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Gods, Angels & Demons

ANGELS & DEMONS

The Western religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have all accepted the belief that there is,
between God and mankind, a class of intermediary beings called angels. The word angel comes from the
Greek word angelos, meaning "messenger." Angels are considered to be bodiless minds or spirits who
perform various services for God or for people on God's behalf.

Angels are good spirits. They have their counterpart in demons, or evil spirits. The word demon is derived
from the Greek word daimon, meaning basically any supernatural being or spirit. Belief in spirits of all
kinds was quite prevalent in the ancient world. But when Christianity appeared, nearly 2,000 years ago, it
condemned belief in such spirits and assigned them the name demon. Ever since, demons have been
thought of as evil spirits.

The origins of belief in angels and demons can be traced to the ancient Persian religion of Zoroastrianism.
Followers of the prophet Zoroaster believed that there were two supreme beings, one good and the other
evil. The good one, Ahura Mazda, was served by angels; the evil one, Ahriman, had demon helpers.
Zoroastrians referred to demons as daevas, hence the word devil. Belief in good and evil spirits worked its
way into Judaism and later into the religions of Christianity and Islam.

Angels are frequently mentioned in the Bible, mostly in the role of messengers from God to mankind.
Their appearances on Earth seem to have been in human form. In the Old Testament books of Job,
Ezekiel, and Daniel, as well as in the Apocryphal book of Tobit, angels play significant roles. In the Book of
Job the leading demon, Satan, is also introduced. But it is not until the New Testament that Satan is
portrayed, under the name Lucifer, as the first of the fallen angels--the angels that rebelled against God.

In the New Testament, angels are present at all the important events in the life of Jesus, from his birth to
the Resurrection. In the very dramatic Book of Revelation, angels are portrayed as the agents of God in
bringing judgment upon the world. Other New Testament writers also speak of angels. St. Paul especially
takes note of them by assigning them ranks. He lists seven groups: angels, archangels, principalities,
powers, virtues, dominions, and thrones. The Old Testament had spoken of only two orders: cherubim and
seraphim. Early Christianity accepted all nine ranks and in the course of time developed extensive
doctrines about both angels and demons. The latter were conceived of as Satan's legions, sent out to lure
mankind away from belief in God. Angels and demons play similar roles in Islam and are often mentioned
in its holy book, the Koran.

Belief in supernatural spirits has not been limited to the major Western religions. In the preliterate
societies of Africa, Oceania, Asia, and the Americas, spirits were thought to inhabit the whole natural
world. These spirits could act either for good or for evil, and so there was no division between them as
there has been between angels and demons. The power of these spirits is called mana, which can be either
helpful or hurtful to people.

Fascination with angels and demons has led to their frequent depiction in works of art and literature. The
paintings, stained glass, mosaics, and sculptures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance are especially replete
with figures of both. In John Milton's long poem 'Paradise Lost' (1667), Satan himself is a main character;
and the angels Raphael, Gabriel, and Michael play prominent roles. In Dante's 'Divine Comedy' (1321?)
angels appear as both messengers and guardians, and Satan is vividly portrayed frozen in a block of ice.

Brief Demons & Gods List


Name Origin Descriptions

Destroyer, Advisor. Said to be chief


Abaddon Hebrew of demons. Sometimes regarded as
the destroying angel.

from "Abd" meaning slave. Lord of


Abdiel Arabic
slaves/slavery.

One of the demonic rulers of the


Abduxuel Enochian
lunar mansions.

Abigor - allegedly a warrior demon who


commands sixty legions. Weyer
names Him as god of Grand Duke of
Hell. Appears in a pleasant form.
Also Abigar - Can fortell future and
give military advice.

Of the fourth hour of the


Aclahayr -
Nuctemeron, the genius spirit.

Adad, Addu Babylonian, Hittite god of the storm.

devil. Commander of Hell. Wierius'


chancellor of infernal regions. In
Adramalech Samarian Assyria where he was worshipped,
children were supposedly burned at
his alters.

Mansions of the moon among the


Adriel -
Enochian demons.

One of seven archangels of the


Persians. Adopted later Hebrew
mythology as Asmodeus. Has been
Aeshma, Aesma Persian recorded in history for at least three
thousand years. Said to be a small
hairy demon able to make men
perform cruel acts.

commander of armies. Aussi General


Agaliarept Hebrew
of hell - Grimoire of Pope Honorius.

devil. Wierius' hierarchy states


Agares, Aguares -
Agares is the demon of courage.

a good demon worshipped by the


Agathodemon Egyptian
egyptians.
Agramon - Demon of fear.

One of Satan's wives and demoness


Agrat-bat-mahlaht -
of whores.

demon - the siezer demon of the


Ahazu -
night.

Ahpuch Mayan devil.

Ahriman Mazdean devil. Ahremanes was the name


given to fallen angels by the
Persians.

Wierius' cruel demon called "the


Alastor -
executioner."

A demon who causes natural


Aldinach Egyptian disasters (i.e. floods, hurricanes,
tornados, earthquakes).

Allocen - One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.

Grand duke of hell. One of the 72


Alocer, Allocer -
spirits of Solomon.

Alu Semitic Night demon.

Amaimon - One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.

Amaymon - Evil Spirit, king of South.

The destroyer. Also Amducias -


Amducious Hebrew Grand Duke of Hades. According to
Wierius a demon of music.

Sun God. Much like Lucifer except


controls reproduction and life. See
Amon, Ammon Egyption
also Amaimon, Amoymon,
Amaymon, and Aamon.

One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.


Said to be supreme president of hell.
Amy -
He will trade knowledge for the
human soul.

bearer of bad news. An obscure


demon. His name means "good
Anamelech, Anomylech Assyrian king". Some sources claim
Anamelech is the moon goddess
while Andramalech is the sun god.

god of quarrels. Grand marquis of


Andras -
hell.

Andrealphus - One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Andromalius - One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Anini - One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.


Anneberg German demon of mines.

Possessed Sister Barbara of St.


Ansitif - Michael in 1643 during the
possessions of the nuns at Louviers.

Apollyn Greek Another name for Satan.

a female spirit/demon who weds


Ardat - Lile Semitic human beings and wreaks havoc in
the dwellings of men.

Demon of vengeance. He delivers


Arioch -
vengeance only when called on.

The demon who possessed Loise de


Arphaxat - Pinterville during the possession of
the nuns at Loudun.

goddess of lust, seduction. Same as


Ishtar. Turned male in christian
mythology - Lord Treasurer of Hell.
Ashtaroth, Astaroth Phonician
Prince of accusers and inquisitors.
Demon of vanity and sloth. One of
the 72 spirits of Solomon.

god of lust. A demon most


commonly involved in possession
cases, particularily noted in the
Asmodeus, Asmoday Hebrew
possession of the Louviers nuns.
Evolved from the Persian Aeshma.
See Aeshma.

Astarte - Queen of spirits of the dead.

Aym - Grand duke of hell. Also Haborym.

Prince of hell. Subordinate in


Ayperos -
Grimoire of Pope Honorius.

Azazel Hebrew god/demon of war. See also Azael.

devil. Means "the lord." The


Canaanites worshipped Baal and held
rituals at which children were burned
for sacrifice. According to Wierius,
Baal, Bael Hebrew this demon is the first monarch of
hell and appears as a three headed
beast. Bael is cited in the Grand
Grimiore as commanding general of
infernal armies.

Lord of covenant later made god of


death. According to Wierius - a
demon master of the infernal
Baalberith, Balberith Canaanite
alliance. In some Hierarchies he is
the secretary of the archives of hell.
Demon of blasphemy and murder.

Baalzephon Canaanite Captain of guard and sentinels of


Hell according to Wierius.

Babael - Keeper of graves.

Balaam Hebrew avarice and greed.

A demon in Wierius' hierarchy said


to be high in the monarchy. The
Balan -
demon of finesse and ruses. Also a
prince of hell.

Balban - a demon of delusion.

The Demon who possessed Nicole


Baltazo -
Aubry of Laon in 1566.

God of the Templars. Worshiped as


Satan. The Templar's are thought, by
Baphomet some, to be one of the earliest sects
of Demonolatry.

A gargoyle type demon who is said


Bar- Lgura Semitic to sit atop houses and pounce on the
inhabitants.

a demon of mechanics according to


Barbas -
some hierarchies.

Barbetos - Duke of Hades.

The demon who keeps the secrets of


Barqu -
the philosophers stone.

Associated with Machidael and


Barzabel Barchiel.

goddess of pleasure. Represented by


Bast Egyption
a cat.

See also Marthim. Demon of herbs


and precious stones according to
Bathym, Bathim, Bathin -
Wierius. One of the 72 spirits of
Solomon.

According to the Grimiore of Pope


Honorius a reigning monarch demon
Bayemon -
presiding over western infernal
region.

A demon mentioned in Key Of


Bechard, Bechaud - Solomon as demon of tempests.
Demon of the natural forces.

Lord of Flies. Among the demons


Beelzebub, Beelzebuth, blamed for the demonic possessions
Hebrew
Belzebath of the nuns at Loudun. Chief of false
gods.

Behemoth Hebrew Another name for Satan.

Beherit Syriac Another name for Satan.


The earth elemental. Speculation has
suggested the name Belial comes
from the Hebrew phrase beli ya 'al
Belial, Beliar Hebrew
meaning "without worth." Prince of
trickery. One of the 72 princes of
Solomon.

Belphegor, Belphegore, Demon of discovery, invention, and


Moabites? riches.
Baalphegor

Berith One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

The demon who allegedly possessed


Biffant -
Denise de la Caille.

Wierius' demon of astronomy,


geometry, and other such sciences. A
Bifrons -
demon who lights strange lights
above tombs of the dead.

BileÕ Celtic god of Hell.

Bileth - One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Grand enticer of theives until he


Blisargon -
brings his followers to destruction.

Botis One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.

a demon of the second order who


Buer - commands fifty legions. One of the
72 Spirits of Solomon.

Bune - One of Wierius' demons of death.

Wierius' demon of knowledge of


liberal arts. Appears as a Griffon.
Caacrinolaas -
Also Grand President of Hell. Also
Caasimolar or Glasya.

Cambions - Offspring of Incubi and Succubi.

Carreau - Mercilessness.

Cassiel, Caspiel - Ruler of Saturn.

Grand President of Hell. One of the


Caym, Caim -
72 Spirits of Solomon.

Chamos - no description.

Charon - Boatman of hell. Ferrie

Chax - Grand duke of hell. Also Scox.

Chemosh Moabite devil.


Chomie Enochian no description.

Cimeries African devil.

Clauneck - Demon over treasures and riches.

a demon who can change day to


Clisthert -
night and night to day.

Of the 9th hour of the Nuctemeron,


Colopatiron -
genius. Sets prisons open.

Demon of impurity and slovenliness.


Cresil -
Also Gressil.

One of the demons of the 8th hour of


Cunali -
the Nuctemeron.

Cusion - no description.

Dabriel - no description.

another serpent god and god of


Dagon Philistine
ocean.

Dameal, Deamiel - no description.

Dantalian - One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Decarabia - One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Delepitorae, Delepitore - demoness of sorcery enlightenment.

Demogorgon, Gorgo Greek devil.

Demoriel - no description.

Diriel - no description.

Dracula Romanian devil.

Eblis Mohammedan god of fire. Also Haris.

Emma-O Japanese ruler of Hell.

god of death. Prince of hell who


Euronymous, Eurynomous Greek
feeds upon corpses.

god of fire. Fire Elemental used in


Flereous, Feurety -
place of Satan. Lieutenant of hell.
Furfur - Holds rank as count of hell.

Geryon literary- Dante Centaur/Dragon who guards hell.

Guecubu Chili Evil spirits.

Haborym Hebrew Another name for Satan.

goddess of underworld and sorcery.


Hecate Greek
Queen of witches.

Hela Teutonic goddess of death, daughter of Loki.

Evil, hideous spectres. Became


Genies in Persian and Indian
Ifrits Arabic
mythology. Also associated with
Jinns and Divs of Persia.

male demon of seduction said to


invade a womanÕs dreams. Note
Incubus -
various spellings: Inncubus,
Inccubus. Plural = Incubi.

Ishtar Babylonian goddess of fertility.

Jezebeth - the demon of falsehoods.

daughter of Shiva, the destroyer. A


Kali Hindu
succubus/succumbus.

The book of enoch refers to this


Kasdeya -
demon as the "fifth satan" .

Kobal - Hell's entertainment liason.

Kostchtchie Russian a goblin of death.

Demon of sorcery . Appears as a


Leonard, see also Urian German
giant black goat.

the serpent, the raging sea. Snake


worship. Water Elemental. Grand
Leviathan Hebrew
admiral of hell. Seen as
androgynous.
in Hebrew myth - AdamÕs first wife.
Later wife to Satan. According to
many demonologists, Lilith presides
over Succubi. Lilith is said to attempt
to destroy newborn infants. For this
Lilith Hebrew
reason the practice of writing a
Formula to drive Lilith away on all
four corners of the birth chamber was
adopted by the Jews. Lilith is the
princess of hell.

Loki Teutonic devil.

The Light Bringer. Air Elemental.


Lucifer Roman Often misconstrued as being Satan.
They are two seperate demons.

Lucifuge, Lucifuge Rofocale Roman devil.

Malphas - Grand president of the infernal


regions. Appears as a crow.

Mammon Aramaic god of wealth & profit.

Familiar demons. They are attributed


to the mandrake root and considered
Mandragoras -
gifts from Satan to the sorcerer who
conjures them.

Mania Etruscan goddess of Hell.

Mantus Etruscan god of hell.

a demon who attempts to damn the


Mara Buddhist
soul.

Mastema - leader of human/demon offspring.

Melchom - the treasurer of the palace of hell.

the light shunner. Counterpart of


Mephistopholes, Mesphito Greek
Lucifer.

Merihim - the prince of pestilence.

Metztli Aztec goddess of night .

Mictain Aztec god of death.

Moloch Phoenician devil.

Mormo Greek God of Spirits. HecateÕs Consort.

Mullin - Leonard's right hand man.

Murmur - Demon of music. A count of hell.


N

Naamah Hebrew seduction

protector of the gates of hell.


Naburus, Naberios - Associated with Cerberos. A marquis
of hell.

Nebiros Unk Mar De Camp of hell.

god of underworld. A second order


Nergal Babylonian
demon.

Nihasa American Indian devil.

Nija Polish god of underworld

Nina Babylonian Serpent Goddess.

an inferior demon who publicizes the


Nybras -
pleasures of hell.

another second order demon - who-


Nysrogh -
is chief of staff in the palace of hell.

OÕYama Japanese Another name for Satan.

Demon of divination. Marquis of


Orias -
hell.

Oroan Guyana Demon of the eclipse.

a demon of unknown origin who is


said to have ties with possessions in
Orthon - france and with the Satanic-Masonic
cult of Palladinism in 19th century
Italy.

Pan Greek god of lust.

Paymon - master of infernal ceremonies.

a second order demon in service to


Philotanus -
Belial.

Pluto Roman god of underworld.

Proserpine Greek queen of underworld.

Pooka in Celtic Mythos derived from


Pwcca Welsh
this name for Satan.

Pyro - A demon prince of falsehood.


Pytho - a demon of lies. A serpent demon.

Rahu Hindu devil.

demon whose appearance in the


Rakshasa India
least, horrifying.

Raum - a count of hell.

Rimmon Syrian devil.

the demon of knowledge. In some


Ronwe -
accounts - a lesser demon.

Sabazios Phrygian the snake. Serpent worship.

it is thought this angel of death was


the demon who tempted Eve. Also
Samael -
the prince of air. This is merely
another name for satan.

Samnu Asian devil.

Sargatanas

said to be the chief of all fallen


Semiazas Unk
angels.

Set Egyptian devil.

Shabriri Jewish Myth a demon who strikes people blind.

Shiva Hindu the destroyer.

Sonnilion, Sonnillon Armenian goddess of hate.

demon of jealousy and said to protect


Succorbenoth -
gates and bridgeways.

Succumbus, Succubus -

Supay Inca god of underworld.

The Black God. Another name for


Tchort Russian
Satan.

Tezcatlipoca Aztec god of Hell.

Tezrian Armenian goddess of war


devil. An ambassador of hell. Said to
Thamuz Sumerian have started the inquisition and to
have invented artillary.

Thoth Egyptian god of magick.

Tõan-mo Chinese devil of desire.

Troian Russian night demon.

Tunrida Scandanavian devil.

Typhon Greek Another name for Satan.

Ukobach, Urobach - a fire demon.

Unsere - goddess of sorcery and fertility.

the head demon physician in the


Uphir -
palace of hell.

Valafar - another grand duke of hell.

Veltis Babylonian Evil spirit who assaulted St. Margar

Master of ceremonies of infernal


Verdelet -
court. Demon of

Verin - the demon of impatience.

Vetis - the temptor of the holy.

another fire demon. Keeper of the


Xaphan -
furnaces of hell.

Yaotzin Aztec god of Hell.

Yen-lo-Wang Chinese ruler of Hell.

Demon who possessed one of the


Zabulon -
nuns at Loudun.

Grand Count of hell said to have


Zaebos Sumerian
gentile disposition.
Grand king and president of infernal
Zagam - regions. Said to change things into its
opposite. Demon of counterfeit.

One of the kings of hell according to


Zapan -
Wierius.

Zeernebooch German monarch of the empire of the dead.

Grand duke of hell - god of war.


Zepar -
Also Vepar and Separ.

Angels
High ranked angels
Name Role Color

Gabriel Love, Tolerance, and Gratitude Pink

Jophiel Illuminate, Wisdom, and Perception Yellow (sunshine)

Michael Protection, Power, and Initiative Blue

Raphael Healing, Consecration, and Truth Green

Uriel Devotion, Peace, and Ministration Gold-ruby

Refinement, Invocation, and


Zadiel Violet
Transformation

Other Angels
Name Role

Afriel Protector of children and young animals

Sprecial praying Angel. Helps one receive the higher gifts that are prayed
Akatriel
for

Inspires intellectual achievements. Improves memory and higher


Akriel
knowledge

Angel of communication and protection. For those who seek clarity of


Ambriel
communication

In charge of love, passion, and romance. Ask for soulmate or heal romantic
Anael
relationships

Female Angel who keeps earth fruitful and fertile. Protector of those who
Anahita
are caretakers of nature

Angel of success, commerce, and prosperity. Protects thos who own or


Anauel
start their own business
Protects both religion and science. Helps one apply spirituality and
Arad
morality to scientific knowledge

Female Angel who helps during childbirth. Inspires milk to flow Great for
Ardousius
inner child and proper nutrition

Female Angel who grants truth, goodness, and wisdom. Appealing to those
Armatt
seeking harmony

Protects all bodies of water. Cleanses and heals lakes, rivers, ponds, and
Azariel
the oceans Signifies your emotions

Inspires moderation, temperance, and tolerance. Strengthens will and


Baglis
assists in gaining self control

Helps overcome feelings of jealousy and bitterness. Inspires contentment


Balthial
and peace of mind

Grants success, good fortune, and luck. Inspires joviality, fun, and sense of
Barakiel
humor

Female Angel of abundance, goodness, faith, and integrity. Helps fill you
Barbelo
with gifts and virtues

Female Angel who encourages truthful communication and prophecy.


Bath Kol
Grants insights into the future

Presides over beauty, joy, happiness, and contentment. Helps bring out the
Camael
qualities from within

A guardian of the garden. Increases growth and yeild of vegetables and


Cathetel
fruits

Colopatiron Angel who unlocks prison gates. Helps in liberation and independence

Carrier of writing skills. Helps perfect your writing skills and an inspiration
Dabriel
of new ideas

Dina Teacher of languages Inspires the wisdom, knowledge, and love of learning

Helps improve your loving relationship. Opens your heart to experience


Donquel
your divine lover

Angelic scribe who inspires writers. Helps in opening your inner flow of
Ecanus
expression

Watches over those who travel on waters. Works on going with the flow
Elemeniah
and releasing one's fears

One who helps in writing and expression. Brings out the ability of writing
Enoch
and is an inspiration of new ideas

Ezra Angel who encourages writers. Helps open your doors to the ability and
self expression

Helps aspirations, wishes, and hopes. Also joy, mercy, truth, justice,
Gabriel
miracles, and love

Helps you make peace with enemies. Also encourages mental balance and
Gavreel
peace of mind

Especially protective of those who seek truth. Helps you stand up, be
Haamiah
strong, and live this truth

Angel who inspires art, beauty, mercy, and kindness. Helps you work on
Hael
higher expression

Inspires postive and loving thoughts. Also gives insight into mysteries and
Hahatah
hidden knowledge

Protects libraries, archives, and places of learning. Protective of those who


Harahel
pursue knowledge and learning

Hariel In charge of protecting domestic animals

Hayyel Protects wild animals. Helps them from extinction

Watches over philosophers, fosters meditation. Protects those who seek to


Iahhel
withdraw from worldly pursuits

Angel of music. Inspires singing, playing musical instruments, and writing


Israfel
music. Renewal, Resuurection, Regeneration

Especially protective of wild animals. Helps you find and protect your
Jehiel
power anima

Angel who presides over inventions. Protective of those who have original
Liwet
ideas and thoughts

Protects and guides sea animals. Helps clean the ocean and assists in
Manakel
awakening your inner emotions

Metatron Powerful Angel of prayer. Grants the prayer of total divine transformation

Angel of platonic love, friendship, and companionship. Attracts loyal


Mihr
friends or heals relationships
Helps protect wild animals from extinction. Helps you find your personal
Mtniel
animal protector

Presides over longevity and can grant long life. Helps one find your inner
Mumiah
playful child

Fosters memory and a tolerant, live and let live attitude. Inspires generosity
Mupiel
and open heartedness

Guardian of those who fight for good causes. Inspires victory over the
Nemamiah
lower material nature to become divine

Protects the wilderness and those who care for it. Inspires the inner self to
Orifiel
be free

Inspires one to create and sing songs. Helps one tap into the divine
Radueriel
harmony within

Protertor of the river of life. Opens and frees one to the inner flow of the
Rampel
universe

Empathy, kindness, mercy, love, protection, and compassion. Inspires one


Rhamiel
to become compassionate in life

Sachiel Presides over water. Helps one get in touch with intuitive powers

Inspires creativity and vivid imagination. Helps one develop artistic,


Samandiriel
creative, and imaginative abilities

Especically receptive to all prayers. Grants prayers of higher truth, healing


Sandalphon
and that of pure Love

Angel of knowledge that is hidden elusive and secret. Helps you to unfold
Satarel
ancient mysteries and knowledge

Female Angel of liberation and freedom. Always close by your side and is
Shekinah
especially healing of body, mind, and spirit

Imspires feeling of gratitude and thankfulness in the heart. Helps one grow
Shemael
closer to all Angels and higher self

In charge of keeping fruits and vegetables. Inspires one to get in touch with
Sofiel
the Earth

Angel of purity. Helps one purify or cleanse your thoughts, spirit, or


Taharial
surroundings
Angel who protects wild birds. Helps one develop the wings to fly.
Trgiaol
Whenever you hear a bird, he is near

Trsiel Angel who protects rivers. Inspires the flow of divine emotions to run in
the veins

One who inspires writing. Inspires you to find the correct flow of your
Uretil
ability

Female angel who inspires singing. Helps one open to their creative inner
Uriel
musical flow

Encourages you to think positive and have optimistic outlook. Transform


Vohumanah
negative and worried thoughts

A special Angel of mercy Opens you up to your inner divine powers and
Zadkiel
abilities

Zuphlas Protects and guards forests and trees Inspires one to be as strong as a tree

Angel Hierarchy
1st Hierarchy

According to Enoch, each Seraphim has six wings. In the Old Testament
Book of Isaiah (6:1-3) he writes "...I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne,
high and lifted up; and his train filled the temple. Above him stood the
seraphim; each had six wings: with two he covered his face, and with two
Seraphim he covered his feet, and with two he flew." In the Book of Revelation (4:8)
is another possible reference: "And the four living creatures, each of them
with six wings, are full of eyes all around and within, and day and night
they never cease to sing 'Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord God Almighty who
was and is and is to come!"

Cherubim had the bodies of a winged bull, an eagle, or a sphinx and the
faces of men or lions. As is clear from Ezekiel's encounter, the cherubim
possess four wings and four faces, symbolizing their eternal vigilance and
Cherubim
knowledge, which reaches every direction of Creation. They are also often
presented with peacock feathers bearing a host of eyes, again in reference
to their all-seeing omniscience.

This group of Angelic Princes are often called "Wheels." It is said that they
were the actual wheels of the Lord's Heavenly chariot. "The four wheels
Thrones
had rims and they had spokes, and their rims were full of eyes round
about." They are also frequently referred to as "many-eyed ones."

2nd Hierarchy
By custom Dominations are believed to wear green and gold, and their
symbols are the sword and scepter. This denotes their lordship over all
Dominations
created things. In turn, the dominations receive their instructions from the
cherubim or thrones.

Virtues Not a clue..

Powers' colors are green and gold, and their symbol is a flaming sword.
Powers ( Satan used to be in their choir. They were the defenders of heaven against
demons. )

3rd Hierarchy

Principalities The symbols of principalities are the scepter, the cross, and the sword.

"But when the archangel Michael, contending with the devil, disputed
about the body of Moses, he did not presume to pronounce a reviling
Archangels
judgment upon him, but said, 'The Lord rebuke you.'"... i don't know much
about them... they sound awesome though!

Angels Human figure with a halo and wings... "guardian spirits"

Egyptian Culture
Egyptian Gods
Name Descriptions

Amen The Hidden One

Anubis Egyptian god of the dead

Bast Egyptian cat goddess

Bes Egyptian dwarf god believed to guard against evil spirits and misfortune

Chons Egyptian moon god

Dua Protector of the stomach of the deceased

Geb God of the Earth

Hathor Egyptian cow goddess

Isis Egyptian mother goddess

Ka Egyptian name for the vital force of life

Maat Egyptian goddess of truth and justice

Min Egyptian fertility god

Mut Wife of Amen, mother of Khons

Nephthys Egyptian goddess of the dead

Nut Egyptian goddess of the sky and of the heavens


Osiris Egyptian god of the underworld and of vegetation

Qetesh Goddess of love and beauty

Re Egyptian sun god

Selket Scorpion goddess, helper of women in childbirth

Set Egyptian god of chaos

Shu Egyptian god of the air

Sobek Egyptian crocodile god

Taweret Hippopotamus goddess and protective deity of childbirth

Thoth Egyptian moon god

Wepwawet God of war and of the funerary cult

Greek Culture
Titans
Name Descriptions

Titans ARE gods. The elder gods. Which beat up by Olympians. Cronus
was the top titan which was killed by zeus(i might be wrong but i know
Titans
zeus took over). And they were all sent to Tartarus, which is below hell.
You can read about that in "The Iliad"

Atlas was the son of Iapetus and the Oceanid Clymene. Unlike his brothers
Prometheus and Epimetheus, Atlas fought with the other Titans supporting
Cronus against Zeus. Due to Cronus's advance age Atlas lead the Titan's in
battle. As a result he was singled out by Zeus for a special punishment and
made to hold up the world on his back. His name means "he who carries."
There are two stories about atlas... here is the other: He enountered
HERACLES, one of whose labours was to obtain the golden apples of the
Atlas
HESPIRIDES, female guardians of the fruit that mother earth, GAIA,
presented to HERA at her marriage with ZEUS. Atlas offered to fetch them
for heracles if the hero tookover his job of holding up the sky. When atlas
returned with the apples he suggested that he should deliver them himself,
as Heracles was doing so well. The hero pretended to agree and than asked
if Atlas would take the world for a moment so that he could adjust the
weight of his shoulder, so tricking atlas into resuming his lonely duty.

Coeus Titan of Intelligence. Father of Leto.

Crius An unknown titan.

The ruling Titan who came to power by castrating his Father Uranus. His
wife was Rhea. There offspring were the first of the Olympians. To insure
his safety Cronus ate each of the children as they were born. This worked
Cronus until Rhea, unhappy at the loss of her children, tricked Cronus into
swallowing a rock, instead of Zeus. When he grew up Zeus would revolt
against Cronus and the other Titans, defeat them, and banish them to
Tartarus in the underworld.

Dione According to Homer in the Iliad she is the mother of Aphrodite.


Epimetheus The stupid Titan, whose name means "afterthought". He was the son of
Iapetus. In some accounts he is delegated, along with his brother
Prometheus by Zeus to create mankind. He also accepted the gift of
Pandora from Zeus, which lead to the introduction of evil into the world.

The Earth goddess. She mated with her son Uranus to produce the
remaining Titans. Gaea seems to have started as a neolithic earth-mother
Gaea
worshipped before the Indo-European invasion that eventually lead to the
Hellenistic civilization

Iapetus The father of Prometheus, Epimetheus, Menoetius, and Atlas by Clymene.

The Titaness of the forth day and the planet Mercury. She presided over all
wisdom and knowledge. She was seduced by Zeus and became pregnant
with Athena. Zeus became concerned over prophecies that her second child
would replace Zeus. To avoid this Zeus ate her. It is said that she is the
source for Zeus wisdom and that she still advises Zeus from his belly. It
Metis
may seem odd for Metis to have been pregnant with Athena but, never
mentioned as her mother. This is because the classic Greeks believed that
children were generated solely from the fathers sperm. The women was
thought to be nothing more than a vessel for the fetus to grow in. Since
Metis was killed well before Athena's birth her role doesn't count.

Mnemosyne The Titan of memory and the mother of Muses.

The unending stream of water encircling the world. Together with his wife
Oceanus
Tethys produced the rivers and the three thousand ocean nymphs.

Phoebe Titan of the Moon. Mother of Leto.

Prometheus was the wisest Titan. His name means "forethought" and he
was able to foretell the future. He was the son of Iapetus . When Zeus
revolted against Cronus Prometheus deserted the other Titans and fought
on Zeus side. By some accounts he and his brother Epimetheus were
delegated by Zeus to create man. In all accounts, Prometheus is known as
the protector and benefactor of man. He gave mankind a number of gifts
Prometheus
including fire. He also tricked Zeus into allowing man to keep the best part
of the animals sacrificed to the gods and to give the gods the worst parts.
For this Zeus punished Prometheus by having him chained to a rock with
an eagle tearing at his liver. He was to be left there for all eternity or until
he agreed to disclose to Zeus which of Zeus children would try to replace
him. He was eventually rescued by Heracles without giving in to Zeus.

The wife of Cronus. Cronus made it a practice to swallow their children.


Rhea To avoid this, Rhea tricked Cronus into swallowing a rock, saving her son
Zeus. (damn...dirty rocks...)

The wife of Oceanus. Together they produced the rivers and the three
Tethys
thousand ocean nymphs.

Thea An unknown titan.

The Titan of justice and order. She was the mother of the Fates and the
Themis
Seasons.

The sky god and first ruler. He is the son of Gaea , who created him
Uranus without help. He then became the husband of Gaea and together they had
many offspring, including twelve of the Titans.

Olympians
The son of Zeus and Leto. His twin sister is Artemis . He is the god of
music, playing a golden lyre. The Archer, far shooting with a silver bow.
The god of healing who taught man medicine. The god of light. The god of
truth, who can not speak a lie. One of Apollo's more important daily tasks
Apollo:
is to harness his chariot with four horses an drive the Sun across the sky.
He is famous for his oracle at Delphi. People traveled to it from all over the
Greek world to divine the future. His tree was the laurel. The crow his bird.
The dolphin his animal.

Ares is the son of Zeus and Hera. He was disliked by both parents. He is
the god of war. He is considered murderous and bloodstained but, also a
Ares coward. When caught in an act of adultery with Aphrodite her husband
Hephaestus is able publicly ridicule him. His bird is the vulture. His animal
is the dog.

The daughter of Zeus and Leto. Her twin brother is Apollo . She is the lady
of the wild things. She is the huntsman of the gods. She is the protector of
the young. Like Apollo she hunts with silver arrows. She became
associated with the moon. She is a virgin goddess, and the goddess of
Artemis:
chastity. She also presides over childbirth, which may seem odd for a
virgin, but goes back to causing Leto no pain when she was born. She
became associated with Hecate. The cypress is her tree. All wild animals
are scared to her, especially the deer.

The daughter of Zeus. She sprang full grown in armor from his forehead,
thus has no mother. She is fierce and brave in battle but, only fights to
protect the state and home from outside enemies. She is the goddess of the
city, handicrafts, and agriculture. She invented the bridle, which permitted
Athena: man to tame horses, the trumpet, the flute, the pot, the rake, the plow, the
yoke, the ship, and the chariot. She is the embodiment of wisdom, reason,
and purity. She was Zeus's favorite child and was allowed to use his
weapons including his thunderbolt. Her favorite city is Athens. Her tree is
the olive. The owl is her bird. She is a virgin goddess.

The brother of Zeus. After the overthrow of their Father Cronus he drew
lots with Zeus and Poseidon, another brother, for shares of the world. He
had the worst draw and was made lord of the underworld, ruling over the
dead. He is a greedy god who is greatly concerned with increasing his
subjects. Those whose calling increase the number of dead are seen
Hades: favorably. The Erinyes are welcomed guests. He is exceedingly disinclined
to allow any of his subjects leave. He is also the god of wealth, due to the
precious metals mined from the earth. He has a helmet that makes him
invisible. He rarely leaves the underworld. He is unpitying and terrible, but
not capricious. His wife is Persephone whom Hades abducted. He is the
King of the dead but, death itself is another god, Thanatos.

Hephaestus The son of Zeus and Hera . Sometimes it is said that Hera alone produced
him and that he has no father. He is the only god to be physically ugly. He
is also lame. Accounts as to how he became lame vary. Some say that
Hera, upset by having an ugly child, flung him from Mount Olympus into
the sea, breaking his legs. Others that he took Hera's side in an argument
with Zeus and Zeus flung him off Mount Olympus. He is the god of fire
and the forge. He is the smith and armorer of the gods. He uses a volcano
as his forge. He is the patron god of both smiths and weavers. He is kind
and peace loving. His wife is Aphrodite. Sometimes his wife is identified
as Aglaia.
Zeus' wife and sister. She was raised by the Titans Ocean and Tethys. She
is the protector of marriage and takes special care of married women.
Hera's marriage was founded in strife with Zeus and continued in strife.
Zeus courted her unsuccessfully. He then turned to trickery, changing
himself into disheveled cuckoo. Hera feeling sorry for the bird held it to
her breast to warm it. Zues then resumed his normal form and taking
advantage of the surprise he gained, raped her. She then married him to
cover her shame. Once when Zeus was being particularly overbearing to
the other gods, Hera convinced them to join in a revolt. Her part in the
revolt was to drug Zeus, and in this she was successful. The gods then
bound the sleeping Zeus to a couch taking care to tie many knots. This
Hera: done they began to quarrel over the next step. Briareus overheard the
arguments. Still full of gratitude to Zeus, Briareus slipped in and was able
to quickly untie the many knots. Zeus sprang from the couch and grabbed
up his thunderbolt. The gods fell to their knees begging and pleading for
mercy. He seized Hera and hung her from the sky with gold chains. She
wept in pain all night but, none of the others dared to interfere. Her
weeping kept Zeus up and the next morning he agreed to release her if she
would swear never to rebel again. She had little choice but, to agree. While
she never again rebelled, she often intrigued against Zeus's plans and she
was often able to outwit him. Most stories concerning Hera have to do with
her jealous revenge for Zeus's infidelities. Her sacred animals are the cow
and the peacock. Her favorite city is Argos.

The son of Zeus and Maia. He is Zeus messenger. He is the fastest of the
gods. He wears winged sandals, a winged hat, and carries a magic wand.
He is the god of thieves and god of commerce. He is the guide for the dead
Hermes:
to go to the underworld. He invented the lyre, the pipes, the musical scale,
astronomy , weights and measures, boxing, gymnastics, and the care of
olive trees.

Zeus' sister. She is a virgin goddess. She does not have a distinct
personality. She plays no part in myths. She is the Goddess of the Hearth,
Hestia: the symbol of the house around which a new born child is carried before it
is received into the family. Each city had a public hearth sacred to Hestia,
where the fire was never allowed to go out.

The brother of Zeus. After the overthrow of their Father Cronus he drew
lots with Zeus and Hades, another brother, for shares of the world. His
prize was to become lord of the sea. He was widely worshiped by seamen.
He married Amphitrite, a granddaughter of the Titan Oceanus. At one point
he desired Demeter. To put him off Demeter asked him to make the most
beautiful animal that the world had ever seen. So to impress her Poseidon
Poseidon: created the first horse. In some accounts his first attempts were
unsuccessful and created a variety of other animals in his quest. By the
time the horse was created his passion for Demeter had cooled. His weapon
is a trident, which can shake the earth, and shatter any object. He is second
only to Zeus in power amongst the gods. He has a difficult quarrelsome
personality. He was greedy. He had a series of disputes with other gods
when he tried to take over their cities.

Zeus overthrew his Father Cronus. He then drew lots with his brothers
Poseidon and Hades. Zeus won the draw and became the supreme ruler of
the gods. He is lord of the sky, the rain god. His weapon is a thunderbolt
Zeus:
which he hurls at those who displease him. He is married to Hera but, is
famous for his many affairs. He is also known to punish those that lie or
break oaths.

other greek gods


A god of healing. His symbol is a snake. His parents were Apollo and
Coronis. His birth was accompanied by scandal. While carrying him
Coronis slept with Ischys. This was considered an insult. The act was
reported to Apollo by a crow. Apollo turned all crows, until then white, to
black to mark that they were untrustworthy. Apollo then felt compelled to
slay Coronis with his arrows. He rescued Asclepius from her funeral pyre.
Asclepius Asclepius was raised by Chiron. Chiron taught him healing which he went
on to perfect. Athena gave him two vials of Gorgon's blood. Blood from
the right side of the Gorgon revived life. Blood from the left killed.
Asclepius started using the blood to raise dead mortals. For this
overstepping of bounds Zeus killed him with a thunderbolt. Apollo could
not take revenge on Zeus himself. So he killed the Cyclopes that forged the
thunderbolt.

Demeter is the goddess of corn, grain, and the harvest. She is the daughter
of Cronus and Rhea. It is Demeter that makes the crops grow each year.
The first loaf of bread from the harvest is sacrificed to her. Demeter is
intimately associated with the seasons. Her daughter Persephone was
abducted by Hades to be his wife in the underworld. In her anger at her
daughter's loss Demeter laid a curse on the world that caused plants to
wither and die, the land became desolate. Zeus became alarmed and sought
Persephone's return. However, because she had eaten while in the
underworld Hades had a claim on her. Therefore, it was decreed that
Demeter
Persephone would spend four months each year in the underworld. During
these months Demeter grieves her daughters absence, and withdraws her
gifts from the world, creating winter. Her return brought the spring.
Demeter is also known for founding the Eleusinian Mysteries. These were
huge festivals held every five years. They were important events for many
centuries. Yet, little is known of them as those attending were sworn to
secrecy. The central tenant seems to have been that just as grain returns
every spring after its harvest and wintery death, so too the human soul
could be reborn after the death of the body.
Dionysus is the god of the vine. He invented wine and spread the art of
tending grapes. He has a dual nature. On the one hand bringing joy and
divine ecstasy. On the other brutal, unthinking, rage. Thus reflecting both
sides of wines nature. If he chooses Dionysus can drive a man mad. No
normal fetters can hold him or his followers. Dionysus is the son of Zeus
and Semele. He is the only god to have a mortal parent. Zeus came to
Semele in the night, invisible, felt only as a divine presence. Semele was
pleased to be a lover of a god, even though she did not know which one.
Word soon got around and Hera quickly assumed who was responsible.
Hera went to Semele in disguise and convinced her she should see her
lover as he really was. When Zeus next came to her she made him promise
to grant her one wish. She went so far as to make him swear on the River
Styx that he would grant her request. Zeus was madly in love and agreed.
She then asked him to show her his true form. Zeus, was unhappy, and
knew what would happen but, having sworn he had no choice. He appeared
in his true form and Semele was instantly burnt to a crisp by the sight of his
glory. Zeus did manage to rescue Dionysus and stitched him into his thigh
to hold him until he was ready to be born. His birth from Zeus alone
conferred immortality upon him. Dionysus problems with Hera were not
yet over. She was still jealous and arranged for the Titans to kill him. The
Titans ripped him into to pieces. However, Rhea brought him back to life.
After this Zeus arranged for his protection and turned him over the
mountain nymphs to be raised. Dionysus wandered the world actively
Dionysus
encouraging his cult. He was accompanied by the Maenads, wild women,
flush with wine, shoulders draped with a fawn skin, carrying rods tipped
with pine cones. While other gods had temples the followers of Dionysus
worshipped him in the woods. Here they might go into mad states where
they would rip apart and eat raw any animal they came upon. Dionysus is
also one of the very few that was able to bring a dead person out of the
underworld. Even though he had never seen Semele he was concerned for
her. Eventually he journeyed into the underworld to find her. He faced
down Thanatos and brought her back to Mount Olympus. Dionysus
became one of the most important gods in everyday life. He became
associated with several key concepts. One was rebirth after death. Here his
dismemberment by the Titans and return to life is symbolically echoed in
tending vines, where the vines must be pruned back sharply, and then
become dormant in winter for them to bear fruit. The other is the idea that
under the influence of wine, one could feel possessed by a greater power.
Unlike the other gods Dionysus was not only outside his believers but, also
within them. At these times a man might be greater then himself and do
works he otherwise could not. The festival for Dionysus is in the spring
when the leaves begin to reappear on the vine. It became one of the most
important events of the year. It's focus became the theater. Most of the
great Greek plays were initially written to be performed at the feast of
Dionysus. All who took part writers, actors, spectators were regarded as
scared servants of Dionysus during the festival.

Goddess of the dawn. She rode on Helius chariot each day. Her first mate
was Astraeus. Their offspring was Boreas (the North Wind), Notus (the
South Wind), Zephyrus (the West Wind), and Eosphorus (the Morning
Star). She became a rather randy goddess with the bad habit of carrying off
handsome young mortals to be her lovers. This may have been the result of
a curse by Aphrodite who was angry with Eos for having an affair with her
lover Ares. These included: Orion, Cleitus, Cephalus, and Tithonus.
Cephalus, a happily married man who was allowed to return to his wife
Eos
only after he fathered Phaethon (not to be confused with Helius's son by
the same name). Tithonus was of royal Trojan blood. Their two sons were
Emathion and Memnon. Tithonus came to an unfortunate end. Eos was so
happy with him that she asked Zeus to make him an immortal. This Zeus
granted. Unfortunately, she forgot to ask that he be made ageless as well.
As a result he eventually ended up as a horribly shriveled, paralyzed,
babbling old man. Eos finally changed him into the first cicada to put him
out of his (and her) misery.
Eris is the daughter of Zeus and Hera. She is the goddess of discord. In
addition to her main activity of sowing discord, she frequently
accompanies her brother Ares to battles. On these occasions she rides his
Eris chariot and brings her son Strife. Eris is unpopular and frequently snubbed
as a guest by the other gods and mankind. This was not always a safe thing
to do. The most dramatic example being the Trojan War, which was an
indirect result of not inviting Eris to a wedding.

Eros is the son of Aphrodite. Eros is the god of love. In particular erotic,
romantic, love. He is often represented blindfolded because, love is often
Eros blind. His "weapon" is darts or arrows. In either case the tips have been
magically treated to produce either uncontrollable love or insurmountable
disinterested in the first person seen be Eros's victim after wounding.

Hebe is the daughter of Zeus and Hera. She is the goddess of youth. She,
Hebe along with Ganymede are the cupbearers to the gods. Hebe is Heracles
wife.

Helius was the Greek sun god. He may be thought of as a personification


of the sun. He became rather overshadowed by Apollo the lord of the sun.
He was the son of Hyperion, who was also a sun god. His role was to drive
his chariot across the sky to provide daylight. He is accompanied in this
daily trip by his sister Eos who heralds his arrival. He returns home at night
on the river Oceanus in an enormous golden cup to hide the light. During
his daily trip he sees much of what is happening on the earth. Due to his
availability as a witness many Greeks swore their oaths in his name. It was
on one of his daily trips that he spotted the abduction of Persephone. Helius
was away on his daily rounds when the gods divided up the world. Having
otherwise completed this complex task, Zeus was reluctant to reopen the
issue. This was resolved when Helius spotted the unassigned island of
Rhodes and asked for it. The other gods were happy to give it to him.
Helius remained the patron god of Rhodes throughout the classic period.
Helius is the figure represented in the famous Colossus of Rhodes statue,
that was considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Helius
Helius married Perse and had a number of children, most of whom had rather
unsavory reputations. While Helius did not seem to have these bad traits he
remained loyal to all of his children. A number of the children
accompanied him from time to time on his chariot. Helius also had quite a
number of mistresses and affairs which produced children as well. The best
known being Phaethon . The most tragically poetic of these affairs began
when during his daily tour he noticed Aphrodite and Ares carrying on. As
was his habit in these matters he reported it to her husband Hephaestus . To
retaliate Aphrodite used her abilities to cause Helius to fall in love with
Leucothoe a Persian princess. Helius assumed the form of the girls mother
to gain access to her bedroom. Once inside he assumed his normal form
and seduced her. Word of this got to one on Helius mistresses, the nymph
Clytie. Clytie informed the girls father who then buried Loucothoe alive,
killing her. In his grief, Helius changed her body into the first frankincense.
This put Clytie on the outs with Helius. She then wasted away. On her
death she became the first heliotrope, a flower whose blossom follows the
sun across the sky.

Nemesis means righteous anger, due enactment, or divine vengeance. This


Nemesis
god helped to avenge those who were wronged.

The son of Hermes. He is the god of goatherds and shepherds. He is mostly


human in appearance but, with goat horns and goat feet. He is an excellent
musician and plays the pipes. He is merry and playful frequently seen
dancing with woodland nymphs. He is at home in any wild place but, is
favorite is Arcady, where he was born. He is always in pursuit of one of the
Pan nymphs but, always rejected because he is ugly. His name is the basis for
the word "panic". There are two differing explanations for this. The first is
that he was present when Zeus defeated the Titans and claimed that it has
his yelling that caused the Titans to flee. However, this seems at odds with
his being Hermes son. The second is that he created the noises in the woods
at night the scared travelers.
Persephone is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. After her abduction by
Persephone
Hades she became his wife and Queen of the underworld.

The goddess of the moon. She bore Zues a daughter - Pandia and allowed
herself to be seduced by Pan for a good piece of fleece. Her great love was
Selene Endymion and handsome king of Elis. She bore him 50 daughters. Still
love struck she offered to grant him a wish. He asked to sleep forever
without aging, thus retaining his good looks for all time.

Thanatos was the Greek god of death. He may be thought of as a


Thanatos personification of death. He plays little role in the myths. He became rather
overshadowed by Hades the lord of the underworld.

Also known as the Furies, punish crime. They pursue wrong doers
relentlessly, until death, often driving them to suicide. They are particularly
The Erinyes concerned with matricide. There are three Erinye - Tisiphone, Megaera,
and Alecto. The Erinyes came from the blood of Uranus when he was
castrated.

The Fates have the subtle but, awesome power of deciding a mans destiny.
The assign a man to good or evil. There most obvious choice is choosing
how long a man lives. There are three Fates. Clotho, the spinner, who spins
the thread of life. Lachesis, the measurer, who chooses the lot in life one
The Fates will have and measures off how long it is to be. Atropos, she who can not
be turn, who at death with her shears cuts the tread of life. The Fates are
old and predate the gods. It is not entirely clear how far their power
extends. It is possible that they determine the fate of the gods as well. In
any case, not even the most powerful is willing to trifle with them.

They are the daughters of Zeus and Eurynome. There are three Graces:
The Graces Aglaia (Splendor), Euphrosyne (Mirth), and Thalia (Good Cheer). The are
known for singing and dancing for the gods.

They are the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. They are known for the
music of their song, which brings joy to any who hear it. There are nine
Muses, each with her own specialty: Clio (History), Urania (Astronomy),
The Muses
Melpomene (Tragedy), Thalia (Comedy), Terpsichore (Dance), Calliope
(Epic Poetry), Erato (Love Poetry), Polyhymnia (Songs to the Gods),
Euterpe (Lyric Poetry).

South American Culture


Aztec Gods/Deities
Name Descriptions

ACOLNAHUACATL "The One From the Twisted Region"

AMAPAN "Ball Court God" "Patron deity of the Ball"

AMIHMITL "Chichimec God"

ATLACOAYA "Pulque God"

ATLATONAN "Goddess of Lepers"

ATLAUA "Master of Waters"

CAMAXTLI "Lord of the Chase"


CENTEOTL (Cinteotl) "The Corn God"

CHALCHIHUITLICUE "Goddess of the Sea and Lakes"

CHALMECCACIHUATL "The Sacrificer"

CHANTICO "In the House"

CHICOMECOATL "The Goddess of Sustenance"

CHICONQUIAHUITL "Seven Rain"

CHIMALMAN "One Who Has Sat Like A Shield"

CHIMAMATL "Shield Hand"

CHIUACOATL "Woman Snake"

CHIUATETEO "Celestial Princess"

CHIUHNAUHYOTEUCTLI "Lord of the Nine"

CIPACTONAL "Calendar God"

CITLALATONAC "The Milky Way"

CITLALICUE "God of the Night Sky"

COATLICUE "Mother of Gods"

COLHUACATZINCATL "Pulque Deity"

COYOLXAUHQUI "She with the Belled Cheeks"

COZCAMIAHUATL "Cornflower Necklace"

CUAUHTLAXAYAUH "Eagle Face"

CUEXCOCH "Blue Sky"

HUEHUETEOTL "Old, Old Deity"

HUITZILOPOCHTLI "Left Handed Hummingbird" "Hummingbird From The North"

HUIXTOCIHUATL "Goddess of Water" "Goddess of Salt"

ILAMATECUHTLI "Old Mother Goddess"

ILANCUEYE "She of the Old Lady Skirt"

ILHUICAMINA "He Who Shoots Arrows at the Heavens"

ITZCAQUE "He Who Has Obsidian Sandals"

ITZLACOHUIHQUI "Curved Obsidian Knife" "God of Frost"

ITZPAPALOTL "Obsidian Butterfly"

IXILLAN TONAN "Goddess of Grass Mountain"

IXPUZTEQUE "He of the Broken Foot"


IXQUIMILLI "The Blindfolded One"

IXQUITECATL "God of Sorcerers"

IXTILTON Little Black One"

IZTACMIXCOATL "Father of Quetzalcoatl and Tezcatlipoca"

MACUILTOTEC "God of the Arsenal"

MACUILXOCHITL "Patron of Gambling" "Deity of Flowers"

MATLALCUEYE "Blue Skirt"

MAYAHUEL "Goddess of the Maguey Plant"

METZTLI "The Moon"

MICAPETLACALLI "The Box of Death"

MICTECACIHUALTL "Mistress to Mictlantecahtli"

MICTLANTECUHTLI "The Lord of the Dead"

MIXCOATL (CAMAXTLI) "Cloud Snake" "Ruler of the Milky Way"

NANAUTZIN "The Sun"

NAPPATECUTLI "God of Mat-Makers"

NAUHYOTEUCTLI "Lord of the Four Directions"

NESOXOCHI "The One Who Strews Flowers"

NEXTEPEUA He Who Rains Ashes"

NOCHPALLI ICUE "Her Skirt is Prickly Pears"

OMACATL "Two Reed" "The God of the Feast"

OMECIHUATL Goddess of Creation" *Female aspect of Ometeotl

OMETECUHTLI The Creator God" *Male aspect of Ometeotl

OMETEOTL "Dual Divinity"

OMETOCHTLI "God of Pulque"

OZTOTEOTL "The God of Caves"

PAPAZTEC "Pulque Deity"

PATECATL "Pulque God"

PAYNAL "Messenger God"

PILIMTEC "God of Music"

PILTZINTECUHTLI Youthful God" "The Planet Mercury"


"The feathered Snake" "God of Wind" "The Creator God" "God of the
QUETZALCOATL
Evening Star (Venus)"

QUILAZTLI "She Who Makes Legumes Grow" "Goddess of Childbirth"

TECCIZTECATL "The Moon God"

TECHALOTL "Squirrel"

TECHLOTL "God of the Underworld"

TEPEYOLLOTL "Heart of the Mountain"

TETEO INNAN (TOCI) "Mother of the Gods"

TEUCCIZTECATL "The Moon"

TEZCATLIPOCA The Mirror That Smokes"

TEZCATZONCATL "Pulque God?"

TLACAHUEPAN "Younger Brother of Huitzilopochtli"

TLACHIHUALTEPETL "Lord of Many Colors"

TLAHUIZCALPANTECUHTLI "Dawn Lord"

TLALCHITONATIUH "Groundward Sun" "Setting Sun"

TLALOC "The Rain God" "He Who Makes Things Grow"

TLALOQUE or TEPICTOTON "Tlaloc's dwarfish attendants"

TLALTECAYOA "He of the Round Earth"

TLALTECUHTLI "The Frog Monster" "The Earth-Lord"

TLAZOLTEOL "The Goddess of Filthy Things"

TLAZOPILLI "Precious Lord"

TLILPOTONQUI "Feathered In Black"

TLOQUE NAHUAQUE "Immanent One"

TONACATEUCTLI Agricultural Deity"

TONATIUH "The Sun God" "The Old One"

TOTEC CHICAHUA "Our Aged Lord"

TZAPATLAN TENEN "The Goddess of Turpentine"

TZINTEOTL "The Goddess of the Rump"

TZITZIMITL Demonic Night Creatures"

TZONTEMOC "He Who Fell Head First"


UAPPATZIN "Ball Court God"

UIXTOCIHUATL "Goddess of cultivated foods"

XILONEN "Tender of the Ear of Corn"

XIPE TOTEC "Our Lord the Flayed One" "The Skinned One"

XIPPILLI The Jeweled Prince"

XIUHTEUCTLI Turquoise Lord" "Fire God"

XOCHIPILLI "The Prince of Flowers"

XOCHIQUETZAL "Flower Quetzal" "Patroness of Erotic Love"

XOLOTL "The Dog Headed Monster"

YACATECUHTLI "The Long-Nosed God" "The God of Merchants"

YAOMICQUI "One Who Has Died at the Hands of the Enemy"

YAUHTECATL "Pulque God"

YOHUALTICITL "Midwife of the Night"

YOHUALTONATIUH "The Night Sun"

ZACAZONTLI "God of Roads" (adored in Crossroads)

Credits
Gods, Demons & Angels ver. 1.0

Original Information found and collected by

www.sumaleth.com

Rearranged and reformated in OpenOffice.org 1.1.0

By Fidelis Josaphat S