Egyptian goddess with a crocodile head an sometimes shown with the body of a hippo. She ate the souls of those found unworthy. Her energies are justice-based, consuming and void-related.
God of healing and wisdom from Egypt. He was originally a great architect that was deified. His energies are logical, healing and wise.
Egyptian god of the sun and sky. He was sometimes combined with the god Ra. His energies ar solar, air related, swift, powerful and fertile.
Egyptian jackal headed god who was over embalming and guiding the dead. His energies are dark, death-related and ritualistic.
Goddess of beauty, love and death for Greece/Rome. She is also said to protect sailors and was birthed from the foam on the water when Zeus cut off his father's genitals and threw them into the sea. Her energies are sexual, sensual, alluring and sometimes jealous.
Greco-Roman god of the sun and the arts, especially music. His music was measured and mathematical. He was an excellent archer like his twin sister Artemis/Diana. His energies are solar, masculine, controlled, artistic and somewhat logical if not ordered.
God of war for Greece/Rome. Enjoyed the bloodthirst of battle, but often did so from the side lines. His energies are powerful, passionate, willful, overbearing, chaotic, masculine and violent.
Goddess of the moon, forest and the hunt from Greece/Rome. She was a virgin goddess that preferred her solitude. She was also an excellent archer and the older twin sister of Apollo. Her energies are feminine, lunar, wild, nature-based, and independant.
Phoenician/Mesopotamian goddess of sexuality, love, war and justice. Her energies are just, sensual, violent, ancient and political.
Greek/Roman Goddess of War, logic and weaving. Athena was said to sprout from Zeus' head fully formed after he devoured her pregnant mother. She was his favorite child. Although she was the goddess of war, she was more of a tactician and would fight by her favorited warriors, unlike Ares. Her energies are logical, protective, clear, cutting and somewhat masculine.
Phoenician god of storms. His symbolic animals were the ram and bull. His energies are powerful, sometimes chaotic and ancient.
Known familiarly as Bast, she is the cat or cat-headed Egyptian goddess of sex, fertility, the hearth and birth. Her energies were home-based, sensual, fertile and protective.
One of the three supreme gods in Hinduism and said to be the creative aspect of Vishnu. He is often depicted with four heads. His energies are powerful and creative.
Brigit is a Celtic Goddess turned Catholic Saint by the Christians who came to Ireland. She is associated with blacksmithing and domesticated animals. Her energies are wise, healing, protective and poetic. Her symbol is the flame which her priestesses attended day and night to keep it burning.
Greco-Roman Goddess of agriculture. Her energies are earth-based, fertile, feminine, motherly, and nurturing. She is actually even more ancient than the Olympians and may have been related to the goddess Cybele of Anatolia.
Celtic Goddess of poetry and wisdom who was originally a great sorceress with shape-shifting powers. She has taken on the energies of rebirth and transformation. She is sometimes considered one of the goddesses of witchcraft.
Celtic horned god of nature, the underworld and wealth. His energies are nature-based, fertile and masculine. He's associated with the woods and horned animals.
Greco-Roman Titan-God of time. His energies are destructive, ancient, primordial and violent.
Celtic god of life, death, agriculture and fertility. His energies are ancient, fertile, creative and nurturing.
Great mother goddess in Irish-Celtic Mythology. Her energies are maternal and earth based as Anu and maternal and water-based as Danu.
Greek/Roman God of Wine and Merriment. His symbols are the ivy, grapes and snakes. His energies are jovial, inebriated, sexual and wild.
Hindu goddess of war, strength and protection that destroyed evil. Her energies are fiere, motherly, protective and wrathful. She is depicted holding several weapons and riding a tiger or lion.
Celtic goddess from Gaul, which is modern day France. She was protectress of horses, mules, donkies, etc. Her energies were fertile, growing and protective.
Greek/Roman god of love and sex. His energies are sensual, romantic and mischievous. He is often pictured with wings and sometimes a bow. His arrows had the power to manipulate the feelings of others, such as causing people to fall in love with each other.
Norse goddess of love, sex, beauty, fertility, war and gold. Her symbols are cats and flowers. Her energies are fertile, romantic, sexual and comforting.
Frigg is a Norse nature goddess who is associated with wisdom and insight. Her energies are earth based, wise, knowing, far-seeing and powerfully female. She is the queen and wife of Odin who was equal to him.
Greek goddess that personifies Earth. Her energies are ancient, primordial, feminine, nurturing, motherly and vast.
Elephant-headed Hindu god of art, wisdom, science, intellect, beginnings, letters and learning and remover of obstacles. His energies are intellectual and artistic.
God of the earth in Egypt. His energies are ancient, fertile and earth-based.
Name given to several creation gods in different Native American tribes. His energies aree fatherly, nourishing, creative and all powerful.
Greek/Roman god of the Underworld often pictured with his three headed dog Cerberus. His energies are dark, protected, judging, lonely, suffering and death-related.
Egyptian goddess often shown with a crown with cow horns or as a cow. Her energies are joyous, inspiring, celebratory, and protective. She is sometimes invoked to help with childbirth.
Ancient Greek god of the Sun who is often shown driving a chariot across the sky pulled by white horses. His energies are solar, life-giving and hot.
Disabled Greek/Roman god of the forge. He created the bolts Zeus used as well as other armor and weapons for the god. His energies are hot, creative, hurting and deep.
Greco-Roman goddess of marriage and wife of Zeus/Jupiter. She is often shown as a jealous goddess and inferior to her husband in power. However, she predates him and was once a very powerful goddess on her own. Her energies are powerfully female, creative and queenly.
Messenger god of Greek/Roman mythology. He is depicted with sandals with wings on them, called taleria, a winged helmet, a satchel for his messages and a caduceus. As Mercury, he is related to commerce. His energies are swift, communicative and guiding. He is also related to shepherding and boundaries.
Greco-Roman Goddess of the Hearth and Home. Her energies are protective, warm and nurturing. Her symbol is the hearthfire.
Egyptian Goddess of the Underworld and wife of Osiris. She is also considered the king maker and her headdress often have a throne that represents. Her energies are royal, feminine, mothering, and underworld related.
Jesus has been seen as mortal, a demi-god and as an aspect of the Christian God. His energies are wise, loving, forgiving and peaceful. However, he has been destructive rarely when he believed he was fighting against injustice.
Hindu goddess of destruction. She is often pictured holding a decapitated head and waring a skirt of arms and necklace of heads. She steps on a demon representing ignorance. Here energies are wildly powerful, destructive and ancient.
Hindu mother Goddess of Fortune, Wealth, Love, Prosperity, Joy and beauty. Her energies are maternal, feminine, fertile and joyful.
Jewish figure who refused to submit to Adam and was demonized. However, she might have been another name for the goddess Ishtar or related to her in some other way. Her energies are wild, sensual and dark (not evil).
Norse trickster god. His energies are chaotic, destructive, irrational and mischievous.
Celtic solar deity who was a warrior, king and head god. His weapons are a spear and sling. His energies are powerful, solar and brave.
Egyptian goddess of truth, justice, and harmony who set the stars in the skies and regulated the seasons. She also judged souls in the underworld. Her symbol is the feather of truth. Her energies are just, harmonious and balanced.
Celtic mother goddess. Her energies are fertile, creative and motherly.
Three Celtic sister-goddesses, Badb, Macha and Nemain. Ther energies were connected to war and sexuality. Badb is called Battle Crow and was said to cause confusion in the enemy. Macha is over land, fertility, kingship, war and horses. Nemain personifies the frenzied havoc of war.
Greek winged goddess. Her energies are victorious.
Celtic healer god and warrior. His energies are healing, powerful and brave.
Egyptian goddess of the sky. Her energies are creative, ancient and vast.
Greek goddess of the night. Her energies are ancient, feminine, dark, shadowy and very powerful.
Odin is the head of the Norse pantheon. He had messenger ravens. His energies are wise, powerful, masculine and paternal.
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Egyptian god of the Underworld. His energies are dark, fertile, resurrection and death-based.
Greek goddess of both Spring and the Underworld. Her energies are dual, fertile, dark, feminine and powerful.
Greco-Roman God of the ocean. He is often depicted with a Trident and connected with horses. His energies are water based, sexual, powerful, sometimes destructive and old.
Ancient Egyptian creator god and god of truth. His energies are creative, old and fertile.
Feathered serpent god worshipped by the Aztecs. He ruled over wind, air, and learning. His energies ar destructive, wise and air/sky related.
Egyptian Sun god. His energies are creative, solar, masculine, life-giving, swift and powerful. He has other forms including Horus (falcon head) and Khepri (the beetle).
Cobra or cobra-headed goddess of Egypt who protected and nourished children. Her energies are protective, caring, fertile and nurturing.
Greek Titan goddess who was the mother of many gods including Zeus. Her energies are maternal, earth based, nurturing, protective and ancient.
Welsh-Celtic Goddess associated with horses. Her energies are politically strategic, beautiful and generous.
Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, art, speech, wisdom, and learning. Her energies are creative, wise and intelligent.
Egyptian lion-headed goddess of destruction and healing. Her energies are powerful, healing, chaotic, destructive and wild.
Ancient Greek/Roman goddess of the moon. Her energies are lunar, dark and hidden.
Egyptian god of war, chaos, storms, and pestilence. His energies are destructive, dishonest, disloyal and violent.
Egyptian hippopotamus goddess of pregnancy, childbirth and the home. Her energies are very protective, especially of mothers an children.
Norse God of Thunder. He is often pictured with a winged helmet and his famous hammer. His energies are wild, powerful, sky-based and violent.
Ibis or ibis-headed Egyptian god of record keeping and truth. His energies are honest, logical, wise and that of a benefactor. He also marked the passage of time.
Aztec goddess of the human fertility and of sexuality. She is associated with the earth and the moon. Her energies are sensual, fertile, lunar and earth-based.
Greco-Roman sky god and father of the Titans. His energies are ancient, primordial, powerful, creative and related to sky energies.
Sacred being of the Lakota and Dakota tribes thought brought civilization. Her energies are sacred, guiding and protective.
Aztec god of the shedding of skins, Seedtime and rebirth. He is called the Flayed One and is sometimes shown with flayed skin. His energies are fertile, renewing and sacrificial.
Central Aztec god called the Turquoise Lord, Lord of the Year, God of Fire and creator of all life. He is also called Ixcozauhqui and Huehueteotl, the Old God. He is both a mother and father god and the personification of light in the darkness, warmth in coldness, food during famine, and life in death. His energies are ancient, feminine and masculine, nurturing, creative and destructive. He is often depicted with a red or yellow face, with a censer and crown on his head. He is also shown as an elderly man carrying a brazier on his head.
Aztec goddess of flowers, childbirth, pregnancy, excess, love, pleasure, art and beauty. Her energies are sensual, loving, artistic and fertile. She is usually shown surrounded by flowers and butterflies and often with a hummingbird. She represents the sexual power of women.
Judeo-Christian-Islamic Creator god. He is considered the only god in the religions. His energies are all powerful, all knowing, creative. They can also be nurturing, destructive, vindictive, loving and paternal.
Greco-Roman king of the gods. His symbol was the lightning bolt. His energies are powerfully masculine, sexually driven, royal, jovial and sometime violent.
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