British, Scottish, Irish and Welsh Gods & Goddesses

  • Amaethon (Welsh) – God of Agriculture, Master of Magic
  • Arawn (Welsh) – God of the Hunt and the Underworld
  • Arianrhod (Welsh) – Star and Sky Goddess, Goddess of Beauty, Full Moon and Magical Spells
  • Badb (Irish) – Goddess of War, Death and Rebirth
  • Caillech (Scottish, Irish, Welsh) – Goddess of Weather, Earth, Sky, Seasons, Moon and Sun
  • Cliodna (Irish, Scottish) – Goddess of Beauty and of Other Realms
  • Creide (Irish, Scottish) – Goddess of Women and Fairies
  • The Green Man (Welsh) – God of the Woodlands, of Life Energy and Fertility
  • Morgan Le Fay (Welsh) – Goddess of Death, Fate, the Sea and of Curses
  • Oghma (Scottish, Irish) – God of Communication and Writing, and of Poets
  • Rhiannon (Welsh) – Goddess of Birds, Horses, Enchantments, Fertility and the Underworld
  • Skatha (Welsh) – Goddess of the Underworld, Darkness, Magic, Prophecy

Celtic Gods & Goddesses

  • Branwyn – Goddess of love, sexuality and the sea
  • Bridget – Goddess of fertility, feminine creativity, martial arts and healing
  • Cernunnos – The ‘Horned God’, God of Nature, Animals, Fertility and the Underworld
  • Cerridwen – Moon Goddess, Goddess of Dark Prophecy and the Underworld
  • Coventina – Goddess of Rivers, Abundance, Inspiration and Prophecy
  • Epona – Horse Goddess, Goddess of Prosperity, Healing, Nurturance and Sustainence
  • Latis – Goddess of Water and Beer
  • Lugh – Sun God, God of War, Mastery, Magic and Good Harvest
  • Morrigan – Goddess of War, Revenge, Night, Magic and Prophecy. Queen of Fairies and Witches

Egyptian / African Gods & Goddesses

  • Amun – King of the Gods brings power to the circle.
  • Ani-lbo – Goddess of Birth, Death, Happiness and Love
  • Anubis – God of the Dead
  • Atum – First God, God of Perfection
  • Bast/et – Goddess of Protection
  • Bes – Goddess of Childbirth and Family; Protection for Children, Pregnant Women and Families
  • Geb – God of the Earth
  • Hathor – Goddess of Love and Joy
  • Horus – God of the Sky, Ruler of Egypt
  • Isis – Goddess of Protection and Magic
  • Leza – Creator who is Compassionate and Merciful (Rhodesia)
  • Ma’at – Goddess of Truth, Justice and Harmony
  • Nephthys – Goddess of the Dead
  • Ngai – High God, Creator and Giver of All Things (East Africa)
  • Nun – God of Water and Chaos
  • Nut – Goddess of the Sky who Covers the Earth
  • Nzambi – Unapproachable God, Sovereign Master
  • Obatala – Goddess of Earth and People, Creator
  • Osiris – God of the Dead, Ruler of the Underworld
  • Ra – Sun God Raluvhimba – God of the Heavens, Creator
  • Seshat – Goddess of Writing and Measurement
  • Seth – God of Chaos
  • Thoth – God of Writing and Knowledge
  • Wadjet – Cobra Goddess, Protector of the King

Greek & Roman Gods and Goddesses

  • Aphrodite (Greek) – Goddess of Love (Venus)
  • Apollo (Greek) – God of Civilization and the Arts
  • Ares (Greek) – God of War (Mars)
  • Artemis (Greek) – Goddess of Childbirth and Hunting (Diana)
  • Athena (Greek) – Goddess of War, Wisdom and Arts (Minerva)
  • Ceres (Roman) – Goddess of Agriculture and Good Harvest (Demeter)
  • Cupid (Roman) – The God of Love (Eros)
  • Demeter (Greek) – Goddess of Earth, Agriculture and Fertility (Ceres)
  • Diana (Roman) – Goddess of the Hunt and Protector of Children (Artemis)
  • Dionysos (Greek) – God of Wine
  • Eos (Greek) – Goddess of the Dawn, Mother of the West Wind
  • Hades (Greek) – God of the Underworld and the Dead (Pluto)
  • Hebe (Greek) – Goddess of Eternal Youth
  • Hecate (Greek) – Goddess of the Underworld, Witchcraft and Black Magic
  • Hera (Greek) – Goddess of Marriage, Family and Home
  • Hermes (Greek) – God of Merchants (Mercury)
  • Hestia (Greek) – Goddess of Hearth, Fire and Family Life
  • Hypnos (Greek) – God of Sleep
  • Jupiter (Roman) – King of the Gods (Zeus) )
  • Morpheus (Greek) -God of Dreams
  • Nemesis (Greek) – Goddess of Vengeance
  • Nike(Greek) – Goddess of Victory
  • Persephone (Greek) – Goddess of Fertility and Nature
  • Poseidon (Greek) – God of Horses, Earthquakes, Storms and the Sea (Neptune)
  • Selene (Greek) – Goddess of the Moon
  • Triton (Greek) – Merman Sea God

Norse Gods & Goddesses

  • Freya – Goddess of Love, Beauty, War, Magic and Wisdom
  • Freyr – God of Fertility and Success
  • Frigga – Goddess Mother of All, Protector of Children
  • Hel – Goddess of the Dead and the Afterlife
  • Loki – God of Fire, Trickster God
  • Odin – God of all Men, Father of all Gods
  • Skadi – Goddess of Winter and Hunting
  • Thor – God of Sky and Thunder
  • Tyr – God of War and Law

American Indian Pantheon

Like the Celts the Native Americans were not one unified body, but thousands of culturally distinct tribes complete with separate languages and religious practices. Also Native American dieties only bear a superficial resemblance to Western dieties. This is because the Native Americans had the idea of immanant diety down pat. Every thing has a spirit, a life of it’s own, a name by which you can call it and by studying it and emulating it you can learn it’s secrets. Whether it be an animal or a rock or a force of nature, each has it’s own life essence separate yet part of the greater whole and all divine. There WERE some overiding concepts though which covered many tribes and it is these that I will cover.

  • Great Spirit ~ Also known as Master of Life, Father the Sky, Great Mystery, Wakonda, Tirawa, and Kitcki Manitou. It is he who is responsible for creating life, the divine essence which infuses all things. He can manifest himself as anything or any animal, though these animals are extremely large and either made of light or pure white. He guards and protects all things and only “interferes” when the natural order has been greatly disturbed and many lives are threatened.
  • Sun ~ Sun is the next most powerful spirit and though he follows the Great Spirit’s will he is not subordinate to him. Sun brings light and heat. When he is happy he shines on the Earth and helps the plants grow, when he is displeased he hides his face and the earth grows cold. When he is angry he burns very hot and menand animals wither. Every day he travels across the sky watching the actions of men and rewarding them or punishing them as he sees fit.
  • Moon ~ Sister to the Sun. She travels the night sky bringing light, but she is constantly changing in her moods and her appearance. Moon is the special protector of women who like her change monthly. Women’s magick is called Moon Magick.
  • Mother Earth ~ Also known as Grandmother and Nokomis. She is the one who gives birth to all the living things and supports and nurtures them in conjunction with the Great Spirit and to her all things return when they die. She is the beginning and end of life. She is wise and generous and all living things are sacred to her. She is the fount of all waters.
  • ThunderBird ~ or just Thunder. He is the messenger of the Great Spirit. He brings warnings of danger and the Great Spirit’s displeasure. He also carries a great lake on his back that he sprinkles on the ground when it is dry so that plants may grow. This is one of the tales I tell my children when they are scared of the lightning and the thunder, that it is just Thunderbird bringing us the rain that the Corn Maiden may grow and provide us with food.
  • Fire ~ He is charged by the Great Spirit to bring warmth and light, but he is a greedy spirit and continually wants to be fed. If he is not carefully bound then he eats everything in sight.
  • The Winds ~ The four winds bring rain and blessing, if displeased they can also bring destruction and drought.
  • Animal Spirits ~ There are many, many animal spirits. Among them Coyote, Raven, Fox, Eagle, Owl, Snake, Dragonfly, Beaver, Buffalo, and so on. Each has it’s own characteristics and wisdom to teach.

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