Saturday, February 19, 2011

D is for Deities

There are so many deities that I can do a full alphabet for both gods and goddesses! I'll list god, (from which culture) / goddess, (from which culture).

Atum (Egyptian) / Athena (Greek)
Bonus Eventus (Roman) / Baubo (Greek)
Chango (Caribbean) / Cerridwen (Celtic)
Dharma (Hindu) / Demeter (Greek)
Ea (Sumerian) / Eire (Celtic)
Feng Po (Chinese) / Freyja (Teutonic)
Ganesha (Hindu) / Gaia (Greek)
Heng (Huron People, North America) / Hygeia (Greek)
Indra (Hindu) / Inanna (Sumerian)
Jizo-Bosatsu (Japanese) / Juno (Roman)
Kama (Polynesian) / Keket (Egyptian)
Lugh (Celtic) / Luna (Roman)
Marduk (Sumerian) / Maia (Roman)
Nefertum (Egyptian) / Nai-nai-miao (Chinese)
Osiris (Egyptian) / Oya (Yoruba People, Africa)
Palulop (Micronesian) / Persephone (Greek)
Quetzalcoatl (Mayan) / Qebhet (Egyptian)
Rongo (Polynesian) / Rhiannon (Celtic)
Shiva (Hindu) / Sedna (Inuit)
Tecciztecatl (Aztec) / Tara (Hindu)
Unkulunkulu (Zulu People, Africa) / Ukemochi (Japanese)
Vainamoinen (Finnish) / Voluptas (Roman)
Wen-ti (Chinese) / Waka-sana-me-no-kami (Japanese)
Xochipilli (Aztec) / Xquiq (Mayan)
Yahweh (Hebrew) / Yamai (Koli People, India)
Zeus (Greek) / Zvezda Dennitsa (Slavic)

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