|God of the seas, patron of fishermen, merchants and sailors; the younger brother of the Sun god was cast out by their parents because he was disfigured. Japan
|God of merchants. Mexico
|One of the two great creator-gods of the Chungichnish. The other, his brother, is called Tuchaipa
|Supreme god name
"Yu Huang Shang Ti"
|Taoist / Chinese
|Supreme god. He achieved paramount prominence during the Sung Dynasty and the Jade Emperor is his earthly, mortal incarnation. As a deity he is remote and out of touch with ordinary people. No iconography is applied to him and he has no physical description. He engendered the universe from chaos and is the unifying principle of the cosmos which is perceived to be divided into thirty-six heavens above the earth. Also SHANG TI; Shang Di....
|God of the ways, of merchants and travellers. Aztec
|The three Slavic dawn goddesses. Utrennyaya was the morning star, Vechernyaya the evening star, and Polunochnaya the midnight star. Their duty was to guard a chained dog who continually tries to break loose and eat the constellation Ursa Minor, the bear. If this should happen, the universe would end.
|Persian / Iran
|God of temporal time and fate. Once the focus of a cult of Zervanism in which he appeared as the father of AHURA MAZDA, the god of light, and AHRIMAN, god of darkness, in Zoroastrianism. He is perceived as a god of destiny and the controller of all roads which mankind may take, leading ultimately to the otherworld. He was adopted into Manichaean religion. Also Zervan....