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PostSubject: Dieties and other Gods and Goddess's   Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:38 am

Aer: Wales. Goddess of war and revenge. Goddess of the River Dee.

Aine: Ireland. Moon Goddess and patroness of crops and cattle.
Associated with the Summer Solstice.

Andraste: Britain. A war and nature Goddess. Associated with the hare
And Ostara.

Anu/ Dana/Dana-Ana: Ireland. Mother Goddess, Greatest of all
Goddesses. Goddess of plenty.Maiden aspect of the triple Goddess,
formed with Goddesses macha and Badb.

Aphrodite: Greek; Goddess of passionate, sexual love. Aphrodite will
assist you in pulling loving energy towards yourself.

Aradia: Italian: Queen of the Witches, daughter of Diana. Aradia is
an extremely powerful entity and a protectress of Witches in general.

Arianrhod: Welsh; Goddess of the stars and reincarnation. Call on
Arianrhod to help with past life memories and difficulties as well as
for contacting the Star People.

Artemis: Greek; Goddess of the Moon.

Astarte: Greek; Fertility Goddess. Whether you wish to bear children
or have a magnificent garden, Astarte will assist in your desire.

Athena: Greek; Warrior Goddess and Protectress. Someone giving you a
rough time at work? Call on Athena to help you.

Badbh: Ireland, Gaul. In Gaul known as Cauth Bodva. War Goddess. Part
of the triple Goddess aspect with Anu and Macha. Asscoaited with
cauldrons, ravens, life and wisdom.

Bast: Egyptian; Goddess of Protection and Cats. Bast is great for
vehicle travel as well as walking down a dark alley. Call on her
essence in the form of a giant panther to see you through to your

Blodwin/ Blanchflor: Wales,Gaul. Goddess of the earth in bloom.
Associated with flowers,owls and ceremonies. Goddess of initiation

Brigantia: Britain. Goddess of pastures and rivers. Associated with

Brigid: Celtic; Warrior Goddess and Protectress and Preserver. Brigid
is also a Triple Goddess. She is strong and wise. Call on her to help
protect your children in a tough situation. Invocation to Brigid.

Caillech Beine Bric/ Scota: Scotland. Destroyer Goddess of the
Underworld. The name for Scotland comes from her( original name was

Ceres: Roman; Goddess of the Harvest.

Cerridwen: Welsh; Moon and Harvest Goddess and Goddess of nature.
Goddess of the Underworld and the cauldron of inspiration.

Demeter: Greed; Earth Mother archetype. Excellent Goddess where
birthing or small children are involved.

Diana: Roman; Moon Goddess and Goddess of the Hunt. Diana is many
faceted. She is a seductress (as she enchanted her brother Lucifer to
beget Aradia in the form of a cat) as well as a mother figure for
Witches. Invocation to Diana.

Dryads: Greek; feminine spirits of the trees.

Flora: Roman; Goddess of Spring and Birth. For beautiful flowers,
babies, and all bounties of Earth Mother.

Fortuna: Roman; Goddess of Fate.

Freys: Scandinavian; Moon Goddess and wife/lover of Odin. Also
commander of the Valkyries.

Hathor: Egyptian; Protectress of Women in Business. A Hathor's Mirror
is very important for the Witch. Hathor was cunning as well as

Hecate: Egyptian; Moon Goddess as in Crone or Dark Mother.

Hera: Greek; Goddess of Marriage. If handfasting or some type of
commitment is the issue, Hera is the Goddess to seek. Just remember
that she has a vindictive side.

Hestia: Greek; Goddess of Home and Hearth. Building a house,
remodeling, or apartment hunting. Safety in the home and family unit.

Inanna: Sumerian; Goddess representation of the Mother.

Isis: Egyptian; represents the Complete Goddess or the Triple
Goddess. Invocation to Isis.

Kali: Hindu; Creative/Destructive Goddess. Protectress of abused
women. Kali-Ma should be called if a woman is in fear of physical
danger. Her power is truly awesome.

Lilith: Hebrew; Adam's first wife and said to be turned into a
demoness; however, you may change your mind. In Silver RavenWolf's
opinion, Lilith was a Star Woman bred with Adam. This would make her
a Goddess of Higher Intelligence or a representation of the Star
People. Associated with sexuality and the dark side.

Macha: Ireland. Mother of life and death. A war Goddess. Associated
with ravens and crows. Dominates males with sexual cunning and force.
She was honored at Lughnassadh.

Maat: Egyptian; Goddess of Justice and Divine Order. Maat is the true
balance of any situation. She plays no favorites and will dispense
justice to all parties involved. Be sure your own slate is clean in
the situation before you call her.

Morgan: Ireland, Wales, Britian; Crone aspect of the triple Goddess.
Goddess of War, magick, fate and death.. She was also doubled with
The Lady of the Lake. Associtaed with ravens,crows,shapeshifting,
magick,prophecy,wisdom,war,peace and night. It is Morgan who taught
Merlin his magick Patroness of priestesses and witches.

Morgan Le Fay: Welsh. Death Goddess. Glamorgan in Wales is her sacred

Muses: Greek; Goddess of Inspiration who vary in number depending
upon the pantheon used.

Nephtys: Egyptian; Goddess of Surprises, Sisters and Midwives.

Norns: Celtic; the three sisters of the Wyrd. Responsible for weaving
fate- past, present and future.

Nuit: Egyptian; Sky Mother. Often seen depicted in circular fashion
cradling the stars.

Persephone: Greek; Goddess of the Underworld as well as Harvest.
Daughter of Demeter.

Rhiannon: Wales. Goddess of birds and horses. She rides a white
horse. Goddess of the Underworld.

Selene: Greek; Goddess of the Moon and Solutions. Appeal to Selene to
bring a logical answer to any problem.

Valkyries: Scandinavian; women warriors who carried the souls of men
slain in battle to heaven.

Venus: Roman; Goddess of Love and Romance.

Vesta: Roman; Goddess of Fire.

Adonis: Greek; consort of Aphrodite. Also another name for "Lord." In
Phoenician his counterpart is Astarte. A vegetation God. Roman
counterpart is Venus.

Amaethon: Wales. God of agriculture.

Anubis: Egyptian; guardian of Isis. Jackal-Headed God of Protection.
Call on hem to protect both home and person.

Apollo: Greek and Roman; twin brother of Artemis. God of the Sun,
Light and the Arts.

Apsu: Babylonian; his mate is Tiamat.

Bel/Bile/Belenus: Ireland. Sun and fire God. Associated with
fire,sun, purification, success, crops,fertility and cattle. Seen in
the festival of Beltane.

Bran: Wales. The giant. God of prophecy,the arts,leaders,war,music
and writing. Associated with ravens.

Camulos - Britian,Gaul. War God

Cernunnos: Celtic; Horned God and consort of the Lady. God of Nature.
Also called Herne The Hunter. He represents the darker aspects of

Eros: Greek; God of Romance and Passionate Love.

Green Man: God of nature: The male spirit of nature, life and growth.
The Green Man

Herne The Hunter: Britain. The dark lord. God of the hunt, wild
animals, and forests. Associated with the Gods, Cernunnos and Gwynn
ap Nudd.

Horus: Egyptian; Head of a Falcon and body of a man. God of the all-
seeing eye and healing.

Hymen: Greek; God of Marriage and Commitment. His counterpart is

Kai: Wales. A fire and smithing God.

Lucifer: Italian: Soulmate and Brother of Diana. Father of Aradia.
God of the Sun and Light.

Lugh: Ireland,Wales. Sun and War God. Connected with the festival of
Lughnassadh, a harvest festival. Associated with ravens. and a white

Math Mathonwy: Wales, Britian. God of magick,sorcery and enchantment.

Mithra: Persian; Sun God and bringer of Light. A soldier's God.

Odin: Scandinavian; counterpart of Freya. This is the God who hung on
the Tree of Yggdrasil to obtain second sight. His familiars are the
Raven and the Wolf. He is depicted as a terrible God, in his old age
as a God of Wisdom and psychic sight. He is the giver of Runes.

Osiris: Egyptian; counterpart of Isis. Over-all God form including
vegetation and after-life.

Owen ap Urien: Wales. God of wisdom, magick and war. Associated with

Pan: Greek; God of Nature and the Woods, Laughter and Passion. Also
music and personal abandon. Invocation to Pan.

Poseidon: Greek; God of the Sea. His familiars are dolphins and

Ptah: Egyptian; Expert craftsman and designer. God of creative
enterprise with the hands.

Shiva: Hindu; consort of Kali. God of the universal cycle of birth-
death-rebirth. Shiva can be both kind and terrible.

Sucellus: Britain. Father God , a sky God. God of
authority,success,protection and strength.

Thor: Scandinavian; God of the Sky and Thunder. A kindly God of the
common people, including farmers and sailors.

Thoth: Egyptian; God of Reincarnation. Also a Moon God and favorable
to science and wisdom.

Most Wiccans believe in a single ultimate reality that pervades the
universe and is expressed in the Goddess and God. Most traditions
worship the two deities as equals where none deserves more importance
than the other. An attempt is usually made to reflect this balance in
the coven, although men tend to be a minority in the Wiccan religion.
One notable exception is Dianic Wicca, which worships the Goddess
exclusively and only women are admitted to the covens.

The "Triple Goddess" refers to the Wiccan Goddess in her three
aspects, Maiden, Mother and Crone. This perspective on the Goddess
celebrates her three main forms or appearances, while also adding
meaning to the stages of women's lives. All three forms of the
Goddess (and stages of life) are regarded as equally valuable and
desirable. The Maiden exemplifies innocence and adventurousness, the
Mother embodies compassionate love, and the Crone represents wisdom.

The Triple Goddess is worshipped in three of the four phases of the
moon: waxing, full, and waning. Some add a fourth aspect to the
Goddess to correspond to the new moon, such as the Dark Goddess.

The male God of Wicca is known as the Great God, the Great Father or,
most commonly, the Horned God. "Horned God" is a modern syncretistic
term that combines similar gods from a wide variety of pagan
traditions. The archetypal Horned God is based on, among others, the
Celtic Cernunnos, the Welsh Caerwiden, the English Herne the Hunter,
the Hindu Pashupati, the Greek Pan and the satyrs, and even the
Paleolithic cave painting "the Sorcerer" in the Cave of the Three
Brothers in France. There are also a number of related British folk
figures, such as Puck, Robin Goodfellow, and the Green Man.

In Wicca, the Horned God is associated with hunting, strength, and
virility. His imagery is of a man with horns or antlers. He is often
portrayed with an erect phallus, a symbol of the power to create
life. Another symbol of his sexual prowess and virility is the
occasional presence of cloven hoofs or the hindquarters of a goat.
With the Great Goddess, the Horned God is part of the duality that
makes up all reality.

In addition to the main Goddess and God, many Wiccans worship various
other deities, most of which are drawn from Celtic pagan traditions.
Eastern deities such as Kwan Yin or Shiva are also worshipped by some

In the Feri Tradition, the main gods are the Blue God and the Star
Goddess. Alexandrian Wiccans "work with and worship the Old Gods of
Europe, primarily focusing on Our Lady of the Moon and her Consort,
the Horned One. Our Gods are not jealous, and Alexandrian initiates
may work with other deities on a personal or group basis as well."

With regard to the afterlife, Wiccans reject traditional Christian
notions of Heaven and Hell and most believe in reincarnation. Some
Wiccans believe reincarnation is eternal, in accordance with the
cyclical nature of the universe, while others believe that one will
eventually attain a place of rest called the Summerlands.

Another notable aspect of Wiccan belief is the set of Four or Five
Elements of nature. Some hold to the earlier Greek conception of the
classical elements (air, fire, water, earth), while others recognize
five elements: earth, air, water, fire, and spirit (akasha). Some see
the points of the pentagram symbol as representing the five elements.
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