Adonis — Greek God of rebirth and vegetation, worshipped in mystery religions for untold eonsApollo — Greek/Roman young solar God, God of light, truth and prophecy, God of archery, medicine and healing, God of music, poetry, and the arts Anubis — Egyptian God of the Dead Aten — Egyptian Supreme God, solar deity Brahma — Hindu Creator God Coyote — First Nations Trickster God Cernunnos — Celtic God of the Wild Hunt, fertility and masculine energy Dagda — Irish Father God, somewhat comical and bawdy Dionysus — Greek/Roman God of wine, of ritual ecstasy, God of agriculture, music, and theatre, communication between living and dead Eros — Greek God of sexuality and fertility Ganesh — Hindu God with elephant head, remover of obstacles, God of beginnings, patron of arts and sciences, of intelligence and wisdom Gopala — Hindu Child God, young Krishna, playful and mischevious while always aware of divinity Govinda — Sikh God, preserver, protective father Great Spirit — First Nations supreme Deity, Creator, Source Hades — Greek God of the Underworld and Death Hephaestus — Greek God of the Forge, of technology, craftsmen, sculptors, fire and volcanoes Hermes — Greek God of boundaries and travelers, shepherds and cowherds, orators, writers and poets, invention, commerce, and thieves. Messenger of the Gods. Trickster God. Herne — British God of vegetation, vine, and the wild hunt Holly King — English God of winter (rest, withdrawal) Horus — Egyptian Sky God, God of sun and moon, God of war and the hunt Krishna — Hindu Supreme God, essence of all creation Loki — Norse Trickster God, shape-shifter and gender-changer Lugh — Celtic Sun God, God of smiths and artisans, harvest god Mercury — Roman God of commerce, messenger of the Gods, speed and travel. Mithras — Persian God of light Oak King — English God of summer (expansion, growth, activity) Odin — Norse Father God , God of wisdom, wealth, inspiration, poetry, battle, hunting, magick, prophecy Osiris — Egyptian God of the Underworld and the harvest Pan — Greek nature God, Horned God, god of shepherds and flocks, of wild forests and fields, virility, fertility and spring Ra — Egyptian God, solar deity Rama — Hindu God representing the perfect human man and husband Set / Seth — Egyptian God of chaos, war, storms, desert Shiva — Hindu God, the destroyer of obstacles, transformer Sunna — Norse Sun God Tammuz — Egyptian green God Thoth — Egyptian God of magick and wisdom Vishnu — Hindu God, sustainer Zeus — Father God, Sky God To access info on Pagan Gods and Goddesses from various cultures, see A Small Dictionary of Pagan Gods & Goddesses.
Child God — Title used for Gods in the form of infants, such as Gopala, Baby Jesus, Horus (also Son God). Father God — Title used for Pagan patriarchs, such as Zeus, Dagda, Odin. Green Man — Title used for the Earth Gods, such as Tammuz, Herne, Dionysus (also Green God). Horned God — Title used for Wiccan Gods of the animals or the hunt, symbolizing virility and strength, such as Pan, Cernunnos, Herne, Pashupati. Lover God — Title used for Gods who aspect as consorts of the Goddess and lover to his devotees, such as Krishna, Cernunnos, Pan. Sacrificial Gods — Title used for deities whose ritual sacrifice provides life for the people, such as Osiris, Jesus, Adonis, and other Sun Gods and Green Gods Sun God — Title used for Solar Gods, such as Christ, Sunna, Apollo, Ra. Triple God — Title used for the godhead as a trinity, such as Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva; God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. (Strictly speaking, the Christian trinity is not a Triple God since the Holy Ghost was a feminine energy, but it's currently interpreted as masculine so I've included it here.)
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