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  1. #221
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    Maia
    Goddess of Growth and Increase.
    Maia is a Goddess of Growth and Increase. She is associated with the Earth (Terra) and Bona Dea. The month of May (Latin Maius) was supposedly named for Maia.
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    Pantheon: Roman
    Animals: Cow
    Element: Earth
    Time: May
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    Iktomi
    Spider-Trickster God.
    Iktomi is a Spider-Trickster God. He is a shapeshifter who can take any form, including human. He can use strings to control humans like puppets.
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    Pantheon: Ameri-Indian
    Animals: Spider
    Colours: Red, Yellow, White
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    Idun
    Goddess of the spring and eternal youth.
    Idun or Idunn ("ever young") is the Goddess of the spring, eternal youth and the keeper of the golden apples and granter of eternal youthfulness.
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    Pantheon: Norse
    Colours: Gold
    Consort: Bragi
    Offerings: Apples
    Symbols: Apples
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    Cernunnos
    God of Fertility, Life, Animals, Wealth, and the Underworld.
    Cernunnos is the Horned God of Fertility, Life, Animals, Wealth, and the Underworld. He is often depicted as a horned deity, sitting cross-legged with animals and holding or wearing torcs. He is a god of nature or fertility, he is the "Lord of the Animals" or the "Lord of Wild Things".
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    Pantheon: Celtic
    Abode: Underworld, Wildwood
    Animals: Stag, Ram-horned Serpent, Bulls, Dogs, Rats
    Colours: Green, Gold, Silver
    Consort: Maiden Goddess Of Beltane
    Crystal: Peridot, Amber, Jet, Rock Crystal
    Day: Sunday, Wednesday
    Direction: North
    Element: Earth
    Incense: Rosemary, Pine, Sandalwood, Cinnamon, Musk
    Musical Instrument: Pipes
    Offerings: Acorns, Oak Leaves, Mistletoe, Fruit, Grain
    Planet: Mercury
    Plant/Tree: Ivy, Oak, Mistletoe, Juniper, Valerian
    Symbols: Horns, Torcs
    Time: Midnight
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    Unut
    Snake Goddess

    Unut ("The Swift One") (Wenut, Wenet) was a snake goodess from the 15th Nome of Upper Egypt and was worshipped with Thoth. In later periods she was depicted with a woman's body and a hare's head.

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    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Animals: Snakes, Hares
    Consort: Wenenu
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    Viracocha
    God of everything.

    Viracocha (Wiracocha) is the Creator God of everything, he is the substance from which all things are created. he created the universe, sun, moon, and stars, time and civilization. He was worshipped as god of the sun and of storms. He was represented as wearing the sun for a crown, with thunderbolts in his hands, and tears descending from his eyes as rain. According to mythology Viracocha rose from Lake Titicaca during the time of darkness to bring forth light. He is depicted a tall man, with short hair, dressed like a priest or an astronomer with tunic and a bonnet with four pointed corners.

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    Pantheon: Inca
    Symbols: Sun, Thunderbolts, Tears, Rain, Light
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    Papatuanuku
    Primordial earth mother

    Papatuanuku (Papa) is the Primordial earth mother, who with Rangi, lie locked together in a tight embrace. They have many children, all of whom are forced to live in the cramped darkness between them. Tane, god of forests and birds, forces his parents apart, where Rongo and Tangaroa had failed.
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    Pantheon: Maori
    Abode: Earth
    Consort: Rangi

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    Dagur
    The personification of day.

    Dagur ("Day") (Dagr) is the personification of day, he drives the day chariot across the sky. He is the son of the god Dellingr and is associated with the bright-maned horse Skinfaxi, who "draws day to mankind".
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    Pantheon: Norse
    Abode: Sky
    Animals: Horses
    Time: Daytime

    (I thought I had posted yesterdays! oops?)
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    Kyan-Yin
    Goddess of fecundity and healing.
    Kyan-Yin
    Kyan-Yin ("Observing the Sounds of the World") (Guanyin) is the Goddess of fecundity and healing. Buddhists believe that after, they are placed by Guanyin in the heart of a lotus, and then sent to the western pure land of Sukhavati. She is depicted in a white robe and necklaces, with a jar containing pure water, and a willow branch. Guanyin is often depicted as meditating.
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    Pantheon: Chinese
    Animals: Dragon, Parrot
    Offerings: Water
    Plant/Tree: Willow
    Symbols: Lotus
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    Mani
    God of the moon
    Mani ("Moon") is the God of the moon and brother of the sun goddess Sol. Máni "guides the path of the moon and controls its waxing and waning." Máni is followed through the heavens by the brother and sister children Hjúki and Bil.
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    Pantheon: Norse
    Planet: Moon
    Symbols: Moon
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    Diana
    Goddess of Fertility, Hunting, and the Moon
    Diana ("heavenly, divine") (Diana Nemorensis - Diana Of The Wood) is the Goddess of Fertility, Hunting, the Moon, childbirth and the wild woodlands and associated with the constellation of Ursa Major. She is also associated with fire festivals, her title Vesta, indicates a perpetual holy fire in her sanctuary. Her annual festival, held on August 13th, where she is invoked to protect the harvest from autumn storms, is the middle of summer, when the sun is at its hottest. Diana is often depicted holding a torch, a symbolic reminder of the fiery nature of the Goddess.
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    Pantheon: Roman
    Abode: Oak groves
    Animals: Dog, Deer
    Day: Monday, Friday
    Plant/Tree: Oak Tree
    Time: Festival of Diana - February 12th, August 13th, Nov 22nd, November
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    Sterquilinus
    God of fertilizer.
    Sterquilinus (Stercutus or Sterculius) is a God of fertilizer and fertilization of farmland. He was associated with supervising the manuring of the fields.
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    Pantheon: Roman
    Abode: Fields
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    God and Goddess of the day

    6/26/2018

    Imentet--Goddess of the necropolis west of the Nile.

    Imentet (Amentet, Ament) is the Goddess of the necropolis west of the Nile. She is depicted wearing the symbol for west on her head. She welcomed the deceased to the afterlife. She is also associated with fertility and rebirth. She was believed to live in a tree at the edge of the desert.

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    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Abode: Tree, Necropolis
    Animals: Hawk
    Direction: West
    Symbols: West, Scepter, Ankh, Ostrich Feather
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    Makeatutara--Guardian of the underworld

    Makeatutara is the guardian of the underworld. He is the father of Maui and is wife is Taranga. While performing a dedication ritual over Maui, he missed a god in the incantation, which meant that Maui was fated to die and thus humankind is mortal.
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    Pantheon: Maori
    Abode: Underworld
    Consort: Taranga
    Element: Earth

    (I'm so sorry! I thought I had been posting these last 8, 10 days never realizing they hadn't been posting right!) ooops?
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    Amunet
    Primordial goddess

    Amunet ("the female hidden one") (Amonet, Amaunet) is a Primordial goddess. She is a member of the Ogdoad and the consort of Amun. Amunet was depicted as a woman wearing the Red Crown and carrying a staff of papyrus.

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    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Consort: Amun
    Plant/Tree: Papyrus
    Symbols: Red Crown, Papyrus

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    Tezcatlipoca
    God of the Night, Ruler of the North

    Tezcatlipoca
    Tezcatlipoca ("Smoking Mirror") is the God of providence, matter and the invisible, ruler of the night. His main festival was the Toxcatl ceremony celebrated in the month of May. He is associated with a wide range of concepts including the night winds, hurricanes, the north, the earth, obsidian, enmity, discord, rulership, divination, temptation, jaguars, sorcery, beauty, war and strife.

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    Pantheon: Aztec
    Animals: Jaguar
    Colours: Black, Turquoise
    Crystal: Obsidian, Turquoise
    Incense: Copal Incense, Singing, Dancing
    Planet: Sun
    Symbols: Mirrors, Jaguar
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