This is an A to Z listing of the Gods, Goddesses, Saints, Angels, Spirits, and other supernatural beings. It is by no means a complete listing, but I think it’s a good start. If you know who it is you want to get to know better, this is the list for you. If you are looking for deities or spirits of a particular genre, check out the categories listed in the side bar.



  • Abandinus – Possibly a river-God
  • Abellio (Abelio, Abelionni) – God of apple trees
  • Abnoba – A Goddess of rivers and forests
  • Adsullata – Goddess of the River Savubalabada
  • Ægir – Ruler of the sea.
  • Aeron – God of war
  • Agathodaemon – Benevolent serpent spirit
  • Agathos – Lord of Vineyards, protection and prosperity
  • Agni – God of fire, and acceptor of sacrifices.
  • Agrona – A Goddess of war
  • Alaunus – God of healing and prophecy
  • Amaethon – God of agriculture
  • Amaunet – Goddess of Heaven
  • Ammavaru – Goddess who laid the egg that hatched Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu.
  • Ambisagrus – A God of thunder and lightning, Ancestor God, Sky God, God of Wind, Rain & Hail
  • Ament – The Westerner, Hidden Goddess, Goddess of the Underworld
  • Amun – King of the gods, God of the Wind Combined with sun God Ra to become more powerful.
  • Ancamna – A water Goddess
  • Ancasta – Goddess of the River Itchen
  • Andarta – A Goddess of war
  • Andhrímnir – Cook of the gods.
  • Andraste – Goddess of victory
  • Anemoi – Greek wind spirits of the eight directions
  • Anextiomarus (Anextlomarus, Anextlomara) – A protector God
  • Angels – Great helpers of humankind
  • Anhur – Skybearer, very early aspect of the God Osiris
  • Ankou – A God of death
  • Anne (St Anne) – Patroness of unmarried women, housewives, women in labor, grandmothers, horseback riders, cabinet-maker
  • Anput – Goddess of the seventeenth Nome of Upper Egypt
  • Anubis – God of dead, embalming, funerals, and mourning ceremonies
  • Anuket – Goddess of the Nile Cataracts
  • Anumati  – Also known as Chandrama, is a lunar deity and Goddess of wealth, intellect, children, spirituality, and prosperity.
  • Apam Napat – God of fresh water, such as in rivers and lakes.
  • Apep – God of chaos sometimes seen as Apophis the chaos snake
  • Aphrodite – Goddess of love and beauty. She is also believed to have kept a watchful eye over sailors.
  • Apollo – Beautiful God of the light, medicine and music. Apollo represents order, harmony, and civilization
  • Apophis – God of snakes and war and Chaos He lives in the Duat.
  • Aranyani – A Goddess of the forests and the animals that dwell within them. She is described as being elusive, fond of quiet glades in the jungle, and fearless of remote places.
  • Arawn – King of the otherworld realm of Annwn
  • Arausio – A God of water
  • Arduinna – Goddess of the Ardennes Forest
  • Ardhanari – A composite androgynous form of the Hindu God Shiva and his consort Parvati
  • Ares – God of war.
  • Arjuna – The hero of the Hindu epic Mahabharata.
  • Arnemetia – A water Goddess
  • Artemis – Goddess moon, forest, childbirth and the hunt. Although she was associated with childbirth and children, Artemis was a virgin.
  • Artio – Goddess of the bear
  • Aruna – Is a personification of the reddish glow of the rising Sun, which is believed to have spiritual powers.
  • Arundhati – Is identified with the morning star and also with the star Alcor which forms a double star with Mizar in Ursa Major.
  • Arvernus – A tribal God
  • Aryaman – Signifies “bosom friend”. He is an Aditya, a solar deity. He is chief of the manes and the Milky Way is his path.
  • Aslesais  – The 9th Nakshatra among the 27 Nakshatras in Hindu astrology. Ashlesha is also known as the Clinging Star or Nāga. It is known as Hydra.
  • Asura –  Sometimes considered naturalists, or nature-beings. They are the forces of chaos that are in constant battle with the Devas.
  • Asvayujau – A Goddess of good luck, joy and happiness.
  • Atepomarus – A horse God
  • Athena – Goddess of wisdom and war and the patron Goddess of Athens. She was also a virgin Goddess.
  • Atlas – Zeus punished him to forever bear the heavens upon his shoulders.
  • Auf – Aspect of the Sun god Ra
  • Aveta – A mother Goddess, associated with the fresh-water spring at Trier, in what is now Germany


  • Baba Yaga – Death Spirit
  • Babi – God of baboons
  • Bacchus – God of Wine
  • Baldr – God of beauty, innocence, peace, and rebirth.
  • Banebdedet – An Egyptian Ram God, God of discussion, arbitration, peace.
  • Barinthus (Manannán mac Lir) – a God of the sea and water
  • Baron Samedi – Master of the Cemetery, Lord of the Dead
  • BastBastet – Cat Goddess known to protect pregnant women and children. The protector of Ra, his third eye.
  • Belatucadros – A God of war
  • Belenus – A God of healing.
  • Beli Mawr – Ancestor deity
  • Belisama – A Goddess of lakes and rivers, fire, crafts and light.
  • Bellona – Goddess of War and Conquest
  • Bendigeidfran – Giant and King of Britain
  • Berchta – Goddess of Abundance, Queen of Witches
  • Bes  – Dwarf God God of Pregnant woman, newborn babies, and family also known to protect from snake and scorpion bites
  • Bhaga – God of wealth
  • Bona Dea – The Good Goddess
  • Borvo (Bormo, Bormanus) – A God of mineral and hot springs
  • Borrum – A God of the winds.
  • Bragi – God of poetry, music and the harp.
  • Brahma – A creator God
  • Britannia – Originally a personification of the island, later made into a Goddess
  • Búri – Ruler of Prehistory, the first God.
  • Buto – Cobra goddess and protectress of Lower Egypt
  • Buxenus – A God of box trees


  • Cailleach – Queen of Winter, Goddess of Sovereinty, Wild Woman with elemental power,
  • Camulus (Camulus, Camalos) – A God of war and sky
  • Chelone – Greek Goddess of turtles, silence, and the homeless.
  • Cicolluis – God of Celtic army
  • Cissonius (Cisonius, Cesonius) – A God of trade
  • Clota – Patron Goddess of the River Clyde
  • Cocidius – A God of war
  • Coeus – The Titan of Intelligence.
  • Concordia – Goddess of harmony and good relations
  • Condatis – A God of the confluences of rivers
  • Contrebis (Contrebis, Contrebus) – A God of a city
  • Coventina – Goddess of wells and springs
  • Crius – He represented the tremendous power of the sea.
  • Cupid – God of Love


  • Dagr – God of the daytime
  • Damara – A fertility Goddess
  • Damballah – A loving father to the world
  • Ded Moroz – Father Frost, Russian Santa – Also see Morozko
  • Delling – God of dawn.
  • Dea Matrona – “Divine mother Goddess” and Goddess of the River Marne in Gaul
  • Dea Sequana – Goddess of the River Seine
  • Debranua – A Goddess of speed and fat
  • Dhāt – God of health and magic, also called Dhūti
  • Diana – Goddess of the Moon
  • Dii Casses  – God of refuse
  • Dis Pater (Dispater) – A God of the underworld
  • Dragon King of The Sea – God of the Sea, a storm God


  • Earth Angels – Incarnated Elementals (Nature Spirits) and animals.
  • Easter Bunny – An animal sacred to the Goddess Eostre
  • Eileithyia – Goddess of childbirth.
  • Eir – Goddess of healing.
  • Elemental Fairies – Thought-forms of the Great Beings, in charge of the evolution of the vegetable kingdom.
  • Elli – Goddess of old age.
  • Ēostre – Goddess of spring.
  • Epona – Fertility Goddess, protector of horses, donkeys, and mules
  • Erecura – Earth Goddess


  • Fagus – A God of beech trees
  • Father Frost – Russian Santa Claus also see Morozko
  • Flora – Goddess of Flowers
  • Forseti – God of justice, peace and truth.
  • Freyja – Goddess of love, fertility, and battle.
  • Freyr – God of fertility. Consort
  • Frigg – Goddess of marriage and motherhood.
  • Fuji – Goddess of Mount Fuji, Fertility and fire Goddess


  • Ganesh (Ganpati) – God of wisdom and remover of all obstacles.
  • Gaea (Gaia)- The Earth Goddess.
  • Geb – God of the earth
  • Gefjun – Goddess of fertility and plough.
  • Gengen-Wer – Goose God
  • Genii Cucullati – Hooded Spirits
  • Ghost – A dead soul that maintains a presence in the realm of the living or perhaps refuses to leave.
  • Gobnait (Saint Gobnait) – Patron of honeybees and beekeepers
  • Grannus – A God of healing and mineral springs


  • Hades – God of the Underworld.
  • Hanuman – The 11th incarnation of Lord Shiva, is the monkey devotee and messenger of Rama
  • Hapi – God of the Nile, crops, fertility, water, prosperity
  • Hathor – Goddess of love “alter ego” of Sehkmet
  • Hecate – Queen of the Night, Goddess of the Crossroads
  • Heh – God of eternity, longevity, happiness
  • Heimdall – One of the Æsir and guardian of Asgard, their realm.
  • Heket – Goddess of frogs
  • Hel – Queen of Helheim, the Norse underworld.
  • Hephaestus – God of fire and the forge.
  • Hera – Queen of the Gods, wife of Zeus, protector of marriage.
  • Hermes – The messenger of the gods, God of business. He was a very smart child, inventing the lyre by using a tortoise’s shell when he was only a newborn baby.
  • Hestia – Goddess of home, symbolized by the hearth which holds the ever-burning flame.
  • Hlín – Goddess of consolation and protection.
  • Hodor – God of winter.
  • Hœnir – The silent God.
  • Holler – Lord of Frost and the King of Winter.
  • Horae – Goddesses of the Hours
  • Horus – Falcon headed Sun and Sky God, Divine Child, reborn Sun
  • Hosogami – Smallpox spirits
  • Hulda – A great and ancient Goddess of birth and death
  • Hyperion – “He who goes before the sun.”


  • Icaunus – A Goddess of a river
  • Icovellauna – A water Goddess
  • Ilmatar – Finnish Goddess of Creation
  • Imhotep – God of knowledge, medicine, magick, compassion, drugs, herbs, sleep
  • Iðunn – Goddess of youth.
  • Iovantucarus – A protector of youth
  • Isis – Goddess of magic, marriage, healing, and protection


  • Janus – God of Doors and openings
  • Jörð – Goddess of the Earth. Mother of Thor by Odin.


  • Kebechet – Goddess of purification Also known as the wandering Goddess, or the lost child
  • Khepera – He who becomes, God of Transformation
  • Khepri – God of scarab beetles Ra’s aspect in the morning
  • Khnum – Ram-headed God Ra’s aspect in the evening
  • Khonsu – God of the moon
  • Kuk – Personification of darkness
  • Kupalo –  Harvest deity, God of fertility and sexuality
  • Kvasir – God of inspiration.
  • Kwan Yin – Bodhisattva of Compassion, and Healing


  • Lakshmi – Goddess of wealth and prosperity
  • Lares – Guardian spirits of home and property
  • Lawrence (St Lawrence) – Patron saint of cooks and chefs, champion of the poor.
  • Lenus – A healing God
  • Leucetios (Leucetius) – A God of thunder
  • Lofn – Goddess of forbidden loves.
  • Loki – Trickster and God of mischief
  • Lugh – Master of Skills
  • Lugus – Creation and learning
  • Luxovius (Luxovius) – A God of a city’s water


  • Ma’at – Goddess of justice,truth and of order
  • Mafdet – God of justice Executioner of criminals, protector of the King’s chambers
  • Magni – God of strength
  • Maia – Goddess of Growth
  • Máni – God of the Moon
  • Maponos (Maponus) – A God of youth
  • Marduk – Creator of the universe and of humankind, the God of light and life, and the ruler of destinies
  • Mars – God of War
  • Mehueret – A universal Mother Goddess, Lady of Heaven
  • Menhit – Minor lion Goddess
  • Menthi – Sun god often with a bull head
  • Menu – Lord of Foreign Lands, God of the Eastern Desert
  • Mercury – Messenger of the Gods
  • Meshkenet – Goddess of childbirth and delivery
  • Metis – Ruled over all wisdom and knowledge
  • Min – Lord of Foreign Lands, God of the Eastern Desert
  • Minerva – Goddess of Wisdom
  • Mitra -The patron God of oaths and of friendship
  • Mnemosyne – Goddess of memory and the inventor of words
  • Modron – Welsh derivation of Dea Matrona, possible prototype for Morgan le Fay
  • Moritasgus – A healing badger God
  • Morozko – Russian God of Winter, Father Frost
  • Morrigan – War Goddess, spirit of birth, death, sex, destruction, and fertility.
  • Mother Holle – A great and ancient Goddess of birth and death
  • Mut – World Mother, Mistress of Heaven, Eye of Ra


  • Nanna – Goddess of joy and peace
  • Nantosuelta – Goddess of nature, the earth, fire, and fertility in Gaul
  • Neheb – God of eternity, longevity, happiness
  • Neith – The Huntress, Opener of the Ways, Protectress of women and marriage.
  • Nekhbet – Vulture Goddess
  • Nephthys – Funerary Goddess
  • Neptune – God of the Sea
  • Njörðr – God of sea, wind, fish, and wealth
  • Nodens (Nudens, Nodons) – A God of healing, the sea, hunting and dogs
  • Nótt – Goddess of night
  • Nut – Goddess of sky and stars


  • Obatala – see also Damballah
  • Oceanus – Is the unending stream of water encircling the world.
  • Odin – The “All Father” God of war, associated with wisdom, poetry, and magic (The Ruler of the gods)
  • Osiris – God of the underworld and the afterlife


  • Perchta – Goddess of Abundance, Queen of Witches
  • Phoebe – Titan of the Moon
  • Pluto – God of Death
  • Plutus – God of Wealth
  • Poseidon – God of the sea and earthquakes. As God of the seas Poseidon held great power, and could calm the waves or create terrible storms. He had an unreliable temper, and used his powers to generate fear and punishment on people as revenge
  • Prometheus – He stole the sacred fire from Zeus and the gods
  • Ptah – God of creation
  • Pūsan – Patron God of travellers and herdsmen, God of roads


  • Ra – God of the Sun
  • Radha – The life energy, the soul of lord Krishna and the Goddess of kindness, humanity, beauty
  • Rait  – Lady of the Heavens, Goddess of Wisdom and knowledge.
  • Rán – Goddess of the sea
  • Renenet – Lady of the double granary, Goddess of the 8th month of the Egyptian calendar.
  • Renpet – Mistress of eternity.
  • Revenants – The unquiet dead
  • Ritona (Pritona) – Goddess of fjords
  • Robor – A God of oak trees
  • Rosmerta – Goddess of fertility and abundance
  • Rudianos – A God of war


  • Sabrina, Goddess of the River Severn
  • Sága – An obscure Goddess, possibly another name for Frigg
  • Śakra – Also called Indra, the King of gods, and the God of rains
  • Salacia – Female divinity of the sea,
  • Saraswati – Also known as Gayatri, is the wife of Brahma and Goddess of knowledge and the arts
  • Satet – Goddess of the Cataracts, Goddess of fertility, water, the hunt, planting.
  • Saturn – God of Time
  • Sebek – Lord of Death, the Hidden One.
  • Segomo – A God of war
  • Seker – Guardian of the Underworld
  • Sekhmet – Goddess of lions, fire and vengeance. Alter form of Hathor
  • Selene – Goddess of the Moon
  • Sequana – Goddess of the River Seine
  • Serqet – Goddess of scorpions, happy marriages, and married sexual love.
  • Seshat – Goddess of writing and measurement
  • Seth – God of chaos/change, deserts, storms, foreigners
  • Shai (male) / Shait (female) – Guardian angel, presiding over destiny and fate. Sometimes a Goddess, sometimes a God.
  • Shu – God of wind and air
  • Sif – Wife of Thor. Goddess of harvest
  • Sir Fish – King of the Sea, a guardian deity in the form of a whale.
  • Sirona – Goddess of healing and fertility
  • Sjöfn – Goddess of love
  • Skaði – Goddess of winter
  • Smertrios (Smertios, Smertrius) – A God of war
  • Snotra – Goddess of prudence
  • Sobek – God of crocodiles and alligators. Rows Ra’s Sunboat throuht the Duat
  • Sol (Sunna) – Goddess of the Sun
  • Sucellus (Sucellos) – God of nature
  • Suleviae – A triune version of Sulis
  • Sulis – A solar nourishing, life-giving Goddess and an agent of curses


  • Tamesisaddas – Goddess of the River Thames
  • Taranis – God of thunder
  • Tawaret – Hippopotamus Goddess, Goddess of childbirth and fertility
  • Tefnut – Lion Goddess of water and fertility
  • Temu – Local god of Annu, the evening or night Sun.
  • Themis –  God of justice and order
  • Thoth–  Scribe God, God of wisdom
  • Three Mothers – Three phases of the Moon: Crescent, Full, and Dark, also, Maid, Mother, and Crone.
  • Toutatis (Caturix, Teutates) – A tribal God
  • Tridamos – Bovine triplication and abundance
  • Triple Goddess – Three phases of the Moon: Crescent, Full, and Dark, also, Maid, Mother, and Crone.
  • Tvāṣṭṛ – The smith among the gods
  • Tyr – God of war. Also the God of the skies


  • Ullr – God of winter, hunting, and dueling, and skiing
  • Unn The Wise Person – Matriarch, Role Model
  • Uranus – Sky God and first ruler.


  • Váli – God of revenge.
  • Vár – Goddess of contract
  • Varuna – The patron God of water and the oceans
  • – One of the three gods of creation
  • Venus – Goddess of Love
  • Verbeia –  Goddess of the River Wharfe
  • Vesta – Goddess of the Home
  • Vidar – God of the forest, revenge and silence
  • Vindonnus – A hunting and healing God
  • Vör – Goddess of wisdom
  • Vosegus – A God of the Vosges Mountains
  • Vulcan – The Smith God


  • Wadjet – Goddess of protection Sister of Nekhbet
  • Wadj-wer – Personifies the Mediterranean Sea and other lakes.


  • Yama – God of Dharma(moral ethics), of death and of justice
  • Yggdrasil – Tree of life. Connects the 9 worlds


  • Zeus – King of the Gods, God of the sky, symbolized by the thunderbolt. As the ruler of the Olympian gods, Zeus held enormous power and almost absolute authority. His role was primarily to watch over the activities of the other gods, and make sure they weren’t exceeding their powers.


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