Deities of the World Pantheons Charges of the Deities Prayers to Invoke the Deities

Deities of the World
Goddesses Gods


Goddesses



Universal Mothers Goddesses of Elemental Magick
Goddesses of the Heavenly Bodies Earth Mothers
Goddesses of Love & Pleasure Moon Goddesses



Universal Mothers



Navajo - Spider Woman
Aztec Coatlicue
Greek Eurynome
Australian Yingarna
Tibetan Tara



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Goddesses of Elemental Magick



Greek Gaia
Navajo Grandmother Spider
Huron Grandmother Toad
Nigerian Oya, tornadoes, lightning and raging fires
Norse Frigga, Goddess of the Earth and the
Atmosphere, Queen of the Gods.
Also known as Ostara or Oestre and Holde
Hawaiian Pele, the Volcano Goddess
Zulu Inkanyamba, Goddess of the Waters
Mamlambo, the River Goddess
Afro-Carribean Anancy, Goddess of the Garden
Japanese Shiratamahime



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Goddesses of Heavenly Bodies



Hindu Usha, Goddess of Dawn
Greek Selene, Goddess of the Moon
Australian Sun Dreaming
Egyptian Nut, Goddess of the Sky
Japanese Amaterasu, the Sun Goddess
Haitian Nananbouclou, the first of all the gods



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Goddesses of Earth



Greek Gaia
Roman Tellus
Norse Nerthus
Celtic Tailtiu



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Gods



Gods of the Sun and Moon



Gods of the Sun and Moon



Greek Hermes Trismegistus
The sacred day of the Triple Goddess
(May 24th) is also his feast day.

Was he one or many, merging
Name and fame in one,
Like a stream, to which converging,
Many streamlets run?

Who shall call his dreams fallacious?
Who has searched or sought
All the unexplored and spacious
Universe of thought?

Who in his own skill confiding,
Shall with rule and line
Mark the border-land dividing
Human and divine?

Trismegistus! Three times greatest!
How thy name sublime
Has descended to this latest
Pregeny of time!

- Henry Wadsworth Longellow 1882



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Charges of the Deities



Charge of the God

Traditional Charge of the Goddess
Crystal Waterfall's Charge of the Goddess
Complete Charge of the Goddess
Rhyming Charge of the Goddess
Charge of the Dark Goddess
Hecate's Promise


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Pantheons



I have several lists of various pantheons that I may add
to this site one day. However, during the course of my
research I came across two fabulous sites that already
have entire databases of pantheons. So, for now, I'm
just going to provide you with links to them.
For your convenience, the links will open in a new page.

The best place to start:
Godchecker
This site has the most complete collection of pantheons that
I have found yet.

And for more detailed information on a particular deity:
Obsidian's Dictionary of Pantheons

If you still can't find what you're looking for on
these two sites, try looking up the mythology
that your deities are a part of in a search engine.


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Goddess Invocations
God Invocations



General Goddess Invocation
Invocation for Aradia
Invocation for Artemis Prayer to Artemis
Invocation for Brighid
Invocation for Isis Another Invocation for Isis
Invocation for Morgana La Fey
Invocation for Pele
Invocation of the Dark Mother
Invocation for the Goddess of the Underworld
Invoking the Moon Mother
Invocation for the Goddess of the Moon
Invocation for the Goddess of the Night
Invocation of the Fertility Goddess
Invocation for the Goddess of the Hunt
Invocation for the Goddess of the Hearth
Invocation for the Goddess of Love & Beauty
Invocation for the Goddess of Midsummer
Invocation for the Goddess of Sovereignty
Invocation for the Goddess of Wisdom & Crafts



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God Invocations
Goddess Invocations



Invocation for Lugh
Invocation for Merlin
Invocation for Ogma
Invocation for Pan
Invocation of the God of the Underworld
Invocation for the Gods of Crafts
Invocation for the Gods of Ecstasy
Invocation of the Horned God
Invocation of the Trickster Gods
Invocation for the Gods of the Sea
Invocation for the Gods of the Sky
Invocation for the Gods of the Sun
Invocation for the Gods of War



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