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    Anat
    Virgin Goddess of war and strife.
    Anat is a virgin Goddess of war and strife. She was worshipped in her aspect
    of a war goddess during the Hyksos period in Egypt.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Canaanite
    Consort: Ba'al, Hadad
    Planet: Mars
    Symbols: Atef Crown
    ~~~~~
    Nodens
    God of healing.
    Nodens is a God of healing, the sea, hunting and dogs. He was worshipped
    in ancient Britain at Lydney Park in Gloucestershire and was equated with the
    Roman gods Mars, Mercury, Neptune and Silvanus.
    --~--
    Pantheon: Celtic
    Animals: Dogs
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    Baalat Gebal
    Goddess of the city of Byblos.

    Ba‘alat Gebal ("Lady of Byblos") is the goddess of the city of Byblos,
    she was known to the Greeks as Baaltis or Atargatis. She was depicted with two,
    tall, upright feathers in her headdress.

    --~--
    Pantheon: Phoenician
    Abode: Byblos
    Symbols: Two Feathers
    ~~~~~
    Ngai
    Supreme God.

    Ngai is the Supreme God who created mankind from a single tree.
    He is the god of the sun, love and was the creator of the world.
    --~--
    Pantheon: African
    Abode: Kirinyaga
    Consort: Olapa
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    Lajja Gauri
    Goddess of Abundance and Fertility.

    Lajja Gauri is a Goddess of Abundance and Fertility.
    Her fertility aspect is emphasized by symbolic representation of the genitals.
    She is invoked for abundant crops and good progeny.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Hindu
    Symbols: Yoni
    ~~~~~

    Vahagn
    God of thunder and lightning.

    Vahagn is a God of thunder and lightning, sun-god, god of courage.
    He is also a God of fire and war. He formed a triad with Aramazd and Anahit,
    and was identified with Heracles.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Armenian
    Animals: Dragon
    Musical Instrument: Lyre
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    3-7-2016 God and Goddess of the day

    March 7th 2016
    Pietas
    Goddess of duty.
    Pietas is a Goddess of duty, loyalty and piety.
    She was often pictured on Roma coins, as a woman conducting
    a sacrifice by means of fire at an altar.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Roman
    Element: Fire
    ~~~~~
    Njoku Ji
    God of the Yam.
    Njoku Ji is a God and guardian of the Yam. He is still honoured in annual rituals.
    --~--

    Pantheon: African
    Plant/Tree: Yam
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    Nuwa
    Creator Goddess.

    Nuwa (Nu-wa) is a Creator Goddess who created mankind and repaired the wall of heaven.
    She is both the sister and the wife of Fu Xi.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Chinese
    Abode: Mount K'un-lun
    Consort: Fu Xi
    Element: Earth
    Offerings: Fire
    ~~~~~

    Borvo
    God of Healing and Spring Waters.

    Borvo is a God of Healing and Spring Waters.
    He was particularly worshipped at Bourbonne-les-Bains.
    He was often equated with Apollo.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Celtic
    Abode: Springs, Rivers
    Consort: Damona, Bormana
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    Uma
    Goddess of the Mountains.
    Uma (Lady of the Mountains) is a Goddess of the Mountains.
    Goddess Uma is glorified in Indian literature and sculptures as being beautiful,
    as a mediator in the conflicts of heaven, as a daughter of Himavat,
    the God of the Great Himalayan Mountains and the heavenly nymph Mena,
    also as a sister of the sacred river Ganga (the Ganges).
    --~--

    Pantheon: Hindu
    Abode: Mount Kailash
    Animals: Snake, Lion, Tiger
    Consort: Shiva
    Element: Earth
    Plant/Tree: Lotus flower
    Symbols: Trident, Sword, Mace, Conch shell, Discus, Bow and arrow, Shield
    ~~~~~
    Ekkeko
    God of the hearth and wealth.
    Ekkeko was a god of the hearth and wealth.
    The ancients made dolls that represented him and placed a
    miniature version of their desires onto the doll;
    this was believed to cause the user to receive what he desired.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Inca
    Element: Fire
    Offerings: Dolls
    Planet: Moon
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    Nirrti
    Goddess of death and corruption.

    Nirrti is a Goddess of death and corruption.
    She is also one of the Guardians of the directions, representing the southwest.
    She is described as dark, dressed in dark clothes and her sacrificial shares are dark husks.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Hindu
    Direction: Southwest
    ~~~~~

    Miming
    Minor forest god.

    Miming is a Minor forest god. In the myth of the death of Balder,
    Miming's sword is the weapon that Hodur uses to slay Balder.
    The sword was said to have been forged by Weyland, the god of smithing,
    for his son Heime.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Norse
    Abode: Forests
    Symbols: Sword
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    Tlazolteotl
    Goddess of lust, carnality, sexual misdeeds.
    Tlazolteotl is a Goddess of lust, carnality, sexual misdeeds.
    She is also a goddess of purification, steam bath, midwives, filth,
    and a patroness of adulterers. Her festival, Ochpaniztli,
    was held September 2–21 to recognize the harvest season.
    The ceremonies included ritual cleaning, sweeping, and repairing;
    as well as the casting of corn seed, dances, and military ceremonies.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Aztec
    Planet: Venus
    Time: Harvest
    ~~~~~
    Daikokuten
    God of wealth.
    Daikokuten is a God of wealth, the harvest, the household, the kitchen.
    He is one of the Seven Gods of Fortune. He is often portrayed holding a golden mallet.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Japanese
    Colours: Gold
    Symbols: Coins, Black Cap
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    Meretseger
    Cobra-goddess of tomb builders and protector of royal tombs.
    Meretseger ("she who loves silence") is a Cobra-goddess of tomb builders and protector of royal tombs.
    She was connected with al-Qurn, the pyramid-shaped peak in the Valley of the Kings.
    She was the patron deity of the workers in Deir el-Medina who built the tombs.
    She punished workers who committed crimes, but healed those who repented. As a cobra,
    she spat poison at anyone who tried to vandalise or rob the royal tombs.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Egyptian
    Abode: Mountain
    Animals: Cobra
    Symbols: Cobra
    ~~~~~
    Rundas
    God of the hunt and good fortune.
    Rundas is the God of the hunt and of good fortune. In carvings he is represented by a glyph
    of a double-headed eagle with a hare in each talon.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Hittite
    Animals: Eagle, Hare
    Symbols: Double-headed eagle
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    Voluptas
    Goddess of pleasure.
    Voluptas is a Goddess of pleasure, and a daughter of Cupid and Psyche.
    She is often found in the company of the Charites, or Three Graces,
    and she is known as the goddess of sensual pleasures.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Roman
    Planet: Venus
    ~~~~~
    Zhao Gongming
    God of prosperity.
    Zhao Gongming (Cai Shen)("God of Wealth") is the God of prosperity.
    He was initially a folk hero, who was later deified and venerated by local followers and admirers.
    He is often invoked during the Chinese New Year celebrations.
    He is often depicted riding a black tiger and holding a golden rod.
    --~--

    Pantheon: Chinese
    Animals: Tiger
    Colours: Black
    Crystal: Gold
    Symbols: Golden Rod
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