Ihy Egypt A young god personifying the jubilation emanating from the sacred rattle. Egypt
Iju aka Ba-Chi Nigeria The sky god who sends the fertilizing rain. Nigeria
Ikal Ahau Maya A chthonic death god, that strangely enough, is considered to inhabit Christian church towers in Mexico
Ikanam Chinook A kind being who touched up the coyote's crude essays with a sharp stone, opening the eyes of men, and giving their hands and feet the powers of movement. He also acted as a "culture-hero," introducing the first arts. The Chinook, Oregon/Washington
Ikas Algonquin Mother Earth Algonquin
Ikebana Discworld The Goddess of Topiary, worshipped by the Militant Servitors of Ikebana. She is named after the Japanese art of formal flower arranging. Discworld
Ikenga Nigeria God of fortune and industry. Nigeria
Ikenga Ibo Nigeria A god of fortune, a benevolent deity
Ikhekhu or Akhekhu Egypt A semi-supernatural being described as a serpent with four legs, resembling an European griffin. Egypt
Ikoro Nigeria The spirit of the drums. Igbos. Nigeria
Ikto Sioux God of human speech. Sioux
Iku Nigeria God of death Nigeria
Iku-Ikasuchi-No-Kami Japan God of thunder, the most significant of the eight thunder deities, Japan/Shinto
Iku-Turso Finland A malevolent sea monster and a god of war. Finland
Ikvaku Hindu/ Vedic An ancestral sun god, that creator god
Il Canaan Creator god Syria/Canaan/Lebanon
Il Semitic A Semitic name for god, similar to El.
Il-a-bi Ugaritic The father god. Ugaritic
Ila Hindu Minor goddess of sacrifices Hindu/Vedic
Ilaalge Semitic Local god Semitic
Ilabrat Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia A minor god, heavy into politics
Ilaeira Greek A daughter of Leucippus and Philodice, and a sister of Phoebe, together with whom she is often mentioned by the poets under the name of Leucippidae. Greek
Ilah Semitic Moon god. South Semitic
Ilai Indonesia The male aspect of the supreme power, Indara being the female aspect. Together they made humankind. Indonesia
Ilamatecuhtli Aztec Old mother goddess
Ilankaka Nkundo Goddess of the sun Nkundo
Ilankaka Zaire A goddess of war
Ilankaka Zaire Goddess of war Zaire
Ilanzi Tanzania The supreme god and creator. Tanzania
Ilat Arabian Allat. "The Goddess", a pre-Islamic Arabian goddess who was one of the three chief goddesses of Mecca who the pre-Islamic Meccans referred to as "The Daughters of God".
Ilat Kenya Means "thunder." In Suk it means rain, and is the name of the rain-god, as in Elgeyo. But some Suk say that Ilat is the supreme god. Kenya
Ilazki Basque Apotheosis of the moon in a feminine form Basque
Ilem Siberian 'One who cannot speak'. The supreme God of the Siberian Ostiaks.
Ilithyia Greek A goddess of childbirth Eileithyia, Eilethyia, Eleuto
Ilithyia Eileithyia Greek Eilethyia, Eleuto, Goddess of childbirth. Greek
Ilkwang Korea The Bodhisattva of Sunlight. Korea
Illalei Ethiopian Yet another supreme being and the creator humanity. Ethiopian this time
Illapa or Illapa Inca God of lightning, thunder and rain storms. Inca
Illapa/ Illyapa/ Katoyalla Inca He is the god of lightning, thunder & rain storms
Illargui Basque Goddess of the moon Basque
Illujanka Hittite Hittite snake demon.
Ilma Finland God of air. Symbolizes element of Air, the element of wind. Finland
Ilmarinen Finnish Finnish creator god, also a sky and smith god. He is also protective deity of travelers
Ilmarinen Finnish A god of good weather & the wind, he is also a protective deity of travelers & for a lark he forged the sun
Ilmatar Finland Female spirit of air; the daughter of primeval substance of creative spirit. Mother of Vдinдmцinen in Kalevala.
Ilmatar Finland The virgin goddess of the air. She is portrayed as androgynous with both male and female aspects, though she is primarily female. Despite her virginity, she was the mother of Vainamoinen, the god of music, Lemminkainen, god of magic, and Ilmarinen, the god of smithing. Finland
Ilmatecuhtli Aztec The goddess of the beauty and creator of the stars. Aztec
Ilu Polynesia Father of night. Samoa, Polynesia
Ilus Greek 1. A son of Dardanus by Bateia, the daughter of Teucer. Ilus died without issue, and left his kingdom to his brother, Erichthonius. 2. A son of Tros, and grandson of Erichthonius. His mother was Calirrhoe, and being a great-grandson of Dardanus, he is called Dardanides.Greek
Ilyapa Inca God of storms and weather Inca
Im Mesopotamia Storm god Mesopotamia
Im Norse A son of the giant Vafthrudner. Norse
Imana Rwanda The Creator deity in Banyarwanda mythology in Rwanda.
Imana Banyarwanda Africa Chief god Africa(east)
Imazuma Japan Goddess of lightning Japan/Shinto
Imberombera Australia Travels over the country making everything and leaving spirit children behind her. She sends out her spirit children to different parts of the country telling them to talk different languages. Kakadu, Australia.
Imd Norse One of Heimdal's nine giant mothers. Norse
Imhotep Egypt The first architect and physician known by name in written history. Two thousand years after his death, his status was raised to that of a god. He became the god of medicine and healing. He was linked to Asclepius by the Greeks. Egypt
Imiut Egypt Minor chthonic protective god Egypt
Immaculate Conception Roman The dogma that the Virgin Mary was conceived without Original sin. This dogma was first broached by St. Bernard, and was stoutly maintained by Duns Scotus and his disciples, but was not received by the Roman Catholic Church as an article of faith till 1854.
Immap Ukua Inuit Goddess of the sea, mother to all of the sea creatures Inuit/Greenland
Immat Islam Ensures the balance between the shariah or the exoteric aspect of the faith, and its esoteric, spiritual essence. Neither the exoteric nor the esoteric obliterates the other. While the Imam is the path to a believer's inward, spiritual elevation, he is also the authority who makes the shariah relevant according to the needs of time and universe. Islam
Imntd Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Imo Africa Goddess of justice Africa
Imo miri Nigeria River spirit. Igbos. Nigeria
Imp Greek A puny demon or spirit of mischief.
Improcitor Roman A minor god of agriculture that worried over harrowing of the fields
Imps Discworld Imps are tiny demons that perform minor tasks rapidly. A number of Discworld labour-saving devices exist which function by trapping small imps. The most notable is the iconograph, but others include watches, food processors, razors and personal organisers. The imps in these devices seem not to mind their jobs, although they get sarcastic if overworked or asked to do things outside their purview. Discworld
Imra Hindu/Kush The chief pre-Islamic god of the Hindukush Kafir people. He was worshipped as the god of creation. By his breath, Imra created other gods of Kafir pantheon. Frequent sacrifiices were made to Imra, sometimes for recovery from sickness, seasonable weather, or other material benefits, sometimes from motives of simple piety. Imra was more honored than the other gods at the religious dances. Hindu/Kush
Imra Kafir/ Afghanistan A creator god that is still worshipped today
Imset Egypt Funerary god charged with the care of the liver of the deceased. Egypt
Imset/ Amset Egypt This god is a funerary god charged with the care of the liver of the deceased
Imtd Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
In-Shushinak Babylonia The supreme god of the Elamites. East of Babylonia
Ina Polynesia A lunar deity daughter of Kui or Vaitere, who kept an eel in a jar, but it soon grew into the eel-god, Tuna, who tried to rape her. The people of Upolo rescued her and sentenced him to death. At his request, she buried his head in the sand and from it grew the first coconut. Ina is married to Marama, the god of the night. She lives in the sky during the daytime when her husband is not visible. Polynesia
Ina'hitelan Koryak/ Siberia A guardian spirit that supervises the skies
Inachus Greek A river god and king of Argos, is described as a son of Oceanus and Tethys. By a Melian nymph, a daughter of Oceanus, or, according to others, by his sister Argeia, he became the father of Phoroneus and Aegialeus, to whom others add Io, Argos Panoptes, and Phegeus or Pegeus. Greek
Inahitelan Siberia The supreme being whose name maens "Supervisor." Siberia
Inana Mesopotamian/ Sumeria A goddess of fertility, of love & war
Inana, Ištar,Ishtar Akkadian / Sumerian The most important of all Mesopotamian goddesses, and a multi-faceted personality, occurring in cuneiform texts of all periods. The Sumerian name probably means "Lady of Heaven", and the Akkadian name Ishtar is related to the Syrian Astarte and the biblical Ashtaroth is usually considered as a daughter of Anzu, with her cult located in Uruk, but there are other traditions as to her ancestry, and it is probable that these reflect originally different goddesses that were identified with her. Ishtar is the subiect of a cycle of texts describing her love affair and ultimately fatal relationship with Tammuz.
Inanna Mesopotamia Inana, the original "Holy Virgin," as the Sumerians called her, is the first known divinity associated with the planet Venus. This Sumerian goddess became identified with the Semitic goddesses Ishtar and later Astarte, Egyptian Isis, Greek Aphrodite, Etruscan Turan and the Roman Venus. Mesopotamia
Inanna Sumaria "Queen Moon". Near Eastern queen of heaven. She ruled over the stars, planets, water, and light. Also symbolizes love, destruction of the indestructible, health, the moon workings. Sumaria
Inanna Sumeria A goddess of heaven, light, long life, the moon, & war
Inanupdikile Panama A goddess of rain
Inapirikuri Venezuela The primordial god who drew mankind from the ground and gave them their moral precepts. Venezuela
Inara Hurrian The daughter of the Storm-god Teshub or Tarhunt and the goddess of the wild animals of the steppe. Hurrian
Inaras Hittite The goddess of the wild animals of the steppe
Inaras Hittite Goddess of the wild animals of the steppe. The one who set a trap for Illuyankas. Hittite
Inari Japan/Shinto God of fertility, rice, agriculture, and foxes. Inari's foxes, or kitsune, are pure white and act as his messengers. Japan/Shinto
Incubus Roman A nightmare, anything that weighs heavily on the mind. At one time supposed to consort with women an their sleep. Roman
Indagarra Burundi The supreme being and god of judgment after death created a man and a woman. Under him is Ryangombe. The Wa-Twa, Burundi
Indara Indonesia The Maiden, the earth. With Ilai, the sun, they are the supreme powers of the Torajas. They created mankind, but not plants and animals. Celebes, Indonesia
Indeesa Tanzania The creator gooddess who caused no afflictions and is invoked for inner reflection. Tanzania
India Indian Numerous Indian tribes keep Yuletide as a religious festival.
Indr Afghanistan Tutelary and weather god. Afghanistan
Indra Hindu A god of rain, storms, thunder & clouds
Indra Hindu The king of the gods and ruler of the heavens, the god of thunder and rain and a great warrior who symbolises courage and strength. His mount is an elephant called Airavata and he has a golden chariot drawn by ten thousand horses. Hindu
Indra Mongolia The god of the sun and of light, associated with the east. Mongolia
Indrani Hindu The goddess of wrath and jealousy, and a daughter of Puloman, a demon who was killed by Indrani's future husband, Indra. She is beautiful and has one-thousand eyes. She is associated with lions and elephants. Hindu
Indukari Hindu Goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Inemes Micronesia Goddess of love and of sexuality Micronesia
Infoniwoo Taiwanese God of child-birth and generation. Taiwanese
Ing Anglo-Saxon Ancestral god. Anglo-Saxon
Inghean Ireland One of the sisters who made up a triple goddess and goddess of summer. Ireland
Inghean/ Crobh/ Dearg Bhuidhe Irish One of the isters who made up a triple goddess & goddess of summer
Inguma Basque The god of dreams. He was regarded as a malevolent force who entered houses at night and plagued the residents with nightmares. Basque
Ingun's Frey Norse One of the names of Frey. Norse
Ini Egypt Goddess of justice Egypt
Ini Heret Egypt She is the goddess of mediators, diplomats, statesman's & other professional liars
Inkanyamba Africa A legendary serpent living in a waterfall lake area in the northern forests near Cape Town, South Africa
Inkosazana Africa Who came out on the same day that men came out of the earth. She is not commonly seen. We hear it said the primitive men knew her. No one existing at the present time ever saw her. She is said to be a very little animal, as large as a polecat, and is marked with little white and black stripes; on one side there grows a bed of reeds, a forest, and grass;97 the other side is that of a man. Such is her form. South Africa
Inkosikasi Africa A Chicken hypnotist and a beneficent sky goddess. The Zulu, South Africa
Inmar Finnish/Ugric Sky goddess. Finnish/Ugric
Inmar Votyak Finnish/ Ugric A sky goddess that was taken over by the Christians and called of the Mother of God
Inmutef Egyptian Egyptian bearer of the heavens.
Inmutef/ Inummutef Egypt A minor canopic god
Inna Africa Goddess of justice. Africa
Innana Sumeria Goddess of love, procreation, and war Sumeria.