Book of ShadowsGods and Goddesses

Other Gods and Goddesses

Other Gods and Goddesses

I do not claim to be any expert at any tradition or history, but I am offering this information, as I have found it. Feel free to comment or contribute, if this coincides with your area of interest or practice.



Rhiannon – Enchantments, fertility, the Underworld Manawydden – A shape shifting sea god
Morrigan – Goddess of War and Death Maeve – physical sexuality, fertility, revenge and war
Math Mathonwy – God of sorcery, magick, enchantment Lugh – Sun God
Llyr – God of sea and water Kai – A fire and smithing god. 
Grianne  – Sun Goddess Goibniu – “Great Smith”
Flidias – Woodlands and wild things Fand and Liban – health and earthly pleasures
Epona/Mare – horse goddess and dreams Dylan – God of the Sea



Odin – All father of Gods Freya – Mother Goddess, triple aspect
Thor – storms, thunder and lightening Balder  – “the shining God” innocence
Tyr – God of War Bragi – God of poetry and elegance
Ullr – God of the chase, runner and bowman Heimdall – Guardian of entrance to Underworld
Vithar Vili
Hodur Ve





Anubis – Watches over the dead (embalming) Hathor – Goddess of love, dance and alcohol
Bast Horus – sky God
Osiris – God of the  nether world Sekmet
Isis – motherhood, healing, magic Ra – Sun God







Nammu – Gave birth to Heavan and Earth Ninhursag – Mother Earth, Fertility
An – God of Heavens Enki – Water and Wisdom
Ki – Goddess of Earth Inanna – Love and War
Enlil – Air and Storms, Supreme Ruler Ereshkigal – Darkness, Gloom and Death
Utu -Sun God, Justice  






Artwork © Jonathon Earl Bowser
Artwork © Jonathon Earl Bowser

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