In the following table you will find a number of Fallen Heavenly Powers that many people have needed to be untethered from. Read each name out loud. Click the names that cause you to feel uneasy, dizzy, sick, or uncomfortable.
Aah Later renamed "Iah," this is the ancient Egyptian entity of the moon. Other names for this entity: Yah, Jah, or Joh.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Aamon A marquis of hell, known as "marquis Amon". Other names of this entity: Amon and Nahum.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Abadir A serpent entity of Ophite origin; with a name meaning "scattered". Other names of this entity: Orus.Category:Fallen Angels Abalam Known as "king Paimon" with charge over 200 spirits. Other names for this entity: Paimon. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Abbadon With a name meaning "destruction," and known as "king of locusts armies". Other names of this entity: Apollyon. Mentioned in the Bible: Rev. 9:11.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Abdiel The counterfeit seraph Abdiel is an imitation of the Seraph Abdiel mentioned in Milton's Paradise Lost. Other names of this entity: Abdullah. Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Abigar Associated to be a horse made from the remains of the Garden of Eden. Other names for this entity: Abigor or Eligor.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Abu A Sumerian entity tasked over plants. A name meaning "father of plants and vegetation."Category:Ancients Wiki Link Abuchaba Associated to the west wind, said to be "tied to the west wind". Known to be servant to Harthan.Category:Other Achacila Characterized to take on the form of an animal. Stoicheion from Incan folklore that is also associated with spirit of the Andean mountain. Other names for this entity: Acacila.Category:Meso/South American Achelois Her name means "she who drives away pain". She is a female entity tasked over the moon.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Achelous Patron entity tasked over the riverCategory:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Achilles A hybrid that was dipped in the Styx river to gain partial immortality. Known as a valiant hero during the Trojan war; other names of this entity: Achilles.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Aclla Other names for this entity: Virgins of the Sun, Wives of Inca or Chosen Women.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Adad An Akkadian entity tasked over weather, hurricanes, storm, rain and thunder, similar to Zeus. Other names of this entity: Ba'al, Baal-Zephon, Hadad, Iskur, Pidar, or Rapiu.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Adramalech With a name meaning "magnificent king", a Semitic principality. Other names of this entity: Andramelech, Adrammelech or Sepharvaim. Mentioned in the Bible: 2 Kings 19:37; Isaiah 37:38.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Aeneas A hybrid that was the child of Anchise and Aphrodite. Known as "the first true hero of Rome".Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Aeolus The entity tasked over the four Anemoi: Boreas (north), Zephyrus (west), Notus (south), Eurus (east). He was often characterized as a mortal that controlled the winds.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Agares A duke of hell, known as "duke Agares"; a demon. Other names of this entity: Agarus, Agaros, or Agarat.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Aglaea One of the Charites, with the name meaning "shining". Of the three Charites this is said to be the youngest and is a daughter of Zeus. Other names of this entity: Aglaia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ah Puch This is the underworld of the Mayans meaning "place of fear". The Milky Way is associated to be the path to Xibalba.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Ahriman Meaning "destructive spirit or mentality". Other names for this entity: Angra Mainyu or Druj.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Ahura Mazda Known as the highest entity of Zoroastrianism. Other names for this entity: Ormizd, Ormazd, Oromasdes, Ohrmazd, Ahuramazda, Hourmazd, Hormazd, and Hurmuz.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Aim Known as "duke Aim"; characterized as a man with three heads. Other names of this entity: Harborym or Aym.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Akbar A deified emperor from India's Mughal Empire, although a practicing Muslim he was known to for his religious tolerant policies. Known as "Akbar the great."Category:Middle Eastern Wiki Link Aker An underworld and earth entity known to be guardian to the eastern and western horizons of the afterlife. Often characterized as a twin lions or sphinx with a human face.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Alastor Has the name meaning, "avenger", this entity is known to avenge bloodshed especially familial.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Albion A giant from the mythology of William Blake.Category:Other Alexiares Often associated with his twin Anicetus, he is one of Hercules children. A guardian, tasked over protecting towns and cities.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Alexius Known as "a man of God", who fled marriage to live a life dedicated to God. Associated with Madonna St Alexius.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Alloces Known as "duke Alloces", a demon characterized as a lion-headed soldier that breathes fire. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Allu From Sumerian mythology and known to be a "vengeful spirit". A demon without ears, lips or mouth.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Alopius A son of Hercules, this is a hybrid. Mother was princess Antiope, daughter of Thespius.Category:Greco-Roman Amaterasu Japan's female entity tasked over the sun from Shinto mythology. A name meaning, "shining in heaven", also known as "goddess of the universe". Other names for this entity: Ōhirume-no-much-no-kami or Amaterasu-ōmikami. Category:Asian Wiki Link Amaymon A king of hell known as the east. Other names of this entity: Amaimon or AmoymonCategory:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Am-heh Living in a lake of fire, this entity is often characterized to have human body but a dog's head. Known as the "eater of eternity" and "devourer of millions" , he is from the underworld.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Amdusias Known as "duke Amdusias"; this is a demon associated with thunder, with the power to make trees bend at will. Other names for this entity: Ambduscias, Amdukias, or Amduscias.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Amenet0 Living in a tree near the underworld, this female entity in ancient Egypt that would welcome souls into the underworld with food and drink. mistress to Hraf-hef.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Ammit Characterized to have the head of a crocodile, this entity was said to be "the devourer of souls". Also this female entity is known to have the body of a hippo and torso of a leopard. Other names of this entity: Ammut.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Amphitrite She is known to be the wife to Poseidon. This female entity is one of the Nereids; other names of this entity: Salacia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Amun An entity tasked over the sun and air; often characterized as a ram. This entity was also known as the "king of the gods". The name Amon-Ra comes from the other entity Ra and together they were known to be extremely powerful.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Amunet One of the eight primordial Egyptian deities known as the Ogdoad. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Amunhotep An Egyptian architect deified for having great wisdom. He was made to be the "god of wisdom and healing"; also said to have had a healing center in Deir al-Bahri. Other names of this entity: Amenhotep.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Amy Known as "president Amy", a demon. Other names for this entity: Hanar, Hanni, Amii, or Auns.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Anahita An Iranian female entity composed of two different elements. Similar to the Hindu entity, Sarasvati, meaning "she who possesses water".Category:Middle Eastern Wiki Link Ananke A female personification of inevitability and necessity. Known as the most powerful dictator of fate and circumstance. Other names of this entity: Necessitas.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Anat Known as a female entity tasked over war, associated to several different cults. Other names of this entity: Anath, Anatu, Antit, Anit, Anti or Anant.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Andras Known as "the great marquis of hell" or "marquis Andras". With charge over thirty legions of demons.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Andrealphus Known as "marquis Andrealphus", associated with geometry.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Andromalius Known as "count Andromulius" and "great earl of Jinnestan/hell". Other names of this entity: .Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Anemoi A name meaning "winds", totaling the four entities tasked over the winds: Boreas (north), Zephyrus (west), Notus (south), Eurus (east). These entities were under Aeolus; they are as known as Venti.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Anhur Known as the "sky bearer" and "god of war" associated with the Greek entity Ares. Other names of this entity: Anhuret, An-Her, Han-Her, Inher, Onuris and Onouris.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Anicetus Often associated with his twin Alexiares, he is one of Hercules children. A guardian, tasked over protecting towns and cities.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Annapurna A female entity of nourishment and food, a very popular deity in Hinduism. Other names of the entity: Annapoorna and Annapurna Devi.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Antichrist A supremely evil being that has yet to be revealed, known as a liar and deceiver. Mentioned in the Bible: 2 John 1:7 and 1 John 2:22.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Anu A personification of the sky, known as the "supreme god"; this a Mesopotamian entity. Other names of the entity: An.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Anubis Characterized as a jackal-faced man, known as the "African golden jackal" and "god of death". Other names for this entity: Anpu and Inpu.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Anuket A name meaning, "clasper"; apart of the Triad grouping with Khnum and Satis. Characterized as a tall woman with a plumes headdress.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Anzu A Babylonian entity known to be a "storm-bird"; characterized as half bird and man. With a name meaning "crown".Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Ao Bing From Chinese mythology of the Crystal Palace's Dragon King Ao Guang, this is a dragon prince. Characterized as a man and also a dragon after his death.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ao Ch'In Taking order from the Jade Emperor this was the "dragon king" and "dragon god". This Chinese entity was tasked over water and weather. Known as the Dragon of the Four Seas: Lake Baikal (Black Dragon), South China Sea (Red Dragon), East China Sea (Azure Dragon) and Qinghai Lake (White Dragon).Category:Asian Wiki Link Ao Guang The Chinese entity over the East China Sea also known as "Azure Dragon". This is an aspect of the Dragon King Ao Ch'in; other names of this entity: Ao Kuang.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ao Jun The Chinese entity over the Qinghai Lake also known as "White Dragon". This is an aspect of the Dragon King Ao Ch'in; other names for this entity: Ao Run or Ao Ji.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ao Qin The Chinese entity over the South China Sea also known as "Red Dragon". This is an aspect of the Dragon King Ao Ch'in.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ao Shun The Chinese entity over the Lake Baikal also known as "Black Dragon". This is an aspect of the Dragon King Ao Ch'in; other names for this entity: Ao Ming.Category:Asian Wiki Link Aornum She is an oracle that resided in the cave Charonium. The cave that was said to be "an entrance to Hades."Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Aosoth Associated with the "Order of Nine Angels" and said to be from Saturn. This female demon is said t be terrifying.Category:Fallen Angels Apam Napat A name meaning, "child of the waters", an Indo-Iranian pantheon. Known to be "god of the sea."Category:Middle Eastern Wiki Link Apedemak Characterized as a warrior with a lion's head, sometimes a three-headed lion. Known as the "war god" of Kush; other names of this entity: Apademek.Category:African Wiki Link Apep An Egyptian personification of chaos; known to be an enemy and sibling of Ra. Other names of this entity: Apophis.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Aphrodite Female entity known to cause love & tasked over beauty. Other names of this entity: Venus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Apollo Sun entity tasked over truth, music, healingCategory:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Apollonis Known as the youngest of the Mousai Apollonides: Apollonis, Borysthenis, and Cephisso; a personification of Greek mythology. Her name is associated to be a synonym with one of the strings on the lyre.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Apu In Incan mythology these are the stoicheion spirits of the caves, mountains and rocks. Known to protect people living in the highlands; this name means "lord".Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Apusuyu A name meaning, "blessed land", this is a stoicheion spirit from Incan mythology. Known as a spirit living in the Andes mountains.Category:Meso/South American Aqen An entity of the underworld, often associated with the entity Hraf-hef. Known to be "custodian" to the boat across a "lily lake," to take souls to the "field of reeves". Other names of this entity: Aken.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Ares One of the Olympians that is the entity tasked over war. Known for violence and brutality; other names of this entity: Mars.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Argus Panoptes A giant from Greek mythology that has many eyes; a son of Gaia. Associated with the phrase "followed by the eyes of Argus"; other names of this entity: Argos or Argus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Arianrhod A Welsh entity known as "goddess of the silver wheel" or the "Celtic star goddess". Known to be the "weaver of cosmic time & fate".Category:Other Wiki Link Artemis Female entity tasked over the wild (animals, creatures, nature, etc.), chief huntress. She is also known to nurse the youth, is tasked over childbirth & midwives. Other names for this entity are: Artemis, Agrotora, Amarynthia, Cynthia, Kourotrophos, Locheia, Orthia, Phoebe, Potnia Theron, or Artume.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Asclepius Associated with the EMS medical symbol that has a snake on it, called the "Staff of Asclepius". Other names for this entity: Vediovis.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ashtar Associated with the planet Venus, this is the Semitic "god of war". Known as "he who is bold in battle"; Other names for this entity: Attar, Athtar, Astar, or Attar.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Ashur Characterized as a winged sun and associated with Kabballah Tree and teachings. This entity is a personification of the city Assur.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Ashwini Kumaras A grouping of the two Hindu twins: Dasra (meaning enlightened giving") and Nasatya. They are associated with Vedic medicine and their name means "horse possessors". Other names for this entity: Asvins or Ashvins.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Asmodeus Known as a "prince of demons", this is a demon. Other names for this entity: Asmoday, Ashmedai, or Ashema Deva. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Astaroth Apart of the evil trinity along with Lucifer and Beelzebub; known as "the great duke of hell". Other names of this entity: Asteroth, Astarot or Ashtaroth.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Asteria With a name meaning, "starry one" or "of the stars", this titaness was tasked over falling stars. Characterized to have become the island Delos after Zeus conquered Mount Olympus.Category:Titans Wiki Link Astraeus Known as "god of the dusk and winds"; he was a Titan. The father of the Anemoi: Boreas (north), Zephyrus (west), Notus (south), Eurus (east). Category:Titans Wiki Link Ate A female personification of mischief and ruin; known to be a daughter of Zeus. Also, associated with the death and downfall of heroes.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Aten This is the worship of the sun as an aspect of Ra. It was praised as being the nurturer of the spirit world, source and giver of life, and seen as the creator.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Athena Known as the female entity of war, wisdom, weaving & crafts. The entity said to protect several Grecian cities; symbols that are associated with her are snakes, owls & olive trees. Other names of this entity: Minerva.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Atlas A primordial titan that was sentenced to hold up the heavens for all time. Brother to Menoetius.Category:Titans Wiki Link Atropos One of the three fates also known as the Moirai; she was said to decide the death of mortals and cut their thread of life. Other names for this entity: Morta or Aisa.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Atum Known to be first of the Ennead, this entity is "the supreme lord of gods " and the "sun god". other names for this entity: Atem, Atum-Ra or Tem.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link August Rooster This is the Chinese Phoenix and also the Chinese zodiac's rooster. Other names for this entity: Fenghuang.Category:Asian Wiki Link Awa Associated with the Dogon people of Mali, this is the religion worshipping the entity Amma, that is known to the Dogon people as the creator. This is also associated with the veneration of ancestors and the dead.Category:African Wiki Link Awki This is the mythological prince of the Incan Empire, also associated with the Andean mythologies. Associated with one of the Andes mountains in Peru. Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Awkillo Stoicheion from Incan and Andean folklore about the spirits of the mountains in the Andes. The spirit is also associated with rocks of the Andes.Category:Meso/South American Ayao This is the pantheon from an Afro-Brazilian religion, the female spirit is said to have been sent by the divine one. The spirit is associated with nine stones, having a crossbow with a serpent and a quill.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Azazel This fallen angle is not only mentioned in Biblical texts and literature but Islamic as well; associated with the scapegoat. Mentioned in the Bible: Leviticus 16.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Ba From Chinese mythology, this is a daughter of the Yellow Emperor, especially in battle, she is known to bring droughts. She is also said to be a demon; other names of this entity: Nuba, Hanba.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ba Jiao Gui A ghost from Chinese folklore, sometimes characterized as a female holding a baby. She has also been known to be wailing in or under the banana tree.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ba Xian From Chinese mythology and revered by Daoist, these are the Eight Immortals: Cao Guojiu, Han Xiangzi, He Xiangu, Lan Caihe, Li Tieguai, Lu Dongbin, Zhang Guolao and Zhongli Quan. Known to know the secrets of nature, each one is associated with the rich or poor, humble or noble, male or female, young or old.Category:Asian Wiki Link Baal Associated with storms and fertility; other names of this entity: Adad, Baal-Zephon, Hadad, Iskur, Pidar, or Rapiu. Mentioned in the Bible: Judges 6:28, Judges 2:16, 2 Kings 11:18.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Babaji An Indian spiritual teacher that was said to transform into Lord Shiva, he was an avatar. Associated with self-realization, said to be eternally young and "a human manifestation of god." Other names of this entity: Mahavatar Babaji or "revered father".Category:Hindu Wiki Link Bael Same as the Canaanite deity Baal; a demon over sixty-six legions. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Balam Known as "king Balam". Other names for this entity: Balan or Balaam.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Balberith Attributed to several religions and cults, with a name meaning "lord of the covenant". Associated with fertility and vegetation, also said to be two separate entities: Ba'al and Berith.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Bana From Hinduism, this is a demon devoted to lord Shiva, known to be arrogant. Especially known for his battle against Krishna after taking Krishna's grandson as a husband for his daughter, Usha.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Banebdjedet Characterized to be a ram and associated with the city Mendes. Known to be another name of Osiris; other names for this entity: Banebdjed.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Baoxi Known as the first mythological emperor of China and culture hero; also the brother of Nuwa. Other names for this entity: Fuxi, Mixi, Paoxi, and TaiHao.Category:Asian Wiki Link Baphomet An entity characterized as a male with a goat's head with wings. Known as the "Sabbatic Goat"; other names for this entity: Baffumettus, Baffometi, Baphomet or Bafometz.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Barbatos Known as an "earl/duke of hell"; with a name meaning "bearded". Associated with the zodiac sign Aries.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Baron La Croix An entity from Haitian voodoo, associated with the dead and sexuality. This is a personification of individuality and also associated with the indulgence of life pleasures. Other names of this entity: Bawan Lakwa.Category:African Wiki Link Baron Samedi An entity from Haitian voodoo, associated with debauchery. Known to be fond of tobacco and rum; this entity is often characterized as a male prepared for a burial in a black tail coat. Other names of this entity: Baron Samdi, Bawon Samedi, or Bawon Sanmdi.Category:African Wiki Link Bastet Known to be the beautiful cat entity over cats, childbirth, fertility, and women's secrets. A protector being and often characterized as a female with the face of a cat. Other names of this entity: Bast; during wars the Egyptians would surrender to their enemies if there were cats on the enemy's shield.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Bat Characterized as a female with cow ears; later replaced by Hathor. Tasked over fertility and success, often associated to the pharaoh's success.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Bathin A demon, known as "duke Bathin". Other names of this entity: Mathim, Marthim or Bathym.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Behemoth Also known as the sea monster, Leviathan; that is said to be a protector and characterized to be terrifying. Mentioned in the Bible: Job 40:15-24.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Beher An entity from Ethiopia's Aksumite religion before the nation had Christianity. This was the chief entity of a type of trinity religion, he was known as "god of the sea".Category:African Wiki Link Beleth Known as a "mighty and terrible duke of hell" and "king beleth". Other names for this entity: Bilet, Bileth, Bilith and Byleth.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Belial Known as "king Belial". Other names for this entity: Baalial, Balial, Belhor, Beliall, Beliar, Berial, Beliel, and Beliya'al. Category:Ancients Wiki Link Bellatrix The personification of the star Gamma Orionis that is one of Orion's top three brightest stars. With a name meaning, "the female warrior", this star is also associated with the Amazon warriors.Category:Greco-Roman Bellona An anceint Roman female entity known as "the goddess of war", with a name meaning "warlike". Closely associated with Ares and she is also a daughter of Zeus and Hera. Other names of this entity: Enyo, or Bella.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Belphegor A demon associated with one of the seven deadly sins, he is chief of sloth. Known for ruination of people by enticing them to discoveries and developing ingenious products. A name meaning "lord of the opening"; other names of this entity: Baal-Peor or Ba'al Phegor.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Belus An entity attributed to several religions and cults of old, especially in Mesopotamian mythology. Other names of this entity: Baal, Belos, Marduk or Zeus Belos.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Bennu Linked to the Egyptian Phoenix, a soul part of the entity Ra, that was tasked over the sun. Associated with the creation of the world , the sun and rebirth.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Berith Known as "duke Berith" and "god of the covenant". Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Bes A dwarf-spirit, characterized to be shaking a rattle, bow-legged, with large ears and prominent genitals. Tasked over childbirth, fertility, humor, sexuality and war. Other names for this entity: Aha or Bisu. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Bhairavi The Hindu female personification of divine wrath and anger, that is characterized to wear tiger skin, sitting or standing on skull heads and drinking blood. This entity is associated with wisdom and is a mistress to Kala Bhairava.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Bia Personification of force, a female entity tasked over power. Often characterized to have wings, holding a torch of fire.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Biancheng Wang Known as "the ruler of the sixth court of hell (diyu)" which is known as the place of screaming torture. Other names of this entity: Bi Biancheng, King Biancheng, and Pian-Ch'eng-Wang.Category:Asian Bifrons Known as "count Bifrons"; usually appears as a monster and then takes ona human form.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Boreas Entity over the north wind, one of the Anemoi (wind entities). Brought the winter and often said to bring cold northern winds.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Botis Known as "count Botis" or "president Botis". Other names for this entity: Otis.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Buddha The venerated prince from India that forsaked Hinduism and his royal life, to understand other aspects of life. With a name meaning, "enlighten one" or "awakened one". Other names for this entity: Siddhartha Gotama or Siddhartha Gautama.Category:Asian Wiki Link Buer Known as "president Buer"; associated with the zodiac sign, Sagittarius. A demon, characterized as a lion with five goat legs.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Bune A demon known as "duke Bune"; said to be able to make one rich and move the dead.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Caim A demon also known as "president Caim". Name derived from the Hebrew word meaning, "worthless" or "wicked". Other names of this entity: Cain or Caym.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Caishen An entity from Chinese folklore, known as "the god of wealth"; characterized to be riding a back tiger and armed with exploding black pearls. Other names of this entity: Chao Hsüan-T'an, Chao Kungming, Ts'ai Shen, Zhao Gongming, and Zhao Xuantan.Category:Asian Wiki Link Can Nü An entity from Chinese folklore, known as "the silkworm maiden"; often characterized as weaving silk robes. Other names of this entity: "silkworm mother" and "silkworm lady".Category:Asian Wiki Link Cancong Associated with the Chinese female entity known as the Silkworm Maiden; he is known as "god of the silkworms". Known for teaching humans how to farm and to create little critters. Other names of this entity: "silworm god" or "silkworm ruler".Category:Asian Wiki Link Cao Guojiu One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, this is the patron of actors, known as "the royal Uncle Cao". Associated with jade tablets that purified the air, said to have been the brother of an empress from the Song Dynasty of China. Characterized as the best dressed of the Eight Immortals; other names of this entity: Cao Ching-hsiu, Cao Jingxiu, Cao Yi, Ts'ao I or Ts'ao Kuo-chiu.Category:Asian Wiki Link Celaeno A Greek demon with a name meaning, "the dark one"; a female personification of the star Celaeno. This is the daughter of the Titan Atlas and one of the wives of Poseidon. Other names of this entity: Celeno or Kelaino.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Celestial Dog Known as the "white-headed celestial dog" , this is the dog from the Chinese zodiac. It is said that when a woman is pregnant with a boy his image appears in the sky. Other names of this entity: Heavenly Dog, Tian Gou, or T'ien-kou.Category:Asian Wiki Link Cephissus A stoicheion of ancient Greece, also known as the "river god", associated with the river Cephissus in Attica. Other names of this entity: Kephissos or Kifisos.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Cerberus The guard dog tasked over the underworld. Often characterized as Hades' vicious, three-headed pet that never allowed souls to escape the underworld.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ceres Tasked over agriculture, grains and motherly love; a female entity known for her benevolence. A patroness to farmers and often associated with Tellus, an female entity tasked over the earth.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ceto The female entity personified as the dangers of the sea, unknown terrors or bizarre creatures. Other names of this entity: Keto.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ceyxians A type of alien race that performed celestial medical procedures and known to be very powerful. Other names of this entity: Avians.Category:Other Chandika A Hindu female entity that is the alter ego of Parvati and personification of Shakti's power. Known to hate evildoers and those that do evil. Other names of this entity: Chandika.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Chang Shen A Daoist entity known as the "god of war and martial arts". Other names of this entity: Chang Shen, Guan Di, Guan Gong, Guan Sheng Di Jun, Kuan-Ti, Kuan-Kung, Kuan Sheng Ti Chun, Kuan-Yu, or Yun-Chang.Category:Asian Chang'E Known as the "Chinese goddess of the moon", she was the wife of the mortal Yi that drank the elixir of life and floated up to the moon. As she was separated from her husband, she is sympathetic with lovers. She was transformed into a toad as reprimand from the Chinese divinities and is companioned with a rabbit.Category:Asian Wiki Link Charites Meaning "graces," these are the three female entities of beauty: Aglaea, Euphrosyne, and Thalia. That were minor entities and attendants to Hera and Aphrodite. Other names for these entities: Charis or Kharites.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Charonium This is the cave that was said to be "an entrance to Hades."Category:Greco-Roman Charybdis An ancient sea monster from Greek mythology, that was once a female pantheon but changed into a monster by Zeus. She was said to have stolen land from Zeus for her father Poseidon and because of that Zeus cursed her. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Chen Qi Known as the Chinese "god of protection", his breath was supposedly poisoned gas, so he had bad breath. Often associated with protecting the Buddha along with Hengjiang, and known to have a mighty battle cry. Other names of this entity: Chen Qi, Ch'en-Ch'I, General Ha, Ha, or Ha-Chiang.Category:Asian Wiki Link Cheng-Lun Along with General Ha, he was a protector of the Buddha, known to guard doors and gates. From his Tai Chi breathing practices he can shoot lasers from his nose. Other names for this entity: Cheng Lun, General He, Heng, Hengjiang, or Zheng Lun.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chi Known as "the energy of the universe" and it is said to "flow in and around us like a cosmic wind." This is associated with the balance of the universe, yin and yang. Other names: Ch'I or Qi.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chiang-Yuan A woman from Chinese folklore that was said to have been barren until stepping in the footprints of the Jade Emperor. From this pregnancy she gave birth to a son who was the "lord of the millet". Other names of this entity: Mother of Houji or Jiang Yuan.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ch'I-Fu-Jen Known as the "Chinese toilet goddess, "A venerated mistress of Emperor Gaozu of the Han Dynasty that was turned into a "human pig" after his death. After having body parts taken off of her she was thrown into the dirtiest latrine in all of China. Other names of this entity: Ch'i-Fu-Jen, Ch'i-I, Ch'i-Ku, mistress Qi, Lady Qi, Qi Furen, Qigu, or Qi Yi.Category:Asian Wiki Link Ch'Ih-Yu This is the Chinese "heavy metal deity of war and weapons", or more often called the "Chinese weaponry god". Characterized as a bronze-headed bull with reptilian claws; known to have an army of henchmen including some of the Chinese entities tasked over storms. Other names of these entities: Chiyou or Ch'iyu.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chi-Lin This is the Chinese unicorn, they are characterized to have two to three horns, they can be a range of colors especially red, green or black, and they usually look more like a dragon. Other names of this entity: Ch'i-Lin, Ki-lin, Kirin, Ky-lin, or Qi-lin.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chin Chiung A Chinese entity that is known to be a door keeper (Menshen), especially guarding buildings, and said to be a protector from evil spirits. Known as the "general door deity"; other names of this entity: Chin Shu-Pao, Qin Qiong, or Qin Shubao.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chi-Nü A female Chinese entity known as the "goddess of weaving" or the "craft goddess" or "weaver girl". This is the female being associated with the Chinese Valentine's Day, in the seventh month of the Lunar calendar on the seventh day. Other names of this entity: Zhinu.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chisongzi This is the Chinese "god of rain" (specifically of the far west parts of China), known to end droughts from pouring rain from his celestial bowl. The myth says that he lives in the mountains in the far west. Other names of this entity: Chisong, Chi-Sung-Tzu, Ch'i-Sung-Tzu, "Master Red Pine", or the "Red Pine".Category:Asian Wiki Link Chou-Wang Known as the "debauched god of sodomy", who was King Zhou during the Shang Dynasty in China; because of his wickedness the heavenly judges dubbed "god of sodomy". He was known for his cruelty, sadistic orgies, debauchery, and forcing slaves to swim in a wine-filled lake, naked. Other names of this entity: Di Xin, Jou-wang, Tcheou-Wang, Ti-Hsin, or Zhou Shang.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chu I Known as the "god of literature" or "god of passing marks" and the Chinese "god of literature". This entity is said to reward scholastic effort, especially helping prepared students. Other names of this entity: Chu Yi, Mr. Red Robe, Red Coat, Zhuyi Fuyi, or Zhu Yi.Category:Asian Chuang Gong A popular Chinese entity that is known as "lord of bedroom activities"; associated with sex and the upkeeping of the bed and bedroom as a whole. Other names of this entity: Ch'uang Kung or Chunag Shen.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chuang Mu The wife of the Chuang Gong, known to look after bedroom activities including rest, sex and the upkeeping of the bedroom. These entities are grouped as the "bed gods" and associated with the Lantern Festival in China. Known as "goddess of the bedchamber"; other names of this entity: Ch'uang Mu.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chujiang Wang Known as "lord of the underworld cesspool" in the second court of Diyu (Chinese hell). Also, this entity over the "hell of sword forest", which is a leaf-bladed forest for rapists and lustful souls.Category:Asian Chu-Jung Known as the "god of fire" or the "heavenly executioner"; associated with the universal order. Other names of this entity: Zhurong.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chu-Lung A Chinese dragon whose eyes closing and opening are said to signify day (open) and night (shut). Known as the "amazing torch dragon"; other names of this entity: Chu-yin, Zhulong, or Zhu-yin.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chung-K'Uei Known as the "king of ghosts" and "demon squasher"; known to carry his sword and crush demons beneath his feet. Said to be a protector; other names of this entity: Chung-Kwei, Shoki, or Zhongkui.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chung-Wu Once a man, that asked the Chinese female being, Zhinu, for happiness and riches and she gave him the status of "god of happiness and riches". Other names of this entity: Guo Ziyi, Kuo-Tzu-I, or Zhongwu.Category:Asian Wiki Link Chun-Ti The Daoist female entity of light, known as the "goddess of light". Said to be benevolent, a protector over men at sea and to be wise; other names of this entity: Jun Di.Category:Asian Chu-Pa-Chieh This is the Chinese personification of the "spirit of greed" or "gluttony spirit"; said to be the ex-Marshall over the hosts of heaven. Other names of this entity: Zhu-ba-jie, Chu-pa-chieh.Category:Asian Wiki Link Cimejes A demon known as "marquis Kimaris"; characterized as riding a black horse. Other names of this entity: Cimeies or Cimeries.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Circe Known to be a sorceress that transformed her enemies or those that offended her into animals. This female entity is often characterized as holding a wand.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Cizin The Mayan "god of death" that ruled over Metnal (the deepest nastiest part of hell); he is known as "the flatulent one". Other names of this entity: God A, Cizin, Kisin, Hunhau, Cumhau, Yum Cimil, Yum Kimil, Ah Pukuh, Ah Pucu, Pukuh, Eopuco, Ah Cizin, or Ah Kisin.Category:Meso/South American Clotho One of the three fates also known as the Moirai; she is said to spin a human's thread of life and control the course of a person's like. Other names for this entity: Nona.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Coatlicue The Aztec "earth goddess", characterized to wear a necklace made of human hands and hearts and being a double headed snake. Known as "mother of the gods", she is mother to Coyolxauhqui, Huitzilopochtli, Quetzalcoatl, and Xolotl.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Concordia The female, Roman personification of marriage and society. Her Greek counterpart is Harmonia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Corson A king of hell, known as the west; characterized as riding a bear. Other names of this entity: Curson.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Counterfeit Archangel Michael Associated with the zodiac sign Cancer; often deified by the Catholic church.Category:Fallen Angels Crius This is the brother of Cronus, known to have been castrated by Zeus and thrown into Tartarus. Other names of this entity: Krios or Crios.Category:Titans Wiki Link Crocell Associated with water, and known as "duke crocell". Characterized to manifest as an angel speaking mysterious ways.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Cronus A entity tasked over agriculture, a protector tasked over sowers & seeds; thrown into Tartarus by his son, Zeus. Known as "king of the Titans"; other names for this entity: Cronus or Cronus.Category:Titans Wiki Link Cthulhu A beast described in the book "The Call of Cthulhu" by H.P. Lovecraft. Said to be the source of human's struggle with subconscious anxiety.Category:Other Wiki Link Culsu Characterized as a topless woman that carries scissors and a torch with wings, this is a demoness. Associated to be a gatekeeper for the underworld from Etruscan culture.Category:Other Wiki Link Cupid Heavily associated with the international holiday of Valentine's day, a name meaning "passionate desire". Often paired with Psyche, his Greek counterpart is Eros that is son of Aphrodite.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Da Yu Once the Chinese emperor from the Xia Dynasty, said to have subdued the Yellow River in China. Known for being the "ancient god of flood control"; other names of this entity: Du Yu, Great Yu, Ta Yü, Tu Yü, or Yu (meaning rain).Category:Asian Wiki Link Daevas From the Zoroastrian old texts, these are Vedic entities that create disorder and chaos. They are demons that often have conflict against the entity, Ahura MazdaCategory:Hindu Wiki Link Dagon A major entity worshipped by the Philistines, and also considered to be a Canaanite entity. Also, considered a demon, a merman, or "a fish god". Mentioned in the Bible: Judges 16:23 and Joshua 19:27.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Dagwanoenyent Known to ba a cannalistic spirit, characterized as a flying head from Native American folklore. The spirit was said to have scared away original inhabitants of modern day New York, in Wyandot and Iroquois folklore.Category:Other Wiki Link Dakini A witch from the Hindu texts known to throw tantrums and chased other spirits. A name meaning "she who moves in space" or "she who traverses the sky".Category:Hindu Wiki Link Danjal A demon from Jewish mysticism; this name is also translated as Daniel. Mentioned in the Book of Enoch.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Dantalion Associated with art, science and giving visions from anywhere in the world. Known as "duke Dantalion"; other names of this entity: Dantaylion.Category:Princes of Hell Daode Tianzun An entity known as "the grand pure one", from the Daoist trinity (Sanqing) and known to advise the Jade Emperor. Other names of this entity: Daode Tianzong, Lao-jun, Tai-qing or Tao-te-t'ien-tsunCategory:Asian Wiki Link Dao-Jun An entity known as the "high holy one", from the Daoist trinity (Sanqing) and known to take care of the Daoist texts. Other names of this entity: Lingbao Tianzun, Category:Asian Wiki Link Death The spirit of death is the collector of human souls. Often characterized as a male grim reaper, skeletal, dark being.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Decarabia Known as "marquis Decarabia"; other names for this entity: Carabia. Characterized to manifest into any type of sing-song bird.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Decima Roman counterpart to Greek entity Lacheses that was one of the Fates. That took measurements of a mortals lifespan, known as the thread of life, on her rod.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Demeter Female entity tasked over corn, the earth, agriculture and the harvest. Worshipped and respected by farmers to increase their season of harvest.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Demonica Known as the "spirit of Halloween" a female personification of the demonic. Associated with the phrase, "something wicked coming this way" and "rising from the grave".Category:Other Demonius Associated with the spirit of rebellion, and gems. Characterized to be a dark element monster.Category:Other Diana Female entity tasked over the wild (animals, creatures, nature, etc.), chief huntress. She is also known to nurse the youth, is tasked over childbirth & midwives. Other names for this entity are: Artemis, Agrotora, Amarynthia, Cynthia, Kourotrophos, Locheia, Orthia, Phoebe, Potnia Theron, or Artume.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Di Jun Emperor Jun, is a Chinese supreme being, known as "god of the far east", married to the female entity over the sun, Xihe. This couple was accredited to ancient China's ten-day weeks.Category:Asian Wiki Link Di Ku The Chinese entity tasked over music, known as the "god-emperor of music"; one of the WuDi (Five Kings). Associated with the invention of drums in China and characterized as riding a dragon.Category:Asian Wiki Link Dike Associated with the zodiac and constellation Libra, a female personification of justice. Characterized to be holding scales; her Greek counterpart is Justitia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Dionysus Entity tasked over fertility merriment, the theatre, the vineyards and wine. Other names for this entity: Bacchus, Dionysos, or Liber.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Dishun The last of the five WuDi, a deified legendary Chinese mortal. In folklore he is often paired with Dayu, and helping to control flooding. Other names of this entity: Emperor Shun, Tishun or Yu Shun.Category:Asian Di-Yi With a name meaning "big one" or "the great unity", the predecessor to the Jade Emperor. Other names of this entity: Taiyi.Category:Asian Wiki Link Diyu Known as the underworld of China in Buddhism and Daoism. Characterized as a Dark and sinister place, known as the "realm of the dead".Category:Asian Wiki Link Dong Taishan A ruler of Diyu (Chinese hell) in the seventh court. An entity known as "ruler of the underworld abattoir"; passing judgment against terrorists, traitors, deceivers and arsonists to become minced meat.Category:Asian Doris Known as the mother of the 50 Nereids, a female sea nymph. Worshipped by fisherman; and sister to the river entities.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Dryads A classification for the female tree spirits. Specifically known to be nymphs of oak trees.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Dushi Wang A ruler of Diyu (Chinese hell) in the eighth court, a place of torture by suffocation. Other names of this entity: Huang Dushi, King Dushi, T-Ti-Wang, or Tu-Shih-WangCategory:Asian Efreisone The personification of the olive branch used during rituals. Other names for this entity: Eiresione or Iresione.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Eight Immortals From Chinese mythology and revered by Daoist, these are the Eight Immortals: Cao Guojiu, Han Xiangzi, He Xiangu, Lan Caihe, Li Tieguai, Lu Dongbin, Zhang Guolao and Zhongli Quan. Known to know the secrets of nature, each one is associated with the rich or poor, humble or noble, male or female, young or old. They are also known as the Eight Gentlemen.Category:Asian Wiki Link Eileithyia Female entity tasked over childbirth and midwives. Associated to earthquakes, this being is a daughter of Zeus and Hera.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Eligos Known as "duke Eligos"; other names for this entity: Abigor or Eligor.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Elpis The female personification of hope. Often shown with cornucopia in her hands and as a youthful female. Another name for this entity is Spes.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Enki A Sumerian entity accredited for creation, crafts, magic, mischief and water. Associated with the planet Mercury and also found in Akkadian and Babylonian mythology. Other names of this entity: Ea.Category:Annunaki Wiki Link Enlil Associated with the Sumerian creation myth and stories of the flood. Father of the Sumerian entities Ninazu and Enbilulu, after seducing Ninlil.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Enyo A lesser female entity of war, known as "the waster of cities". She usually will accompany Ares into battle.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Eolusians A breed of aliens that are said to be inhabitants of the planet Mars. They are known to have military and to be religious.Category:Other Eos A female Titan entity of the dawn and mother to the Anemoi. Other names for this entity: Aurora, Thesan, Mater Matuta, Eosphorus or Hesperus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Epione Associated with the healing and a soother of pain, this female entity is married to Asclepius. Mother to many entities associated with healing: Aceso, Aegle, Hygeia, Iaso, and Panaceia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Erebus Known as the "god of darkness", this is the personification of darkness. The child of the entity Chaos, brother to Tartarus, Gaia, and Eros (Cupid).Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ereshkigal An entity from Sumerian mythology known as the "queen of the great earth". Similar to Greco-Roman mythology she descended to the underworld to be the bride of Nergal.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Erinyes Said to be the spirits from the blood from the castration of Uranus. Also known as The Furies; other names of these entities: Erinus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Eris The female entity tasked over strife and discord. Her Roman counterpart is Bellona.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Er-Lang Shen Known to be the son of the Jade Emperor's sister, a morphing demon slayer. Other names of this entity: Yang Jian, Erh-Lang or Erlang Shen.Category:Asian Eros The entity tasked over love, procreation and sexual desire. Other names for this entity: Amor, Cupid or Eleutherios.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Erythrus Son of Rhadamanthys who was known to train Hercules, Rhadamanthys was the son of Zeus. This is a hybrid, whose mother was Alcmene.Category:Greco-Roman Eukleia A female, Greek personification of good reputation and glory; known as a daughter of Hercules. Other names of this entity: Eucleia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Eupheme A female spirit that personifies applause, acclamations, good omen and shouts of triumph. Daughter of one of the Charites and Hephaestus. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Euphrosyne One of the Charites, with a name meaning "merriment", this entity was associated with joy and cheer. A daughter of Zeus and Eurynomus. Other names of this entity: Euthymia or Eutychia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Eurus Known as the east wind, that is one of the four Anemoi: Boreas (north), Zephyrus (west), Notus (south), Eurus (east). Under Aeolus; other names for this entity: Apeliotes or Vulturnus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Eurybia A titaness mistress to Crius and the daughter of Pontus and Gaia. This female entity was said to have mastered soothing the sea, as her name meant "restless night".Category:Titans Wiki Link Eurynomus A titaness that was the daughter of Oceanus, predecessor of Poseidon. After Zeus took over, she became his third wife of Zeus, and mother of the three Charites.Category:Titans Wiki Link Euthenia A female spirit that personifies prosperity, a daughter of the Charite, Aglaea. This entity also became a part of the Egyptian and Roman pantheons.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Fan Kuai Known for selling dog meat in the 2nd century BC who became a top ranking general, later deified. Called the "Chinese butchery god".Category:Asian Wiki Link Fei Lian Characterized as a serpent with a sparrow's head, bull's horns, and stag's body. This is a Chinese entity known as FengBo in humanoid form; other names of this entity: Feilian, Fei Lien, or Xie Feng. Category:Asian Wiki Link Feng Bo Daoist entity associated with the being Feilian; known for being the "starry eyed god of space wind". This entity supposedly lives in the constellation Sagittarius; their names of this entity: Feng Po.Category:Asian Wiki Link Fengyi Known as "god of the Yellow River (Huang He)". Said to have been the mortal Fengyi that helped stopped the flooding of the Yellow River and deified for his sacrifice. Other names of the entity: Fengyi or Ping-yi.Category:Asian Wiki Link Fenrir A monstrous wolf from Norse mythology that is the child of the beings Loki and giantess Angrboda. In mythology he supposedly kills Odin.Category:Nordic Wiki Link Flagae These are the spirits inside of a mirror, from the European Renaissance-era. They are argued to be demons, ghosts, or pixies.Category:Other Flauros Known as "duke Flauros", characterized as a leopard-like humanoid . Other names for this entity: Havres, Haures, Hauras or Flavros.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Focalor Known as an archdemon and called "duke Focalor". Other names for this entity: Forcalor or Furcalor.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Foras A "president of hell", characterized as a strong man. Other names for this entity: Foras' or Forrasis.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Forneus A name meaning "oven"; characterized as a sea monster. Known as "marquis Forneus".Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Fortuna Associated with chance and luck; believed to have put luck on an individual at their birth. The Greek counterpart of this female entity is Tyche; other names of this entity: Tyche.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Four Sons Of Horus The protectors of the canopic jars that were placed in a tomb, to watch tasked over the dead. The sons of Horus: Hapi (north), Imsety (south), Duamutef (east), and Qebehsenuef (west).Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Freyja From Norse mythology, this female entity is associated with beauty, fertility, gold, and love. Characterized to be riding a chariot pulled by cat beings. Other names of this entity: Freya, Freyia, or Freja.Category:Nordic Wiki Link FuXi In Chinese mythology, this is being is described as "a very civilized god of creativity and first ruler of China". Characterized as one of the snake beings known as San Huang. Other names of this entity: Baoxi, Fo-Hi, Fuh-He, Fu Xi, Fu-Hsi, Fu-Xi-Shi, Pao-Hsi, Paoxi,or P'ao-Hsi.Category:Asian Wiki Link Fu Xing Known as the "lucky star god of the Sanxing", Sanxing meaning "three fortunes". Associated with good luck and called "god of happiness" and the planet Jupiter. Other names of this entity: Fu-Hsing or Yang Cheng.Category:Asian Wiki Link Furcas Associated with teaching astrology, astronomy, chiromancy, logic, philosophy and pyromancy. Known as "knight Furcas"; other names of this entity: Foras or Forcas.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Furfur Often known to be a liar and can cause love between two individuals. Known as "count Furfur" or a great earl of hell; other names of this entity: Ferthur or Furtur.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Gaap Associated with the south, this is a king of hell.Category:Fallen Angels Gaap Known as "president Gaap" and "prince Gaap"; Other names for this entity: Coap, Goap, Taob, or Tap.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Gaia Entity known as "mother earth" or "mother of all life", she is the female personification of earth. Also she is the mother to the Titans.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Gao Yao Known as Emperor Yao, having a nose that sniffs out the truth. Known as China's "god of justice and judgment"; other names of this entity: Kao-yao.Category:Asian Gauri A counterpart of the Hindu entities Parvati and Durga; tasked over women and beauty. Other names of this entity: Mahagauri or Lajja Gauri.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Geb This entity is the husband to Nut, and the son of Tefnut and Shu. An entity tasked over growing things and the earth.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Gemory Associated with magic, characterized to manifest as a beautiful female. Known as "duke Gremory" ; other name of this entity: Gaeneron, Gamori, Gemon, Gemyem and Gemory.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Glasya-Labolas Known as "count Glasya-Labolas" and "president Glasya-Labolas". Other names for this entity: Glassia-labolis, Glasya Labolas, Classyalabolas, Caassimolar, or Caacrinolaas.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Glaucus Once mortal but was transformed by eating a mysterious herb. This entity is tasked over the sea.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Gong Gong A demon from Chinese folklore that tried to commit suicide after being defeated by Zhurong, but instead caused the great flood. Characterized as a black dragon.Category:Asian Wiki Link Gortys Son of Rhadamanthys that was the son of Zeus; this is a hybrid, whose mother was Alcmene. Also associated with the ancient city Arcadia, known to be the site of Zeus' several affairs.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Gou Mang A messenger for Taiyi; his twin is Ju Shou. This is a dragon spirit tasked over the eastern corner of the world.Category:Asian Guan Yu A Daoist entity known as the "god of war and martial arts". Other names of this entity: Chang Shen, Guan Di, Guan Sheng Di Jun, Kuan-Ti, Kuan-Kung, Kuan Sheng Ti Chun, Kuan-Yu, or Yun-Chang.Category:Asian Wiki Link Gui Xian The "cosmic tortoise" one of the four Sacred Animals (SiXiang), it was a representation of the northern point. Characterized by several cultures to be holding the word on its back; other names of this entity: Hsüan Wu.Category:Asian Wiki Link Gun The Chinese "earth god" also tasked over controlling the Great Flood with Da Yu. Other names of this entity: Kun.Category:Asian Wiki Link Guo Ziyi Once a man, that asked the Chinese female being, Zhinu, for happiness and riches and she gave him the status of "god of happiness and riches". Other names of this entity: Chungwu, Kuo-Tzu-I, or Zhongwu.Category:Asian Wiki Link Gusion Known to have the ability to tell of the things of the past, present and future. Known as a "great duke of hell" and "duke Gusion"; other names for this entity: Gusoyn, Gusoin or Gusayn. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Haagenti Associated with the ability to interchangeably turn water to wine. Known as "president Haagenti"; Other names for this entity: Hgog or Haage. Category:Hindu Wiki Link Hades The infamous entity that is king tasked over the underworld and precious metals. Brother to the Poseidon and Zeus. Other names for this entity: Aita, Dis Pater, Orcus, Plouton or Pluto.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Hanbi Associated with evil and known as "god of forces of evil" in Sumerian and Akkadian mythology. Other names for this entity: Hanpa.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Han Xiangzi One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, the philosopher; he is characterized as a happy man with a flute. He is associated to be the Chinese patron of music, and cause flowers to grow instantly and charm animals.Category:Asian Wiki Link Hapi A protector being, presiding tasked over the north; characterized as a baboon. One of the Four Sons of Horus that protected the canopic jars. Characterized as a man with a large belly and large breasts; other names of this entity: Hapy.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Harmonia A female entity over concord and harmony; characterized as a naked female with a serpent wrapped around her. This is the daughter of Aphrodite and Ares; other names of this entity: Concordia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Harthan Associated with the west quadrant and water, this is the "demon king of the moon". Has the ability to change the thoughts of people, avenge wrongs and gives darkness.Category:Ancients Hathor A well known, most popular and important pantheon of ancient Egypt; daughter of Ra and wife to Horus. Known as the "lady of the sycamore" and "lady of drunkenness"; said to have fallen asleep and then woke up to be the "benevolent goddess" and friend to all.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Hati In Norse mythology, this is the son of wolf-monster, Fenrir. With a name meaning "enemy" or "he who hates".Category:Nordic Wiki Link Hatmehyt A female entity characterized as a fish, with a name meaning "foremost of the fish". Female pantheon tasked over life and protection; other names for this entity: Hatmehyt.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Hebe Female entity of youthfulness; often characterized as a cupbearer. Daughter to Zeus and Hera.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Hecate Female entity tasked over the dark side of the moon, magic, and crossways. Historically known to have been worshipped primarily in Athens. Often associated with witchcraft; other names for this entity: Hekate, Hekat or Trivia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Heh Characterized as a frog headed male being from ancient Egypt. Other names for this entity: Hah, Hauh, Hauhet, Huah, Huh, and Hehu.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Heka The patron entity tasked over magic and medicine; this is one of Egypt's oldest and most important pantheons. Characterized as a man carrying a knife and a staff.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Helios Also known as Sol who is the entity tasked over the sun. Often characterized as riding a chariot with horses to bring in a new day.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Hephaistos Entity of the forge and fire, workman to the immortals; also known as Vulcan. Often associated with smithery and characterized as a black smith creating weapons for the Olympians.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Hequet Characterized as a female with the head of a frog. Other names for this entity: Heket.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Hera Known as "the queen of heaven", she is the female entity tasked over marriage & women. Ruling tasked over all Olympian entities. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Hercules A hybrid. Well known divine hero who is the protector & patron of the ancient Greek wrestling school: Gymnasia Palaestrae.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Hermes The entity tasked over trade & the marketplace. He is a messenger for the all Olympian beings; usually characterized with a winged cap, palm tree and rooster.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link He Xiangu One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, the immortal woman; known to have eaten a magic peach and gaining immortality from it. This female entity is usually characterized as a flying female, sworn to be a virgin. She is also associated with musical instruments and holding a ladle to pour out wisdom.Category:Asian Wiki Link Hiliarion A Catholic monk that was known for his fragile health. He lived is life as an ascetic monk and experienced a lot of spiritual dryness.Category:Other Wiki Link Hina A Hawaiian female entity that is known to be powerful and a personification of force. This is the mother of the demigod Maui; she is associated as the origin of several Polynesian entities.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Hiruko The Japanese "god of fishermen and luck", also known as "the laughing god". Other names of this entity: Ebisu or Kotoshiro-nushi-no-kami.Category:Asian Wiki Link Horae Female entity tasked over the seasons or hours.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Horus One of Egypt's most important pantheons, characterized as to be a man with a hawk's face. Other names for this entity: Har, Her, Heru, Her’Ur, and Hor.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Huitzilopochtlia The son of Coatlicue said to have burst from her womb. This being is from the religion Aztec religion and known as "god of war".Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Hunahpu The Mayan entity of fertility was the twin of Xbalanque, that defeated their uncle of the underworld (Xibalba) in a game of football. These are the second pair of twins from Mayan. mythology.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Hun Hunahpu The Mayan entity of fertility was the twin of Vucub Hunahpu, both hunters that were tricked to go to the underworld (Xibalba). Other names of this entity: Hunahpu.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Hydra A water monster that would frow two heads back if you cut one off, mentioned in Greek and Roman mythologies. Other names of this entity: Lernaean Hydra or Hydra of Lerna.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Hyperion A Titan tasked over light that overthrew the first generation of Titans and then along with his siblings was overthrown by Zeus. This entity is the father of Helios, Eos and Selene, and wife was Theia.Category:Titans Wiki Link Iansa This entity is from Afro-Brazilian origin and is tasked over hurricanes and winds. Saint Barbara of Catholicism, is also closely associated with this entity. Other names for this entity: Oya, Oia, or Yansa.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Ihy Associated with the musical instrument, the sistrum, this being is tasked over joy and music. Often characterized as a child with a sistrum.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Imhotep A name meaning "he who comes in peace"; he was once the pharaoh of Djoser and later deified after death. Known to have medicinal knowledge and wisdom, name is used in during spells. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Iphicles A half-brother of Hercules, son of Alcmene, this was a hybrid known as a hero and charioteer. Other names for this entity: Iphiclus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ipos A demon known as "count Ipos", "prince Ipos", and "a powerful prince of hell". Other names for this entity: Ipes, Ayporos, Ayperos, and Aiperos. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Iris Female personification the rainbows, also a messenger for the Olympian beings. Known to serve nectar to the other Olympian beings.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Irra A Mesopotamian entity that was the twin of Meslamta-ea, known as guardians of the underworld. Other names of this entity: Lugal-irra.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Ishtar A Mesopotamian female pantheon tasked over war, sexuality and love. This female being can be found in several religious cults around the world: ancient Egypt, the Babylonians, Akkadians, Assyrians, Greek, Phoenician, etc. Known as "the queen of heaven"; other names of this entity: Aphrodite, Ashur, Astoreth, Eanna, Inanna, and Sauska.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Isis Egypt's most popular and powerful female pantheon; known as "mother of the gods", "goddess of the throne", and "the great magic". Guide to the living and said to guide dead souls to paradise. Other names of this entity: Eset or Weret-Kekau.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Ixbalanque The Mayan entity was the twin of Hun Hunahpu, as a pair they were seen as life and death, earth and sky, day and night. Other names of this entity: Vucub Hunahpu or Yax-Balam.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Izanagi From the Japanese (Shinto) religion this was a creator being along with his wife, Izanami, also his sister. While trying to save Izanami from the underworld he gave birth to Amaterasu, Tsukiyomi, and Susano-wo.Category:Asian Wiki Link Izanimi From the Japanese (Shinto) religion this was a creator being along with her husband, Izanagi, also her brother. She gave birth to the islands of Japan: Ebisu (miscarried and abandoned), Awaji, Shikoku, Oki, Tsukushi (Kyushu), Iki, Tsu, Sado, and Oyamato.Category:Asian Wiki Link Jade Emperor Known as the supreme being in Daoism and "utterly supreme heavenly ruler", known to be the creator of the universe along with Yuanshi Tianzun. He is found in Buddhism and Daoism and known as "Lord of the Imperial Court". Other names of this entity: Tian-gong, Tien-kung, Yu Huang, Yu-huang-shangdi or Yu-huang-shang-ti.Category:Asian Wiki Link Jah His followers revere him as a "reincarnate of god", he was the Haile Selassie I, an Emperor of Ethiopia in the 1900's. Associated with the Rastafarians who revere him; other names of this being: Haile Selassie, Jah , Janhoy, or Yah.Category:African Wiki Link Janus From Roman mythology, this entity is characterized as having two faces, signifying him being the beginning and end. His two faces were often characterized as a young male (the past) and the other, a old male (the future).Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Jezebel The once queen of Israel that was killed by being thrown out of a window, trampled by horses and eaten by stray dogs. She was a Baal worshipper and she is associated with false prophets. Mentioned in the Bible: 1 Kings 16:31, 1 Kings 21:5-16, Revelation 2:20.Category:Other Wiki Link Juno Another name for Hera known as the queen of heaven; female entity tasked over marriage & women. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Jurq'u Stoicheion from Incan and Andean folklore about the spirits of the mountains in the Andes. The spirit is also associated with rocks of the Andes.Category:Meso/South American Justitia A personification of the justice system and moral justice; characterized as a female with a blindfold, sword in hand and a scales in her other hand. Other names for this entity: Lady Justice or Iustitia.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Kahoupokane An entity from Hawaiian folklore that is associated with rain, thunder and lightning. This being is said to live in Haulalai and known to be a kapa maker.Category:Polynesian Kallikantzaros These are goblin spirits of Southeastern European mythologies, especially known to come be active during the winter solstice. Supposedly they tree to saw the tree of life but forget to chop it down once Christmas arrives and create trouble for humans.Category:Other Wiki Link Kamala A female entity associated great wisdom and an aspect of the being Devi in a graceful state. Other names for this entity: Kamalatmika. Category:Hindu Wiki Link Kamapua’a From Hawaiian folklore, known as the "hog child", this was a shape shifter that could be characterized as a wild hog, fish and plants. Known to be a ladies man, and was eventually married to Pele.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Kane From Hawaiian folklore, known as the being over forests and wild foods, also chief of the Hawaiian Trinity. The father of Pele that he banished from the celestial heavens and several other female entities.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Khepri Characterized as a scarab beetle-faced entity; known to be the morning form of Ra. Other names for this entity: Khepera, Kheper, Khepra, Chepri.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Kherty Characterized to be a ram-headed being on a ferry to take souls to the afterlife in the underworld. Known to be the protector of the pharaoh; other names for this entity: Cherti.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Khnum Known to be "the great potter", said to have formed humans from the clay of the Nile River. Characterized as a ram-faced being that is tasked over fertility and vitality. Other names of this entity: Khenmu.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Khonsu A name meaning "the traveler"; one of the Triads along with parents: Amun and Mut. Associated to be Montu, this is the being tasked over the moon. Other names of this entity: Chons, Chonsu, Khensu, Khons, or Kons.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Kimaris A demon known as "marquis Kimaris"; characterized as riding a black horse. Other names of this entity: Cimeies, Cimejes and Cimeries.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Kola Sanni A demon from Sri Lankan folklore that destroyed his father's city out of vengeance. Now a ritual exorcism dance associated with Buddhism, to remove ailments known to be caused by this demon.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Kratos A Greek personification of sovereignty, power, might and strength, this entity was subject to Zeus. Other names for this entity: Cratos or Cratus. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ku From Hawaiian folklore, known as the "god of war", and one of the Hawaiian Trinity. Characterized to be holding a flaming mace that harvested the souls he killed; husband of Hina.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Kuk Egypt's personification of primordial darkness, the male counterpart of Khuket. Other names for this entity: Kek.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Kukhet Egypt's personification of chaos and darkness, the female counterpart of Kuk. Other names for this entity: Kauket or Khuketh.Category:Egyptian Laka From Hawaiian folklore, this female being is said to be have given hula dancing to the Hawaiian people. She is associated with reproduction, love, fertility and beauty; married to Lono and sister of Pele.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Lan Caihe One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, said to be a hermaphrodite. This female entity can be characterized as a youthful and an old female wearing one shoe and a blue gown. Associated with flowers and longevity; other names of this entity: Lan Cai.Category:Asian Wiki Link Laonome The daughter of Alcmene, who was also the mother of Hercules by Zeus' deception. Married to Polyphemus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Leraje A demon known for archery and starting wars. Known as "marquis Leraje"; other names for this entity: Zoray, Oray, Loray, Leriac and Leraye.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Leto A titaness associated with modesty and feminity; the mother of the twin Olympians Apollo and Artemis. Other names of this entity: Latona.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Li Tieguai One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, said to be mentally disturbed or "an emblem of the sick". Associated with magic, warding off evil and longevity. Often characterized as a beggar that is lame and carries a gourd.Category:Asian Wiki Link Lilinoe From Hawaiian folklore, a female being known for her beauty and known for giving mists and rain. Associated with the volcano Haleakala.Category:Polynesian Lilith A female being from Jewish mysticism, from the Babylonian Talmud, known to be a demon. Associated with sexuality, sensuality, and the night; this demon is associated with Sumerian witchcraft.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Lono From Hawaiian folklore, this being is said to be the entity over cultivated foods, learning, music, and peace. One of the Hawaiian Trinity, known to give fertile soil; this is the husband of Laka, and husband of Kaikilani, his mortal wife.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Lucifer Other names for this entity: Phosphorus, Category:Fallen Angels Lu Dongbin One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, this is the chief leader of the Eight Immortals. Known to have learned all the secrets of Daoism; associated with the sword to subdue evil. Characterized as a scholar from the 8th century and said to have slain dragons and fought evil. Category:Asian Wiki Link Ma’at A personification of harmony; with a name meaning, "that which is straight". One of Egypt's most important pantheons, a female being tasked over harmony, justice, and truth.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Maahes Associated with the female entity, Ma'at; characterized as a man with a lion's face carrying a knife. Also associated with the Furies from Greek mythology. Other names for this entity: Mysis, Mihos, or Mahes.Category:Egyptian Maat Buried with Pharaoh Mentuhotep II, an obscure female mummy as she is not the pharaoh's wife. Other names of this entity: Mayet, Miiut or Miit.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Mafdet From ancient Egypt's pantheons, this female entity was personification of capital punishment and justice. Characterized as wearing catskins to protect from venomous bites. Other names of this entity: Maftet or Mefdet.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Mahamaya This is Hinduism personification of "mother nature", also an aspect of the couple, Krishna and Radha. Other names of this entity: Maya or Mayadevi.Category:Hindu Mahavidya With a name meaning "great wisdom" this is the grouping of Hinduism's female beings that are known to be wise. All forms of the entity, Parvati: Bagalamukhi, Bhunaveshvari, Chhinnamasta, Dhumavati, Kali, Kamala, Matangi, Tara, Tripura Bhairavi, and Tripura Sundari (Shodoshi). Category:Hindu Wiki Link Maher The son of Ashtar from the Aksumite Empire (in Africa), this entity is over war. Other names for this entity: Mahrem.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Malphas This is a major demon as it is second in command to Satan, known as "president Malphas". Although conjurers will call upon him and sacrifice to him, he will deceive them.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Maman Brigette The mistress of Baron Samedi in Haitian voodoo, an entity over death, associated with roosters and hot peppers. Other names of this entity: Gran Brigitte, Grann Brigitte, Manman, Manman Brigit, and Maman Brijit.Category:African Wiki Link Mamani Stoicheion from Incan and Andean folklore about the spirits of the mountains in the Andes. The spirit is also associated with rocks of the Andes.Category:Meso/South American Mami Wata A spirit being found in various parts of African, Haiti and African-American cultures. Other names of this entity: Mammy Water.Category:African Wiki Link Mammon A name meaning, "money", this is the principality over the love of money. Mentioned in the Bible: Luke 16:13.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Marbas Associated with the hellebore plant, a demon that can heal and be the cause of diseases. Known as "president Marbas"; other names of this entity: Barbas.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Marchosias A demon known as "marquis Marchosias" and known to be faithful to magicians. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Matangi One of the Mahavidyas, all forms of Parvati associated with "great wisdom". This female being is associated with the arts, governing speech, knowledge and music.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Maui A great hero and warrior of Hawaiian folklore, a name meaning "house of the sun" and tasked over the sun. Known for taming the sun and the trickster of the Polynesian islands.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Melchiresa This is a archdemon that was said to have tried to fight against Melchizedek. Known as being an evil being, characterized as a female.Category:Fallen Angels Menhit Characterized as a reclining lioness, also known to be the brow of Ra. Associated with Wadjet and Neith, this female being is also a protector. Other names for this entity: Menhyt.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Menoetius The titan entity that was described to be very proud and impetuous, and known to have wrathful anger. Killed by ZeusCategory:Titans Wiki Link Meretseger Characterized as a female with a cobra face; a protector being tasked over the "Valley of the Kings". A name meaning "she who loves silence". Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Meskhenet This female being was said to create the soul and breathe into the body and be present at birth. Often characterized as a female with a birthing brick (what Egyptians used to squat on to give birth) on top of her head. Other names for this entity: Mesenet, Meshkent, and Meskhent. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Metis A titaness known for being wise and one that gives wisdom to mortals. Associated with the being Prometheus.Category:Greco-Roman Min A fertility being usually characterized with an erection. Associated to be an early form of Orisis since he is known to be a husband to Isis and father to Horus. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Moan From South American and Colombian folklore, this spirit was known to steal and rape young women. Characterized as a "big-headed giant" or a naked male; other names for this entity: Mohan, Muan or Poira.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Moirai These are "The Three Fates" also spelled Moirai, these female entities are tasked over destiny: Clotho, Lacheses, and AtroposCategory:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Moloch The Canaanite entity that was associated with the sacrifice of followers' firstborn child into the fire. Other names of this entity: Malcam, Malkam, Milcom, Molech, Moloch, or Mollock. Mentioned in the Bible: Leviticus 20:2.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Montu Characterized as a falcon man, known as the scorching effect or Ra .Associated with the Greek deity Apollo; other names for this entity: Montu-Ra or Monthu. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Morax A demon often characterized as a male with a bull's face or a bull's body and a man's face. Other names for this entity: Marax, Foraii and Farax. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Morpheus From Greek mythology, this is the entity over sleep & dreams, known as the "god of dreams". Characterized as a male sleeping nude and winged.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Mother Earth This is the female entity tasked over the earth; another name for her is Gaea or Gaia. Associated with several cultures all around the world.Category:Greco-Roman Murmur Before rebelling against God this fallen angel was named Matthias; characterized as a soldier riding a vulture. Other names of this entity: Murmus, Murmuur, Murmux and Matthias.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Muses Female entities that are said to "embody the right evocation of myth". These are the sea nymphs: Calliope,Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, UraniaCategory:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Mut A mother figure and a protector being tasked over the living; wife of Amun and mother to Khonsu. Other names for this entity: Maut and Mout. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Naberius A demon known as "marquis Naberius"; known to be cunning. Associated with rhetoric and skilled in all arts.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Na-Maka-O-Kaha’I The older sister of Pele, that seduced Namaka's husband, Kahiki, she chased her sister out of the heavens. She is tasked over the water and sea, known to create large waves and fight fire. Other names of this entity: Namaka.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Nammu Known as the "goddess of the sea" in Sumerian mythology, also known as the mother of heaven and earth. Other names of this entity: Engur or Namma.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Narcissus From Greek mythology, a hunter known for being extremely handsome; his lovers were known to take their lives to prove their loyalty. He hated those that loved him; his name is the root of the word "narcissism".Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Nebethetpet A personification of the hand of Atum. Mainly worshipped in the spirit city Heliopolis.Category:Egyptian Nefertem Born of the bud of the blue lotus, this entity is tasked over perfume and sweet aromas. Other names for this entity: Nefertum or Nefer-temu.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Nefertiti A queen of Egypt known for her worship of only one divinity, Aten, she was deified as the fertility goddess for being the mother of six daughters. Also known as: lady of grace, hereditary princess, lady of all women, sweet of love, great of praises, etc.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Neith Known as "mistress of the bow", "grandmother of the gods", and "mother of the gods". This female entity is tasked over the afterlife, creation, childbirth, motherhood and war.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Nekhbet Characterized as a vulture, a protector being tasked over Lower Egypt. Associated with Wadjet, and when combined they are known as "the two ladies".Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Nemesis Female entity tasked over retribution from Greek mythology. Myth says that this entity is the mother of Helen of Troy; other names of this entity: Rhamnousia or Rhamnusia.Category:Greco-Roman Nephthys A daughter of Nut and Geb, the twin of Isis. A name meaning, "mistress of the house" or "mistress of the temple enclosure". Other names for this entity: Nebet-Het or Nephthys. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Nereids From Greco-Roman mythology, these are blue-haired sea nymphs. Known for causing chaos at sea.Category:Greco-Roman Nereus Titan entity who fathered the nereids. He is known as "the old man of the sea" that was the predecessor of Poseidon.Category:Titans Nergal Associated with death, disease, plague and war; mentioned in the Bible: 2 King 17:30. Other names for this entity: Erra, Irra, Nirgali or Nirgal. Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Nike The female personification of triumph and victory; her Roman counterpart is Victoria. Associated with Zeus' victory in conquering the Titans and erecting Mount Olympus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Notus Another name for this entity is Auster, one of the wind entities: Anemoi. The entity of the south windCategory:Greco-Roman Nu A personification of the chaos that the world emerged from. Known as "father of the gods"; other names for this entity: Naunet, Nent, Nenu, Nuit, Nun, Nunet, Nunu, and Nunut.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Nure-Onna Characterized as a vampiric woman with the body of a snake from Japanese mythology. A name meaning "wet woman", as she was a sea snake; other names of this entity: Nureyomejo.Category:Asian Wiki Link Nut A personification of the canopies of the heavens, known as the "sky goddess". Mother of these Egyptian pantheon: Horus, Isis, Nepththys, Osiris and Set; she gave birth to these five, in five consecutive days, after Atum punished her saying to never give birth on days of the year.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Nybbas A demon associated with the management of dreams and visions. This spirit is characterized to be a smiling charlatan according to Babylonian myths. Other names of this entity: Nabu.Category:Other Wiki Link Nyx Also known as Nox that is the female entity of the night.Category:Greco-Roman Odin From Norse mythology, this being is the king of Asgard, known as the "god of war". This was the father of Baldr and Hod from his wife (Frigg), and his other children Thor, Vali, and Vidar, were from giantesses.Category:Nordic Wiki Link Ogdoad This names means "the eightfold", these beings are a representation of balance. These are eight primordial Egyptian pantheon: Amun and Amunet (obscurity), Heh and Hauhet (infinity), Kek and Kauket (darkness), and Nu and Naunet (water).Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Omecihuatl The wife of Ometecuhtli, known as the "two in one creator" were the personification of duality. Characterized as a two sided being, half-man and half woman; parents of Xipe Totec, Tezcatlipoca, Quetzalcoatl, and Huitzilopochtli.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Ometecuhtli The husband of Omecihuatl, known as the "two in one creator" were the personification of duality. Characterized as a two sided being, half-man and half woman; parents of Xipe Totec, Tezcatlipoca, Quetzalcoatl, and Huitzilopochtli.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Oni Ogre or troll spirits from Japanese culture characterized with horns on their heads, carrying iron clubs, in loincloths. These spirits are often red, green or blue, they are demons.Category:Asian Wiki Link Onoskelis A demon characterized as a beautiful woman with the legs of a donkey. Mentioned in Jewish mysticism.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Opis Characterized as a female holding bread in her hand, this entity is associated with fertility and the earth. Married to Saturn; her Greekcounterpart is Rhea. Other names of this entity: Ops.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Orias A demon known as "marquis Orias", that teaches about stars and the mansions on planets. Other names of this entity: Oriax.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Orobas A demon known as "prince Orobas", said to not deceive anyone and loyal to the conjurer. Characterized as a horse that can transform into a man.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Ose A demon known as "president Ose", and "a great president of hell". Characterized as a leopard that will transform into a man.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Osiris One of ancient Egypt's oldest and most popular pantheon; known as the judge and lord of the dead. Ancient Egyptians would try to be buried close to his cult center in Abydos, they believed it would guarantee a safe entrance to the afterlife.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Ouroboros A sea dragon, the son of Loki and Angrboda from Norse mythology; this entity was said to be long enough to circle the world. The dragon can be find in various cultures all throughout the world.Category:Nordic Wiki Link Paimon Known as "King Paimon", he is a entity that rules tasked over 200 spirits. Commander tasked over the Sperion and said to be a fallen cherub, this is a demonic force. Other names of this entity: Abalam or Peyman.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Pakhet A name meaning, "she who scratches"; characterized as a lioness. Known to hunt at night to terrorize enemies; a mistress to Horus.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Pallas A giant, born from the blood of the castrated entity Uranus and mother, Gaia. Other names if this entity: Megamedes. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Pan Characterized as a hairy man with a sheep's body; the entity is tasked over the woods & fields, flocks & sheep. Other names for this entity: Inuus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Parvati A major entity worshipped in Hinduism, this female being is tasked over beauty, children , devotion, fertility, love and marriage. Known as a supreme being with over a hundred names and aspects; this is the wife of the protector being Shiva.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Pax From Roman mythology, this is the female personification of peace. Daughter of Justitia and Jupiter; the Greek counterpart is Eirene or Irene.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Pazuzu Known as the "king of demons of the wind" from ancient Mesopotamia. Other names for this entity: Fazuzu.Category:Other Wiki Link Peitho The personification of persuasion and seduction, this is a female being often paired with Aphrodite. This being was said to have place gold necklaces on the neck of Pandora after she was created.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Pele From Hawaiian folklore, this is the female entity over fire and volcanoes, that was banished from the heavens, by her father Kane. The spirit is said to have a firy temper and to be the cause of volcano eruptions.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Perse A sea nymph that was the daughter of the Titans Tethys and Oceanus, and wife of Helios. Other names for this entity: Persa or Perseis.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Persephone Female entity tasked over the season of spring; resides in the underworld with Hades. Other names for this entity: Kore, Kora, Libera, Persipina, Proserpina, Proserpine, Persephassa, Persephatta, or Persipnei.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Phenex A demon known as "marquis Phenex", this demon has a child's voice. Known to be deceived that he can return to heaven one day.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Philophrosyne A welcoming young female spirit associated with amity. Daughter of one of the Charites, Aglaia. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Phlegyas A son of Ares, this was a hybrid, as his mother was princess Chryse, daughter of Halmus. He was killed by Apollo and tormented in Tartarus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Phobos A personification of fear and horror, with a name meaning "fear". This was the child of Ares and Aphrodite; characterized to be a lion.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Phoenix An ancient bird-like creature born of fire. This creature can be found in several cultures around the world.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Pleione Known to protect sailors, this was a sea nymph that married the Titan, Atlas. After being chased by Orion, that was obsessively in love with her, Zeus turned her into a shooting star.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Plutus An entity tasked over wealth, known as the "divine child" of to the female entity Demeter and Iasion. This being was blinded by Zeus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Poli’ahu From Hawaiian folklore, this is the female entity that inhabited the top of Mount Kilauea, she brings snow. In a competition against Pele, her sister, she won ownership of the mountain.Category:Polynesian Wiki Link Pontus Entity tasked over the deeps of the sea. A preolympian entity that is predecessor to Poseidon.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Poseidon Entity tasked over the sea & horses, also thought to be the starter of earthquakes. He is the brother to Hades and Zeus. Other names this entity is known by: Triton.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Pothos The son of Aphrodite, an Erote, and father Zephyr; with a name meaning "longing" or "yearning". Associated with sexual desire, longing and yearning for a lover.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Ptah Characterized to be resting under a moringa tree, also as a mummified man holding the Was scepter. One of ancient Egypt's oldest pantheon, known as the "chief god", "creator of the world", and "lord of truth".Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Purson Characterized as a man with a lion's face; known as "king Purson". Other names of this entity: Pursan or Curson.Category:African Wiki Link Qetesh With a name meaning, "holy", but often characterized as a naked snake female with snakes in her left hand and lotus in her right hand. This female entity is tasked over sexual pleasure and sacred ecstasy. Other names for this entity: Kadesh, Kedesh, Kades, Qadesh, Qedesh, Qetesh, or Qades.Category:Babylonian Wiki Link Queen Of Heaven The deified aspect of Mary of the Bible by Catholicism. However this entity is attributed to several different entities of countless cults and religions: Anat, Aashera, Astarte, Hera, Inanna, Ishtar, Isis, Juno, and Virgin Mary.Category:Other Wiki Link Ra Known as the creator and supreme lord, he's "the great sun god of Heliopolis". He is one of the most important and popular pantheons of ancient Egypt. Other names for this entity: Atum or Re.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Rabisu Vampire-like demons or spirits from Akkadian myth, that are known to attack souls coming through the "Road of Bone to the City of the Dead". Other names of these entities: Rabasa.Category:Other Wiki Link Raja Bali A demon that offered its head to Vishnu, and was sent to Pataal (the underworld in Hinduism) .Other names of this entity: Bali, Mahabali or Māveli.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Raum A demon known as "count Raum" and "a great earl of hell". Characterized as a crow; other names of this entity: Raim, Rey or Reym.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Renenutet Often characterized as a female taming a cobra; a name meaning, "snake who nourishes". Other names for this entity: Renenet or Ernutet.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Reshep A mistress to Qudshu, the female being tasked over sexual pleasure and ecstasy. Characterized as a strong warrior, arm extended holding a war club, with a Mesopotamian style beard, in a skirt.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Rhea A titaness tasked over nature, particularly lions, bees, mountains, caverns, walls and fortresses. Other names for this entity: Agdistis, Cybele, Magna Mater, Meter or Meter Oreie.Category:Titans Wiki Link Ronove A demon known as "a great earl of hell", "count Ronove", and "marquis Ronove". This demon is a harvester of souls.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Sabnock A demon known as "marquis Sabnock"; a leader of over fifty legions of demons. Other names of this entity: Sab Nac, Sabnac, Sabnach, Sabnack, Sabnacke, Salmac and Savnock.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Sallos Associated with causing love between a man and woman; characterized as a handsome man riding a crocodile, with a crown. Known as "duke Sallos"; Other names for this entity: Saleos or Zaleos.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Samigina A demon known to give accounts for souls that have died in sin. Also known as "marquis Samigina; other names for this entity: Gamygyn or Gamigin.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Satis This entity is the female being tasked over the southern border of Egypt; characterized as a female wearing the White Crown of Upper Egypt with antelope horns. Other names for this entity: Satet or Satit.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Saturn A entity tasked over agriculture, a protector tasked over sowers & seeds. Known as "king of the Titans"; Other names for this entity: Cronus or Cronus.Category:Titans Wiki Link Scylla An ancient sea monster from Greek mythology, characterized to have twelve feet, razor sharp teeth and six heads. The sorceress Circe turned her into a monster because she wanted to the Glaucus to love her, not the sea nymph, Scylla.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Seere A demon known as "prince Seere", said to be "a demon of good nature". Characterized to be a beautiful man riding a winged-horse. Other names for this entity: Seir, Seire, or Sear.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Segomo Associated with the hawk and eagle, this entity was worshipped for war in Gallo-Roman religion. With a name meaning "victor" or "mighty one".Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Seker One of the oldest pantheons of Egypt, this entity is tasked over agriculture and growth. Also, associated as being a guardian of the entrance to the afterlife; a protector being.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Sekhmet A female entity known as "the female powerful one", with a name meaning, "powerful". This entity is one of ancient Egypt's most significant female pantheons.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Selene A female entity tasked over the moon also known as LunaCategory:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Serapis A hybrid that was a blend of Apis and Osiris, known to be a "supreme deity". He was developed from the characteristics of Asklepius, Dionysius, Hades, Helios, and Zeus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Seret A protector being tasked over her followers and will avenge for wrongs done to them. Characterized as a lioness.Category:Egyptian Serket Characterized as a female with a scorpion on her head; there is a golden statue of her in King Tut's tomb. A protective being, especially for children that get stung or bit by venomous creatures.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Seshat With a name meaning "the female scribe", and also known as "she who is foremost in the house of books". This entity is a patroness tasked over books, measurements, notations and writings. Other names for this entity: Sefkhet-Abwy or Safekh-Aubi.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Set Known to be "a vanguard in war"; entity tasked over chaos, pestilence, storms and war. With a name meaning, "instigator of confusion" or "destroyer". Other names for this entity: Seth or Sutekh.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Shani Known as the "god of justice", characterized to be holding a sword and riding a crow. Manda is his mistress; this entity is the personification of the Hindu zodiac of the planet Saturn.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Shax Known to enter a triangle drawn on the floor, and to be "a great liar". Characterized as a stork; other names for this entity: Scox, Shaz, Shass, Shan or Chax. Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Shed A protector being to guard mortal enemies and wild animals, also protecting against spells cast by enemies from ghosts and demons.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Shentayet With a name meaning "widow", an aspect of Isis that lost her husband then revived him. A female protector being; other names for this entity: Isis-Shentayet.Category:Egyptian Shenxian A shaman in Chinese mythology, that is known for guarding the elixir of life, although they have immortality. These spirits were once mortals but they are known to have attained enlightenment.Category:Asian Wiki Link Shesmetet Characterized as a female with the lion's head. Known as the "lady of punt"; other names for this entity: Sekhmet and Bastet.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Shezmu The personification of the negative and positive of drunkenness. Associated with oils, perfume and wine.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Shinigami A name meaning "god of death" this is the Japanese personification of the spirit of death. This entity is known to be a death bringer, similar to the grim reaper being.Category:Asian Wiki Link Shu A name meaning "emptiness"; associated with brightness and light. This is the entity tasked over the air; clouds are said to be the "bones of shu" and mist as the "lakes of shu".Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Sia The personification of the heart, spoken words, perception and thoughtfulness. Characterized to be holding a papyrus scroll in his hands, and as a man sitting on Ptah's right side.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Siddhartha Gautama This was the name of the founder of Buddhism who is known as, "the awakened one". He was the Buddha.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Sitri A demon known as "a great prince of hell" and "prince Sitri". Other names of this entity: Sytry or Bitru.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Sköll A ferocious wolf being from Norse mythology that chases the female sun being, Sunna; his brother, Hati, chases the moon being, Mani. With a name meaning "mockery" or "treachery"; this is a child of Fenrir.Category:Nordic Wiki Link Sky Bull Known as "the bull of the west", a protector being. Often characterized to have seven cows (his wives) around him; presiding tasked over both the heavens and afterlife.Category:Ancients Sobek A vital protector being; a name meaning "crocodile" and also characterized as a man with a crocodile head. Associated procreation and fertility, known as "lord of the domain", and associated with a pharaoh's authority.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Sol entity tasked over the sunCategory:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Sopdu The entity that guarded the eastern border of Egypt, a protector being. Often characterized wearing a crown with two feathers and a man with a beard.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Soqdet This entity is the personification of the star Sirius and also characterized as a cow being. A mistress to Sah that personified the constellation Orion; other names of this entity: Sothis.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Souls of Nekhen and Pe The ancestral souls of the cities of Nekhen and Pe, symbolically the unification of the Lower and Upper cities in Egypt. Pe is characterized with a falcon's head and Nekhen is characterized with a jackal's head.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Spenta Mainyu An aspect of Ahura Mazda, known as the highest entity of Zoroastrianism. Other names of this entity: Amesha Spenta.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Star Deities Known as "the stars that knows no rest" a collection of stars associated with the Egyptians pantheons. Jupiter "Horus who limits the two lands", Mars "Horus of the horizon", Mercury known as "Sebegu", Orion "father of the gods", Saturn "Horus bull of the heavens", and Venus "the one who crosses".Category:Egyptian Stolas A demon known as "prince Stolas"; characterized as an long-legged owl with a crown. Other names for this entity: Solas, Stoppas, or Stolos.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Stratos Brother to the king of the Titans, Cronus, that was known to be afraid of his brother. An entity that was associated with the winds, and would cause chaos and destruction with the winds for the amusement of Cronus.Category:Titans Styx The personification of the river boundary between Earth and the underworld. A female being that is said to be they daughter of Tethys and wife to the Titan, Pallas.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Sundari Step-sister of the Buddha, that became a Buddhist nun. Other names of this entity: Sundari Nanda.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Sunna The female being from Norse mythology, associated with the sun. Known to be ever glowing and all bright; this entity is supposed to be killed by Skoll.Category:Nordic Wiki Link Ta-Bitjet A female entity that was absorbed into Isis, and associated with Serket. A protector being against poisonous bites or stings. Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Tarturus The lowest depths of the underworld, even below Hades. Known as the entity of the depths of the underworld. Other names this entity is known as: Tartaros or Tartarizo.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Tasenetnofret A female being known as the "the beautiful sister" or "the good sister". Another form of Hathor in Kom Ombo; a mistress to Horus.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Tatenen The personification of the land of Egypt; a bisexual entity. Other names for this entity: Khenty-Tjenenet, Ta-tenen, Tatjenen, Tathenen, Tanen, Tenen, Tanenu, and TanuuCategory:Egyptian Wiki Link Taweret Often characterized as a hippo, a protector being. A dwarf-god of childbirth, humor, sexuality and war. Other names for this entity: Taurt, Tuat, Tuart, Ta-weret, Tawaret, Twert and Taueret; also called "follower of Horus".Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Tayt Often associated with the pharaoh; known to guard the king's head, gathering his bones, provide his clothes, and making sure he was welcomed into the afterlife by the other gods. This female entity is associated with embalming and weaving.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Tefnut A female entity characterized as a female with a lion's head sitting or a snake with a lion's head. Associating with the sound of spitting and characterized "by a pair of lips, spitting". Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Telegonus An entity tasked over death; other names of this entity: Mors.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Tengu Spirits from Shinto religion of Japan, that is characterized as a bird-man, also known to be mountain and forest beings. They are demon goblins known to have long noses.Category:Asian Wiki Link Tetrads These are the four sons of Horus: Duamutef, Hapy, Imsety, and Qebehsenuef. All with female counterparts: Neith, Nephthys, Isis, and Serket.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Thalia The third Charites, with the name meaning "blooming". A daughter of Zeus; usually associated with banquets and festivitiesCategory:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Thanatos The Greek personification of death, with a name meaning "to be dying". Son of Nyx and brother of Hypnos.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Theia A titaness associated with the gift of sight and bright light. This is the daughter of Uranus and Gaia, and mother of Eos, Helios, and Selene.Category:Titans Wiki Link Themis Ancient female titaness of divine order, law and custom. Category:Titans Wiki Link Theotonius A Catholic priest venerated for his continual prayer for the souls in purgatory. Historically, his Friday masses would end with him leading processions through the graveyard; also known as an advocate for the poor.Category:Other Wiki Link Thetis One of the nereids, a sea nymph.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Thoth Known as the "lord of time" and "reckoner of years"; associated with libraries and books. This Egyptian entity is tasked over integrity, truth and wisdom. Characterized as a baboon or more commonly as a male with an ibis head.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Thor Son of Odin and the giantess, Jord; this entity is known as the strongest of all the Asgardians. Thursday (Thor's day) was named after him; known as the being that makes thunder and lightening with his hammer.Category:Nordic Wiki Link Timor Roman counterpart to Greek entity Phobos. Characterized as a lion, known to instill fear during war.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Tjenenyet Associated with childbirth, a protector being. Known to be mistress of Montu and famously worshipped in the ancient city, Hermopolis. Also the patroness tasked over brewery and beer; Other names for this entity: Tenenet or Tjenenet.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Tlazolteotl A female Mayan entity that will listen to people's confession, known as the "goddess of purity". The spirit was known to help purify and clean a person's thoughts; other names of this entity: Nahuatl.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Tree Goddesses Some entities often associated with trees: Hathore (also called, "lady of the sycamore"), Isis, and Nut. Associated with the practice of burying a body in a wooden casket to return the soul to the "mother goddess".Category:Egyptian Triads Usually a grouping of three beings or types of beings, often parental-child groupings. Sometimes characterized with jackal, lion, and ram-headed beings.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Tutu Often characterized as a lion with a snake tail, large wings and with the face of a man. Known as a protector being that warded off demons black magic.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Ukobach A demon that was characterized to be red, with big eyes and holding a pitch fork. Known as "a demon of inferior order"; other names of this entity: Urobach.Category:Other Wiki Link Uma A major entity worshipped in Hinduism, this female being is tasked over beauty, children , devotion, fertility, love and marriage. Known as a supreme being with over a hundred names and aspects; this is the wife of the protector being Shiva.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Unut Famously worshipped in the ancient city, Hermopolis; often characterized as a female with a rabbit head or snake with a rabbit's head. Other names this entity is known as: Wenet or Wenut, and known as "the swift one".Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Uranus Entity tasked over the sky and heavens, he was the father of the titans. Husband of Gaia, and father of Zeus, that overthrew his father and castrated him. That blood was to have created the giants, the furies and nymphs.Category:Titans Wiki Link Urqu Yaya Stoicheion from Incan and Andean folklore about the spirits of the mountains in the Andes. The spirit is also associated with rocks of the Andes.Category:Meso/South American Urqutaytacha Stoicheion from Incan and Andean folklore about the spirits of the mountains in the Andes. The spirit is also associated with rocks of the Andes.Category:Meso/South American Usha Characterized as a beautiful, youthful female sometimes riding hundred of chariots led by red cows. Many hymns in the Vedas (sacred texts of Hinduism) are dedicated to this entity.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Uto Greek variant of Wadjet; Sister to Nekhbet. Often characterized with a snake's body and female's head. Also this female entity is associated to be a type and shadow of Wadjet.Category:Greco-Roman Valefor A demon known as "duke Valefor", it is said that "until they are caught in his trap" his associates find him to be good. Other names of this entity: Valefar, Malaphar or Malephar.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Valupa A female demon known as "a powerful duchess of hell"; associated with teaching mechanics, philosophy and sciences. Characterized as a griffin-winged lion.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Vassago A demon said to be "of good nature" and "just and true in all his doings". Known as "prince Vassago"; other names of this entity: Usagoo or Vasago.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Vepar A demon known to be a "strong, great duke of hell". Can cause "putrefying wounds and sores" on a person to cause death in three days.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Vesta The daughter of the titans Rhea and Cronus. Other names of this entity: Hestia.Category:Titans Wiki Link Vine Characterized to be holding a viper, riding on a black horse and that is a lion. A demon known as "king Vine" and "count Vine". Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Volac Characterized as riding a two-headed dragon and as a boy. Known as "president Valac"; other names for this entity: Valac, Valak or Valu.Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Vual Associated with causing friendships between foes and friends; and known to speak the Egyptian language. Known as "duke Vual", a "mighty, great duke of hell".Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Vucub Hunahpu The Mayan entity was the twin of Hun Hunahpu, as a pair they were seen as life and death, earth and sky, day and night. These are the second pair of twins from Mayan mythology.Category:Meso/South American Vulcan The Roman counterpart of Hephaestus, from Greek myths, also a blacksmith servant for the Olympians. Son of Jupiter and Juno, and husband to Venus.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Wadjet Said to be one of the oldest Egyptian pantheons, this is the rearing snake on the uraeus (the king's insignia). A female that provided protection against bad luck, demons or ghosts. Other names for this entity: Weret-Hekau meaning "great of magic".Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Wadj-wer A personification of the Mediterranean Sea, often associated with tomb inscriptions and protector amulets. The name Wadj-wer means, "the great green"; also believed to be associated with lagoons, lakes, and swamps.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Waiau From Hawaiian folklore, is the enemy of Pele, this female spirit is a snow being from the mountain, Mauna Kea. This is the sister of Lilinoe, Poliahu, and Kahoupokane, all known for wisdom, adventure and beauty.Category:Polynesian Wanyudo Characterized as a giant's head trapped in the wheel of a fiery oxtail cart. The spirit is known to enjoy inflicting pain on the living, especially criminals or wicked people.Category:Asian Wiki Link Weneg Known to be a mediator for the Egyptian beings during disputes. Also said to hold up the earth and heavens; also a protector being. Other names of this entity: Uneg.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Wenenu Often characterized as a rabbit-headed man, this entity is a protector being. A mistress to Unut; Wenenu is subject to Osiris or sometimes Ra.Category:Egyptian Wepset A female entity with a name meaning, "she who burns", that provides protection for Osiris. Sometimes characterized as a serpent but also as a female wearing a uraeus.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Wepwawet An ancient jackal-like entity often characterized with a falcon, similar to, but not to be confused with Anubis. Other names for this entity: Wepwwet-Ra, Wepiu or Wepuaut.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Werethekau With a name meaning "great of magic"; often characterized as a female taming a snake. A protector female being; associated with the uraeus (the pharaoh's crown with a cobra insignia).Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Wosret Characterized as a female holding the Was scepter , staff and ankh, whish represented the military might of Thebes. This entity is the personification of the city "Waset", with a name meaning "the powerful female one". Other names for this entity: Waset or Wasyet.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Xaphan This was a fallen angel that wanted to set heaven on fire, before he was kicked out of heaven along Satan and the other third of fallen angels. The fallen being is associated with fire.Category:Fallen Angels Wiki Link Xbalanque The twin of Hunahpu, that defeated their uncle of the underworld (Xibalba) in a game of football. These are the second pair of twins from Mayan mythology.Category:Meso/South American Wiki Link Xenophanes He was a Greek philosopher, before Socrates, that theologized about divine nature. He was known to criticize the stories of Greco-Roman entities, and was more keen to monotheism.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Yam Of Canaanite and Phoenician origin. Known as the "god of the sea" that is also referenced in the Egyptian mythology. And mentioned in a battle with Baal.Category:Ancients Wiki Link Yama A spirit of the underworld in Hinduism that tortures sinners, known to be the first human to die. With a name meaning "twin", his twin sister is Yami.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Yogini This is an aspect of the incarnation of Parvati from Hinduism. These are women that are spiritual teachers of yoga, in Buddhism and Hinduism.Category:Hindu Wiki Link Zagan A demon that can turn blood into wine; characterized sometimes as a man, but often as a griffin-winged bull. Known as "king Zagan" or "president Zagan".Category:Princes of Hell Zenenet In the ancient city of Hermonthis the entity "Isis" was called Zenenet.Category:Egyptian Wiki Link Zelus The Greek personification of zeal, dedication, jealousy and envy. This entity was a retainer for Zeus; other names of this entity: Zelos.Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Zepar Associated with having women fall in love with men, making couples come together, and making women barren. Characterized as a soldier wearing red; known as "duke Zepar".Category:Princes of Hell Wiki Link Zephyrus entity of the west wind, one of the Anemoi (the wind entities)Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Zeus This entity has many names: Jupiter, Dias, Jovis Pater, Jove, and Tinia. Often associated with the weather, especially lightning. Known has lord of the sky, tasked over all Greco-Roman entities, thunder, rain & clouds. Category:Greco-Roman Wiki Link Zhang Guolao One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, the depiction of old age and known as "Elder Guo Lao". This entity is associated with the elixir of life and a drum that could cure life. Often characterized as an old man with a white mule that he could fold into his money bag. Category:Asian Wiki Link Zhongli Quan One of the Eight Immortals from Daoism, this is the military man and also the depiction of death. Characterized as a beefy man with his stomach exposed, often holding a fan to bring the dead back to life.Category:Asian Wiki Link
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