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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Sa Babylonian The remote and inscrutable divinity of the cosmic deep. Babylonian
Sa Kono E Guinea A creator god, one of a pair of creator deities
Saaiz Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Sabaoth Gnostic The genii of Mars, one of the planetary regents of the seven sacred planets. Gnostic
Sabazios Phrygian/ NW Turkey A god of agriculture
Sabazius Phrygian A Phrygian divinity, commonly described as a son of Rhea or Cybele ; but in later times he was identified with the mystic Dionysus, who hence is sometimes called Dionysus Sabazius. For the same reason Sabazius is called a son of Zeus by Persephone, and is said to have been reared by a nymph Nyssa.
Sabda Sanskrit The cosmic Word, equivalent to the Greek Logos. Sanskrit
Saci Brazilian An impish mythical character of Brazilian folk tales.
Saci Devi India The goddess of wrath and jealousy. India
Sacp Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
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Sacra Savadia Jewish The deity associated with the Jewish Sabaoth (Tseba'oth). Plutarch states that the Jews worshiped Dionysus, and that the day of the Jewish Sabbath was a festival of Sabazius.
Sadaksari Buddhist The tantric form of the bodhisattva Avalokitesvara. Buddhist
Sadaksari[Lokesvara] Buddhist/ Lamaist/ Tibet A variety of Avalokitesvara that is incarnate in succession of the Dali Lamas
Sadarnuna Sumeria Goddess of the new moon. Sumeria
Sadbhuja Buddhist The six-armed Lord Gaurasundara. Buddhist
Sadbhuja-Sitatara Buddhist A god
Sadhumati Buddhist The good-minded goddess. Buddhist
Sadko Russian A legendary hero of a Russian epic tale.
Sadrapa Phoenician Protector of snakes and a god of healing. Phoenician
Sadwes Persia A goddess rain, of storms, thunder, lightning, hail, snow
Saehrimner [Rime-producer] Norse The name of the boar on which the gods and heroes in Valhal constantly feed. Norse
Safa Arabian The hill on which Adam and Eve came together, after having been parted for two hundred years, during which time they wandered homeless over the face of the earth. Arabian
Safekh aabut Egypt A goddess of knowledge
Safekh-Aubi Egypt Stellar goddess who served to measure time and is called the misstress of the house of books. Egypt
Saga Norse The goddess of history. She dwells in the crystal hall of Sokvabek. Norse
Saga Scandinavia A goddess of knowledge & waterfalls
Sagara Sanskrit A king of the solar dynasty and sovereign of Ayodhya. He was the father of 60,000 sons who were turned into a heap of ashes by a glance of the sage Kapila. Sanskrit
Sagaramati Buddhist The Bodhisattva whose Mind is like the Ocean. Buddhist
Sagaritis Greek A nymph in whose embraces Attis became faithless to Cybele. The goddess avenged the wrong done to her by causing the tree with which the nymph's life was connected, to be cut down. Greek
Sagbata Yoruba God who inflicts smallpox or madness. Yoruba
Saham-pati Sanskrit The All-parent, the common progenitor and source of all. A name synonym with Brahman. Sanskrit
Sahar Aramaic God of the moon. Aramaic
Sahu Egyptian The entity of the deceased in heaven which grew out of the dead body and was called into being by the ceremonies performed over the dead. Egyptian
Sai' Al Quan Nabataean/ W Semitic A local guardian God is believed to be the protector of caravans
Saiinou Enochian A sub-angelic Watchtower leader in the North. Enochian
Saiinov Enochian The senior leader of Water in Jupiter. Enochian
Saint George British Saint George Patron saint of England and the Christian adaptation of the dragon slaying legends of Bel and the dragon, Apollo and Python, Osiris and Typhon, etc. British
Saitada Celtic Goddess of mourning and grief. Celtic
Saitis Greek A surname of Athena, under which she had a sanctuary on Mount Pontinus, near Lerna in Argolis. The name was traced by the Greeks to the Egyptians, among whom Athena was said to have been called Sai's. Greek
Saiva Sanskrit The divinity and patron of all yogis. Sanskrit
Sajara Songhoi Rainbow god Songhoi, eastern Mali
Sakarabru Guinea God of medicine, retribution and justice. Agni, Guinea
Sakhadai Siberia The personification of fire who gives life to the newborn winter sun. Siberia
Sakhadai Noin Siberia A god of fire
Sakhemet aka Sachmet Egypt Sakhet and Sakhmet, originally the war goddess of Upper Egypt. It was said that her breath created the desert. She was also known by some cults to be a daughter of the ancient sun god Ra. Egypt
Sakhemet/ Sachmet Egypt A goddess of war
Sakka[n]/ Amakandu/ Sumuqan Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadian A patron god of herdsmen & A god of cattle
Sakkan Sumeria The god of animal husbandry and the fecundity of cattle. Sumeria
Sakra Buddhist The god of Trayastrimsa Heaven. Buddhist
Sakti Dwarawati Lived in Sapta Pratala, the seventh layer of the earth. When he was angry he would became a gigantic scary snake and the world would shake. Dwarawati
Sakti Hindu The Supreme True One is Sakti. This True One is the transcendent and Immanent One who encompasses all. Hindu
Sakti-trimurti India The feminine aspect of the Hindu Trimurti or Triad, the active feminine energy of the divinities. India
Sakyamuni Buddhas Remembering such grace of Sakyamuni Buddha makes our tears flow!
Sala Akkadia Wife of the weather god Adad and a goddess of war. Akkadia
Sala Babylonian The female consort of the Sun-god of Eridu. Babylonian
Sala Hittite "lady of the mountain" who became a goddess of fertility and agriculture. Hittite
Salacia Greek The female divinity of the sea among the Romans, and the wife of Neptune.
Salagrama Hindu A stone credited with possessing magical properties and worn in parts of India as an amulet. Hindu
Salamander Greek The nature spirits of fire, the fire elementals. The Greek salamandra was believed to have power over fire.
Salamis Greek A daughter of Asopis, and by Poseidon the mother of Cenchreus or Cychreus. Greek
Salevao Polynesia "Sacred one of the bush" a general village god as well as a war god. Polynesia
Salganeus Greek A surname of Apollo, derived from the town of Salganeus in Boeotia. greek
Salim Ugaritic Shalim or Salem, a personification of Venus as the evening star and a deity of the dusk. Ugaritic
Salm of Mahram Arabia A goddess from the pantheon of Tayma introduced to North Arabia from North Syria.
Salm of Mahram/ Salman N Arabia A local tutelary god
Salmacis Greek A fountain of Caria, which rendered effeminate all those who bathed therein. It was in this fountain that Hermaphroditus changed his sex. Greek
Salmacis Greek The nymph of the well Salmacis, near the mausoleum at Halicarnassus. The nymph fell in love with Hermaphroditos and tried to win his affections, but in vain. Greek
Salmaone Greek A mother goddess
Salmoneus Greek A son of Aeolus by Enarete, and a brother of Sisyphus. Sangarius, a river-god, is described as the son of Oceanus and Tethys, and as the husband of Metope, by whom he became the father of Hecabe. (Theogony 344). Greek
Salus Greek The personification of health, prosperity, and the public welfare, among the Romans. In the first of these three senses she answers very closely to the Greek Hygieia, and was accordingly represented in works of art with the same attributes as the Greek goddess. In the second sense she represents prosperity in general and was invoked by the husbandmen at seed-time. In the third sense Salus is the goddess of the public welfare.
Sama Islam A devotion dance and an aid for perfection. Islam
Samael Chaldean The concealed occult Wisdom. Chaldean Book of Numbers
Samael Chaldean The Prince of Darkness, the Angel of Death or Poison. Hebreo-Chaldean Qabbalah
Samael Platonism / Gnosticism The Demiurge, The Craftsman or Creator, the deity responsible for the creation of the physical universe. Platonism and Gnosticism
Samantabhadra Buddhas The Lord of the Truth in Buddhism, who represents the practice and meditation of all Buddhas.
Samantaorabha Buddhist/ Vjratana A minor goddess
Samas Akkadia God of the sun and patron deity of Sippa and Larsa Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia
Samba Hindu Heroic god Hindu
Samia Greek A daughter of the river-god Maeander, and wife of Ancaeus, by whom she became the mother of Samos. Samia also occurs as a surname of Hera, which is derived from her temple and worship in the island of Samos. Greek
Samiasa Jewish A seraph, who fell in love with Aholibamah, a granddaughter of Cain, and when the flood came, carried her under his wing to some other planet. Jewish
Samiel German The Black Huntsman of the Wolf's Glen. A satanic spirit, who gave to a marksman who entered into compact with him seven balls, six of which were to hit infallibly whatever was aimed at, but the seventh was to deceive. The person who made this compact was termed Der Freischutz. German
Samius Greek A surname of Poseidon, derived from his temples in Samos and Samicon in Elis. Greek
Samkarsana Dravidian Local last form of Balarama Dravidian/Camille
Samkhat Babylon Goddess of happiness and joy. Babylon
Sammael Cabalists The chief of evil spirits, who is for ever gnashing his teeth over the damned. Next to him is Ashmedai. Cabalists
Sampsa Finnish Vegetation god who gives life to seed who lies dormant through the winter. Finnish
Sams Greek Sun deity who in the north is a male and in the south female. Greek
Samundra India Goddess of rivers India
Samvara Buddhist God Buddhist/Mahayana
San Chou Niang Niang China Mother goddess who was first deified during the Sung dynasty China
San Sgrub Bon Tibet A god that was absorbed into a variety of Yama in Lamaism
San-Dui Buddhist Tutelary god Buddhist/Tibet
San-Guan Chinese The three gods in charge of the Chinese heaven
Sancus Roman Sangus or Semo Sancus, a Roman divinity, is said to have been originally a Sabine god, and identical with Hercules and Dins Fidius. The name which is etymologically the same as Sanctus, and connected with Sancire, seems to justify this belief, and characterises Sancus as a divinity presiding over oaths.
Sandalphon Hebrew The name of the chief of angels, the Kabbalistic Prince of Angels, and one of the Cherubim of the Ark. Hebrew
Sandhya Hindu Goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Sangarius Greek A river-god, is described as the son of Oceanus and Tethys, and as the husband of Metope, by whom he became the father of Hecabe. The river Sangarius (in Phrygia) itself is said to have derived its name from one Sangas, who had offended Rhea, and was punished lay her by being changed into water. Greek
Sango Yoruba/ Nigeria A god of thunder
Sango Yoruba Nigeria God of thunder Nigeria
Sani Buddhist Astral god Hindu/Buddhist
Sani Chaldean God identified with the planet Saturn and whose parents were the sun and the shade.
Saning Sari Java Rice mother goddess Java
Sanjna Hindu Goddess of warriors Hindu daughter of the celestial architect Tvastra disguised herself as a horse and fled from her husband. When he caught her, they produced the Ashwini Kumaras, the horse-headed twins. Each day the twins bring the dawn as their chariot speeds through the sky. Hindu
Sanju Kafir/ Afghanistan A harvest goddess
Sanju Kafir Afghanistan Harvest goddess Afghanistan
Sankari Hindu Mother goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Sankha Hindu Snake god Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Sankha[pala] Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A snake god
Sankhasura Hindu A demon who warred against the gods, stole the Vedas and hid them at the bottom of the sea. They were rescued by Vishnu in the form of a fish. Hindu
Sanmukha Hindu God, a form of Skanda Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Sanqing China One of the supreme trinity known as The Three Pure Ones. China
Santa Hindu Mother goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Santana Hindu Minor goddess Hindu
Santoshi Mata Hindu Mother goddess of recent origin, about 1960 Hindu
Sanu Kafir/ Afghanistan A god
Sanu Kafir Afghanistan God Afghanistan
Sao Greek Goddess of sailing Greek
Sao ch'ing Niang Niang China Goddess of brooms and fair weather China
Saon Greek A mythical lawgiver of Samothrace, is said to have been a son of Zeus by a nymph, or of Hermes by Rhene. Greek
Sapas Canaan God of the sun Canaan
Sapientia Roman Goddess of wisdom Roman
Saptanatra Hindu Generic title of the seven deities of evil influence Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Sar Syria God of the dawn Syria
Sar Akka Swedish Goddess midwives Swedish
Sara Akkadia Minor war god Babylon/Akkadia
Saraddevi Buddhist Fertility and vegetation goddess associated autumn Buddhist/Tibet
Sarama India The fleet one, the runner; the dog belonging to Indra and the gods, the divine watcher "over the golden flock of stars and solar rays." She is the mother of the two dogs called Sarameyas. India
Saranya Hindu Primordial goddess Hindu/Vedic
Sarapis Egyptian Serapis, an Egyptian divinity, the worship of which was introduced into Greece in the time of the Ptolemies. Apollodorus (ii) states that Serapis was the name given to Apis after his death and deification.
Sarasvati Hindu A sacred river in the Vedas, and as a river goddess she was often invoked to bestow vitality, renown. She is described as moving along a golden path and destroying the demon Vritra. Hindu
Sarasvati Hindu, Vedic A goddess of astronomy, science, education, wisdom, eloquence & rivers
Sarasvati The ethereal Hindu The elegant one; the divine consort or wife of Brahma, his feminine alter ego and goddess of hidden learning and esoteric wisdom. Hindu
Saraswati Hinduism The first of the three prominent goddesses of Hinduism, the other two being Lakshmi and Durga. Saraswati is the consort of Lord Brahma, the creator.
Saravakarmavaranavisodhani Buddhist God of the richer, another deification of text Buddhist
Saronis Greek A surname of Artemis at Troezene, where an annual festival was celebrated in honour of her under the name of Saronia. Greek
Sarpa Hindu Sarpa serpent was produced from Brahma's hair, which, owing to his fright at beholding the Yakshas, whom he had created horrible to behold, fell off from the head, each hair becoming a serpent. Hindu
Sarpa-rajni Blavatsky The queen of the serpents; "Before our globe became egg-shaped (and the Universe also) 'a long trail of Cosmic dust (or fire mist) moved and writhed like a serpent in Space.' The 'Spirit of God moving on Chaos' was symbolized by every nation in the shape of a fiery serpent breathing fire and light upon the primordial waters, until it had incubated cosmic matter and made it assume the annular shape of a serpent with its tail in its mouth -- which symbolises not only Eternity and Infinitude, but also the globular shape of all the bodies formed within the Universe from that fiery mist. The Universe, as well as the Earth and Man, cast off periodically, serpent-like, their old skins, to assume new ones after a time of rest " The Secret Doctrine, by H. P. Blavatsky
Sarpedon Greek 1. A son of Zeus by Europa, and a brother of Minos and Rhadamanthys. Being involved in a quarrel with Minos about Miletus, he took refuge with Cilix, whom he assisted against the Lycians and afterwards he became king of the Lycians, and Zeus granted him the privilege of living three generations.
Sarrahitu Akkadia Goddess of fertility who started out being Tutelary goddess of the city of Su-Sin Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia/Sumeria
Sarrahitu/ Sarra Itu Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadia A fertility goddess that started out being the tutelary goddess of the city of Su-Sin
Sarritor Roman Minor god of agriculture who was invoked during the growing and harvesting of crops Roman
Sarruma Hittite God Hittite/Hurrian
Sarvabuddharma-Kosavati Buddhist God of literature, the deification of texts Buddhist
Sarvaga Sanskrit The spirit-substance of the world, its soul. Equivalent to the anima mundi, and that which the Christians call the Holy Spirit. Sanskrit
Sarvakarmsvaranavisodhani Buddhist it in other god of literature
Sarvam Khalvidam Brahma India Sarvam Khalvidam Brahma (Sanskrit) the manifested universe with Brahma as the supreme mind and spirit. India
Sarvanaranaviskambhin Buddhist God, a spiritual meditation buddha Buddhist
Sarvasokatamonirghatmatiage Buddhist God, another spiritual meditation buddha Buddhist
Sarvastramahajvala Jain Messenger goddess Jain
Sastra-devatas Hindu The gods of divine weapons in the Mahabharata and Ramayana, the lords behind earthquakes, tidal waves, storms of all kinds, and lightning. Hindu
Sasuratum Canaan These are midwife goddesses, they are seven in number
Sata-rupa India As nature, was the daughter of Brahma, and the mother of the first manu, called Svayambhuva. India
Satabhisa Hindu Minor goddess of fortune who is not very nice at all Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Satan Christian The Christian Devil, a mere figment of theological imagination.
Sataruri Hindu Minor goddess who was the victim of incest Hindu/Puranic
Satet Egypt A goddess of archery & hunting
Satet Sati Egypt The consort of Khnemu, and sister-goddess of Anqet, and the second member of a triad. Together with Khnemu her attributes are watery, so that she is depicted as sprinkling water and scattering seed. Egypt
Sati Hindu Mother goddess Hindu/Puranic/India/Epic
Sati/ Sakti/ Parvati Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ India A mother goddess
Sati/ Satet Egypt A goddess of waterfalls
Satis Egypt Minor goddess of fertility Egypt
Satrughna Hindu Minor god Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Saturn Roman God of agriculture, seeds, astronomy, Saturn, education. Roman
Saturn/ Saturnus Roman A god of agriculture, seeds, astronomy, Saturn, education
Saturnia Roman A daughter of Saturnus, and accordingly used as a surname of Juno and Vesta. Roman
Saturnus Italy A mythical king of Italy to whom was ascribed the introduction of agriculture and the habits of civilised life in general.
Satyabhama Dravidian Goddess Hindu/Dravidian/Tamil
Satyan Nasti Paro Dharmah Sanskrit There is no religion higher than truth. Rajas of Benares. Sanskrit
Satyr Greek Generic term for woodland gods and divine beings Roman/Greek
Satyrus Greek The name of a class of beings in Greek mythology, who are inseparably connected with the worship of Dionysus, and represent the luxuriant vital powers of nature. In their appearance they somewhat resembled goats or rams. Greek
Saucp Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Saule Baltic The sun goddess
Saule Baltic Goddess of the sun Baltic
Saule Lithuania God of war Lithuania
Saunatonttu Finland Tutelary of the sauna.
Sauska Mesopotamia Goddess of healing Mesopotamia
Savaki Tungus Fish-eyed god of Tungus
Savari Buddhist Goddess of terrifying appearance, or so it is said Buddhist/Tibet
Savati Hindu Minor benevolent goddess of fortune. Hindu
Savea Si'uleo Polynesia God of the dead Polynesia
Savitar Hindu/ Vedic A god of war & the sun
Savitri Hindu Vivifier, stimulator; an aspect of the sun deity. Hindu
Savpayanjiha Buddhist God, a spiritual meditation buddha Buddhist
Saxnot Christian Tutelary god, at one time required to be denounced at Christian baptism Saxon
Say Egypt Minor god of destiny Egypt
Scabies Roman Goddess invoked to cure skin diseases Roman
Scaeus Greek One of the sons of Hippocoon.
Scamander Greek An Oceanid, son of Oceanus and Tethys and the god of the river Scamander, in Troas, was called by the gods Xanthus. Being insulted by Achilles, he entered into a contest with the Greek hero but Hera sent out Hephaestus to assist Achilles, and the god of fire dried up the waters of Scamander, and frightened Scamander, until Hera ordered Hephaestus to spare the river-god. By Idaea, he fathered Teucrus.(Theogony 345.) Greek
Scamandrius Greek 1. The son of Hector and Andromache, whom the people of Troy called Astyanax, because his father was the protector of the city of Troy.
Scamandrius2 Greek A Trojan, a son of Strophius. Greek
Scathach Ireland "She Who Strikes Fear". She lived on the Isle of Shadow in the Hebrides and trained the greatest of Ireland's warriors. Ireland
Scheliel Christians Angels of the Mansions of the Moon.
Schetewuarha Brazil Goddess rain Brazil
Scmio Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Scniitic Bel Babylon A Sun-god who rules among the shades below. Babylon
Scotia Egypt Once a mother Goddess in Egypt.
Scotia Scotland A bloodthirsty sorceress and a goddess of battle and the slain. Scotland
Scylla Greek And Charybdis, the names of two rocks between Italy and Sicily, and only a short distance from one another. In the midst of the one of these rocks which was nearest to Italy, there dwelt, according to Homer, Scylla, a daughter of Crataeis, a fearful monster, barking like a dog, with twelve feet, six long necks and mouths, each of which contained three rows of sharp teeth. The opposite rock, which was much lower, contained an immense fig-tree, under which there dwelt Charybdis, who thrice every day swallowed down the waters of the sea, and thrice threw them up again: both were formidable to the ships which had to pass between them. Greek
Seb Egyptian One of the older Egyptian deities, the son of Shu and Tefnut, brother and husband of Nut, father of Osiris and Isis, Set and Nephthys.
Sebek Egyptian Sebeq or Sebeq-Ra, the crocodile-headed deity. In The Book of the Dead Sebek is named together with three other deities as dwelling on the mount of sunrise, helping Horus to be reborn daily. He is represented as giving the eyes to the deceased and assisting the pilgrim to be reborn. Egyptian