Discussion:
Which God is authentic?
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Bill
2004-06-25 21:33:26 UTC
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Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.

Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?

If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
?

Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us? Non of these supposed
messages from god have reached more than a small fraction of the people of
the world over the life span of human existence on earth. And they are all
creations of man only claimed to be inspired by a god. As an example of
crudity, there is no evidence that the Bible was dictated by god to mortal
scribes; it was written and embellished by some 40 authors - claimed
prophets, kings, politicians and clergymen in a variety of styles over a
1600 year period.

It was written in Hebrew, Greek (vernacular), Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic and
Latin. On stone, wood, clay, goatskin and papyrus.

It is an amalgam of history, tales and fiction. It is so abstruse that
almost any interpretation that one likes can be claimed.

Why doesn't the supposed "real god" communicate directly with all of mankind
in a clear and easily understood manner?

If man, who was supposedly created by god, can efficiently and clearly
communicate with the almost the whole world via phone, radio and TV why can'
t god communicate in at least as effective manner? Why doesn't he tell us
clearly and effectively what he expects of us and what rewards we will
receive if we obey his demands?

Why does God not let those that have died, and gone to a so-called heaven,
communicate with the living and authenticate this castle in the sky after
death?

The evidence is rather substantial that all the Gods are a creation of mans
imagination. They have been created to salve mans fear of the finality of
death.


--
Bill
Fester
2004-06-25 21:58:57 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
?
Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us? Non of these supposed
messages from god have reached more than a small fraction of the people of
the world over the life span of human existence on earth. And they are all
creations of man only claimed to be inspired by a god. As an example of
crudity, there is no evidence that the Bible was dictated by god to mortal
scribes; it was written and embellished by some 40 authors - claimed
prophets, kings, politicians and clergymen in a variety of styles over a
1600 year period.
It was written in Hebrew, Greek (vernacular), Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic and
Latin. On stone, wood, clay, goatskin and papyrus.
It is an amalgam of history, tales and fiction. It is so abstruse that
almost any interpretation that one likes can be claimed.
Why doesn't the supposed "real god" communicate directly with all of mankind
in a clear and easily understood manner?
If man, who was supposedly created by god, can efficiently and clearly
communicate with the almost the whole world via phone, radio and TV why can'
t god communicate in at least as effective manner? Why doesn't he tell us
clearly and effectively what he expects of us and what rewards we will
receive if we obey his demands?
Why does God not let those that have died, and gone to a so-called heaven,
communicate with the living and authenticate this castle in the sky after
death?
The evidence is rather substantial that all the Gods are a creation of mans
imagination. They have been created to salve mans fear of the finality of
death.
Ask Blaise Pascal. He's the booking the odds.
Desdinova
2004-06-25 21:59:35 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
?
Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us? Non of these supposed
messages from god have reached more than a small fraction of the people of
the world over the life span of human existence on earth. And they are all
creations of man only claimed to be inspired by a god. As an example of
crudity, there is no evidence that the Bible was dictated by god to mortal
scribes; it was written and embellished by some 40 authors - claimed
prophets, kings, politicians and clergymen in a variety of styles over a
1600 year period.
It was written in Hebrew, Greek (vernacular), Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic and
Latin. On stone, wood, clay, goatskin and papyrus.
It is an amalgam of history, tales and fiction. It is so abstruse that
almost any interpretation that one likes can be claimed.
Why doesn't the supposed "real god" communicate directly with all of mankind
in a clear and easily understood manner?
If man, who was supposedly created by god, can efficiently and clearly
communicate with the almost the whole world via phone, radio and TV why can'
t god communicate in at least as effective manner? Why doesn't he tell us
clearly and effectively what he expects of us and what rewards we will
receive if we obey his demands?
Why does God not let those that have died, and gone to a so-called heaven,
communicate with the living and authenticate this castle in the sky after
death?
The evidence is rather substantial that all the Gods are a creation of mans
imagination. They have been created to salve mans fear of the finality of
death.
People tend to want to believe in higher powers than themselves. It has been
theorized that there is some part of the brain that is wired for belief.
Possibly this can explain such phenomena as god beliefs, ultra-patriotism
(nationalism) and hero/idol worship. For the latter, look at the Michael
Jackson case; all those fans rallying to his support without his guilt or
innocence being determined in court. This seems to me to be another form of
blind faith.

IMHO I think that it is easier for most people to believe the comfortable
lie of a beneficent, omnipotent and omniscient god than face the reality
that we live in a very vast lonely universe.

Some of us don't believe that having evolved instead of being the "special
creation of God" in any way diminishes our existence. Everything built has
been done by humans. True, some structures and institutions have been built
in the *name* of some god, but they were built by human hands nonetheless.
It is indeed amazing (and sometimes frightening) what we humans have
accomplished.

Regards.
--
aa #2182 Desdinova - EAC Harvester of Eyes
There are none so blind as those who view life filtered
through the stained glass of church windows.

"Christianity has such a contemptible opinion of human
nature that it does not believe a man can tell the truth
unless frightened by a belief in God. No lower opinion
of the human race has ever been expressed."
-- Robert Green Ingersoll
bob young
2004-06-26 05:04:04 UTC
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Post by Bill
Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of
different
Post by Bill
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real
god"
Post by Bill
?
Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us? Non of these
supposed
Post by Bill
messages from god have reached more than a small fraction of the people of
the world over the life span of human existence on earth. And they are all
creations of man only claimed to be inspired by a god. As an example of
crudity, there is no evidence that the Bible was dictated by god to mortal
scribes; it was written and embellished by some 40 authors - claimed
prophets, kings, politicians and clergymen in a variety of styles over a
1600 year period.
It was written in Hebrew, Greek (vernacular), Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic and
Latin. On stone, wood, clay, goatskin and papyrus.
It is an amalgam of history, tales and fiction. It is so abstruse that
almost any interpretation that one likes can be claimed.
Why doesn't the supposed "real god" communicate directly with all of
mankind
Post by Bill
in a clear and easily understood manner?
If man, who was supposedly created by god, can efficiently and clearly
communicate with the almost the whole world via phone, radio and TV why
can'
Post by Bill
t god communicate in at least as effective manner? Why doesn't he tell us
clearly and effectively what he expects of us and what rewards we will
receive if we obey his demands?
Why does God not let those that have died, and gone to a so-called heaven,
communicate with the living and authenticate this castle in the sky after
death?
The evidence is rather substantial that all the Gods are a creation of
mans
Post by Bill
imagination. They have been created to salve mans fear of the finality of
death.
People tend to want to believe in higher powers than themselves. It has been
theorized that there is some part of the brain that is wired for belief.
Possibly this can explain such phenomena as god beliefs, ultra-patriotism
(nationalism) and hero/idol worship. For the latter, look at the Michael
Jackson case; all those fans rallying to his support without his guilt or
innocence being determined in court. This seems to me to be another form of
blind faith.
True. It can also be said the need of man to follow someone like sheep may go
back to our earliest period when we had to hunt for food in packs. There was
always a pack leader and following him and his ways meant there would be
something to eat at the end of the day.
Post by Bill
IMHO I think that it is easier for most people to believe the comfortable
lie of a beneficent, omnipotent and omniscient god than face the reality
that we live in a very vast lonely universe.
A good proportion follow a god 'just in case' a kind of belts and braces
attitude.
Post by Bill
Some of us don't believe that having evolved instead of being the "special
creation of God" in any way diminishes our existence. Everything built has
been done by humans. True, some structures and institutions have been built
in the *name* of some god, but they were built by human hands nonetheless.
It is indeed amazing (and sometimes frightening) what we humans have
accomplished.
Take away all that we have put into our religions and what is left?

Bob
A Brit.
Hong Kong

"Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and
by rulers as useful."
[Lucius Annaeus Seneca [the Younger] (4 BCE-65CE)]
Post by Bill
Regards.
--
aa #2182 Desdinova - EAC Harvester of Eyes
There are none so blind as those who view life filtered
through the stained glass of church windows.
"Christianity has such a contemptible opinion of human
nature that it does not believe a man can tell the truth
unless frightened by a belief in God. No lower opinion
of the human race has ever been expressed."
-- Robert Green Ingersoll
Inquirer
2004-06-30 19:47:31 UTC
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Post by Desdinova
People tend to want to believe in higher powers than themselves. It has been
theorized that there is some part of the brain that is wired for belief.
But what is it that did the "wiring?"
Post by Desdinova
IMHO I think that it is easier for most people to believe the comfortable
lie of a beneficent, omnipotent and omniscient god than face the reality
that we live in a very vast lonely universe.
I can't conceive of everything having somehow created itself from nothing.
There is an order to the Universe that makes it unlikely that everything
just "appeared."

Having stated that, I believe that we cannot comprehend this "First Cause,"
just as my dog cannot comprehend what happens when I flick the light switch
on. Sure, she knows that the room will fill with light, but the wiring, the
switches, the electricity that courses through the wires, the generating
station--she will never understand any of that.

So it is with man and "God." Is this "God" an elderly man, in a flowing
white robe, with a long beard, seated on a big white throne? Doubtful . . .
Did he "reveal" himself through some sacred text, like the Bible? No.

That is thr frustrating part. We sens, intuitively, that "something"
created all of this, but we cannot (if we are honest about it) know what
this "first cause" is, what it expects of us, or whether we can communicate
with it.
Bob
2004-06-30 20:05:20 UTC
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Post by Desdinova
People tend to want to believe in higher powers than themselves. It has
been
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theorized that there is some part of the brain that is wired for belief.
But what is it that did the "wiring?"
Evolution. The 'belief' structure helped keep small groups togather.
Post by Inquirer
Post by Desdinova
IMHO I think that it is easier for most people to believe the comfortable
lie of a beneficent, omnipotent and omniscient god than face the reality
that we live in a very vast lonely universe.
I can't conceive of everything having somehow created itself from nothing.
There is an order to the Universe that makes it unlikely that everything
just "appeared."
Ah yes.. the logical fallacy of 'personal incredibility'. Also, the logical
fallacy
of 'something having created itself from nothing'.
Post by Inquirer
Having stated that, I believe that we cannot comprehend this "First Cause,"
just as my dog cannot comprehend what happens when I flick the light switch
on. Sure, she knows that the room will fill with light, but the wiring, the
switches, the electricity that courses through the wires, the generating
station--she will never understand any of that.
The concept of a 'First cause' is philosophical in nature, and there is no
science behind it.
It plays word games, and make assumptions that can not be tested.
Post by Inquirer
So it is with man and "God." Is this "God" an elderly man, in a flowing
white robe, with a long beard, seated on a big white throne? Doubtful . . .
Did he "reveal" himself through some sacred text, like the Bible? No.
That is thr frustrating part. We sens, intuitively, that "something"
created all of this, but we cannot (if we are honest about it) know what
this "first cause" is, what it expects of us, or whether we can communicate
with it.
Well, you can't show there is a 'first cause' to begin with, or that has any
expections
what so ever if it exists, or it could communicate at all. Let us assume
(big assumption)
for a moment that there is a first cause. Why are you assuming it is an
intelligent being?
Why are you assuming that it 'created' this universe for a specific purpose?

I mean, the whole concept of 'god' being the first cause is making a special
pleding for the existance of a deity. You are creating a philosophical
condumrum where you have to break the rules to resolve things.
Desdinova
2004-06-30 20:19:22 UTC
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Post by Inquirer
Post by Desdinova
People tend to want to believe in higher powers than themselves. It has
been
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theorized that there is some part of the brain that is wired for belief.
But what is it that did the "wiring?"
Good question. The default answer should not be "god did it".Without any
proof one should not use the supernatural to explain it. It is perfectly
acceptable to say "we don't know".
Post by Inquirer
Post by Desdinova
IMHO I think that it is easier for most people to believe the comfortable
lie of a beneficent, omnipotent and omniscient god than face the reality
that we live in a very vast lonely universe.
I can't conceive of everything having somehow created itself from nothing.
There is an order to the Universe that makes it unlikely that everything
just "appeared."
Science has been trying to figure out the First cause for quite a while. The
answer may be unattainable but the quest is indeed worthy of pursuing.
Post by Inquirer
Having stated that, I believe that we cannot comprehend this "First Cause,"
just as my dog cannot comprehend what happens when I flick the light switch
on. Sure, she knows that the room will fill with light, but the wiring, the
switches, the electricity that courses through the wires, the generating
station--she will never understand any of that.
Our human intellect is capable of finding the answers, unlike your dog. We
don't have all the answers but we learn more every day. It is part of the
human quest to solve mysteries.
Post by Inquirer
So it is with man and "God." Is this "God" an elderly man, in a flowing
white robe, with a long beard, seated on a big white throne? Doubtful . . .
Did he "reveal" himself through some sacred text, like the Bible? No.
It sounds like you are a critical thinker. I used to be a Christian, but as
time when on I found religion increasingly less credible. I ended up finding
no evidence whatsoever for the existance of gods and the whole god concept
became a logical absurdity.
Post by Inquirer
That is thr frustrating part. We sens, intuitively, that "something"
created all of this, but we cannot (if we are honest about it) know what
this "first cause" is, what it expects of us, or whether we can communicate
with it.
It can be frustrating to not have all the answers. This, in part, is what
inspires scientists and philosphers. I feel it is important not to look for
an easy answer like "God did it". If everyone took that view, we would have
no advances in science.

Regards.
--
Desdinova aa #2182
EAC Director of Separation of Church and Brain

There are none so blind as those who view life filtered
through the stained glass of church windows.

"Christianity has such a contemptible opinion of human
nature that it does not believe a man can tell the truth
unless frightened by a belief in God. No lower opinion
of the human race has ever been expressed."
-- Robert Green Ingersoll
b***@sports.com
2004-07-01 08:54:32 UTC
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The real god is the one whose last name is DAMNIT.
Nearly everyone knows that one......
raven1
2004-06-26 00:08:50 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Sure, just as soon as I clear unicorns and dragons off the agenda.
bob young
2004-06-26 05:09:02 UTC
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Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Sure, just as soon as I clear unicorns and dragons off the
agenda....
...and the fairies at the bottom of my garden
duke
2004-06-26 00:58:27 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
There is only one.

duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-26 02:07:47 UTC
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Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
There is only one.
On top of all your other problems, you seem to be unable to count...
Your particular religion has 3 gods.

-n
duke
2004-06-26 21:15:54 UTC
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There is only one.
On top of all your other problems, you seem to be unable to count...
Your particular religion has 3 gods.
I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it has one Almighty
God.

After all these years, you still haven't learned anything.




duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-26 22:57:34 UTC
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There is only one.
On top of all your other problems, you seem to be unable to count...
Your particular religion has 3 gods.
I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it has one Almighty
God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Post by duke
After all these years, you still haven't learned anything.
After all these years, you still believe in fairy-tales.

-n
duke
2004-06-27 18:38:55 UTC
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I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it has one Almighty
God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.



duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-27 18:48:18 UTC
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I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it has one Almighty
God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?

-n
z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
2004-06-27 20:56:35 UTC
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On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:48:18 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
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Post by duke
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I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it has one Almighty
God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
When did it become our responsibility to learn about your fantasies?
Do you know everything about every religion that you reject? If not,
then you are a hypocrite for making such a statement. If yes, why
can't you provide the simplest proof for your own god? (Which thus far
you have failed to do.)
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?
-n
Like all "believers" he believes whatever is most convenient.
--
zamboni
#2139
Denigrator of Theists
BAAWA acolyte
bob young
2004-06-28 06:20:31 UTC
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On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:48:18 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
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I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it has one Almighty
God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
When did it become our responsibility to learn about your fantasies?
Do you know everything about every religion that you reject? If not,
then you are a hypocrite for making such a statement. If yes, why
can't you provide the simplest proof for your own god? (Which thus far
you have failed to do.)
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?
-n
Like all "believers" he believes whatever is most convenient.....
...a case of beleive whatever favours the myth and 'sidestep' the thousands of other things that
challenge such beleifs
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--
zamboni
#2139
Denigrator of Theists
BAAWA acolyte
duke
2004-06-27 22:08:19 UTC
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Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?
Absolutely yes. I an Roman Catholic

Why do you ask?


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-28 00:18:08 UTC
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Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?
Absolutely yes. I an Roman Catholic
Why do you ask?
Because your religion claims that the three are one.

-n
duke
2004-06-28 22:43:23 UTC
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Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?
Absolutely yes. I an Roman Catholic
Why do you ask?
Because your religion claims that the three are one.
Three what?



duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-29 00:00:17 UTC
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Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?
Absolutely yes. I an Roman Catholic
Why do you ask?
Because your religion claims that the three are one.
Three what?
Do you have a problem with context? We were talking about the Trinity.

-n
Inquirer
2004-06-30 19:50:53 UTC
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On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 15:57:34 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
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Post by duke
I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it has one Almighty
God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea what you reject.
That's really funny. So, do you believe in the trinity or not?
EVERY TIME someone speculates about the true nature, or the very existence
of, God, one of those Christian parrots appears and makes some sarcastic
comment that says, basically, that they have the answer the rest of us are
searching for, and all we need do is to repeat after them . . .

I put those guys in my killfile. I hope that my killfile doesn't run out of
room, because I keep adding new names to it.
BTR1701
2004-06-28 03:23:23 UTC
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Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it
has one Almighty God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea
You reject Bastet. Can you describe to me the theology surrounding her
most holy self?

Or are you just a hypocrite?
duke
2004-06-28 22:43:49 UTC
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On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 15:57:34 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods, it
has one Almighty God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest idea
You reject Bastet. Can you describe to me the theology surrounding her
most holy self?
Or are you just a hypocrite?
She's a dud.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
BTR1701
2004-06-29 17:31:06 UTC
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Post by BTR1701
On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 15:57:34 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
I have no other problems. My Christan faiths does not have 3 gods,
it has one Almighty God.
Ahh, yes, and through some "magic" the three become one in one divine orgy.
Three become one??? Some atheist, you don't even have the slightest
idea
You reject Bastet. Can you describe to me the theology surrounding her
most holy self?
Or are you just a hypocrite?
She's a dud.
So then the answer is no, you can't describe Bastet's theology despite
rejecting her and yes, you are a hypocrite.

Thanks.
BTR1701
2004-06-26 03:46:12 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
There is only one.
Yes, Bastet. She's all-powerful and not too pleased with you.
duke
2004-06-26 21:16:30 UTC
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Yes, Bastet. She's all-powerful and not too pleased with you.
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
BTR1701
2004-06-27 02:58:13 UTC
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Yes, Bastet. She's all-powerful and not too pleased with you.
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
Sure she does. Just look around you.
z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
2004-06-27 03:01:43 UTC
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Yes, Bastet. She's all-powerful and not too pleased with you.
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.

But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet)...I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me...but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
Post by duke
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
(^^^^^ Just wondering...is this your password or something?)

"Reproduction of this broadcast all or in part without the expressed
written consent of the NFL is hereby prohibited."

You need to write this down, it'll help you more than that B.S. you
keep spewing. I mean, I don't wan't you to end up in a federal "pound
me in the ass" prison just because you were selling Superbowl dvds to
raise money for Jebus. We know how much Jebus needs money. Kinda needy
for an omnipotent being doncha think? But hey, it's your crutch.
--
zamboni
#2139
Denigrator of Theists
BAAWA acolyte
duke
2004-06-27 18:42:34 UTC
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Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
2004-06-27 20:17:03 UTC
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Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
You would think that someone could present this "lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty God" but no one ever has. If
you have evidence as you assert, and are unable to present it, I hope
you understand that the rest of us consider you to be a liar.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Of course she does. I claim "Duke's Rule" - Gods exist until someone
proves otherwise. I mean, that't the only proof you can offer for your
god-thing...right? Oh, I almost forgot to assert the second part:
"There is lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty
Bastet. In fact, it's so prevalent that there no evidence for the
non-existance of Bastet." Am I doing it right? Do I have to face west
or light candles or anything? I want to do it just like you do for the
god you're pushing.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
I don't need any according to "Duke's Rule." Or at least I don't have
to present any. I just have to assert "There is lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty Bastet. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of Bastet."

Are you sure I shouldn't be lighting some incense or eating a cookie
at this point?
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
John's quite skinny is he? 16 inch chest, 12 inch waist, 15 inch
hips...oh I get it... John's an altar boy...and you just can't help
yourself...you freaking pervert.
--
zamboni
#2139
Denigrator of Theists
BAAWA acolyte
duke
2004-06-27 22:11:56 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
You would think that someone could present this "lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty God" but no one ever has.
I clearly have - many times on aa.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
If
you have evidence as you assert, and are unable to present it, I hope
you understand that the rest of us consider you to be a liar.
Oh, aa is still spinning on it's collective head over my evidence.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Of course she does. I claim "Duke's Rule" - Gods exist until someone
proves otherwise. I mean, that't the only proof you can offer for your
"There is lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty
Bastet. In fact, it's so prevalent that there no evidence for the
non-existance of Bastet." Am I doing it right? Do I have to face west
or light candles or anything? I want to do it just like you do for the
god you're pushing.
Hey, go for it - it's your funeral, not mine.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
I don't need any according to "Duke's Rule." Or at least I don't have
to present any. I just have to assert "There is lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty Bastet. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of Bastet."
Cool, it's your funeral.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Are you sure I shouldn't be lighting some incense or eating a cookie
at this point?
If you're hungry, go ahead.
*****
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
John's quite skinny is he? 16 inch chest, 12 inch waist, 15 inch
hips...oh I get it... John's an altar boy...and you just can't help
yourself...you freaking pervert.
Sounds like you're the pervert to me.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
2004-06-27 23:26:27 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
You would think that someone could present this "lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty God" but no one ever has.
I clearly have - many times on aa.
The only thing you have done many times on aa is assert that you have
provided evidence many times on aa.

Let me make it clear. No evidence has ever been provided by you on
this forum.

Anybody? Anybody? Several of you have been here since the start. Has
Duke ever presented anything but assertions, logical fallacies, and
lies as "proof" of his god-thing?

Perhaps, Duke, you are thinking of some other "A.A."
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
If
you have evidence as you assert, and are unable to present it, I hope
you understand that the rest of us consider you to be a liar.
Oh, aa is still spinning on it's collective head over my evidence.
The only thing spinning are the thousands, if not millions, of those
who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of logic as they whirr
in their graves every time you utter a syllable.
<snip>

Duke, I try never to resort to ad-homs but sometimes people need to be
made aware of their mental limitations lest they never learn.

You are an ignorant tool of the xtian moneymaking machine. There is no
reason to believe in a god. There is no proof of a god. If you wish to
continue to wallow in your own ignorance...by all means, do so. Please
stop making a fool of yourself by continuing to post here. It is
becoming pathetic. You lack the ability to accept that there is no
master plan, no overmind, no "higher purpose." The Church takes
advantage of you because you are mentally dependent. You have been
conditioned to believe in fantasies so as to perpetuate an entire
industry and continue to infuse said industry with the cash it needs.
Why would an omnipresent, omniscient being need money? To spread the
word? LOL. If I were in "his" position I'd just turn the volume on
high and say "word." I think it would spread pretty quick. But no,
organized religion is an entertainment industry employing actors who
need to be paid or else they'd move on to something else.
--
zamboni
#2139
Denigrator of Theists
BAAWA acolyte
duke
2004-06-28 22:48:22 UTC
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You would think that someone could present this "lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty God" but no one ever has.
I clearly have - many times on aa.
The only thing you have done many times on aa is assert that you have
provided evidence many times on aa.
It's great for me.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Let me make it clear. No evidence has ever been provided by you on
this forum.
Sorry, bubba. But evidence is that which makes one draw a conclusion, and the evidence
clearly demands the existance of almighty God.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Anybody? Anybody? Several of you have been here since the start. Has
Duke ever presented anything but assertions, logical fallacies, and
lies as "proof" of his god-thing?
Atheists are stupid. You can't provide any evidence at all for your professed belief that
there is no almighty God.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Perhaps, Duke, you are thinking of some other "A.A."
You're a funny little man.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
If
you have evidence as you assert, and are unable to present it, I hope
you understand that the rest of us consider you to be a liar.
Oh, aa is still spinning on it's collective head over my evidence.
The only thing spinning are the thousands, if not millions, of those
who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of logic as they whirr
in their graves every time you utter a syllable.
Hey, God is the only legitimate answer.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Duke, I try never to resort to ad-homs but sometimes people need to be
made aware of their mental limitations lest they never learn.
You can't even begin to make me question God.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
You are an ignorant tool of the xtian moneymaking machine. There is no
reason to believe in a god. There is no proof of a god. If you wish to
continue to wallow in your own ignorance...by all means, do so. Please
stop making a fool of yourself by continuing to post here. It is
becoming pathetic. You lack the ability to accept that there is no
master plan, no overmind, no "higher purpose." The Church takes
advantage of you because you are mentally dependent. You have been
conditioned to believe in fantasies so as to perpetuate an entire
industry and continue to infuse said industry with the cash it needs.
Why would an omnipresent, omniscient being need money? To spread the
word? LOL. If I were in "his" position I'd just turn the volume on
high and say "word." I think it would spread pretty quick. But no,
organized religion is an entertainment industry employing actors who
need to be paid or else they'd move on to something else.
Ok, now that you're resorted to adhomens, God exists as clearly as your name is zamboni.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
2004-06-29 03:50:49 UTC
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You would think that someone could present this "lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty God" but no one ever has.
I clearly have - many times on aa.
The only thing you have done many times on aa is assert that you have
provided evidence many times on aa.
It's great for me.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Let me make it clear. No evidence has ever been provided by you on
this forum.
Sorry, bubba. But evidence is that which makes one draw a conclusion, and the evidence
clearly demands the existance of almighty God.
You just avoided the responding to my statement.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Anybody? Anybody? Several of you have been here since the start. Has
Duke ever presented anything but assertions, logical fallacies, and
lies as "proof" of his god-thing?
Atheists are stupid. You can't provide any evidence at all for your professed belief that
there is no almighty God.
You just avoided the responding to my statement, again.. Whose post
are you responding to? Are you just looking at your Christers handbook
and pick #26 from the "List of Responses to Atheists and other Satan
Worshippers". You are really going to have to start paying attention
to the world around you. I realize that such attention might be
contrary to your faith, but it might make your responses more
coherent.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Perhaps, Duke, you are thinking of some other "A.A."
You're a funny little man.
Why, thank you, that means a real pantload coming from you.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
If
you have evidence as you assert, and are unable to present it, I hope
you understand that the rest of us consider you to be a liar.
Oh, aa is still spinning on it's collective head over my evidence.
The only thing spinning are the thousands, if not millions, of those
who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of logic as they whirr
in their graves every time you utter a syllable.
Hey, God is the only legitimate answer.
Back to baseless assertions, how very typical. Just because you are
not capable of understanding the options doesn't mean that no one else
is.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Duke, I try never to resort to ad-homs but sometimes people need to be
made aware of their mental limitations lest they never learn.
You can't even begin to make me question God.
I believe it. You are too ignorant to question anything. Apparently
it's easier for your limited mind to believe in fairy tales than to
even attempt to understand the real reasons that things are the way
they are. It's ok, you are in good company. Cavemen, primitive goat
herders, medieval serfs. inbred rednecks all would welcome you with
open arms into their intellectual clique. Don't expect to start at the
top in their club though. Quite frankly, you don't have the smarts.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
You are an ignorant tool of the xtian moneymaking machine. There is no
reason to believe in a god. There is no proof of a god. If you wish to
continue to wallow in your own ignorance...by all means, do so. Please
stop making a fool of yourself by continuing to post here. It is
becoming pathetic. You lack the ability to accept that there is no
master plan, no overmind, no "higher purpose." The Church takes
advantage of you because you are mentally dependent. You have been
conditioned to believe in fantasies so as to perpetuate an entire
industry and continue to infuse said industry with the cash it needs.
Why would an omnipresent, omniscient being need money? To spread the
word? LOL. If I were in "his" position I'd just turn the volume on
high and say "word." I think it would spread pretty quick. But no,
organized religion is an entertainment industry employing actors who
need to be paid or else they'd move on to something else.
Ok, now that you're resorted to adhomens, God exists as clearly as your name is zamboni.
My name isn't really zamboni. Thank you for finally admitting that
your god is also manufactured by man.
Post by duke
duke
*****
snip

If ignorance is bliss, Duke must be just about orgasmic. (Oops, a
sin!)
--
zamboni
#2139
Denigrator of Theists
BAAWA acolyte
BTR1701
2004-06-29 17:33:46 UTC
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Let me make it clear. No evidence has ever been provided by you on
this forum.
Sorry, bubba. But evidence is that which makes one draw a conclusion,
and the evidence clearly demands the existance of almighty God.
Well, finally! I'm glad you recognize the existence of Bastet at long
last.
Ok, now that you're resorted to adhomens, God exists as clearly as your name is zamboni.
And her name is Bastet.
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-29 17:39:17 UTC
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You would think that someone could present this "lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty God" but no one ever has.
I clearly have - many times on aa.
The only thing you have done many times on aa is assert that you have
provided evidence many times on aa.
It's great for me.
What is? Thinking you presented evidence?
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Let me make it clear. No evidence has ever been provided by you on
this forum.
Sorry, bubba. But evidence is that which makes one draw a conclusion, and the evidence
clearly demands the existance of almighty God.
What evidence? The one you supposedly posted? Are you sure you didn't
dream that?
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Anybody? Anybody? Several of you have been here since the start. Has
Duke ever presented anything but assertions, logical fallacies, and
lies as "proof" of his god-thing?
Atheists are stupid. You can't provide any evidence at all for your professed belief that
there is no almighty God.
Can you provide evidence that invisible pink unicorns don't exist?
raven1
2004-06-29 21:00:11 UTC
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Sorry, bubba. But evidence is that which makes one draw a conclusion, and the evidence
clearly demands the existance of almighty God.
You've still yet to provide even *one* example of what this supposed
"evidence" actually consists of, despite your constant hand waving
claims to the contrary.

Put up or shut up, Duke.
bob young
2004-06-28 06:37:47 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
You would think that someone could present this "lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty God" but no one ever has.
I clearly have - many times on aa.
Oooooh how many times have I seen this 'God Almighty Cop Out'

The man asked you for the evidence and so did I, so give it now, just one more time
pleeeease, its critical to your cause; until you can present evidence your god fails
it's existence.

One final point - if religions are made up myths would it be possible to prove them? Of
course not.

So we are waiting for your PROOF
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
If
you have evidence as you assert, and are unable to present it, I hope
you understand that the rest of us consider you to be a liar.
Oh, aa is still spinning on it's collective head over my evidence.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Of course she does. I claim "Duke's Rule" - Gods exist until someone
proves otherwise. I mean, that't the only proof you can offer for your
"There is lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty
Bastet. In fact, it's so prevalent that there no evidence for the
non-existance of Bastet." Am I doing it right? Do I have to face west
or light candles or anything? I want to do it just like you do for the
god you're pushing.
Hey, go for it - it's your funeral, not mine.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
I don't need any according to "Duke's Rule." Or at least I don't have
to present any. I just have to assert "There is lots and lots of
evidence for the existence of almighty Bastet. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of Bastet."
Cool, it's your funeral.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Are you sure I shouldn't be lighting some incense or eating a cookie
at this point?
If you're hungry, go ahead.
*****
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
John's quite skinny is he? 16 inch chest, 12 inch waist, 15 inch
hips...oh I get it... John's an altar boy...and you just can't help
yourself...you freaking pervert.
Sounds like you're the pervert to me.
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
duke
2004-06-28 22:50:28 UTC
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Oooooh how many times have I seen this 'God Almighty Cop Out'
And totally truthful. And, untouched by atheist hands.
Post by bob young
The man asked you for the evidence and so did I, so give it now, just one more time
pleeeease, its critical to your cause; until you can present evidence your god fails
it's existence.
You already have it.
Post by bob young
One final point - if religions are made up myths would it be possible to prove them? Of
course not.
You mean like the one that there is no God?
Post by bob young
So we are waiting for your PROOF
Can't, just evidence.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
BTR1701
2004-06-28 03:20:43 UTC
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Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God. In
fact, it's so prevalent that there no evidence for the
non-existance of God.
There's even more evidence for the existence of Bastet.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Sure she does. Just look out your window.
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
Sure there is. Just look at a tree.
bob young
2004-06-28 06:30:37 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God.
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart from this
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not hearsay
Post by duke
In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
What idiocy - do you never stop to think before you write this stuff!
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
duke
2004-06-28 22:51:49 UTC
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Post by bob young
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart from this
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not hearsay
I use facts for evidence.
Post by bob young
What idiocy - do you never stop to think before you write this stuff!
You'are the one standing on shaky ground, not me.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
bob young
2004-06-29 12:45:05 UTC
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Post by bob young
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart from this
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not hearsay
I use facts for evidence....
...not so I have noticed - we are still waiting!
Post by bob young
What idiocy - do you never stop to think before you write this stuff!
You'are the one standing on shaky ground, not me.
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Bill
2004-06-29 21:09:55 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by bob young
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart from this
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not hearsay
I use facts for evidence.
Would you be kind or sane enough to share these "facts" with us???
Post by duke
Post by bob young
What idiocy - do you never stop to think before you write this stuff!
You'are the one standing on shaky ground, not me.
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
stone
2004-07-04 08:35:57 UTC
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Post by bob young
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God.
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart from this
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not hearsay
Evidence to stand up in court: the following is full of such evidence:

There are serious scientists and mathematicians that deal with the laws of
probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance. To have that much
order and complexity, the universe had to be designed by an intelligent
creator. There is enough coded information in one human chromosome to
fill a small library of books. This had to be designed by an
intelligent creator.
The probability against that happening by chance is very
very high. It's like giving a chimpanzee a typewriter and letting him hit
the keys at
random. The probability against his being able to type a small library full
of books by hitting keys at random is so high that for all
practical purposes you can consider it impossible.
Because of this, there are some scientists and mathematicians who are forced
to
believe in the existence of God by logic alone.
In order for a single cell to live, all of the parts of the cell must be
assembled before life starts. This involves 60,000 proteins that are
assembled in roughly 100 different combinations. The probability that these
complex groupings of proteins could have happened just by chance is
extremely small. It is about 1 chance in 10 to the 4,478,296 power. The
probability of a living cell being assembled just by chance is so small,
that you may as well consider it to be impossible. This means that the
probability that the living cell is created by an intelligent creator, that
designed it, is extremely large. The probability that God created the living
cell is 10 to the 4,478,296 power to 1.
[The probability of this was calculated by Fred Hoyle, famous astronomer and
mathematician.]
The laws conscerning entropy are well established in physics. Entropy is the
measure of the randomness or disorder in a system. Entropy is always
observed to increase in natural physical processes. Natural processes in
science always tend toward more disorder. The idea that the universe could
develope the ordered complexity that it has, by natural processes violates
the law of entropy, that says disorder must increase in natural processes.
Therefore, one must conclude that the complex order that we see in the
universe did not come about by chance scientific processes. It was developed
on purpose by an intelligent creator. God created it.
The law of entropy exists in thermodynamic systems involving heat, that is
true. Entropy also exists as a measure of disorder in a system in
statistical mechanics having nothing to do with thermodynamics. S=klnp + c.
S = value of measure for a system in a given state. P is the probability of
the occurence of that state. K is a fixed constant and c an arbitrary
constant. Heat is disordered energy. Entropy is a broader term describing
either heat or the amount of disorder in a system. The chemical reactions
that you suppose will produce hundreds of thousands of ordered building
blocks of amino acids to produce genes cannot occur by chance processes
because statistical mechanics says that the reactions will tend toward more
disorder. Genes and chromosomes have hundreds of thousands of complexly
ordered parts. Accoording to statistical mechanics this much order cannot
come from chance scientific processes. It had to come from an intelligent
creator.


There are no existing physical rules, that have been observed by science,
that indicate that ordered complexity can evolve by random chance
occurences. In Science there is an observed law of entropy. In all natural
occurences in science, the amount of disorder increases. In other words, the
physical laws that are observed in nature lead to more disorder; they do not
lead to ordered complexity.
The only thing observed to cause more complexity is an intelligence, of some
sort deliberately assembling something together.
Example: A pile of building materials stacked in a pile is hit by a tornado.
When the pieces come down, they do not assemble themselves into a house.
They just fall into a more disordered pile of building materials. An
intelligence must deliberately assemble the materials into a house to get
ordered complexity.
God created the ordered complexity in the universe. There are no observed
scientific processes that can account for it happening by itself.


Natural selection will weed out inferior members of a species according to
environmental requirements. But, this only leads to a species changing to
another variety of the same species known as a subspecies; that is all that
is observed in nature. [Crickets in dark caves become white with no eyes;
also fish in caves.] But natural selection has not been observed to cause
one species to change into another new species. Fish do not change into
amphibians; amphibians do not change into reptiles; reptiles do not change
into mammals. Natural selection cannot account for the origin of the
different species. There are a million missing links in the fossil record as
it has been found. The intermediate stages that would be necessary for fish
to become amphibians, and reptiles to become mammals, have not been found in
the fossils. The fossils show evidence that all of the species were
originally created by God and they did not evolve into one another.
"Biochemical systems are exceedingly complex, so much so that the chance
of their being formed through random shufflings of simple organic
molecules is exceedingly minute, to a point indeed where it is
insensibly different from zero"
- Hoyle and Wickramasinghe, p.3

"No matter how large the environment one considers, lfe cannot have had
a random beginning. Troops of monkeys thundering away at random on
typewriters could not produce the works of Shakespeare, for the
practical reason that the whole observable universe is not large enough
to contain the necessary monkey hordes, the necessary typewriters, and
certainly the waste paper baskets required for the deposition of wrong
attempts. The same is true for living material"
Ibid., p.148

"The trouble is that there are about two thousand enzymes, and the
chance of obtaining them all in a random trial is one one part in
(10^20)^2000 = 10^40000, an outrageously small probability that could
not be faced even if the whole universe consisted of organic soup. If
one is not prejudiced either by social beliefs or by a scientific
training into the conviction that life originated on the Earth [by
chance or natural processes], this simple calculation wipes the idea
entirely out of court"
Ibid., p.24

"Any theory with a probability of being correct that is larger than one
part in 10^40000 must be judged superior to random shuffling. The
theory that life was assembled by an intelligence has, we believe, a
probability vastly higher than one part in 10^40000 of being the correct
explaination of the many curious facts discussed in previous chapters.
Indeed, such a theory is so obvious that one wonders why it is not
widely accepted as being self-evident. The reasons are psychological
rather than scientific."
Ibid., p.130

"All point mutations that have been studied on the molecular level turn
out to reduce the genetic information and not to increase it."
- Lee Spetner, "Not by Chance"(Brooklyn, New York: The Judaica
Press,Inc.) p.138

"It appears that the neo-darwinism hypothesis is insufficient to explain
some of the observations that were not available at the time the
paradigm took shape. ...One might ask why the neo-darwinian paradigm
does not weaken or disappear if it is at odds with critical factual
information. The reasons are not necessarily scientific ones but rather
may be rooted in human nature"
- Christian Schwabe "On the Validity of Molecular Evolution", Trends
in
Biochemical Sciences, July 1986, p.282

"The really significant finding that comes to light from comparing the
proteins' amino acid sequences is that it is impossible to arrange them
in any sort of evolutionary series" - Ibid. p.289

"Thousands of different sequences, protein, and nucleic acid, have now
been compared in hundreds of different species but never has any
sequnces been found to be in any sense the lineal descendant or ancestor
of any other sequence." - Ibid. pp. 289-290

"Each class at a molecular level is unique, isolated and unlinked by
intermediates. Thus molecules, like fossils, have failed to provide the
elusive intermediates so long sought by evolutionary biology." - Ibid
p.290

"There is little doubt that if this molecular evidence had been
available one century ago it would have been seized upon with
devastating effect by the opponents of evolution theory like Agassiz and
Owen, and the idea of organic evolution might never have been
accepted." - Ibid pp.290-291

"In terms of their biochemistry, none of the species deemed
'intermediate', 'ancestral' or 'primitive' by generations of
evolutionary biologists, and alluded to as evidence of sequence in
nature, show any sign of their supposed intermediate status" - Ibid
p.293

Duane T. Gish, The Origin of Mammals : If this view of evolution is true,
the fossil record should produce an enormous number of transitional forms.
Natural history museums should be overflowing with undoubted intermediate
forms. About 250,000 fossil species have been collected and
classified?Applying evolution theory and the laws of probability, most of
these 250,000 species should represent transitional forms.

Dr. Walt Brown, In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the
Flood, page 10: Fossil links are missing between numerous plants, between
single-celled forms of life and invertebrates, between invertebrates and
vertebrates, between fish and amphibians, between amphibians and reptiles,
between reptiles and mammals, between reptiles and birds, between primates
and other mammals, and between apes and other primates. The fossil record
has been studied so thoroughly that it is safe to conclude that these gaps
are real; they will never be filled. ---

Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species: ?
the number of intermediate varieties, which have formerly existed [must]
truly be enormous. Why then is not every geological formation and every
stratum full of such intermediate links? Geology assuredly does not reveal
any such finely-graduated organic chain; and this, perhaps, is the most
obvious and serious objection which can be urged against the theory [of
evolution].

W. I. Bird, The Origin of Species Revisited, 1954, p. 48.: The reason for
abrupt appearances and gaps can no longer be attributed to the imperfection
of the fossil record as it was by Darwin when paleontology was a young
science.

Dr. Niles Eldredge, paleontologist at the American Museum of Natural
History, "Missing, Believed Nonexistent", Manchester Guardian, 26 November
1978:?
"The search for 'missing links' between various living creatures, like
humans and apes, is probably fruitless?because they probably never existed
as distinct transitional types...But no one has yet found any evidence of
such transitional creatures?If it is not the fossil record which is
incomplete then it must be the theory."
Lyall Watson, "The Water People", Science Digest, May 1982:
"Modern apes, for instance, seem to have sprung out of nowhere. They have no
yesterday, no fossil record. And the true origin of modern humans?of
upright, naked, toolmaking, big-brained beings?is, if we are to be honest
with ourselves, an equally mysterious matter."

Dr. Collin Patterson, a paleontologist at the Natural History Museum in
Britain, when asked why he hadn't included any illustrations of transitional
forms in his book, Evolution, he replied in a letter: "I fully agree with
your comments on the lack of direct illustration of evolutionary transitions
in my book. If I knew of any, fossil or living, I would certainly have
included them?I will lay it on the line?there is not one such fossil for
which one could make a watertight argument."

"The absence of fossil evidence for intermediary stages between major
transitions in the organic design, indeed our inability, even in our
imagination, to construct functional intermediates in many cases, has been a
persistent and nagging problem for gradualistic accounts of evolution."
S.J.Gould. "Evolution Now: A Century After Darwin", 1982, p. 140



Prigogine, a Nobel Prize winning thermodynamicist:
"The probability that at ordinary temperatures a macroscopic number of
molecules is assembled to rise to the highly ordered structures and to the
coordinated functions characterizing living organisms is vanishingly small.
The idea of spontaneous genesis of life in its present form is therefore
highly improbable even on the scale of the billions of years during which
prebiotic evolution is speculated to have occured."
Ilya Prigogine, et al, Nov 1972, Physics Today p. 23-31
Post by bob young
Post by duke
In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
What idiocy - do you never stop to think before you write this stuff!
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
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2004-07-04 15:23:24 UTC
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Post by bob young
Post by bob young
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God.
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart
from this
Post by bob young
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not
hearsay
There are serious scientists and mathematicians that deal with the laws of
probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance. To have that much
No doubt, however, belief is not synonymous with evidence, so your special
pleading & appeal to authority is not evidence.
Post by bob young
order and complexity, the universe had to be designed by an intelligent
creator. There is enough coded information in one human chromosome to
fill a small library of books. This had to be designed by an
intelligent creator.
The probability against that happening by chance is very
very high. It's like giving a chimpanzee a typewriter and letting him hit
the keys at
It is 1:1, I'll leave it to you to figure that out, if you can.

snip pabulum
Post by bob young
Post by bob young
Post by duke
In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
What idiocy - do you never stop to think before you write this stuff!
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
Ah but she does, & has done so for close to 5000 years.
Post by bob young
Post by bob young
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
Sure there is, but you have to open your eyes & look for & at it.
Post by bob young
Post by bob young
Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
..but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
Bast, also known as Bast, did not prefer goats. Nor stupid people so I
guess you can't use Duke either, nor stone, nor others that can not think
through what they read.

walksalone who finds it more than a tad comical that xians will claim to
know what they know what they are talking about, then proceed to display
appalling ignorance about their pantheon as well as other pantheons.
Michael Moore
2004-07-04 17:11:40 UTC
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Post by stone
There are serious scientists and mathematicians that deal with the laws of
probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance.
To have that much
order and complexity, the universe had to be designed by an intelligent
creator. There is enough coded information in one human chromosome to
fill a small library of books. This had to be designed by an
intelligent creator.
Scientists agree that local systems exhibit order, but
disagree that the entire universe contains such order. The
second law of thermodynamis states that "the entropy of an
isolated system always increases". For this law not to be
violated, an observed increase of order must correspond to a
greater increase in disorder. Building a house constitutes
a localized increase or order, but the energy dissipated in
its construction still maintains an overall increase in
disorder.
Post by stone
The probability against that happening by chance is very
very high. It's like giving a chimpanzee a typewriter and letting him hit
the keys at
random. The probability against his being able to type a small library full
of books by hitting keys at random is so high that for all
practical purposes you can consider it impossible.
But it has happened -- with people. Evolution embodies the
concept that we adapt to our surroundings in order to
preserve ourselves. "To be surprised that animals are well
adapted to their environment would be like finding it
uncanny that all Olympic winners are good athletes". Should
this not be the case, animals would not exist in the first
place. Viruses become immune to antibodies to preserve
themselves. Eskimos possess higher body fat than Africans in
order to retain the heat they require for survival. Examples
abound of living organisms adapting to their environments.
They have to. It is not that the environment was made
suitable to us, but that we grew to be suitable to it. The
reason that the universe demonstrates the characteristics
that is does is that, if the circumstances were anything
else, we would not be here.
Post by stone
Because of this, there are some scientists and mathematicians who are forced
to
believe in the existence of God by logic alone.
I'm not sure why you include mathemeticians -- what do they
have to do with it?

There is no logic which compels one to accept a personal
god. Otherwise, you would have presented it.


--
M2
stone
2004-07-05 02:17:44 UTC
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Michael Moore wrote in message ...
Post by Michael Moore
Post by stone
There are serious scientists and mathematicians that deal with the laws of
probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance.
To have that much
order and complexity, the universe had to be designed by an intelligent
creator. There is enough coded information in one human chromosome to
fill a small library of books. This had to be designed by an
intelligent creator.
Scientists agree that local systems exhibit order, but
disagree that the entire universe contains such order. The
second law of thermodynamis states that "the entropy of an
isolated system always increases". For this law not to be
violated, an observed increase of order must correspond to a
greater increase in disorder. Building a house constitutes
a localized increase or order, but the energy dissipated in
its construction still maintains an overall increase in
disorder.
But; building a house is by design, an intelligence designs its building.
The house does not come together by random physical processes. If a tornado
hit a pile of lumber and building materials, sufficient to build a house,
think how small the probability is that the random forces in the tornado
would assemble a house. A refrigerator produces more order by freezing in
just a certain area, and overall more heat or disordered energy is produced.
But the refrigerator was deliberately built by design and it didn't assemble
itself by chance processes. The ammount of ordered complexity seen in the
living cell is so great, it is ridiculous to even think it could have
happened by chance. A creator deliberately designed the living cell.
Post by Michael Moore
Post by stone
The probability against that happening by chance is very
very high. It's like giving a chimpanzee a typewriter and letting him hit
the keys at
random. The probability against his being able to type a small library full
of books by hitting keys at random is so high that for all
practical purposes you can consider it impossible.
But it has happened -- with people. Evolution embodies the
concept that we adapt to our surroundings in order to
preserve ourselves. "To be surprised that animals are well
adapted to their environment would be like finding it
uncanny that all Olympic winners are good athletes". Should
this not be the case, animals would not exist in the first
place. Viruses become immune to antibodies to preserve
themselves. Eskimos possess higher body fat than Africans in
order to retain the heat they require for survival. Examples
abound of living organisms adapting to their environments.
They have to. It is not that the environment was made
suitable to us, but that we grew to be suitable to it. The
reason that the universe demonstrates the characteristics
that is does is that, if the circumstances were anything
else, we would not be here.
The theory of evolution is true for natural selection developing different
breeds of the same species, through adaptation to their environment; but
that is as far as it goes. [Crickets raised in dark caves are white with no
eyes, but they are still just crickets. They don't turn into any other
species.]
Evolution for the origin of the different species is false. Fish don't
become amphibians, and amphibians don't become reptiles, and reptiles don't
become mammals. The fossils don't show any intermediated stages for this to
have happened. The fossils show the species already there as if God created
them.
Post by Michael Moore
Post by stone
Because of this, there are some scientists and mathematicians who are forced
to
believe in the existence of God by logic alone.
I'm not sure why you include mathemeticians -- what do they
have to do with it?
There is no logic which compels one to accept a personal
god. Otherwise, you would have presented it.
If random chance cannot account for such extreme complexity that is observed
in nature then it must have been deliberately designed by an intelligent
designer. An intelligent designer implies a personal God.


"Biochemical systems are exceedingly complex, so much so that the chance
of their being formed through random shufflings of simple organic
molecules is exceedingly minute, to a point indeed where it is
insensibly different from zero"
- Hoyle and Wickramasinghe, p.3

"No matter how large the environment one considers, lfe cannot have had
a random beginning. Troops of monkeys thundering away at random on
typewriters could not produce the works of Shakespeare, for the
practical reason that the whole observable universe is not large enough
to contain the necessary monkey hordes, the necessary typewriters, and
certainly the waste paper baskets required for the deposition of wrong
attempts. The same is true for living material"
Ibid., p.148

"The trouble is that there are about two thousand enzymes, and the
chance of obtaining them all in a random trial is one one part in
(10^20)^2000 = 10^40000, an outrageously small probability that could
not be faced even if the whole universe consisted of organic soup. If
one is not prejudiced either by social beliefs or by a scientific
training into the conviction that life originated on the Earth [by
chance or natural processes], this simple calculation wipes the idea
entirely out of court"
Ibid., p.24

"Any theory with a probability of being correct that is larger than one
part in 10^40000 must be judged superior to random shuffling. The
theory that life was assembled by an intelligence has, we believe, a
probability vastly higher than one part in 10^40000 of being the correct
explaination of the many curious facts discussed in previous chapters.
Indeed, such a theory is so obvious that one wonders why it is not
widely accepted as being self-evident. The reasons are psychological
rather than scientific."
Ibid., p.130

"All point mutations that have been studied on the molecular level turn
out to reduce the genetic information and not to increase it."
- Lee Spetner, "Not by Chance"(Brooklyn, New York: The Judaica
Press,Inc.) p.138

"It appears that the neo-darwinism hypothesis is insufficient to explain
some of the observations that were not available at the time the
paradigm took shape. ...One might ask why the neo-darwinian paradigm
does not weaken or disappear if it is at odds with critical factual
information. The reasons are not necessarily scientific ones but rather
may be rooted in human nature"
- Christian Schwabe "On the Validity of Molecular Evolution", Trends
in
Biochemical Sciences, July 1986, p.282

"The really significant finding that comes to light from comparing the
proteins' amino acid sequences is that it is impossible to arrange them
in any sort of evolutionary series" - Ibid. p.289
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the laws
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probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance.
To have that much
order and complexity, the universe had to be designed by an
intelligent
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creator. There is enough coded information in one human
chromosome to
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fill a small library of books. This had to be designed by an
intelligent creator.
Scientists agree that local systems exhibit order, but
disagree that the entire universe contains such order. The
second law of thermodynamis states that "the entropy of an
isolated system always increases". For this law not to be
violated, an observed increase of order must correspond to a
greater increase in disorder. Building a house constitutes
a localized increase or order, but the energy dissipated in
its construction still maintains an overall increase in
disorder.
But; building a house is by design, an intelligence designs its building.
The house does not come together by random physical processes.
Neither do biological systems.
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If a tornado
hit a pile of lumber and building materials, sufficient to build a house,
think how small the probability is that the random forces in the tornado
would assemble a house. A refrigerator produces more order by
freezing in
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just a certain area, and overall more heat or disordered energy is produced.
But the refrigerator was deliberately built by design and it didn't assemble
itself by chance processes. The ammount of ordered complexity seen in the
living cell is so great, it is ridiculous to even think it could have
happened by chance.
Indeed it is. Who/what told you that was the case?
Because you/they got it wrong.
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A creator deliberately designed the living cell.
You're 'knowledge' is faith, don't confuse the two;
and don't allow it keep you from learning.
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The probability against that happening by chance is very
very high. It's like giving a chimpanzee a typewriter and letting him hit
the keys at
random. The probability against his being able to type a small
library
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full
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of books by hitting keys at random is so high that for all
practical purposes you can consider it impossible.
But it has happened -- with people. Evolution embodies the
concept that we adapt to our surroundings in order to
preserve ourselves. "To be surprised that animals are well
adapted to their environment would be like finding it
uncanny that all Olympic winners are good athletes". Should
this not be the case, animals would not exist in the first
place. Viruses become immune to antibodies to preserve
themselves. Eskimos possess higher body fat than Africans in
order to retain the heat they require for survival. Examples
abound of living organisms adapting to their environments.
They have to. It is not that the environment was made
suitable to us, but that we grew to be suitable to it. The
reason that the universe demonstrates the characteristics
that is does is that, if the circumstances were anything
else, we would not be here.
The theory of evolution is true for natural selection developing different
breeds of the same species, through adaptation to their environment; but
that is as far as it goes. [Crickets raised in dark caves are white with no
eyes, but they are still just crickets. They don't turn into any other
species.]
They will if reproductively isolated. It happened to horses
and donkeys, tigers and lions and others... that can still
interbred, but the offspring is another species that cannot
reproduce. So they are the same kind, but have become
isolated reproductively. Meaning they can *continue* to
evolve into different kinds... or go extinct, or both, or
one stays alive.

[snip]
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"The trouble is that there are about two thousand enzymes, and the
chance of obtaining them all in a random trial is one one part in
(10^20)^2000 = 10^40000, an outrageously small probability that could
not be faced even if the whole universe consisted of organic soup.
If
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one is not prejudiced either by social beliefs or by a scientific
training into the conviction that life originated on the Earth [by
chance or natural processes], this simple calculation wipes the idea
entirely out of court"
Ibid., p.24
How can one calculate the probability of life forming,
if the particulars of the origin of life is unknown?

You have an answer to a question that is not defined.

[snip]
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"All point mutations that have been studied on the molecular level turn
out to reduce the genetic information and not to increase it."
- Lee Spetner, "Not by Chance"(Brooklyn, New York: The
Judaica
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Press,Inc.) p.138
Are there other type of mutations?
Do you even care?
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"It appears that the neo-darwinism hypothesis is insufficient to explain
some of the observations that were not available at the time the
paradigm took shape. ...One might ask why the neo-darwinian paradigm
does not weaken or disappear if it is at odds with critical factual
information. The reasons are not necessarily scientific ones but rather
may be rooted in human nature"
- Christian Schwabe "On the Validity of Molecular
Evolution", Trends
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in Biochemical Sciences, July 1986, p.282
Perhaps the same can be said for his criticism.
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"The really significant finding that comes to light from comparing the
proteins' amino acid sequences is that it is impossible to arrange them
in any sort of evolutionary series" - Ibid. p.289
It's too hard for him, so that means its too hard for nature?

[snip]

thomas p
2004-07-04 18:05:57 UTC
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I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God.
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart
from this
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please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not
hearsay
There are serious scientists and mathematicians that deal with the laws of
probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance.
There are serious scientists who believe many different things. That
does not mean they have evidence for their beliefs. It does not mean
that their beliefs have anything to do with science. Beliefs are not
evidence, no matter who the believer is.

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2004-07-05 02:21:02 UTC
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Post by thomas p
Post by bob young
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Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God.
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart
from this
Post by bob young
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not
hearsay
There are serious scientists and mathematicians that deal with the laws of
probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance.
There are serious scientists who believe many different things. That
does not mean they have evidence for their beliefs. It does not mean
that their beliefs have anything to do with science. Beliefs are not
evidence, no matter who the believer is.
Let's talk about evidence then:

This really happened to me in around 1975:

I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics. I did a scientific experiment
to test for the
existence of God. I simply looked up to the ceiling and asked God to
give me
evidence that He really existed so that I would know and not just
believe. I did this
several times over a period of weeks or months. I assumed that if He
really did
exist, He would do this because He loved me and didn't want me to go
to hell. I
did this as a serious experiment; it's either true or it isn't. I was
an agnostic
science student at the time. Later I got involved in
parapsychology and found out that there really are people that can
heal by the
laying on of hands as Jesus did and they are being studied by
scientists. The Aura energy field around a healer's body can transmit
healing energy to the body
of the patient; this can be filmed by a technique called Kirlian
photography.
http://www.synergy-co.com/kirlian1-6.html
So the healing miracles of Jesus could be true. Later I studied UFOs
and a UFO
researcher pointed out that there are flying objects in the Bible that
are associated
with angels that look like the UFOs that people are taking photgraphs
of today.
So, Bible stories of angels could be true too. I got a book on the
occult. It said
that certain sensitive people and psychics can see into the spirit
world; they can
see little glimpses of spiritual beings that look like points of light
in the air. I
started reading the New testament to see what it said. Around this
time I started
hearing evil and threatening thoughts coming into my mind as if from
somewhere
else, they weren't my thoughts. I also started seeing little colored
flashes of light
in the air around the time I heard these evil thoughts; they were like
visions, not
really in the physical world. I decided that this was evidence that
demons exist
and they were attacking me with evil thoughts trying to stop me from
becoming a
christian; I saw glimpses into the spirit world during these attacks
that looked like
little colored points of light in the air, like the occult book said.
Then one night
when I was asleep, I saw a night vision of Jesus talking to me; it
seemed like He
was really there, it was not a dream. I had an
overwhelming feeling during this vision like I knew that He had all
the power in the
universe; like anything He commands to happen will happen. I heard His
voice
paraphrasing something written in the Bible.
He called me by my name
and said, you must die before you enter society. Unless the seed die,
the tree cannot bear good fruit. All trees that do not bear fruit,
will be cut down. He was paraphrasing this scripture in the New
Testament:
John 12:24 Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat
fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it
bringeth forth much fruit.
This scripture goes along with these that follow it.
John 12:25 He that loveth his life shall lose it; and he that hateth
his life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal.
John 12:26 If any man serve me, let him follow me; and where I am,
there shall also my servant be: if any man serve me, him will my
Father honour.
The interpretation is that when a man comes to Jesus for salvation, to
be saved from hell, that man must allow his old way of living to die,
and he must take on a new life of serving Jesus, so that he can bear
good fruit for the Kingdom of God.
Immediately after that I woke up. I asked God to give me proof; He
gave me
proof. I have been a fundamentalist christian ever since. If you
really want proof,
ask for it seriously, like I did. Have the idea in your mind that if
God really does prove Himself, then you will serve Him.
In the New Testament Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the
life. No one comes to the Father but
by Me. The only way to get to God is through Jesus Christ, all other
ways are
false. It is not enough just to know that God exists, you can only get
to heaven
through christianity all other religions lead to hell. When Jesus spoke
I heard one word after another like normal speech, but when I thought
about it, all of the words seemed to have happened at the same time.
It was like time did not make any sense. His voice was like that of
any normal man, not to deep, and not too high in pitch. The words
seemed to fill my entire being as if they were put into me with real
power.
This happened to me in 1975. Jesus was coming to me in a darkened room
so I did not get a completely clear look at him. At the time, I
thought he looked similar to Max Von Sidow in the movie THE GREATEST
STORY EVER TOLD, except His hair was all the way down to His
shoulders; longer than in the movie. I did notice darkness around His
chin as if He had a short beard. His face is different from Max Von
Sydow's but there are similarities. He seems to look younger than
that, and more cheerful.
When He said the words, "will be cut down", the tone of His voice
changed as if He did not want to frighten me. After the words were
finished, He put His hand on my back and smiled at me and disappeared.

You need to consider what type of a test I was doing. I was probing
for an answer to a question that is not bound to the physical world.
True reality as we observe it is composed of the physical world, which
is easily tested by physics and chemistry, and it is also composed of
the mental dimension, which does really exist, but not in the physical
world. [Your thoughts and desires and will do really exist, but not in
the physical world. They are connected to the physical world by your
physical body.] If God does exist, as He is described, then He is like
a universal mind or consciousness, that created everything and is in
control of everything. To test for a universal mind, I needed to do an
unusual experiment. The reason that I decided that these points of
light were evidence of demons is because of this:
The occult book that dealt with demons and spirits said that glimpses
into the Spirit world looked like points of light in the air.
And also, I would hear evil voices in my mind, threatening me and
saying the kind of things that demons would say [threats, insults
against me and God, etc...], and I heard these thoughts as if they
were coming from the points of light. As if the points of light were
appearing, saying these things to me telepathically, so that I heard
them in my mind, and then disappearing.
This was surely a phenomenon that looked to me like attacks by evil
spirits or demons. After I became a Christian I prayed to Jesus Christ
to ask Him to protect me from the attacks of demons, and the problem
went away. According to the Bible, the Devil and his demons are
controlling everyone that is not a real Christian, to a greater or
lesser degree. (Some people are completely demon possessed.) When you
try to become a Christian, you are breaking free from the demon's
control and that is when you will notice them trying to fight against
you. If Satan already has you moving in the wrong direction, he does
not need to fight you; he has already got you. Try to become a real
Christian, and try to break free from the Devil's control, then he
will start to fight against you to try to prevent you from becoming a
Christian and getting right with God. This is what the evidence
suggests that I was experiencing when I started to become a Christian,
in 1975.
Also, these points of light that I was seeing, looked like little
visions, not like a real physical phenomenon that happens in the
physical world. Therefore, I did not consider that a physical form of
energy was of any importance here. Physical energy of the sort that
physics studies, might not have been involved.
Remember, the mental dimension is real and does exist, but not in the
physical world, just like your thoughts and desires exist, but not in
the physical world. Your mind is connected to the physical world
through your physical body, so there is a definite connection between
these two different dimensions. Both dimensions really exist.
I had to do an unusual type of experiment because of the unususal
nature of what I was testing for: - The Existence of God.
Experimental controls associated with my experiment:
Believe that if God really exixts then He does care about you and He
does not want you to go to hell. Believe that He would prove Himself
to you to prevent you from going to Hell, if He really does exist.
Ask God to prove to you that He exists, several times over a period of
weeks or months.
Have patience to wait for the proof.
I was involved in Science and that is the kind of proof that God gave
me. If you are involved in something else God will probably prove
Himself to you in a way that you can best understand. He meets you
where you are at.


Jesus Christ said:
John 14:6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the
life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
Mark 16:15 And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and
preach the gospel to every creature.
Mark 16:16 He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he
that believeth not shall be damned.

Do not allow yourself to be deceived by the many false religions of
the World.
False religions lead to hell. The New Testament, of the Christian
Bible, is the real way that leads to heaven and to God. (The King
James version is the most accurate.)
You can read the New Testament for free online at this website:
http://www.usaquality.com/bible/list_bcv/all.html
You can listen to the New Testament being read by someone else, for
free online at this website:
http://www.audio-bible.com/bible/bible.html Start with Matthew
and go all the way through to Revelation.
It is good to ask God to teach you what the New Testament really means
before you read it or listen to it.





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thomas p
2004-07-05 07:00:22 UTC
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thomas p wrote in message ...
Post by thomas p
Post by bob young
Post by bob young
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Post by duke
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God.
the only evidence is idiots like you spouting about it ad nausium. Apart
from this
Post by bob young
please provide the 'evidence'. Evidence that will stand up in Court, not
hearsay
There are serious scientists and mathematicians that deal with the laws of
probability that will tell you that this universe with all of its ordered
complexity, could not have come into being by chance.
There are serious scientists who believe many different things. That
does not mean they have evidence for their beliefs. It does not mean
that their beliefs have anything to do with science. Beliefs are not
evidence, no matter who the believer is.
What you offered below is a story, not evidence.
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I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics. I did a scientific experiment
to test for the
existence of God. I simply looked up to the ceiling and asked God to
give me
evidence that He really existed so that I would know and not just
believe.
Your "experiement" was totally subjective and certainly had nothing to
do with physics.



snip of very long rant.
Bill
2004-06-29 21:01:18 UTC
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I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But lots and lots of evidence for the existence of almighty God. In fact, it's so
prevalent that there no evidence for the non-existance of God.
What is the "evidence? Care to share this objective evidence with us???
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Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet).
No, bastet doesn't exist.
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..I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me.
There is no evidence for bastet.
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..but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
bob young
2004-06-28 06:27:45 UTC
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Yes, Bastet. She's all-powerful and not too pleased with you.
I don't have to worry - it doesn't exist.
You're right! And if you really understand why you don't think it
exists, why is it difficult for you to understand why we don't believe
that your equally ridiculous version of a god exists? There is no more
proof for one than the other.
But wait! Actually, Bastet exists, I assert it, just like you do for
your god-thing, and has just granted me psychic powers (praise be to
Bastet)...I can see that you are about to say something ignorant. Go
ahead, prove the existence of Bastet for me. Pluto thinks that you'll
just ignore me...but you don't have to take that, he's just a punk,
anyway. Anyhoo, gotta split...I have to go sacrifice a goat to
Bastet...got any sisters; how about a scimitar?
The Good Lord no longer has a taste for sisters. They changed his taste for
sisters and young brothers as soon as they realised it was not in their best
intersts to send 'em. so they sacrificed sheep and goats instead, but that
wore off. We only talk about it now.

'God Almighty'?

no - Almighty FALSE!
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
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duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
(^^^^^ Just wondering...is this your password or something?)
"Reproduction of this broadcast all or in part without the expressed
written consent of the NFL is hereby prohibited."
You need to write this down, it'll help you more than that B.S. you
keep spewing. I mean, I don't wan't you to end up in a federal "pound
me in the ass" prison just because you were selling Superbowl dvds to
raise money for Jebus. We know how much Jebus needs money. Kinda needy
for an omnipotent being doncha think? But hey, it's your crutch.
--
zamboni
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Denigrator of Theists
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bob young
2004-06-26 05:10:05 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
There is only one.
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......

.................Grow UP
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Achall [goddess]Earth and Nature; unhappiness. Ireland
Achtan [goddess] Hunting and wild animals. Ireland
Adsullata [goddess] Spring
Aeron War [goddess] Wales War
Aeval [goddess] Love and sexuality; Magic. Ireland Fairy Queen of
Munster.
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Agrona [goddesss] Destroyer of life. Wales Goddess of slaughter
Aibell [goddess] Beauty; Arts; Magic; Destroyer of life; Mother and
guardian; Education and
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knowledge. Ireland
Aibheaog [goddess] Fire. Ireland Fire goddess in County Donegal. She was
worshipped at Tober Breda.
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Aide [goddess] Magic; Water. Ireland Wife of the Irish god Enna.
Aidin [goddess] [Aideen] Love and sexuality. Ireland
Following is an academic list of various Gods. Can anyone tell me which is
or are the REAL
God or Gods?
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Aige [goddess] Demi-animals; water; unhappiness
Ailinn [goddess] Love. Ireland
Aille [goddess]Justice. Ireland
Aille sought revenge when her husband, Meargach of Green Spears, was
killed in
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battle. When her attempt was unsuccessfull she committed suicide.
Aimend [goddess] Sun and Day. Ireland
Sun goddess. Daugther of the king Corco Loigde.
Ain [goddess] Justice Ireland
One of two sister said to be responsible for the high status of women in
ancient Ireland established in "Brehon Laws", which spelled out a women's
property rights and freedom. These laws came to an end with the Norman
occupation.
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Aine [goddess] Love and Sexuality;Agriculture;Earth and
Nature;Luck;Magic;Mother and Guardian;Ceremonies. Ireland
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"Bright." Sun goddess of love and fertility. In West Munster, the life
spark was believed to by governed by the goddess Aine. She was worshipped
at
Cnoc AineAine's Hill in the last century on Midsummer's Eve when local
people would carry torches of hay and straw. After invoking Aine they would

return to their fields and wave the torches over the crops and livestock.
Also see: Anu.
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Airmed [goddess] [Airmid] Health and healing; ImmortalityIreland
Goddess of Medicine. Airmed is the daughter of
DiancechtPhysician-magician
of the Tuatha, and grandfather of Lugh and sister of Miach. She helps her
father guard the secret Well of Healing.
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Albina [goddess] Creator of Life; Moon and Night Britain
Almha [Almu] [goddess] Ireland
Not much is known of Almha, other than she was a diety of the Tuatha.
Andrasta [goddess] [Andate] War Britain,Iceni
Anna Livia Plurabelle [goddess]
Annis [goddess] Wild Birds; Destroyer of Life; UglinessNorthern Britain
Anu [goddess] [Ana, Annan, Annis, Black Annis,Buanann, Eire,Iath n'
Anann]
Creator of Life; Mother and Guardian; Wealth; Earth and Nature; Sky and
Heaven Ireland
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Aobh [goddess] Weather; Magic; Evil; Demi-Animals; Mother and Guardian.
Ireland
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Aoife [goddess] Evil; Demi-animals; Magic; Education and knowledge.
Scotland
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Arbha [goddess] Family and Tribes. British Isles
Arenmetia [goddess] Health and Healing. Britain
Argante [goddess] Health and Healing Britain
Arianrhod [goddess] Mother and Guardian; Moon and Night; Fate; Magic;
Justice; Fertility. Wales
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Arnamentia [goddess] Water. Britain Goddess of springs.
Artio [goddess] Hunting and Wild AnimalsBritain;Switzerland
Assa [goddess] Goodness. Ireland
Badb [goddess] War: Wild birds; Fate; Magic; Water.. Ireland
Badba [goddess] War. Ireland
Badh [goddess] [Banshee in Munster] Ireland
Bainleannan [goddess] Ireland Celtic spirit.
Ban Naomha [goddess] Fishing and water animals; Prophesy and Wisdom.
Ireland
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Ban Nighechain [goddess] Water. Scotland
Banba [Bandha] [goddess] Ireland
Banna [goddess] Water; Creativity; Immortality. Ireland
Bansch [goddess] Ireland
Banshees [goddess] Magic; Small size. Ireland
Be Find [goddess] Fate. Ireland
Beag [goddess] Magic; Water; Education and Knowledge. Ireland
Bean Nighe [goddess] Household Affairs; Destroyer of Life Ireland,
Scotland
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Bean Sidhe [goddess] Fate; Family and Tribes Ireland
Bebhionn [goddess] Dawn and Twilight; Beauty; Justice Ireland
Bebo [gpddess] Ireland
Bec Fola [goddess] MagicIreland
Becuma [goddess] Heaven and Hell; Dawn and Twilight; Moon and Night;
Weather Ireland
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Benvarry [goddess] Demi-animals; Fishing and Water Animals Isle of Man
Biddy Mannion [goddess] Health and Healing Ireland
Bidhgoe [goddess] Love and Sexuality Ireland
Birog [goddess] Fomorii Arts; Mother and Guardian Ireland
Blanaid [goddess] Magic Ireland
Blathnat [goddess] Time Ireland
Blodeuwedd [goddess] Love and Sexuality;lunar mysteries,initiations,
Demi-animals; Earth and Nature Wales
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Bo Find [goddess] Domesticated Animals; Magic Ireland
Boann [goddess] Water; Domesticated Animals; Family and Tribes Ireland
Bobd [goddess] War; Demi-animals Ireland
Branwen [goddess] Love and Sexuality; Moon and Night; Selflessness
Ireland
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Breg [goddess] Evil Ireland
Bri [goddess] Magic Ireland
Caer [goddess] Demi-animal Ireland
Cailleach Beara [goddess] Earth and Nature; Agriculture; Family and
Tribes; Education and Knowledge;
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Charisma Ireland, Scotland
Cailleach Bheur [goddess] Sky , weather healing, initiation, great
wisdom,
shape-shiftingScotland, the Isle of Man, southern Ireland
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Cailleach Bolus [goddess] Ireland
Cailleach Corca Duibhne [goddess] Ireland
Cailleach Mor [goddess] Weather; Mother and Guardian Scotland
Caireen [goddess] Mother and Guardian Ireland
Cameira [goddess] Family and Tribes
Campestres [goddess] Latin name for Celtic goddesses of the fields.
Agriculture
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Canola [goddess] Arts; Creativity Ireland
Caoineag[goddess] Fate; Destroyer of Life; Family and Tribes; Weather
Britain
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Carlin [goddess] Ceremonies; Immortality; Time; Mother and Guardian
Scotland
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Carman [goddess] Magic; War; Ceremonies Ireland
Carravogue [goddess] Reptiles; Magic Ireland
Cartimandua [goddess] War Britain
Cathubodia [goddess] Earth and Nature Britain
Dahut [goddess] Love and Sexuality; Evil Britain
Danu [goddess] Mother and Guardian; Education and Knowledge; Prosperity;
Magic; Sun and Day; Family and Tribes; Water Ireland
Post by duke
Dawen [goddess] Domesticated Animals; Dawn and Twilight; Weather Ireland
Dea Domnann [goddesss] Heaven and Hell; Creator of Life Ireland, Formor
Dechtire[goddess] Demi-animals; Mother and Guardian; Heaven and Hell;
Magic Ireland
Post by duke
Dee [goddess] War; Water; Fate Scotland
Deirdre [goddess] Beauty; Fate; Love and Sexuality Ireland
Dervonnae [goddess] ["Oak Spirits." Triune mother goddesses of birth,
growth, and death.] Life / Death Cycle; Earth and Nature Europe
Post by duke
Deva [goddess] Water Britain
Devona [goddess] Water Ireland
Dia Griene [goddess] Sun and Day Scotland
Dil [goddess] Domesticated Animals Ireland
Dobhinia [goddess] Family and Tribes Ireland
Domnu [goddess] Family and Tribes; Water Ireland, Fomorii
Don [goddess] Stars and Planets; Creator of Life Wales
Doon Buidhe [goddess] Arts
Dornoll [goddess] Weather; Ugliness; Physical Prowess Ireland
Druantia [goddess] Earth and Nature Britain
Dubh [goddess] Magic; Water Ireland
Dubh Lacha [goddesss] Fate: Moon and Night; Water Ireland
Dubhlaing [goddess] Fate; Magic; Love and Sexuality
A [goddess] Chaldean
Aahmes-nefertari [goddess] Egypt
Aakuluujjusi [goddess] Inuit
Aasith [goddess] Egypt
Abaangui Guarani
Aba-khatun [goddess] Russia
Abaris Greek
Abas Greek
Abassi Nigeria/Africa
Abderus Greek
Abeguwo [goddess] Oceania
Abeona [goddess] Roman
Abere [goddess] Oceania
Ab Kin Xoc Maya
Abnoba [goddess] Celtic
Abraxas Roman
Abuk [goddess] Dinka/Africa
Abundantia [goddess] Roman
Acamas Greek
Acantha [goddess] Greek
Acat Maya
Acaviser [goddess] Roman
Acca [goddess] Roman
Acca Larentia [goddess] Roman
Achall [goddess] Irish
Achelois [goddess] Greek
Achelous Greek
Achilles Greek
Achtan [goddess] Irish
Achtland [goddess] Celtic
Acis Greek
Aclla [goddess] Inca
Acna [goddess] Maya/Mexico
Actaeon Greek
Acuecueyotlcihuatl*Aztec/Mexico
Adad Babylonian
Adamanthea [goddess] Greek
Adamisil Wedo [goddess] Haiti
Adapa Babylonian
Adaro Oceania
Adeona [goddess] Roman
Aditi [goddess] Asian
Adityas Asian
Admeta [goddess] Roman
Admete [goddess] Greek
Admetus Greek
Adonis Greek
Adrammelech Babylonia
Adrastus Greek
Adsagsona [goddess] Celtic
Adu Ogyinae Ashanti/Africa
Aeacus Greek
Aebh [goddess] Celtic
Aed Celtic
Aédon [goddess] Greek
Aedos [goddess] Roman
Aega [goddess] Greek
Aegeria [goddess] Roman
Aegeus Greek
Aegina [goddess] Greek
Aegir Norse
Aegis Greek
Aegisthus Greek
Aegyptus Greek
Aello [goddess] Greek Amazon
Aeneas Greek
Aeneas Roman
Aeolus Greek
Aero [goddess] Greek
Aeron Celtic
Aerope [goddess] Greek
Aesculapius Asclepius Greek
Aesir Norse
Æs Sídhe Celtic
Aestas [goddess] Roman
Aether Greek
Aethra [goddess] Greek
Aetna [goddess] Roman
Afekan [goddess] Oceania
Agaman Nibo [goddess] Haiti
Agamedes Greek
Agamemnon Greek
Agasaya [goddess] Semite
Agave [goddess] Greek
Agdos [goddess] Asia Minor
Agé Dahomey/Africa
Aglaia [goddess] Greek
Aglauros [goddess] Greek
Agni India
Agwe [goddess] Benin/Africa
Agwe [goddess] Haiti
Agweta [goddess] Haiti
Ahat [goddess] Egypt
Ahau Chamahez Maya
Ahau Kin [goddess] Maya
Ah Chuy Kak Maya
Ah Cun Can Maya
Ahemait [goddess] Egypt
Ah Kinchil Maya
Ahmakiq Maya
Ahnt Alis Pok' [goddess] Mexico
Ahnt Kai [goddess] Mexico
Ah Puch Maya
Ahriman Persia
Ahsonnutli Navajo
Ahti [goddess] Egypt
Ah Uaynih [goddess] Haiti
Ah Uaynih [goddess] Guatemala
Ahuic [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Ahulane Maya
Ahura Mazda Persia
Ahurani [goddess] Persia
Ah Wink-ir Masa [goddess] Guatemala
Ai-ada Turkey
'Aiaru [goddess] Oceania
Aida Wedo [goddess] Benin/Africa
Aida Wedo [goddess] Haiti
Aigiarm [goddess] Mongolia
Ainé [goddess] Celtic
Ainia [goddess] Greek Amazon
Airmed [goddess] Irish
Ai Tupua'i [goddess] Oceania
Aja [goddess] Babylonia
Aje [goddess] Yoruba/Africa
Aji-Suki-Taka-Hi-Kone Japan
Ajok Africa
Ajtzak AmerIndian
Ajysyt [goddess] Siberia
Aka [goddess] Turkey
Akert-khentet-auset-s [goddess] Egypt
Akewa [goddess] Argentina
Akhet [goddess] Egypt
Akhushtal [goddess] Maya
Akonadi [goddess] Ghana/Africa
Akongo Africa
Akuj Africa
Akusaa [goddess] Egypt
Akycha AmerIndian
Ala [goddess] Ibo/Africa
Alaghom Naom Tzentel [goddess] Maya
Alalahe [goddess] Oceania
Ala Muki [goddess] Oceania
Alator Britain
Alastor Greek
Alberich Norse
Albina [goddess] Roman
Albion Greek
Albunea [goddess] Roman
Alcestis [goddess] Greek
Alcibie [goddess] Greek Amazon
Alcimedes Greek
Alcippe Greek
Alcippe [goddess] Greek Amazon
Alcmaeon Greek
Alcmene [goddess] Greek
Alcyon [goddess] Greek
Alecto [goddess] Greek
Alectrona [goddess] Greek
Alectryon Greek
Alemona [goddess] Roman
Alfhild [goddess] Scandinavia
Alfs Germanic
Alinga [goddess] Australia
Alkaia [goddess] Greek Amazon
Alkonost [goddess] Russia
Al-Lat [goddess] Arabia
Almoshi [goddess] Russia
Alpan [goddess] Roman
Alphito [goddess] Greek
Altan-Telgey [goddess] Mongol
Altria [goddess] Roman
Alu Babylonia
Alvis Germanic
Ama [goddess] Russia
Amaethon Britain
Amalthea Greek
Amalthea [goddess] Greek
Ama no Uzume [goddess] Japan
Ama-terasu [goddess] Japan
Amatsu Mikaboshi Japan
Amaunet [goddess] Egypt
Amazons Greek
Ambika [goddess] Hindu
Ambrosia Greek
Amelia [goddess] Haiti
Amemet [goddess] Egypt
Ament [goddess] Egypt
Amenti Egypt
Amma [goddess] Norse
Amma Dogon/Africa
Ammavaru [goddess] India
Amit [goddess] Egypt
Ammit [goddess] Egypt
Amn [goddess] Egypt
Amon Egypt
Amor Roman
Amphitrite [goddess] Greek
Amphitryon Greek
Amset Egypt
Amymone [goddess] Greek
An Sumeria
Anagtia [goddess] Roman
Anahita [goddess] Persia
Ananke [goddess] Greek
Anansi West Africa
Ananta Shesha Hindu
Anapel [goddess] Russia
Anath Anat [goddess] Phoenician
Anatha [goddess] Egypt
Anatis [goddess] Egypt
Anatu [goddess] Mesopotamia
Anaxarete [goddess] Greek
Anceta [goddess] Roman
Anchises Greek
Andraste [goddess] Britain
Androgyne Greek
Andromache Greek
Andromache [goddess] Greek Amazon
Andromeda [goddess] Greek
Andromeda [goddess] Greek Amazon
Androphonos Greek
Angerboda [goddess] Scandinavia
Angerona [goddess] Roman
Angina [goddess] Roman
Angita [goddess] Roman
Angitia [goddess] Greek
Angpetu WiAmerIndian
Angus Celtic
Anieros [goddess] Roman
Anima Mundi [goddess] Roman
Anius Greek
Anjea [goddess] Australia
Anka [goddess] Egypt
Ankhtith [goddess] Egypt
Ankt [goddess] Egypt
Anna Perenna [goddess] Etruscan
Annapurna Hindu
Annwn Britain
Antaboga Indonesia
Antaeus Greek
Antaios Egypt
Antandre [goddess] Greek Amazon
Anteros Greek
Anteros Roman
Antevorta [goddess] Roman
Anthat [goddess] Egypt
Antianara [goddess] Greek
Antianara [goddess] Greek Amazon
Antibrote [goddess] Greek Amazon
Anticlea [goddess] Greek
Antigone [goddess] Greek
Antinuous Greek
Antiope [goddess] Greek
Antiope [goddess] Greek Amazon
Anu Babylonian
Anu Celtic
Anubis Egypt
Anuket [goddess] Egypt
Anunitu [goddess] Babylonia
An-Zu [goddess] Assyria
Apate [goddess] Greek
Apep Egypt
Aphareus Greek
Aphrodite [goddess] Greek
Apis Egypt
Apis Egypt
Apollo Greek
Apozanolotl [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Appiades, The [goddess] Roman
Appias [goddess] Roman
Apsu Babylonian
Apunga [goddess] Australia
Arachne [goddess] Greek
Arahuta [goddess] New Zealand
Ararat [goddess] Anatolia
Ardwinna Celtic
Ares Greek
Arete [goddess] Greek
Arethusa [goddess] Greek
Areto [goddess] Greek Amazon
Aretz [goddess] Israel
Argonaut Greek
Argos Greek
Argus Greek
Argus Greek
Ariadne [goddess] Greek
Arianrhod Wales
Aricia [goddess] Roman
Ariki [goddess] New Zealand
Arinna [goddess] Hittite
Arion Greek
Arnamentia [goddess] Britain
Arne [goddess] Greek
Arohirohi [goddess] New Zealand
Arria [goddess] Roman
Arsinoë [goddess] Greek
Artemis [goddess] Greek
Artio Celtic
Aruna [goddess] Hindu
Aryong Jong [goddess] Korea
Asase Yaa [goddess] Ghana/Africa
As-ava [goddess] Russia
Ascanius Roman
Asclepius Greek
AsgardNorse
Asgaya Gigagei Cherokee
Asherali [goddess] Canaan
Ashiakle [goddess] Ghana/Africa
Ashnan [goddess] Sumeria
Ashtoreth Phoenician
Ashtoreth [goddess] Egypt
Ashur Assyria
Ashvins Hindu
Askr and Embla Norse
Astarte [goddess] Phoenicia
Asteria [goddess] Greek
Asteria [goddess] Greek Amazon
Astraea [goddess] Greek
Astraeos Greek
Astrea [goddess] Roman
Asuras Asian
Asuras Asian
Atalanta [goddess] Greek
Atanea [goddess] South Pacific
Atar [goddess] Iran
Ate [goddess] Greek
At-Em [goddess] Egypt
Aten Aton Egypt
Athena [goddess] Greek
Athirat [goddess] Canaan
Athor [goddess] Egypt
Athtart [goddess] Canaan
Atl Aztec
Atlacamani [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Atlacoya [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Atlas Greek
Atlatonin [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Atreus Greek
Atropos [goddess] Greek
Attis Roman
Atum Egypt
Auchimalgen [goddess] Chile
Au-Co Vietnamese
Audjal [goddess] Caroline Islands
Auilix Maya
Aura [goddess] Greek
Aurita [goddess] Roman
Aurora [goddess] Roman
Ausaitis Lithuania
Austeja Lithuania
Autolycus Greek
Autonoe [goddess] Greek
Auxesia [goddess] Greek
Averna [goddess] Roman
Avernales [goddess] Roman
Averruncus [goddess] Roman
Aversa [goddess] Roman
Awonawilona [goddess] Pueblo/Zuni
Aya [goddess] Mesopotamia
Ayaba [goddess] Dahomey/Africa
Ayauhteotl [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Ayida [goddess] Haiti
Ayizan [goddess] Haiti
Ayt'ar Russia
Azacca Haiti
Aziri [goddess] Africa
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Ba[goddess] China
Baal Bel Phoenicia
Ba'Alat[goddess] Phoenicia
Baatsi Africa
Baau[goddess] Phoenicia
Babamik[goddess] Oceania
Baba Yaga[goddess] Slavonic
Bacchantes[goddess] Greek
Bacchus Roman
Bachue[goddess] Chibcha
Backlum Chaam Maya
Badb[goddess] Irish
Bakha Egypt
Balder Norse
Balios Greek
Balor[goddess] Irish
Banba[goddess] Irish
Banka-Mundi[goddess] India
Banshee Gaelic
Barghest England
Baron Samedi[goddess] Haiti
Bast or Bastet[goddess] Egypt
Bathkol[goddess] Israel
Baubo[goddess] Greek
Baucis Roman
Bayanni[goddess] Africa
Bebhionn[goddess] Irish
Beelsamin Phoenicia
Befana[goddess] Italy
Begoe[goddess] Roman
Beiwe[goddess] Lappland
Belatucadros Celtic
Bele Alua[goddess] Africa
Belenus Celtic
Beli Mawr Celtic
Belisama[goddess] Celtic
Belit-Seri[goddess] Babylonia
Bellerophon Greek
Bellona[goddess] Roman
Belobog Slavic
Bendis[goddess] Thracian
Benten[goddess] Japan
Benzai-Ten Japan
Beowulf Germanic
Bergelmir Germanic
Berserk, Berserker Norse
Bertha[goddess] Norse
Beruth[goddess] Phoenicia
Bes Egypt
Bestla[goddess] Scandinavia
Bhairavi[goddess] Hindu
Bheara Celtic Ireland
Bia Greek
Biame Australia
Biblys[goddess] Greek
Bifrost Norse
Bikeh Hozho[goddess] Navajo
Bila[goddess] Australia
Bilé Celtic
Billing Germanic
Bishamon Japan
Boaliri[goddess] Australia
Boann[goddess] Irish
Bobd Celtic
Bochica Chibcha
Boibhniu Celtic
Bolbe[goddess] Greek
Boldogasszony[goddess] Russia
Bomo Rambi[goddess] Africa
Bona[goddess] Roman
Bona Dea[goddess] Roman
Bone of Ull Norse
Boötes Greek
Bor Norse
Bors Celtic
Boreas Greek
Bormonia[goddess] Roman
Borvo Gaul
Bragi Norse
Brag-srin-mo[goddess] Tibet
Brahma Hindu
Bran Britain
Branwen[goddess] Wales
Breath of Wind[goddess] Iroquois
Breksta[goddess] Lithuania
Bremusa Greek Amazon
Bres Gaelic
Briareus Greek
Bride[goddess] Scotland
Brigandu[goddess] Celtic France
Brigantia[goddess] Celtic Briton
Brighid[goddess] Gaelic
Brihaspati Asian
Brimo[goddess] Greek
Brisa[goddess] Greek
Briseis[goddess] Greek
Britomartis[goddess] Greek
Brize[goddess] Greek
Brizo[goddess] Greek
Brome[goddess] Greek
Bronach[goddess] Irish
Brono Norse
Brontes Greek
Brownie Scotland
Broxa Jewish
Brunhild, Brünnehilde or Brynhild[goddess] Germanic
Bubastis[goddess] Egypt
Bubona[goddess] Roman
Buddha Hindu
Budhi Pallien[goddess] India
Bugady Musun[goddess] Siberia
Buk[goddess] Africa
Buku Africa
Bunbulama[goddess] Australia
Bunzi[goddess] Africa
Buri Norse
Buring une[goddess] Oceania
Busiris Egypt
Butes Greek
Byblis[goddess] Roman
Bylgja[goddess] Norse
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Cabiri Greek
Caca[goddess] Roman
Cacus Roman
Cacus Greek
Cadmus Greek
Caduceus Greek
Caelestis[goddess] MidEast
Caenis[goddess] Greek
Caer[goddess] Irish
Caerus Greek
Cagn Mantis Africa
Cailleach[goddess] Irish
Cairbre Celtic
Cairpre Celtic
Caishen China
Cakulha Maya
Calais Greek
Calchas Greek
Caligo[goddess] Greek
Calliope[goddess] Greek
Callipygos[goddess] Greek
Callirhoe[goddess] Greek
Callisto[goddess] Greek
Calybe[goddess] Roman
Calyce[goddess] Greek
Calypso[goddess] Greek
Camenae Roman
Camilla Roman
Camise[goddess] Roman
Camozotz Maya
Campe Greek
Camulus Gaul
Candace[goddess] Egypt
Candelifera[goddess] Roman
Candi[goddess] India
Candit[goddess] Africa
Canente[goddess] Roman
Canidia[goddess] Greek
Canola[goddess] Irish
Caradawc Celtic
Cardea Roman
Carlin[goddess] Scotland
Carman[goddess] Irish
Carmenta Roman
Carna Roman
Carya[goddess] Greek
Cartimandua[goddess] Britain
Cassandra[goddess] Greek
Cassiopeia[goddess] Greek
Cassios[goddess] Phoenicia
Castalia[goddess] Greek
Castor and Pollux Greek
Catequil Inca
Cathubodva Celtic
Cecrops Greek
Ceibhfhionn[goddess] Irish
Celaneo[goddess] Greek Amazon
Cenn Cruaich Gaelic
Centaur Greek
Centaur Greek
Cephalus Greek
Cer[goddess] Greek
Cerberus Greek
Cerberus Greek
Cercopes Greek
Cercyon Greek
Ceres Roman
Cernunnos Celtic
Cerridwen[goddess] Wales
Cerynean Hind Greek
Cessair[goddess] Irish
Cethe Celtic
Cethlion[goddess] Irish
Cetlenn Celtic
Ceto[goddess] Greek
Challalamma[goddess] India
Chandra Hindu
Chang Fei China
Chang Hsien China
Chang-O[goddess] China
Chang Pan China
Ch'ang Tsai China
Chantico[goddess] Aztec
Chaos Greek
Chaos[goddess] MidEast
Chao San-Niang[goddess] China
Chao T'eng-k'ang China
Chariboea[goddess] Greek
Charis[goddess] Greek
Charites[goddess] Greek
Chariot Greek
Charon Greek
Charybdis[goddess] Greek
Chelone[goddess] Greek
Chem Egypt
Chemosh Moab
Ch'eng Huang China
Cheng San-Kung China
Cheng Huan-ho China
Chen Kao China
Chernobog Slavic
Chibiabos Algonquin
Chichevache German
Chien-Ti[goddess] China
Chih Jih China
Chih-Nii[goddess] China
Chih Nu[goddess] China
Ch'ih Sung-tzu China
Chimaera Greek
Chimata-No-Kami Japan
Ching Ling Tzu China
Ch'ing Lung China
Chin-hua Niang-niang China
Chinnintamma[goddess] India
Chione[goddess] Greek
Chio Yuan-Tsu China
Chi Po China
Chiron Greek
Chloe[goddess] Greek
Chloris[goddess] Greek
Chonso Egypt
Chou Wang China
Chryses Greek
Chryseis[goddess] Greek
Chuang-Mu[goddess] China
Chu-jung China
Chung-kuei China
Chung-li Ch'üan China
Chung Ling-yu China
Chung Liu China
Chu Niao China
Chun T'i[goddess] China
Chup-Kamui[goddess] Japan
Chu Ying China
Cian Celtic
Cihuacoatl[goddess] Nahua
Cilissa[goddess] Greek
Cinei-new[goddess] Russia
Circe[goddess] Greek
Cleite[goddess] Greek Amazon
Cleone[goddess] Greek
Clio[goddess] Greek
Cliodna[goddess] Gaelic
Cloacina[goddess] Roman
Cloelia Roman
Clûd[goddess] Celtic
Clymene[goddess] Greek
Clytemnestra[goddess] Greek
Clytie[goddess] Greek
Coatlicue[goddess] Aztec
Cocidius Britain
Coinquenda[goddess] Roman
Collatina[goddess] Roman
Colleda[goddess] Serbia
Comitia[goddess] Roman
Comus Roman
Conair Celtic
Conall Cernach Irish
Conchobar Celtic
Conciliatrix[goddess] Roman
Concordia Roman
Condatis Britain
Consentes Dii Roman
Consus Roman
Copia[goddess] Roman
Copil Aztec
Copreus Greek
Coranians Celtic
Corb Celtic
Cormac Celtic
Coronis[goddess] Greek
Corra[goddess] Scotland
Corunetes Greek
Corvus Celtic
Corythus Greek
Cottus Greek
Cotys[goddess] Greek
Cotys[goddess] MidEast
Cotytto[goddess] Greek
Coventina[goddess] Britain
Cratos Greek
Creidhne Celtic
Creon Greek
Cressida Greek
Creusa[goddess] Greek
Crius Greek
Cronus Greek
Crotus Greek
Cuba[goddess] Roman
Cuchulainn Celtic
Cuda[goddess] Britain
Culsa[goddess] Roman
Cumhau Maya
Cunina[goddess] Roman
Cunnembeille[goddess] Australia
Cupid Roman
Cupra[goddess] Roman
Cura Roman
Curetes Greek
Cu Roi Irish
Curto-ara[goddess] Russia
Cyane[goddess] Roman
Cybele[goddess] Roman
Cybele[goddess] MidEast
Cyclopes Greek
Cygnus Greek
Cyone[goddess] Greek
Cyrene[goddess] Greek
Dabog Vid, Daba Slavic
Dactyls Greek
Daedalus Greek
Daena[goddess] MidEast
Daevas Babylonia
Dag[goddess] Scandinavia
Dagda Celtic
Dagda's Cauldron Celtic
Dagda's Harp Celtic
Daghdha In Dagda Celtic
Dagon Mesopotamia
Dagwanoenyent[goddess] AmerIndian
Daikoku Japan
Dair Celtic
Dais[goddess] Greek
Dakini[goddess] Hindu
Dali[goddess] Russia
Damia[goddess] Greek
Damkina[goddess] Sumeria
Damma Gaul
Damocles Greek
Damon and Pythias Greek
Damona[goddess] Gaul
Dan Africa
Dana Anu[goddess] Celtic
Danae[goddess] Greek
Danaus Greek
Danu[goddess] Greek
Daphne[goddess] Greek
Daphnis Greek
Darago[goddess] Philippines
Darzamat Latvia
Därzu-mäte[goddess] Russia
Dayang-Raca[goddess] Borneo
Dazhbog Slavic
Dazimus[goddess] MidEast
Dea Dia[goddess] Roman
De ai[goddess] Micronesia
Dea Marica[goddess] Roman
Debena[goddess] Russia
Dechtere[goddess] Irish
Decuma[goddess] Roman
Deianira[goddess] Greek OR
Deianira[goddess] Greek Amazon
Deidamia[goddess] Greek
Deidre[goddess] Celtic
Deimos Greek
Deiphobe[goddess] Greek
Deiphobus Greek
Delka Latvia
Delphinus Greek
Delphyne[goddess] Greek
Demeter[goddess] Greek
Demogorgon Greek
Dendrites Greek
Deng Africa
Deohako[goddess] AmerIndian
Derceto[goddess] Greek
Derimacheia[goddess] Greek Amazon
Derinoe[goddess] Greek Amazon
Derketo[goddess] MidEast
Despoena[goddess] Greek
Deucalion Greek
Devana[goddess] Russia
Devas Asian
Deverra[goddess] Roman
Devi[goddess] Asian
Dewi Wales
Dewi Nawang Sasih[goddess] Sundanese
Dewi Shri[goddess] Bali
Dharma Hindu
Dhat-Badan[goddess] Yemen
Dhisana[goddess] Hindu
Dia[goddess] Roman
Dia Griene[goddess] Scotland
Diana[goddess] Roman
Diancecht Irish
Dido[goddess] Greek
Dido[goddess] Roman
Diiwica[goddess] Russia
Di Jun[goddess] China
Dike[goddess] Greek
Dil[goddess] Irish
Dilga[goddess] Australia
Dilmun Sumeria
Diomedes Greek
Dione[goddess] Greek
Dionysus Greek
Dirce[goddess] Greek
Disciplina[goddess] Roman
Discordia[goddess] Roman
Dis Pater Roman
Diti[goddess] Hindu
Diviriks Lithuania
Diwya[goddess] Greek
Djanggawul[goddess] Australia
Djigonasee[goddess] AmerIndian
Doda[goddess] Serbia
Dogai Oceania
Dolya[goddess] Russia
Domfe Africa
Domnu Celtic
Donar Germanic
Dongo Africa
Doris[goddess] Greek
Dragon Ancient
Dragoni Russia
Draupadi[goddess] Hindu
Draupnir Norse
Druantia[goddess] Celtic
Dryads[goddess] Greek
Dryope[goddess] Greek
Dugnai[goddess] Lithuania
Dumuzi Sumerian
Dunne Enin[goddess] Siberia
Durga[goddess] Hindu
Duttur[goddess] MidEast
Dyaus Hindu
Dyaush India
Dysnomia[goddess] Greek
Dzalarhons[goddess] AmerIndian
Dziewona Poland
Ea Babylonian
Ebisu Japan
Eadon[goddess] Irish
Ececheira[goddess] Greek
Echenais[goddess] Greek
Echidna[goddess] Greek
Echidna Greek
Echo[goddess] Greek
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Ef[?] Pygmy/Africa
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Eidyia Greek
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Eir[goddess] Norse
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Eka Abassi[goddess] Africa
El Phoenician
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Electra[goddess] Greek
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Elle[goddess] Norse
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Emma-O Japan
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Enceladus Greek
Enda semangko[goddess] Oceania
Endukugga Sumeria
Endymion Greek
Enekpe[goddess] Africa
Enki Sumeria
Enlil Babylonian
Ennugi Mesopotamia
Enodia[goddess] Greek
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Eos[goddess] Greek
Epeus Greek
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Erishkigal[goddess] Sumeria
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Eros Greek
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Eshmun Canaan
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Esu Yoruba
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Egyptian gods
Amun: Amun is mentioned in the Pyramid Texts, but was not a prominent god
during the Age of the Pyramids. His name means 'the hidden one' and he
was
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a god of the atmosphere. Later in Egyptian history, he would become the
main god of the empire.
Anty: Anty was a hawk god of Upper Egypt. He is shown as a hawk sitting
on
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a crescent moon, or in a boat. He became associated with other hawk-gods,
such as Sokar. King Merenre's birth name, Anty-em-saf acknowledges ties
between his mother's family and the areas where Anty was a major deity.
Anty's name, which refers to his sharp claws, can also be read as Nemty.
Anubis: This jackal-headed god looked after the dead, and was in charge
of
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the important task of mummification. Anubis can appear as either a black
canine with long sharp ears, or as a man with a canine head. The black
colour of Anubis is not natural to jackals or to the wild dogs of Egypt;
it
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may refer to the discoloration of a body after death and during
mummification. The black colour also refers to the rich dark soil of
Egypt,
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from which new growth came every year; in similar manner, the dead would
come to new life after burial. Dogs, as animal companions, were present
in
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Egypt from the very beginning. Sometimes dogs were buried with their
masters. It may have given the Egyptians comfort to think of such an
animal
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as guarding the cemeteries, protecting the dead.
Atum: Self-created creator of the Universe. Alone in Nun nothingness he
created Shu and Tefnut, air and moisture. His name means 'the complete
one.' Atum is usually shown as a king. He can symbolize the setting sun.
Babi is a deity shown in Baboon form, and it's from his name that we get
our word for these animals. Babi is ferocious, even blood-thirsty, unlike
the usually calm and reasonable Thoth who also appears as a baboon.
Bastet: Cats are very useful animals in a country that depends on grain.
The cat's hunting instincts were honoured by the Ancient Egyptians, but
so
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was the cat's gentler side as a warm and loving mother to her kittens.
Bastet can be shown as a woman with a feline head. There are
disagreements
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among zoologists as to when these animals first began to live with humans
along the Nile, and about which feline became the Egyptian pet. Cats do
not
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appear as household pets during the Age of the Pyramids, though they were
very popular animal companions in later times. From about three thousand,
two hundred years ago, there are cartoon-like images of cats and mice
engaged in human activities; unfortunately we do not know the stories for
these illustrations.
Bat: Ancient goddess shown with the horns of a buffalo or cow. Her face
appears on the Narmer palette, showing an early association with
kingship.
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Her character and powers were absorbed by Hathor.
Geb: God of Earth, grandson of Atum, husband of Nut. He is often shown as
a
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man reclining on the earth under a starry sky. The goose is his sacred
animal.
Hapy: God of the annual Nile flood, the Inundation. Shown as a human man
with a crown of plants, and heavy pendulous breasts and a paunch, he
symbolized abundance and fertility.
Hathor: Hathor as the royal goddess. Her name means 'House of Horus." Her
image could take the form of a cow, a woman with a cow's head, or a woman
wearing the horns of a cow. As a motherly cow, she gave the king her
divine
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milk, and protected him as a cow protects her calf. She was the goddess
of
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love, music, singing, and dance. She was one of the most important
deities
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in the Age of the Pyramids, and her popularity continued to the end of
Egyptian civilization. In the early economy of Egypt, cows were wealth. A
herd of cattle was a beautiful sight because it represented wealth in the
form of food, milk, hides, and work, as oxen pulled the ploughs of
farmers.
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Cattle dung was a valuable fertilizer and had many uses in building. The
Egyptians admired many qualities in cows, besides their economic
benefits.
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The cow's careful tending of her calf was a model for motherhood. In a
time
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when many women died in childbirth, the ability of cow's milk to sustain
a
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human baby was deeply appreciated. Cows, like people, love music and
will happily listen to a human singing, thus it made sense for Hathor to
be
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goddess of music. The big, gentle brown eyes of cows set a standard for
beauty; there are still cultures in the world where to say that a girl is
as pretty as a heifer is a great compliment.
[Neferet-ihew was a popular name meaning Beautiful of cattle.
Nefer-tjenetet meant The herd of Hathor is beautiful. Another name
associated with Hathor was Redew-yehew - feet of cattle]
Heket: Frog-headed goddess of childbirth. Frogs, who produce vast numbers
of tadpoles, were popular as amulets to ensure fertility.
Heh: Shown as a kneeling man grasping two palm ribs, Heh is the
personification of eternity. His image was popular as an amulet, wishing
the wearer 'millions of years.'
Horus: This god is shown as a falcon, or as a man with the head of a
falcon. In Egyptian, his name is Her - the distant one. Like the good
king
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who sees everything in his kingdom, the hawk is noted for his sharp
vision.
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The sudden stoop of the hawk, as he leaves the distant sky to attack and
capture his prey, is like the quick and decisive action of a king in
defense of his country. Horus is one of the oldest gods of the
Egyptians. In the days when powerful leaders were fighting to make one
nation out of smaller settlements, the early rulers were called Followers
of Horus. On the Narmer palette, the King is shown with a falcon whose
one
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human arm holds a rope that passes through the nose of a defeated rival.
The earliest way of distinguishing the name of a king from the names of
others was the serekh, which was a rectangle representing the palace of
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king, with a hawk on the top. Originally, there were at least two
gods called Horus. One is the fifth child of Nut and Geb, Horus the
Elder,
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and the other is the son of Isis and Osiris. Over time, their stories and
attributes came together. An old story tells of how Osiris, king of
Egypt,
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was murdered by his brother, Seth. Seth was very strong and powerful. He
took over the country, and ruled well. Isis, the wife of Osiris, hid the
child she had born, and raised him in secret. When Horus grew up, he
claimed his father's throne. Seth and Horus struggled for the kingship,
but
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in the end Horus' claim, as son of the previous king, was recognized by a
court of all the gods, and Horus became king. In Ancient Egypt, each king
was Horus. When a king died, Egyptians said that the falcon had flown to
Heaven and united with the Sun Disk. The next king then became Horus.
Like
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the Hawk, the king was a fighter, a warrior. This is why Horus, when
shown
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as a hawk-headed man, wears an armored breast-plate.
Isis: Sister and wife of Osiris, mother of Horus. Isis is the brightest
star in the sky, Sirius, called Soped by the ancient Egyptians. This star
disappears behind the sun for seventy days, then reappears to announce
the
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annual Nile flood. Isis was thus identified with the waters of the
Inundation that bring dry, dead land back to life. When her husband, king
Osiris, was murdered, she found his decomposing body, bound it together
with linen strips, and used her magic to bring him back to life in a
limited way. Isis' name in Egyptian is Ast which refers to the throne of
the king, which she personifies. Besides performing the first
mummification, Isis was known for her ferocious dedication to her son,
Horus. She upheld his right to rule Egypt against the claims of her
powerful brother, Seth or Sutekh. With determination, cunning, and a
little
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magic, she was able to ensure that her son succeeded to the throne of his
father. The story of Isis and Osiris, a love story, a story of triumph
over
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death, and the victory of good and right over brute force, became the
most
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popular of Egyptian myths. Thousands of years after the last pyramids
were
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built, Cleopatra VII, the last great queen of Egypt, identified herself
with Isis, devoted wife and mother. The cult of Isis survived the
annexation of Egypt by the Roman empire, and remained a powerful religion
until the rise of Christianity and Islam.
Khnum: The full name of Khufu, builder of the Great Pyramid, was
Khnum-khufu - the god Khnum protects him. Khnum, as god of the Nile
cataract, controlled the annual inundation of Egypt. He is shown as a man
with the head of a ram, or as a ram. He creates human life by moulding
each
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of us on a potter's wheel. His role as creator may reflect the
procreative
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power and strength of the ram.
Maat: Goddess of order, truth, justice, and balance. As the daughter of
Atum or Re, she was one of the first forces in the created universe, and
helped to bring order out of chaos. Each Egyptian king was duty bound to
honour and promote order and justice.
Min: Male fertility god and protector of the mines in the Eastern desert.
He is one of the oldest attested Egyptian gods. He is shown as an
ithyphallic man with a crown of two plumes, his right arm raised to
support
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the royal flagellum.
Neith: Goddess of the North of Egypt, protector of the king. One of the
oldest attested Egyptian deities; her characteristic headgear became the
'red crown' of the kings of Egypt. From the dawn of history in Egypt,
powerful women formed their names with hers: Neith-hotep Neith is content
was the wife of Aha, first king of the First Dynasty; the wife of King
Djet, and mother of King Den was named Meret-Neith beloved of Neith.
Neith may have been originally a goddess of hunting, but warfare was also
in her sphere. She was a goddess of the living world, of power and
politics. Her emblem appears to be two arrows crossed behind a shield. In
early examples, though, the shield can clearly be seen to be two elaterid
or 'click' beetles, end to end, with arrows crossed behind them. Long
after
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the Pyramid Age, a story was written crediting her with the creation of
the
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universe.
Nekhbet: Vulture-goddess of Upper Egypt. Nekhbet is a mother goddess who
protects the king. She represents the White Crown of Upper Egypt, which
she
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sometimes wears. By the Fifth Dynasty, she became associated with royal
women; the king's great royal wife wears a vulture headdress.
Nephthys: Daughter of Nut and Geb, sister of Isis, Osiris and Seth. She
joined Isis in her search for the body of Osiris, and mourned over his
corpse with her. Her name means owner of the palace; she represents the
palace itself. A late legend makes her the mother of Anubis.
Nut: The personification of the sky. Nut is honoured as a mother goddess.
She was the wife of Geb, and daughter of Shu and Tefnut. her five
children
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are Osiris and Isis, Nephthys and Seth, and Horus the Elder.
Osiris: God of the Dead. Osiris is almost always depicted as a man
wrapped
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in mummy-cloths, his hands protruding from the wrappings to grasp
scepters,
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and a crown on his head. His face can be green, black, or gold. He is a
god
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of agriculture, for his death and resurrection are like those of a seed,
cast in to the dark earth, motionless. New life breaks through its husk
to
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push its way to the surface of the earth as a green shoot. Osiris came to
prominence in the Fifth Dynasty. He became one of the most important of
Egyptian gods because he symbolized the triumph of life over death. For
his story, see Horus and Isis. In early times, the dead King was
associated with Osiris, but in later times in Egypt, every person could
join Osiris in the Afterlife, where he ruled as King of the Underworld.
He
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judged the dead, and let no evil person enjoy the pleasures of eternal
life. Ptah: Ancient creator-god of Memphis. Ptah is shown as a man
wearing
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a skull-cap, dressed in a tight-fitting robe that may be mummy-wrappings.
His hands protrude from the wrappings to grasp scepters. He was the
patron
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of craftsmen. Re: The sun, king of the gods, creator god of Yunu
Heliopolis. Re has many forms, but often appears as a man with the head
of a hawk and a sun-disk which is encircled by a cobra. Over time, many
other gods were assimilated to him: such as Atum-Re, Amun-Re. Human
beings
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were created from the tears of Re. Renenutet: A mother-goddess often
shown
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with the head of a snake. Her name means ''the one who nurtures." She
attended births.
Sakhmet: The name of this goddess means the powerful one. She was the
daughter of the sun-god, Re, and the wife of Ptah. She is shown with the
head of a lioness and the body of a woman, suggesting her great force and
power, and her sometimes dangerous nature. She could both bring plagues
and
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protect people from them. In the Age of the Pyramids, Sakhmet was
sometimes
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shown embracing the king, breathing divine life into his nostrils.
Seth: God of the desert, storm, and chaos. Seth is a strong god whose
angry
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power is part of kingship. Later legends stress his murder of his brother
Osiris and his struggle with his nephew Horus over who should be king.
The
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ancient Egyptians believed that both the forces of Law and Order,
represented by Horus, and the power of chaos symbolized by Seth, were
necessary for kingship. Another way of spelling the name of this god is
Sutekh.
Shu: the god of air and light. He is the husband of Tefnut, and father of
Geb, grandfather of Osiris. His symbol is an ostrich feather. The pyramid
texts suggest that the clouds of the sky are his bones.
Sobek: Shown as a crocodile or a man with crocodile head, Sobek
symbolized
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swift action and violence, and in these aspects could be a god of
kingship.
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He was the son of Neith. Lakes, riverbanks, and swamps were his
particular
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haunts. Ancient Egyptians travelled the Nile for trade, fished in it, and
used its waters to irrigate their fields. The crocodiles who lived in the
water were a constant presence and danger.
Sokar: A hawk-god, he was the patron of the royal cemetery near Memphis.
it
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is called after him, Sakkara to this day.
Tefnut: Goddess of moisture. Daughter of Atum, wife of Shu. She is one of
the goddesses who can be called The Eye of Re. She can be shown as a
woman
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with the head of a lion.
Thoth: A moon god, who was also the god of scribes and writing. As god of
scribes, he is associated with justice and truth, and with conciliation.
As
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god of wisdom, he inspired scribes and priests, and presided over sacred,
secret, knowledge. His name in Ancient Egyptian may have sounded
something
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like Djehuty. He can be shown as a man with the head of an Ibis. The
powerful wings of this bird could carry a king over the celestial river
into the Afterlife. Thoth usually wears a crescent moon, supporting a
full
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moon-disk on his head. Perhaps the long beak of the Ibis reminded the
Egyptians of the crescent moon, and it's white and black feathers made
them
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think of the patterns on the moon. Two animals were especially sacred to
Thoth: the Ibis, and the Baboon. A baboon, sitting up straight, can be an
image of Thoth. In the Story of the Eye of Re, Thoth transformed himself
into a baboon to follow an angry goddess into Nubia, and told her stories
until she returned to Egypt.
Wadjet: Cobra goddess of Lower Egypt. She is one of the king's
protectors.
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It is she who rears up over his brow on the royal crowns and headdresses.
As the Uraeus, iaretThursday, January 13, 2000 in Egyptian she has the
power to blast the enemies of the king.
Fa Africa
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Hsien Se China
Hsi Ling-ssu[goddess] China
Hsi-shen China
Hsi Shih China
Hsi Wang Mu[goddess] China
Hsuan Wen-hua China
Hsu Ch'ang China
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Huang T'ing China
Huehueteotl Aztec
Hugi Norse
Hulka Devi[goddess] Hindu
Humban MidEast
Hunab Ku Maya
Hunahpu Maya
Hunin Norse
Hun Nal Maya
Huo Pu China
Hurakan Maya
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Hyacinthus Greek
Hyades[goddess] Greek
Hybla[goddess] Roman
Hybris[goddess] Greek
Hygieia[goddess] Greek
Hygieia[goddess] Roman
Hymen Greek
Hymen Roman
Hymir Norse
Hyperion Greek
Hypnos Greek
Hypsiple[goddess] Greek
Iambe[goddess] Greek
Ianthe[goddess] Greek
Iapetus Greek
Iarila[goddess] Russia
Iaso[goddess] Greek
Iaso[goddess] Roman
Ichneumon Egypt
Idas/Lyncaeus Greek
Idises[goddess] Germanic
Idliragijenget[goddess] Inuit
Idlirvirisong Eskimo
Idomeneus Greek
Idun[goddess] Norse
Iduna[goddess] Norse
Iku Africa/Nigeria
Ilankaka[goddess] Africa
Ilia[goddess] Roman
Ilithyia[goddess] Greek
Ilmarinen Celtic
Imana Africa
'Imoa[goddess] Polynesia
Incubus Medieval
Inari Japan
Indra India
Ingridi[goddess] Australia
Innana[goddess] Sumeria
Intercidona[goddess] Roman
Interduca[goddess] Roman
Invidia[goddess] Greek
Inyx[goddess] Greek
Io[goddess] Greek
Io Oceania
Iole[goddess] Greek
Ioskeha Iroquois
Ipalnemohuani Aztec
Iphigenia[goddess] Greek
Iphimedeia[goddess] Greek
Iphito[goddess] Greek Amazon
Iphis Greek
Iris[goddess] Greek
Irus Greek
Iruwa Africa/Kenya
Ishkur Mesopotamia
Ishtar[goddess] Babylonian
Ismene[goddess] Greek
Isten Hungary
Ite[goddess] Oglala
Ithm[goddess] Canaan
Ixion Greek
Izanagi and [goddess] Izanami Japan
Jabme-akka[goddess] Norse
Jagganath Hindu
Jamshid Jamshyd Persia
Jana[goddess] Roman
Ja-neb[?][goddess] Russia
Janus Roman
Jarina[goddess] Brazil
Jedza[goddess] Russia
Jen An China
Jocasta[goddess] Greek
Jormungandr Norse
Jotunheim Norse
Jubbu-jang-sangne[goddess] Brazil
Judur[goddess] Norse
Juga[goddess] Roman
Julana Australia
Julunggul[goddess] Australia
Jumala Finland
Junkgowa[goddess] Australia
Juno[goddess] Roman
Juok Shilluk/Africa
Jupiter Roman
Jurojin Japan
Justitia[goddess] Roman
Juturna[goddess] Roman
Juventas[goddess] Roman
Jyeshtha[goddess] Hindu
Kabta Sumeria
Kadi[goddess] Assyria
Kagutsuchi Japan
Kajsa[goddess] Norse
Kaldas[goddess] Russia
Kali[goddess] India
Kalma[goddess] Finland
Kalma[goddess] Finland
Kaltes[goddess] Russia
Kamado-no-kami Shinto/Japan
Kami Japan
Kamrusepas Hittite
Kanaloa Hawaii
Kanati Cherokee
Kane Hawaii
Kapo[goddess] Oceania
Kara[goddess] Norse
Karora Australia
Karttikeya Japan
Katsinas Acoma
Kava Oceania
Kawa-No-Kami Japan
Kaya-Nu-Hima[goddess] Japan
Keng Yen-cheng China
Keretkun Russia
Kerres[goddess] Roman
Ketq Skwaye[goddess] Huron
Khadau Russia
Khonvum Africa
Khursun Iran
Kibuka Dinka/Africa
Kiki[goddess] Babylonia
Kingu Babylonia
King Wan China
Kinich Ahau Maya
Kinich Kakmo Maya
Kintu Dinka/Africa
Kishijoten[goddess] Japan
Kishi-Mojin[goddess] Buddhism/Japan
Klotes[goddess] Greek
Ko Hsien-Weng China
Kolga Norse
Kolias[goddess] Greek
Komodia[goddess] Greek
Konori Oceania
Kolpia Mideast
Kore[goddess] Greek
Kornjunfer Germanic
Koros[goddess] Greek
Kostrubonko Russia
Kothar-u-Khasis[goddess] Canaan
Kouei China
Kovas Lithuania
Kratesis[goddess] Greek
Krishna Hindu
Krtya[goddess] Hindu
Krumine Lithuania
Ku Oceania
Kuan Ti China
Kubera Hindu
Kubjika[goddess] Hindu
Kuei-ku Tzu China
Kuklikimoku Polynesia
Kulsu[goddess] Roman
Kun Aymara
Kunitokotatchi Shinto/Japan
Kuo Tzu-i China
Kupala[goddess] Slavic
Kupalo[goddess] Russia
Kvasir Norse
Lachesis[goddess] Greek
Lactura[goddess] Greek
Ladon Greek
Laelaps Greek
Laertes Greek
Laestrygones Greek
Laga[goddess] Norse
Lahar[goddess] Babylonian
Lai Cho China
La'idamlulum Kule[goddess]
Laka[goddess] Hawaii
Lakshmi[goddess] Hindu
Lalal[goddess] Roman
Lamastu Mideast
Lamia Greek
Lampus Greek
Laodamia[goddess] Greek
Lao Lang China
Lara[goddess] Roman
Lares Roman
Larunda[goddess] Roman
Lasa[goddess] Roman
Lasa-Rakuneta[goddess] Roman
Latinus[goddess] Roman
Latis[goddess] Britain
Laulaati Oceania
Laverna[goddess] Roman
Lavinia[goddess] Roman
Leda[goddess] Greek
Legba Dahomey/Africa
Leib-Olmai Lapland
Leiriope[goddess] Greek
Lei Kung China
Lei Tsu China
L'etsa'aplelana[goddess] Bella Coola
Lemurs Roman
Lennaxidaq[goddess]
Leshy Slavonic
Le-tkakawash[goddess]
Leto[goddess] Greek
Leucothea[goddess] Greek
Lia[goddess] Australia
Libanza Africa
Libentina[goddess] Roman
Liber Roman
Libera[goddess] Roman
Liberalitas Roman
Libertas[goddess] Roman
Libitina[goddess] Roman
Lif and Lifthrasir[goddess] Norse
Lignaco Dex[goddess] Roman
Li Lao-chun China
Limentina Roman
Lina[goddess] Greek
Linda[goddess] Norse
Lipse[goddess] Greek
Lir Gaelic
Li T'ien China
Lituolone Africa
Liu Meng China
Liu Pei China
Lleu Wales
Loa[goddess] Haiti
Lofn[goddess] Norse
Loha[goddess]
Lohasur Devi India
Loki Norse
Loko Yoruba/Africa
Lono Hawaii
Loo-wit[goddess]
Lorelei[goddess] Germanic
Lo Shen[goddess] China
Losna[goddess] Roman
Lo-Tsu Ta-Hsien China
Lo Yu China
Lua[goddess] Roman
Luandinha[goddess] Brazil
Luchtaine Celtic
Lucifera[goddess] Roman
Lucina[goddess] Roman
Ludd Britain
Lu Hsing China
Lufn[goddess] Norse
Lugh Celtic
Luna[goddess] Roman
Lung Yen China
Luonnotar[goddess] Norse
Lupa[goddess] Roman
Lu-pan China
Luperca[goddess] Roman
Lupercus Roman
Lupi Aymara
Lutinus Roman
Lyco[goddess] Greek
Lycos Greek
Lymnades Greek
Lympha[goddess] Roman
Lynceus Greek
Maan-emo[goddess] Norse
Mabon Celtic
Macaw Woman[goddess] Maya
Mac Da Tho Irish
Macha[goddess] Irish
Machaon Greek
Macris[goddess] Greek
Macuilxochitl Aztec/Mixtec
Madalait[goddess] Australia
Madder-Akka[goddess] Lapland
Magna Mater[goddess] Roman
Magni Norse
Mahiuki Oceania
Mahucutah Maya
Maia[goddess] Roman
Maia[goddess] Greek
Maina Luyia/Africa
Majestas Roman
Makara[goddess] Australia
MakeMake Oceania
Ma-Ku[goddess] China
Malophoros[goddess] Greek
Mambo Lovedu/Africa
Mana[goddess] Roman
Manannan mac Lir Celtic
Manasha[goddess] Hindu
Manco Capac Inca
Manes Roman
Mang Chin-i[goddess] China
Mang Shen China
Mani Scandinavian
Mania[goddess] Roman
Manticore Persia
Manu Hindu
Mao Meng China
Marduk Babylonian
Mari[goddess] MidEast
Marica[goddess] Roman
Marici[goddess] Japan
Marina Slavic
Marjatta[goddess] Norse
Marpessa[goddess] Greek
Marruni Melanesia
Mars Roman
Marsyas Greek
Marwe[goddess] Chaga/Africa
Marzana Poland
Masauwu Hopi
Massim Biambe Congo/Africa
Matergabiae Lithuania
Mater Matuta[goddess] Roman
Math ap Mathonwy Wales
Mati Syra Zemlya[goddess] Slavonic
Matrona[goddess] Celtic
Matrona[goddess] Roman
Maui Oceania
Mawu-Lisa Dahomey/Africa
Maya[goddess] Hindu
Mayahuel[goddess] Maya
Mayavel Hindu
Mboze[goddess] Africa
Mebeli[goddess] Congo/Africa
Medb[goddess] Irish
Medea[goddess] Greek
Medeine Lithuania
Meditrina[goddess] Roman
Medusa[goddess] Greek
Megaera[goddess] Greek
Mehturt[goddess] Egypt
Meiboia[goddess] Greek
Meilichia[goddess] Greek
Melampus Greek
Melanius Greek
Meleager Greek
Melgart Canaan
Melinoe[goddess] Greek
Melissa[goddess] Greek
Mellona[goddess] Roman
Melobosis[goddess] Greek
Melpomene[goddess] Greek
Melu Oceania
Memnon Greek
Menalippe[goddess] Greek
Menehune Oceania
Menelaus Greek
Meni MidEast
Mens[goddess] Roman
Men Shen China
Menthu Egypt
Mentor Greek
Menu Menulis Baltic
Mephitis[goddess] Roman
Mercury Roman
Mermaid Ancient
Merodach MidEast
Merope[goddess] Greek
Meru Hindu
Meshkent[goddess] Egypt
Meskhenet[goddess] Egypt
Messia[goddess] Roman
Metis[goddess] Greek
Metra[goddess] Greek
Metsarhatija[goddess] Finland
Miao Hu China
Mida[goddess] Greek
Midas Greek
Mider Celtic
Midgard Scandinavian
Mi-lo Fo China
Mimir Norse
Mimir Norse
Mimir's Head Norse
Min Egypt
Minepa Macoua/Africa
Minerva Roman
Ming Shang China
Minnehaha[goddess] Blackfoot
Minos Greek
Minotaur Greek
Mir-susne-khun Russia
Miseria[goddess] Roman
Misor MidEast
Mithra India
Mlakukh[goddess] Roman
Mnemosyne[goddess] Greek
Modgud[goddess] Norse
Modron[goddess] Wales
Moeuhane Oceania
Mogons Britain
Moirae[goddess] Greek
Mokkuralfi Norse
Molae, The[goddess] Roman
Moloch Canaan
Molpadia[goddess] Greek Amazon
Molpadia[goddess] Greek
Momu[goddess] Scotland
Momus Greek
Moneta[goddess] Roman
Monju-Bosatsu Japan
Moombi[goddess] Kikuyu/Africa
Mor Celtic
Mors Roman
Morgen[goddess] Celtic
Mormo[goddess] Greek
Moros Greek
Morpheus Greek
Morrigan[goddess] Celtic
Morta[goddess] Roman
Mot Phoenician
Mothir[goddess] Norse
Mukasa Buganda/Africa
Mulhhalmoni[goddess] Korea
Muliebris[goddess] Roman
Mulungu East Africa
Muluku Macoua/Africa
Munin Norse
Munthukh[goddess] Roman
Muses[goddess] Greek
Mushdama Mesopotamia
Muspelheim Norse
Muta[goddess] Roman
Mwambu Luyia/Africa
Myesyats Slavonic
Mylitta[goddess] Babylonian
Myrddin Celtic
Myrmidons Greek
Myrrha[goddess] Greek
Mystis[goddess] Greek
Naamah[goddess] Canaan
Nabu Babylonian
Nabudi[goddess] Australia
Naenia[goddess] Roman
Nagas Hindu
Naiads[goddess] Greek
Nai-No-Kami Japan
Nairyosangha Iran
Nambi[goddess] Buganda/Africa
Nammu[goddess] Sumeria
Namtar Babylonian
Namtaru Assyria
Nana Buluku[goddess] Fon/Africa
Nanan-Bouclou Africa
Nan-chi Hsien-weng China
Nanna Sumeria
Nanna[goddess] Norse
Nantosuelta[goddess] Gaul
Naoise Irish
Napaea, The[goddess] Greek
Naraka Hindu
Narcissus Greek
Nascio[goddess] Roman
Nastasija[goddess] Russia
Nastrand Norse
Nausicaa[goddess] Greek
Nausithoe[goddess] Greek
Ndauthina Fiji
Neaera[goddess] Greek
Nebo MidEast
Neb-Ti[goddess] Egypt
Necessitas[goddess] Roman
Nectar Greek
Neda[goddess] Greek
Nehalennia[goddess] Gaul
Nehallenia[goddess] Holland
Nelaima[goddess] Russia
Nemain Celtic
Nemea[goddess] Greek
Nemean Lion Greek
Nemesis[goddess] Greek
Nemetoma[goddess] Celtic
Nemon[goddess] Celtic
Neptune Roman
Nereids[goddess] Greek
Nereus Greek
Nergal Babylonian
Nerine[goddess] Roman
Nerio[goddess] Roman
Nesaru /Arikara
Ne Te-reere[goddess] Micronesia
Nevinbimbaau Melanesia
Ng ai Masai/Africa
Ngendei Oceania
Nicothoe[goddess] Greek
Nidaba[goddess] Sumeria
Nidhogg Norse
Nidhogg Norse
Niflheim Norse
Nike[goddess] Greek
Nikta[goddess] Greek
Ninhursag or Nintu[goddess] Sumerian
Ninlil Sumeria
Ninsar[goddess] Sumeria
Nintur[goddess] Babylonia
Ninurta Sumeria
Ni-O Buddhist
Niobe[goddess] Greek
Nirriti[goddess] Hindu
Nishanu /Arikara
Nissa[goddess] Greek
Niu Wang China
Nobu Oceania
Nodens Britain
No-Il Ja-Dae[goddess] Korea
Nona[goddess] Roman
Norov Russia
Nortia[goddess] Roman
Notos Greek
Nott[goddess] Norse
Nox[goddess] Roman
Nuada Celtic
Nu-kua[goddess] China
Numeria[goddess] Roman
Numina Roman
Numi-tarem Russia
Nundina[goddess] Roman
Nu Wa[goddess] China
Nyambe Western Tropics/Africa
Nyankopon Ashanti/Africa
Nyasaye Africa
Nyia Slavic
Nymphs[demi-goddess] Greek
Nyx[goddess] Greek
Nzame Africa
Oberon Britain
Oboto[goddess] Africa
Oceanides, The[goddess] Greek
Oceanus Greek
Ocypete[goddess] Greek
Oddudua[goddess] Puerto Rico
Odin Norse
Odudua-Orishala Yoruba/Africa
Odyne[goddess] Greek
Odysseus Greek
Oedipus Greek
Oenghus Irish
Oeno Greek
Oenone[goddess] Greek
Ogmios Celtic
Ogoun Haiti
Ogun Yoruba/Africa
Ogyrvran Celtic
Oisin Irish
Oklatabashin Choctaw
O-Kuni-Nushi Japan
Olokum[goddess] West Indies
Olokun Yoruba/Africa
Olorun Yoruba/Africa
Olosa[goddess] Puerto Rico
Olympians Greek
Omoigane Japan
Omphale[goddess] Greek OR
Onagh Celtic
Oncaea[goddess] Greek
Oneroi Greek
Ophion Greek
Ophiuchus Greek
Ophthalmitis[goddess] Greek
Opigena[goddess] Roman
Ops[goddess] Roman
Ora[goddess] Russia
Orbona[goddess] Roman
Orestes Greek
Orion Greek
Orisha Nla Yoruba/Africa
Ornis Greek
Oro Oceania
Orpheus Greek
Orseis[goddess] Greek
Orunmila Yoruba/Africa
Osanyin Africa
Oshe Yoruba/Africa
Oshun[goddess] West Indies
Osiris Egypt
Ossa[goddess] Greek
Osun[goddess] Africa
Ot[goddess] Russia
Otrere[goddess] Greek Amazon
Ottar Norse
Outgard Norse
Ove Oceania
Oya[goddess] Africa
Oya[goddess] West Indies
Pa[goddess] China
Pa[goddess] Canaan
Pa Cha[goddess] China
Paen Greek
Pai Chung China
Pai Liu-Fang China
Paiowa[goddess] Yana
Pai Yu China
Paka'a Oceania
Palamedes Greek
Palato[goddess] Roman
Pales[goddess] Roman
Pallas[goddess] Greek
Pallor[goddess] Roman
Palpinkalare[goddess] Australia
Pamphile[goddess] Greek
Pan Greek
Pana[goddess] Inuit
Panacea[goddess] Greek
Panacea[goddess] Roman
Panatis[goddess] Greek
P'an-Chin-Lien[goddess] China
Pandia[goddess] Greek
Pandora[goddess] Greek
Pandrosos[goddess] Greek
P'an Niang[goddess] China
Panope[goddess] Greek
Pao Yuan-ch'uan China
Papa[goddess] Hawaii
Papa[goddess] Maori
Parashurama Hindu
Parca[goddess] Roman
Paregoros[goddess] Greek
Parjanya Hindu
Parmaceia[goddess] Greek
Parnassides, The[goddess] Greek
Parthenope[goddess] Roman
Partholon Irish
Parvati[goddess] Hindu
Pasht[goddess] Egypt
Pasiphae[goddess] Greek
Patella[goddess] Roman
Patollo Baltic
Patrimpas Lithuania
Patroclus Greek
Paurnamasi[goddess] Hindu
Pax[goddess] Roman
Pazuzu Babylonia
Pecunia[goddess] Roman
Peitho[goddess] Greek
Pekko Finland
Pele[goddess] Polynesia
Pelonia[goddess] Roman
Penates Roman
Penelope[goddess] Greek
Penia[goddess] Greek
Penthus Greek
Pereplut[goddess] Slavic
Peri Persia
Perkuno Baltic
Persephone[goddess] Greek
Perseus Greek
Pertunda[goddess] Roman
Perun Slavic
Phaea[goddess] Greek
Phaedra[goddess] Greek
Phan Ku China
Phantasos Greek
Phebele Congo/Africa
Pheme Greek
Phemonoe[goddess] Greek
Philemon Roman
Philoctetes Greek
Philotes[goddess] Greek
Phobetus Greek
Phobus Greek
Phoebe[goddess] Greek
Phorcys Greek
Phospherus Greek
Phthonus Greek
Physis[goddess] Greek
Phytalus[goddess] Greek
Phytia[goddess] Greek
P'i Chia-Ma China
Picus Roman
Pien Ho Hindu
Pietas[goddess] Roman
Pikuolis Lithuania
Pilnytis Lithuania
Piluitus[goddess] Russia
Pipleia[goddess] Greek
Pithys[goddess] Greek
Pleiades[goddess] Greek
Ploto[goddess] Greek
Pluto Roman
Plutus Greek
Poena[goddess] Roman
Poene[goddess] Greek
Polyhymnia[goddess] Greek
Polynices Greek
Polyphemus Greek
Polyxena[goddess] Greek
Pomona[goddess] Roman
Portunus Roman
Porus Roman
Poseidon Greek
Poshjo-akka[goddess] Scandinavian
Postvorta[goddess] Roman
Pothos Greek
Potina Roman
Potrimpo Baltic
Po Yan Dari[goddess] Cambodia
Prajapati India
Praxidice[goddess] Greek
Praxidike[goddess] Roman
Priam Greek
Priapus Greek
Priapus Roman
Prithivi[goddess] Hindu
Procrustes Greek
Prometheus Greek
Proserpina[goddess] Roman
Prosymna[goddess] Greek
Proteus Greek
Protogenia[goddess] Greek
Protogonus Greek
Psamathe[goddess] Greek
Psyche[goddess] Roman
Ptah Egypt
Puchan Asian
Pudicitia[goddess] Roman
Pudicitia[goddess] Greek
Pukkeenegak[goddess] Eskimo
Purandhi[goddess] India
Purusha Hindu
Puskaitis Lithuania
Puta[goddess] Roman
Pwyll Celtic
Pygmalion Greek
Pygmies Greek
Pyrene[goddess] Greek
Pyrrha[goddess] Greek
Python Greek
Qadshu[goddess] Syria
Qakma[goddess] Bella Coola
Qetesh[goddess] Egypt
Quan Yin[goddess] China
Quat Melanesia
Quetzalcoatl Aztec
Quies[goddess] Roman
Quirinus Roman
Quiritis[goddess] Roman
Quootis-hooi[goddess] Chinook
Radha[goddess] Hindu
Ragno[goddess] Hopi
Raiden Japan
Rainha Barba[goddess] Brazil/Belem
Raksava India
Rakshas India
Rama Hindu
Ran[goddess] Norse
Rana Nedia[goddess] Lapland
Rangi Maori
Ranno Egypt
Rapithwin Persia
Rashnu Iran
Rati[goddess] Hindu
Rati[goddess] Bali
Rati-mbati-ndua Oceania
Ratri[goddess] Hindu/Vedic
Ratu-Mai-Mbula Fiji
Rauni[goddess] Finland
Renenet[goddess] Egypt
Resheph Mikal Phoenician
Rhacius Greek
Rhadamanthys Greek
Rhaecus Greek
Rhea[goddess] Greek
Rhea Silvia[goddess] Roman
Rhene[goddess] Greek
Rhesus Greek
Rhiannon[goddess] Wales
Rhode[goddess] Greek
Rhodope[goddess] Greek
Rhodopis[goddess] Greek
Rhodos[goddess] Greek
Rhoecus Greek
Rhoetus Greek
Rigosamos Celtic
Rimmon MidEast
Rind[goddess] Germanic
Ripheus Greek
Robigo[goddess] Roman
Robigus Roman
Rod Slavic
Rodasi[goddess] Hindu/Vedic
Roma[goddess] Roman
Romulus and Remus Roman
Rongo Maori
Roskva[goddess] Norse
Rosmerta Gaul
Rota[goddess] Scandinavian
Rua Tahiti
Ruahatu Oceania
Rudra Hindu
Rudrani[goddess] India
Rugaba Africa/Uganda
Rugiviet Slavic
Rukko[goddess] Mandan
Rultennin Russian
Rumia Dea[goddess] Roman
Rumina[goddess] Roman
Rumina[goddess] India
Rumor[goddess] Greek OR
Rumor Greek
Runcina[goddess] Roman
Rusalki[goddess] Slavonic/Russian
Rusina[goddess] Roman
Sabazius Greek
Sadarnuna[goddess] Sumeria
Sadb Celtic
Saga[goddess] Norse
Sagbata Dahomey/Africa
Salacia[goddess] Roman
Salamis[goddess] Greek
Salmacis[goddess] Greek
Salmaone[goddess] Greek
Salmoneus Greek
Salus[goddess] Roman
Samantha-Bhadra[goddess] Tibet
Samon Greek
Samundra[goddess] India
Sanape[goddess] Greek
Sangarius Greek
Sang-rgyas-mkhá[goddess] Tibet
Saning Sri[goddess] Java
Sanjna[goddess] Hindu
San Kuan China
Sao[goddess] Greek
Sao-ch'ing Niang[goddess] China
Saoshyant Iran
Sapentia[goddess] Roman
Sappho[goddess] Greek
Sarasvati[goddess] India
Sargon Mesopotamia
Sarpedon Greek
Sarudahiko China
Sati[goddess] Hindu
Sati Satis, Satet[goddess] Egypt
Saturn Roman
Satyr Greek
Satyrs Greek
Saule[goddess] Baltic
Saurus Greek
Savitar India
Scabies[goddess] Roman
Scamander Greek
Scamandrius Greek
Schedius Greek
Schoeneus Greek
Sciapodes Greek
Sciron Greek
Scotia[goddess] Greek
Scylla and Charybdis[goddess] Greek
Scythes Greek
Sebek Egypt
Secia[goddess] Roman
Sedna[goddess] Eskimo
Segetia Seja[goddess] Roman
Seker Egypt
Sekhet[goddess] Egypt
Sekhmet[goddess] Egypt
Selene[goddess] Greek
Selinus Greek
Selket[goddess] Egypt
Selu[goddess] Cherokee
Semargl Slavic
Semele[goddess] Greek
Semiramis[goddess] Greek
Senecta[goddess] Greek
Sengdroma[goddess] Tibet
Sentia Roman
Sequona[goddess] Celtic
Serapis Egypt
Serestus Greek
Sergestus Greek
Serket Egypt
Seshat[goddess] Egypt
Sessrumnir Germanic
Set Egypt
Seth Egypt
Setekh Egypt
Sgeg-mo-ma[goddess] Tibet
Shagpona Yoruba/Africa
Shahar Canaan
Shai Egypt
Shakuru Pawnee
Shalim Canaan
Shamish Babylonian
Shang Chien China
Shango Yoruba/Africa
Shang Ti China
Shapshu[goddess] Canaan
Shashti[goddess] Hindu
She chi China
Sheger Canaan
Sheng Mu[goddess] China
Shen Hsui-Chih China
Shen Nung China
Shih Liang China
Shilup Chito Osh Choctaw
Shine-Tsu-Hiko Japan
Shiu Fang China
Shony Celtic
Shoten Japan
Shou-lao China
Shu and Tefnut Egypt
Shun I Fu-jen[goddess] China
Shuzanghu India
Si[goddess] Peru
Sibyls[goddess] Greek
Siden[goddess] Greek
Sidero[goddess] Greek
Sien-Tsang[goddess] China
Sif[goddess] Norse
Sigfried Sigurd Norse
Signy[goddess] Norse
Sigurd Germanic
Sigyn[goddess] Germanic
Silenus Greek
Silenus Greek
Silvanus Roman
Sin Babylonian
Sinis Greek
Sinon Greek
Sinope[goddess] Greek
Sio Humis Hopi
Sirêne[goddess] Haiti
Sirens, The[goddess] Greek
Siris[goddess] Babylonian
Sirona[goddess] Gaul
Sisyphus Greek
Sitala Shatala[goddess] Hindu
Sithon Greek
Siva Shiva India/Hindu
Sjofn[goddess] Norse
Skadi Skade[goddess] Norse
Skanda Hindu
Skidbladnir Norse
Skirnir Norse
Skuld[goddess] Scandinavia
Sleipnir Norse
Smotef Egypt
Smyrna Myrrh[goddess] Greek
Snotra[goddess] Norse
Snouf Egypt
Sobek Egypt
Sol Roman
Solois Greek
Soma India or
Soma Asian
Somnus Roman
Sopatrus Greek
Sophax Greek
Sophrosyne[goddess] Greek
Sopona Yoruba/Africa
Soteira[goddess] Greek
Sottef Egypt
Souconna[goddess] Celtic
Sparta[goddess] Greek
Speio[goddess] Greek
Spercheius Greek
Spermo Greek
Sphinx Egypt/Greek
Sraddha[goddess] Hindu
Sraosha Iran
Sreng Celtic
Ssu-ma Hsiang-ju China
Staphylus Greek
Stentor Greek
Sterope[goddess] Greek
Stheneboea[goddess] Greek
Sthenelus Greek
Stilbe[goddess] Greek
Strenia[goddess] Roman
Strenua[goddess] Roman
Stribog Slavic
Strymo[goddess] Greek
Strymon Greek
Stymphalian Birds Greek
Styx[goddess] Greek
Suada Roman
Sualtam Celtic
Succubus Medieval
Sucellus Gaul
Sudjaje Slavic
Sulis[goddess] Britain
Summanus Roman
Sung-Chiang China
Sunna[goddess] Norse
Sun-Pin China
Sunrta[goddess] Hindu
Sun Ssu-miao China
Supai Inca
Sura[goddess] India
Surabhi[goddess] India
Surtr Norse
Surya Hindu
Susa-no-wo Japan
Svantovit Slavic
Svarazic Slavic
Svasti-devi[goddess] Hindu
Samon Greek
Syleus[goddess] Greek
Sylvanus Roman
Syme[goddess] Greek
Syn[goddess] Norse
Syrinx[goddess] Greek
Syrus Greek
Ta'aroa Tahiti
Taautos Phoenicia
Tabliope Greek
Tages Roman
Tagni Roman
Tailtiu Celtic
Tajika-no-mikoto Japan
Talaus Greek
Talos Talus Greek
Talthybius Greek
Talus Greek
Tammuz Babylonian
Tamakaia Oceania
Tana Roman
Tanagra Greek
Tan Chu China
Tane Oceania
Tane Maori
Tanemahuta Polynesian
Tangaroa Polynesian
Tangaroa Maori
T'ang Ming Huang China
Tanit Roman
Tanit Canaan
Tankun Korean
Tano Togo/Africa
Tantalus Greek
Tanus Roman
Tao Kung China
Taphius Greek
Tapio Russia
Taranis Gaul
Tarhuhyiawahku /Iroquois
Tarpeia Roman
Tarquinius Priscus Roman
Tarquinius Superbus Roman
Tartarus Greek
Taru MidEast
Tasimmet Hittite
Tauret Egypt
Tawa /Pueblo
Tawhaki Oceania
Tawiri-ma-tea Maori
Tawiscara
Taygeta Greek
Taygete Greek
Tch'e-yeou China
Teashub Anatolia
Tecciztecatl Aztec
Techne Greek
Tecmessa Greek
Tefnut Egypt
Tekkeitserto /Eskimo
Telamon Greek
Telamos Greek
Telchines Greek
Telecleia Greek
Teledamos Greek
Teledice Greek
Telegonus Greek
Telemachus Greek
Telephassa Greek
Telephus Greek
Telepinu Hittite
Teles Greek
Telesphorus Greek
Telesphorus Roman
Telesto Greek
Telete Greek
Tellus Mater Roman
Telphusa Greek
Telphusia Greek
Tempestates Roman
Tengri Mongolia
Tengu Japan
Teoyaomqui Aztec
Tepeyollotl Aztec
Tepoztecatl Aztec
Tereus Greek
Terminus Roman
Terpsichore Greek
Tesana Roman
Tethys Greek
Teucer Greek
Teutates Celtic
Tezcatlipoca Aztec
Thalassa Greek
Thaleja Greek
Thalia Greek
Thallo Greek
Thalna Roman
Thamyris Greek
Thanatos Greek
Thaumas Greek
Theban Pantheon Egypt
Thebe Greek
Theia Greek
Theisoa Greek
Thelchtereia Greek
Thelxiepeia Greek
Themis Greek
Themisto Greek
Themisto Greek
Theophane Greek
Therimachos Greek
Thermia Roman
Thersites Greek
Theseus Greek
Thespius Greek
Thessalos Greek
Thetis Greek
Thiassi Norse
Thoë Greek
Thoeë Greek
Thokk Norse
Tho-og Tibet
Thoon Greek
Thoosa Greek
Thor Norse
Thoth Egypt
Thrasymedes Greek
Thriae Greek
Thrud Germanic
Thrym Germanic
Thunderbird
Thunderbolt Multi
Thunor Germanic
Thyestes Greek
Thyia Greek
Thyrsus Greek
Tiamat Babylonian
Tiberinus Roman
Tieholtsodi /Navajo
T'ien Fei China
Tien Mu China
Tiki Oceania
Tilo Mozambique/Africa
Tinia Roman
Tinirau Polynesia
Tiphys Greek
Tirawa Atius /Pawnee
Tiresias Greek
Tishtrya Iran
Tisiphone Greek
Titanides, The Greek
Titanis Greek
Titans Greek
Tithonus Greek
Tityus Greek
Tiwaz Germanic
Tlaloc Aztec
Tlazolteotl Aztec
Tñairgin Russia
Tobadzistsini /Navajo
Tohil Maya
Tokoloshi Africa
Tomituka Australia
Tonantzin Aztec
Tonatiuh /Nahuatl
To'nenile /Navajo
Top&eacutetine Peru
Torone Greek
Tozi Aztec
Triglav Slavonic
Triton Greek
Tritopatores Greek
Trivia Roman
Troll Iceland
True Jaguar Maya
Tsai Shen China
Ts'an Nu China
Ts'ang Chien China
Tsao Chun China
Tsao-Wang China
Tsehub MidEast
Tsentsa /Huron
T'shai-Shen China
Tsichtinako /Acoma
Tsilah Haiti
Tsohanoai /Navajo
Tsuki-yomi Japan
Tu Oceania
Tu Maori
Tuatha Dé Danann Celtic
Tuchulcha Roman
Tuetatesa Gaul
Tuli Oceania
Tulsi India
Tung Chun China
T'ung Chung-chung China
T'ung Lai-yu China
Tung Lu China
T'ung Ming China
Tunkan Ingan /Dakota
Tuoni Finland
Turan Roman/Etruscan
Turi-a-faumea Polynesia
Tursa Roman
Tuulikki Finland
Tvashtar Hindu
Tyche Greek
Tylwyth Celtic
Typhon Greek
Tyr Norse
Tzu-ku China
Ua[goddess] Egypt
Uadjet[goddess] Egypt
Uat[goddess] Egypt
Udjat Egypt
Ucalegon Greek
Uchtsiti American Indian
Udaios Greek
Ui Tongo[goddess] Tibet
Uitzilopochtli Aztec
Uka no Mitanna[goddess] Japan
Uke-mochi[goddess] Japan
Ukko Finland
Ukupanipo Hawaii
Ulgen Siberia
Ull Norse
Ulysses Greek
Uma[goddess] Hindu
Umbria Roman
Umi nal-gami[goddess] Okinawa
Umm s-Subyan[goddess] Egypt
Umvelinqangi Zulu/Africa
Unen-em-hetep[goddess] Egypt
Ungamilia[goddess] Australia
Unkulunkulu Africa
Uni[goddess] Roman
Unxia[goddess] Roman
Urania[goddess] Greek
Uranus Greek
Urd[goddess] Scandinavia
Urien Celtic
Urjani[goddess] Hindu
Ursule[goddess] Haiti
Urt-hekau[goddess] Egypt
Ushas[goddess] India
Uso-Dori[goddess] Japan
Utgard Norse
Uther Pendragon Celtic
Utixo Africa
Utnapishtim Babylonian
Utu Sumerian
Uzume[goddess] Japan
Vach[goddess] Hindu
Vacuna[goddess] Roman
Vahagn Armenia
Valeria[goddess] Roman
Valetudo Roman
Vali Norse
Vanir Norse
Vanth[goddess] Roman
Var[goddess] Norse
Varuna Hindu
Vata India
Vaticanus Roman
Vayu Hindu
Veiovis Roman
Veles Russia
Venilia[goddess] Roman
Venus[goddess] Roman
Vergiliae, The[goddess] Roman
Veritas[goddess] Roman
Verplaca[goddess] Roman
Venticordia[goddess] Roman
Vertumnus Roman
Vesna Slavic
Vesta[goddess] Roman
Victoria[goddess] Roman
Vidar Norse
Vierge[goddess] Haiti
Viracocha Inca
Virbius Roman
Virginia[goddess] Roman
Virgo Virginensis[goddess] Roman
Virilis[goddess] Roman
Virtus[goddess] Roman
Vishnu Hindu
Vishvakarman Hindu
Visvamitra India
Vitiris Britain
Vivasvat India
Volturnus Roman
Volumna[goddess] Roman
Voluptas[goddess] Roman
Vor[goddess] Norse
Vritra India
Vulcan Roman Wa[goddess] China
Waghai Devi[goddess] India
Wahini-Hal[goddess] Polynesia
Wah-Kah-Nee[goddess] AmerIndian
Wak Africa
Wakahirume[goddess] Japan
Wakan-Tanka AmerIndian
Waldmichen[goddess] Germanic
Walo[goddess] Australia
Walutahanga[goddess] Melanesia
Wamara Africa
Wang Ta-hsien China
Wang-Mu-Niang-Niang[goddess] China
Wantu Su Africa
Waramurungundi[goddess] Australia
Wari-Ma-Te-Takere[goddess] Polynesia
Wati Australia
Wave Maidens[goddess] Scandinavia
Wawalag Sisters[goddess] Australia
Weiwobo[goddess] China
Wele Africa
Wen-ch'ang China
Were Africa
Whaitiri[goddess] Polynesia
White Buffalo Woman[goddess] AmerIndian
Wigan[goddess] Philippines
Windigo AmerIndian
Winonah[goddess] AmerIndian
Wisagatcak American Indian
Wodan Germanic
Woto Africa
Wuluwaid Australia
Wuragag Australia
Wuriupranili[goddess] Australia
Wurrunna Australia
Wurusemu[goddess] Hittite
Wu-tai Yuan-shuai China
Xanthippe[goddess] Greek
Xantho[goddess] Greek
Xanthus Xanthos Greek
Xatel-Ekwa[goddess] Hungary
Xenia[goddess] Greek
Xenodamos Greek
Xenodike[goddess] Greek
Xeviosou Africa
Xibalba Maya
Xi Hou[goddess] China
Xilonen[goddess] Aztec
Xipe Totec Aztec
Xiuhtecuhtli Aztec
Xi Wangmu[goddess] China
Xiu Wenyin[goddess] China
Xmucane[goddess] Maya
Xochipili Aztec
Xochiquetzal[goddess] Aztec
Xoli-Kaltes[goddess] Hungary
Xolotl Aztec
Xpiyacoc Maya
Xpuch and Xtah[goddess] Maya
Xuthus Greek
Yabme-Akka[goddess] Scandinavian
Yacatecuhtli Aztec
Yainato-Hnneno-Mikoi[goddess] Japan
Yaluk Maya
Yam Canaan
Yama Hindu
Yama-no-kami[goddess] Japan
Yama-no-karni[goddess] Japan
Yamm Ugarit
Yangombi Africa
Yanwang China
Yaoji[goddess] China
Yaotl Aztec
Yaparamma[goddess] India
Yarih MidEast
Yarilo Slavic
Yarovit Slavic
Yaya-Zakurai[goddess] Japan
Yayu India
Yebaad[goddess] Navajo
Yeba Ka Navajo
Yeitso Navajo
Yemanja Imanje[goddess] Brazil
Yemaya[goddess] Caribbean
Yemayah[goddess] Africa
Yen-Lo China
Yen-Lo-Wang China
Ygg Norse
Yggdrasil Scandinavian
Yhi[goddess] Australia
Yi China
Yicattecuhtli Mexico
Yima Persia
Ymir Iceland
Ymoja[goddess] Africa
Ynakhsyt[goddess] Siberia
Yolkai Estsan[goddess] Navajo
Yondung Halmoni[goddess] Korea
Yu China
Yu Ch'iang China
Yu Huang China
Yuki-Onne[goddess] Japan
Yum-chen-mo[goddess] Tibet
Yum Cimih Maya
Yum Kaax Maya
Yun-T'ung[goddess] China
Yu-Tzu[goddess] China
Zaba Hurrite
Zababa Kish
Zacynthus Greek
Zagreus Greek
Zaka[goddess] Haiti
Zalmoxis Greek
Zam Persia
Zambi Angola/Africa
Zana[goddess] Roman
Zanahary Zanaharibe Madagascar
Zaoshen China
Zaramama[goddess] Peru
Zaria Slavic
Zarpandit[goddess] Assyro-Babylonian
Zarathustra Persia
Zasster-madmar-mo[goddess] Tibet
Zatavu Madagascar
Zazavavindrano[goddess] Madagascar
Zelus Greek
Zeme[goddess] Russia
Zempat Prussia
Zemyna[goddess] Lithuania
Zephyrus Greek
Zetes and Calais Greek
Zethus and Amphion Greek
Zeus Greek
Zeuxippe[goddess] Greek
Zeuxo[goddess] Greek
Zhang Xi[goddess] China
Zhinu[goddess] China
Zhongguei China
Zigu Shen[goddess] China
Zinkibaru Africa
Zipaltonal[goddess] Nicaragua
Zirna[goddess] Roman
Zisa[goddess] German
Zisun[goddess] China
Ziusudra Sumerian
Ziva Siva[goddess] Slavic
Zizilia[goddess] Russia
Zonget[goddess] Siberia
Zorya[goddess] Slavic
Zu Imdugud Assyria
Zumiang Nui[goddess] India
Zurvan Persia
Zvezda Dennitsa[goddess] Slavic
Zvoruna[goddess] Lithuania
Zywie[goddess] Russia
ACOHANTA Goddess of Direction.
ARADIA Goddess who protects all
CHIMA Goddess of Love and Beauty
CORI God of the Sun
IROSA Goddess of the Moon
ISIS Goddess who Protects health during Surgery
JORECH God of Exchange, monetary and trade
JUNIPERUS God of Healing
MAITZ God of Battle
MINIERVA Goddess of Procrastination
NARVOR God of Time
ROSSONO God of the Arts
SEVRAYA Goddess of the Rainbow
SYAN God who guides men
TORNIN God of Learning
TRICHOR God of Balance
VENEXA Goddess who guides women
ZANURAYE Goddess who Guides Female Teenagers
ZANURON God who Guides Male Teenagers
ZIMIA Goddess who Guides Female Children
ZIMIAN God who Guides Male Children
ZORAYAN God of Change. Also takes souls from dead physical bodies and
brings them to the astral world.
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ZORUCHEN God/ess who Guards Babies
with acknowledgements to:

Bill Mech
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There is only one.
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
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Achall [goddess]Earth and Nature; unhappiness. Ireland
Achtan [goddess] Hunting and wild animals. Ireland
Adsullata [goddess] Spring
Aeron War [goddess] Wales War
Aeval [goddess] Love and sexuality; Magic. Ireland Fairy Queen of
Munster.
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Agrona [goddesss] Destroyer of life. Wales Goddess of slaughter
Aibell [goddess] Beauty; Arts; Magic; Destroyer of life; Mother and
guardian; Education and
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knowledge. Ireland
Aibheaog [goddess] Fire. Ireland Fire goddess in County Donegal. She was
worshipped at Tober Breda.
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Aide [goddess] Magic; Water. Ireland Wife of the Irish god Enna.
Aidin [goddess] [Aideen] Love and sexuality. Ireland
Following is an academic list of various Gods. Can anyone tell me which is
or are the REAL
God or Gods?
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Aige [goddess] Demi-animals; water; unhappiness
Ailinn [goddess] Love. Ireland
Aille [goddess]Justice. Ireland
Aille sought revenge when her husband, Meargach of Green Spears, was
killed in
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battle. When her attempt was unsuccessfull she committed suicide.
Aimend [goddess] Sun and Day. Ireland
Sun goddess. Daugther of the king Corco Loigde.
Ain [goddess] Justice Ireland
One of two sister said to be responsible for the high status of women in
ancient Ireland established in "Brehon Laws", which spelled out a women's
property rights and freedom. These laws came to an end with the Norman
occupation.
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Aine [goddess] Love and Sexuality;Agriculture;Earth and
Nature;Luck;Magic;Mother and Guardian;Ceremonies. Ireland
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"Bright." Sun goddess of love and fertility. In West Munster, the life
spark was believed to by governed by the goddess Aine. She was worshipped
at
Cnoc AineAine's Hill in the last century on Midsummer's Eve when local
people would carry torches of hay and straw. After invoking Aine they would
return to their fields and wave the torches over the crops and livestock.
Also see: Anu.
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Airmed [goddess] [Airmid] Health and healing; ImmortalityIreland
Goddess of Medicine. Airmed is the daughter of
DiancechtPhysician-magician
of the Tuatha, and grandfather of Lugh and sister of Miach. She helps her
father guard the secret Well of Healing.
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Albina [goddess] Creator of Life; Moon and Night Britain
Almha [Almu] [goddess] Ireland
Not much is known of Almha, other than she was a diety of the Tuatha.
Andrasta [goddess] [Andate] War Britain,Iceni
Anna Livia Plurabelle [goddess]
Annis [goddess] Wild Birds; Destroyer of Life; UglinessNorthern Britain
Anu [goddess] [Ana, Annan, Annis, Black Annis,Buanann, Eire,Iath n'
Anann]
Creator of Life; Mother and Guardian; Wealth; Earth and Nature; Sky and
Heaven Ireland
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Aobh [goddess] Weather; Magic; Evil; Demi-Animals; Mother and Guardian.
Ireland
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Aoife [goddess] Evil; Demi-animals; Magic; Education and knowledge.
Scotland
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Arbha [goddess] Family and Tribes. British Isles
Arenmetia [goddess] Health and Healing. Britain
Argante [goddess] Health and Healing Britain
Arianrhod [goddess] Mother and Guardian; Moon and Night; Fate; Magic;
Justice; Fertility. Wales
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Arnamentia [goddess] Water. Britain Goddess of springs.
Artio [goddess] Hunting and Wild AnimalsBritain;Switzerland
Assa [goddess] Goodness. Ireland
Badb [goddess] War: Wild birds; Fate; Magic; Water.. Ireland
Badba [goddess] War. Ireland
Badh [goddess] [Banshee in Munster] Ireland
Bainleannan [goddess] Ireland Celtic spirit.
Ban Naomha [goddess] Fishing and water animals; Prophesy and Wisdom.
Ireland
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Ban Nighechain [goddess] Water. Scotland
Banba [Bandha] [goddess] Ireland
Banna [goddess] Water; Creativity; Immortality. Ireland
Bansch [goddess] Ireland
Banshees [goddess] Magic; Small size. Ireland
Be Find [goddess] Fate. Ireland
Beag [goddess] Magic; Water; Education and Knowledge. Ireland
Bean Nighe [goddess] Household Affairs; Destroyer of Life Ireland,
Scotland
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Bean Sidhe [goddess] Fate; Family and Tribes Ireland
Bebhionn [goddess] Dawn and Twilight; Beauty; Justice Ireland
Bebo [gpddess] Ireland
Bec Fola [goddess] MagicIreland
Becuma [goddess] Heaven and Hell; Dawn and Twilight; Moon and Night;
Weather Ireland
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Benvarry [goddess] Demi-animals; Fishing and Water Animals Isle of Man
Biddy Mannion [goddess] Health and Healing Ireland
Bidhgoe [goddess] Love and Sexuality Ireland
Birog [goddess] Fomorii Arts; Mother and Guardian Ireland
Blanaid [goddess] Magic Ireland
Blathnat [goddess] Time Ireland
Blodeuwedd [goddess] Love and Sexuality;lunar mysteries,initiations,
Demi-animals; Earth and Nature Wales
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Bo Find [goddess] Domesticated Animals; Magic Ireland
Boann [goddess] Water; Domesticated Animals; Family and Tribes Ireland
Bobd [goddess] War; Demi-animals Ireland
Branwen [goddess] Love and Sexuality; Moon and Night; Selflessness
Ireland
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Breg [goddess] Evil Ireland
Bri [goddess] Magic Ireland
Caer [goddess] Demi-animal Ireland
Cailleach Beara [goddess] Earth and Nature; Agriculture; Family and
Tribes; Education and Knowledge;
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Charisma Ireland, Scotland
Cailleach Bheur [goddess] Sky , weather healing, initiation, great
wisdom,
shape-shiftingScotland, the Isle of Man, southern Ireland
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Cailleach Bolus [goddess] Ireland
Cailleach Corca Duibhne [goddess] Ireland
Cailleach Mor [goddess] Weather; Mother and Guardian Scotland
Caireen [goddess] Mother and Guardian Ireland
Cameira [goddess] Family and Tribes
Campestres [goddess] Latin name for Celtic goddesses of the fields.
Agriculture
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Canola [goddess] Arts; Creativity Ireland
Caoineag[goddess] Fate; Destroyer of Life; Family and Tribes; Weather
Britain
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Carlin [goddess] Ceremonies; Immortality; Time; Mother and Guardian
Scotland
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Carman [goddess] Magic; War; Ceremonies Ireland
Carravogue [goddess] Reptiles; Magic Ireland
Cartimandua [goddess] War Britain
Cathubodia [goddess] Earth and Nature Britain
Dahut [goddess] Love and Sexuality; Evil Britain
Danu [goddess] Mother and Guardian; Education and Knowledge; Prosperity;
Magic; Sun and Day; Family and Tribes; Water Ireland
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Dawen [goddess] Domesticated Animals; Dawn and Twilight; Weather Ireland
Dea Domnann [goddesss] Heaven and Hell; Creator of Life Ireland, Formor
Dechtire[goddess] Demi-animals; Mother and Guardian; Heaven and Hell;
Magic Ireland
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Dee [goddess] War; Water; Fate Scotland
Deirdre [goddess] Beauty; Fate; Love and Sexuality Ireland
Dervonnae [goddess] ["Oak Spirits." Triune mother goddesses of birth,
growth, and death.] Life / Death Cycle; Earth and Nature Europe
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Deva [goddess] Water Britain
Devona [goddess] Water Ireland
Dia Griene [goddess] Sun and Day Scotland
Dil [goddess] Domesticated Animals Ireland
Dobhinia [goddess] Family and Tribes Ireland
Domnu [goddess] Family and Tribes; Water Ireland, Fomorii
Don [goddess] Stars and Planets; Creator of Life Wales
Doon Buidhe [goddess] Arts
Dornoll [goddess] Weather; Ugliness; Physical Prowess Ireland
Druantia [goddess] Earth and Nature Britain
Dubh [goddess] Magic; Water Ireland
Dubh Lacha [goddesss] Fate: Moon and Night; Water Ireland
Dubhlaing [goddess] Fate; Magic; Love and Sexuality
A [goddess] Chaldean
Aahmes-nefertari [goddess] Egypt
Aakuluujjusi [goddess] Inuit
Aasith [goddess] Egypt
Abaangui Guarani
Aba-khatun [goddess] Russia
Abaris Greek
Abas Greek
Abassi Nigeria/Africa
Abderus Greek
Abeguwo [goddess] Oceania
Abeona [goddess] Roman
Abere [goddess] Oceania
Ab Kin Xoc Maya
Abnoba [goddess] Celtic
Abraxas Roman
Abuk [goddess] Dinka/Africa
Abundantia [goddess] Roman
Acamas Greek
Acantha [goddess] Greek
Acat Maya
Acaviser [goddess] Roman
Acca [goddess] Roman
Acca Larentia [goddess] Roman
Achall [goddess] Irish
Achelois [goddess] Greek
Achelous Greek
Achilles Greek
Achtan [goddess] Irish
Achtland [goddess] Celtic
Acis Greek
Aclla [goddess] Inca
Acna [goddess] Maya/Mexico
Actaeon Greek
Acuecueyotlcihuatl*Aztec/Mexico
Adad Babylonian
Adamanthea [goddess] Greek
Adamisil Wedo [goddess] Haiti
Adapa Babylonian
Adaro Oceania
Adeona [goddess] Roman
Aditi [goddess] Asian
Adityas Asian
Admeta [goddess] Roman
Admete [goddess] Greek
Admetus Greek
Adonis Greek
Adrammelech Babylonia
Adrastus Greek
Adsagsona [goddess] Celtic
Adu Ogyinae Ashanti/Africa
Aeacus Greek
Aebh [goddess] Celtic
Aed Celtic
Aédon [goddess] Greek
Aedos [goddess] Roman
Aega [goddess] Greek
Aegeria [goddess] Roman
Aegeus Greek
Aegina [goddess] Greek
Aegir Norse
Aegis Greek
Aegisthus Greek
Aegyptus Greek
Aello [goddess] Greek Amazon
Aeneas Greek
Aeneas Roman
Aeolus Greek
Aero [goddess] Greek
Aeron Celtic
Aerope [goddess] Greek
Aesculapius Asclepius Greek
Aesir Norse
Æs Sídhe Celtic
Aestas [goddess] Roman
Aether Greek
Aethra [goddess] Greek
Aetna [goddess] Roman
Afekan [goddess] Oceania
Agaman Nibo [goddess] Haiti
Agamedes Greek
Agamemnon Greek
Agasaya [goddess] Semite
Agave [goddess] Greek
Agdos [goddess] Asia Minor
Agé Dahomey/Africa
Aglaia [goddess] Greek
Aglauros [goddess] Greek
Agni India
Agwe [goddess] Benin/Africa
Agwe [goddess] Haiti
Agweta [goddess] Haiti
Ahat [goddess] Egypt
Ahau Chamahez Maya
Ahau Kin [goddess] Maya
Ah Chuy Kak Maya
Ah Cun Can Maya
Ahemait [goddess] Egypt
Ah Kinchil Maya
Ahmakiq Maya
Ahnt Alis Pok' [goddess] Mexico
Ahnt Kai [goddess] Mexico
Ah Puch Maya
Ahriman Persia
Ahsonnutli Navajo
Ahti [goddess] Egypt
Ah Uaynih [goddess] Haiti
Ah Uaynih [goddess] Guatemala
Ahuic [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Ahulane Maya
Ahura Mazda Persia
Ahurani [goddess] Persia
Ah Wink-ir Masa [goddess] Guatemala
Ai-ada Turkey
'Aiaru [goddess] Oceania
Aida Wedo [goddess] Benin/Africa
Aida Wedo [goddess] Haiti
Aigiarm [goddess] Mongolia
Ainé [goddess] Celtic
Ainia [goddess] Greek Amazon
Airmed [goddess] Irish
Ai Tupua'i [goddess] Oceania
Aja [goddess] Babylonia
Aje [goddess] Yoruba/Africa
Aji-Suki-Taka-Hi-Kone Japan
Ajok Africa
Ajtzak AmerIndian
Ajysyt [goddess] Siberia
Aka [goddess] Turkey
Akert-khentet-auset-s [goddess] Egypt
Akewa [goddess] Argentina
Akhet [goddess] Egypt
Akhushtal [goddess] Maya
Akonadi [goddess] Ghana/Africa
Akongo Africa
Akuj Africa
Akusaa [goddess] Egypt
Akycha AmerIndian
Ala [goddess] Ibo/Africa
Alaghom Naom Tzentel [goddess] Maya
Alalahe [goddess] Oceania
Ala Muki [goddess] Oceania
Alator Britain
Alastor Greek
Alberich Norse
Albina [goddess] Roman
Albion Greek
Albunea [goddess] Roman
Alcestis [goddess] Greek
Alcibie [goddess] Greek Amazon
Alcimedes Greek
Alcippe Greek
Alcippe [goddess] Greek Amazon
Alcmaeon Greek
Alcmene [goddess] Greek
Alcyon [goddess] Greek
Alecto [goddess] Greek
Alectrona [goddess] Greek
Alectryon Greek
Alemona [goddess] Roman
Alfhild [goddess] Scandinavia
Alfs Germanic
Alinga [goddess] Australia
Alkaia [goddess] Greek Amazon
Alkonost [goddess] Russia
Al-Lat [goddess] Arabia
Almoshi [goddess] Russia
Alpan [goddess] Roman
Alphito [goddess] Greek
Altan-Telgey [goddess] Mongol
Altria [goddess] Roman
Alu Babylonia
Alvis Germanic
Ama [goddess] Russia
Amaethon Britain
Amalthea Greek
Amalthea [goddess] Greek
Ama no Uzume [goddess] Japan
Ama-terasu [goddess] Japan
Amatsu Mikaboshi Japan
Amaunet [goddess] Egypt
Amazons Greek
Ambika [goddess] Hindu
Ambrosia Greek
Amelia [goddess] Haiti
Amemet [goddess] Egypt
Ament [goddess] Egypt
Amenti Egypt
Amma [goddess] Norse
Amma Dogon/Africa
Ammavaru [goddess] India
Amit [goddess] Egypt
Ammit [goddess] Egypt
Amn [goddess] Egypt
Amon Egypt
Amor Roman
Amphitrite [goddess] Greek
Amphitryon Greek
Amset Egypt
Amymone [goddess] Greek
An Sumeria
Anagtia [goddess] Roman
Anahita [goddess] Persia
Ananke [goddess] Greek
Anansi West Africa
Ananta Shesha Hindu
Anapel [goddess] Russia
Anath Anat [goddess] Phoenician
Anatha [goddess] Egypt
Anatis [goddess] Egypt
Anatu [goddess] Mesopotamia
Anaxarete [goddess] Greek
Anceta [goddess] Roman
Anchises Greek
Andraste [goddess] Britain
Androgyne Greek
Andromache Greek
Andromache [goddess] Greek Amazon
Andromeda [goddess] Greek
Andromeda [goddess] Greek Amazon
Androphonos Greek
Angerboda [goddess] Scandinavia
Angerona [goddess] Roman
Angina [goddess] Roman
Angita [goddess] Roman
Angitia [goddess] Greek
Angpetu WiAmerIndian
Angus Celtic
Anieros [goddess] Roman
Anima Mundi [goddess] Roman
Anius Greek
Anjea [goddess] Australia
Anka [goddess] Egypt
Ankhtith [goddess] Egypt
Ankt [goddess] Egypt
Anna Perenna [goddess] Etruscan
Annapurna Hindu
Annwn Britain
Antaboga Indonesia
Antaeus Greek
Antaios Egypt
Antandre [goddess] Greek Amazon
Anteros Greek
Anteros Roman
Antevorta [goddess] Roman
Anthat [goddess] Egypt
Antianara [goddess] Greek
Antianara [goddess] Greek Amazon
Antibrote [goddess] Greek Amazon
Anticlea [goddess] Greek
Antigone [goddess] Greek
Antinuous Greek
Antiope [goddess] Greek
Antiope [goddess] Greek Amazon
Anu Babylonian
Anu Celtic
Anubis Egypt
Anuket [goddess] Egypt
Anunitu [goddess] Babylonia
An-Zu [goddess] Assyria
Apate [goddess] Greek
Apep Egypt
Aphareus Greek
Aphrodite [goddess] Greek
Apis Egypt
Apis Egypt
Apollo Greek
Apozanolotl [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Appiades, The [goddess] Roman
Appias [goddess] Roman
Apsu Babylonian
Apunga [goddess] Australia
Arachne [goddess] Greek
Arahuta [goddess] New Zealand
Ararat [goddess] Anatolia
Ardwinna Celtic
Ares Greek
Arete [goddess] Greek
Arethusa [goddess] Greek
Areto [goddess] Greek Amazon
Aretz [goddess] Israel
Argonaut Greek
Argos Greek
Argus Greek
Argus Greek
Ariadne [goddess] Greek
Arianrhod Wales
Aricia [goddess] Roman
Ariki [goddess] New Zealand
Arinna [goddess] Hittite
Arion Greek
Arnamentia [goddess] Britain
Arne [goddess] Greek
Arohirohi [goddess] New Zealand
Arria [goddess] Roman
Arsinoë [goddess] Greek
Artemis [goddess] Greek
Artio Celtic
Aruna [goddess] Hindu
Aryong Jong [goddess] Korea
Asase Yaa [goddess] Ghana/Africa
As-ava [goddess] Russia
Ascanius Roman
Asclepius Greek
AsgardNorse
Asgaya Gigagei Cherokee
Asherali [goddess] Canaan
Ashiakle [goddess] Ghana/Africa
Ashnan [goddess] Sumeria
Ashtoreth Phoenician
Ashtoreth [goddess] Egypt
Ashur Assyria
Ashvins Hindu
Askr and Embla Norse
Astarte [goddess] Phoenicia
Asteria [goddess] Greek
Asteria [goddess] Greek Amazon
Astraea [goddess] Greek
Astraeos Greek
Astrea [goddess] Roman
Asuras Asian
Asuras Asian
Atalanta [goddess] Greek
Atanea [goddess] South Pacific
Atar [goddess] Iran
Ate [goddess] Greek
At-Em [goddess] Egypt
Aten Aton Egypt
Athena [goddess] Greek
Athirat [goddess] Canaan
Athor [goddess] Egypt
Athtart [goddess] Canaan
Atl Aztec
Atlacamani [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Atlacoya [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Atlas Greek
Atlatonin [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Atreus Greek
Atropos [goddess] Greek
Attis Roman
Atum Egypt
Auchimalgen [goddess] Chile
Au-Co Vietnamese
Audjal [goddess] Caroline Islands
Auilix Maya
Aura [goddess] Greek
Aurita [goddess] Roman
Aurora [goddess] Roman
Ausaitis Lithuania
Austeja Lithuania
Autolycus Greek
Autonoe [goddess] Greek
Auxesia [goddess] Greek
Averna [goddess] Roman
Avernales [goddess] Roman
Averruncus [goddess] Roman
Aversa [goddess] Roman
Awonawilona [goddess] Pueblo/Zuni
Aya [goddess] Mesopotamia
Ayaba [goddess] Dahomey/Africa
Ayauhteotl [goddess] Aztec/Mexico
Ayida [goddess] Haiti
Ayizan [goddess] Haiti
Ayt'ar Russia
Azacca Haiti
Aziri [goddess] Africa
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Ba[goddess] China
Baal Bel Phoenicia
Ba'Alat[goddess] Phoenicia
Baatsi Africa
Baau[goddess] Phoenicia
Babamik[goddess] Oceania
Baba Yaga[goddess] Slavonic
Bacchantes[goddess] Greek
Bacchus Roman
Bachue[goddess] Chibcha
Backlum Chaam Maya
Badb[goddess] Irish
Bakha Egypt
Balder Norse
Balios Greek
Balor[goddess] Irish
Banba[goddess] Irish
Banka-Mundi[goddess] India
Banshee Gaelic
Barghest England
Baron Samedi[goddess] Haiti
Bast or Bastet[goddess] Egypt
Bathkol[goddess] Israel
Baubo[goddess] Greek
Baucis Roman
Bayanni[goddess] Africa
Bebhionn[goddess] Irish
Beelsamin Phoenicia
Befana[goddess] Italy
Begoe[goddess] Roman
Beiwe[goddess] Lappland
Belatucadros Celtic
Bele Alua[goddess] Africa
Belenus Celtic
Beli Mawr Celtic
Belisama[goddess] Celtic
Belit-Seri[goddess] Babylonia
Bellerophon Greek
Bellona[goddess] Roman
Belobog Slavic
Bendis[goddess] Thracian
Benten[goddess] Japan
Benzai-Ten Japan
Beowulf Germanic
Bergelmir Germanic
Berserk, Berserker Norse
Bertha[goddess] Norse
Beruth[goddess] Phoenicia
Bes Egypt
Bestla[goddess] Scandinavia
Bhairavi[goddess] Hindu
Bheara Celtic Ireland
Bia Greek
Biame Australia
Biblys[goddess] Greek
Bifrost Norse
Bikeh Hozho[goddess] Navajo
Bila[goddess] Australia
Bilé Celtic
Billing Germanic
Bishamon Japan
Boaliri[goddess] Australia
Boann[goddess] Irish
Bobd Celtic
Bochica Chibcha
Boibhniu Celtic
Bolbe[goddess] Greek
Boldogasszony[goddess] Russia
Bomo Rambi[goddess] Africa
Bona[goddess] Roman
Bona Dea[goddess] Roman
Bone of Ull Norse
Boötes Greek
Bor Norse
Bors Celtic
Boreas Greek
Bormonia[goddess] Roman
Borvo Gaul
Bragi Norse
Brag-srin-mo[goddess] Tibet
Brahma Hindu
Bran Britain
Branwen[goddess] Wales
Breath of Wind[goddess] Iroquois
Breksta[goddess] Lithuania
Bremusa Greek Amazon
Bres Gaelic
Briareus Greek
Bride[goddess] Scotland
Brigandu[goddess] Celtic France
Brigantia[goddess] Celtic Briton
Brighid[goddess] Gaelic
Brihaspati Asian
Brimo[goddess] Greek
Brisa[goddess] Greek
Briseis[goddess] Greek
Britomartis[goddess] Greek
Brize[goddess] Greek
Brizo[goddess] Greek
Brome[goddess] Greek
Bronach[goddess] Irish
Brono Norse
Brontes Greek
Brownie Scotland
Broxa Jewish
Brunhild, Brünnehilde or Brynhild[goddess] Germanic
Bubastis[goddess] Egypt
Bubona[goddess] Roman
Buddha Hindu
Budhi Pallien[goddess] India
Bugady Musun[goddess] Siberia
Buk[goddess] Africa
Buku Africa
Bunbulama[goddess] Australia
Bunzi[goddess] Africa
Buri Norse
Buring une[goddess] Oceania
Busiris Egypt
Butes Greek
Byblis[goddess] Roman
Bylgja[goddess] Norse
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Cabiri Greek
Caca[goddess] Roman
Cacus Roman
Cacus Greek
Cadmus Greek
Caduceus Greek
Caelestis[goddess] MidEast
Caenis[goddess] Greek
Caer[goddess] Irish
Caerus Greek
Cagn Mantis Africa
Cailleach[goddess] Irish
Cairbre Celtic
Cairpre Celtic
Caishen China
Cakulha Maya
Calais Greek
Calchas Greek
Caligo[goddess] Greek
Calliope[goddess] Greek
Callipygos[goddess] Greek
Callirhoe[goddess] Greek
Callisto[goddess] Greek
Calybe[goddess] Roman
Calyce[goddess] Greek
Calypso[goddess] Greek
Camenae Roman
Camilla Roman
Camise[goddess] Roman
Camozotz Maya
Campe Greek
Camulus Gaul
Candace[goddess] Egypt
Candelifera[goddess] Roman
Candi[goddess] India
Candit[goddess] Africa
Canente[goddess] Roman
Canidia[goddess] Greek
Canola[goddess] Irish
Caradawc Celtic
Cardea Roman
Carlin[goddess] Scotland
Carman[goddess] Irish
Carmenta Roman
Carna Roman
Carya[goddess] Greek
Cartimandua[goddess] Britain
Cassandra[goddess] Greek
Cassiopeia[goddess] Greek
Cassios[goddess] Phoenicia
Castalia[goddess] Greek
Castor and Pollux Greek
Catequil Inca
Cathubodva Celtic
Cecrops Greek
Ceibhfhionn[goddess] Irish
Celaneo[goddess] Greek Amazon
Cenn Cruaich Gaelic
Centaur Greek
Centaur Greek
Cephalus Greek
Cer[goddess] Greek
Cerberus Greek
Cerberus Greek
Cercopes Greek
Cercyon Greek
Ceres Roman
Cernunnos Celtic
Cerridwen[goddess] Wales
Cerynean Hind Greek
Cessair[goddess] Irish
Cethe Celtic
Cethlion[goddess] Irish
Cetlenn Celtic
Ceto[goddess] Greek
Challalamma[goddess] India
Chandra Hindu
Chang Fei China
Chang Hsien China
Chang-O[goddess] China
Chang Pan China
Ch'ang Tsai China
Chantico[goddess] Aztec
Chaos Greek
Chaos[goddess] MidEast
Chao San-Niang[goddess] China
Chao T'eng-k'ang China
Chariboea[goddess] Greek
Charis[goddess] Greek
Charites[goddess] Greek
Chariot Greek
Charon Greek
Charybdis[goddess] Greek
Chelone[goddess] Greek
Chem Egypt
Chemosh Moab
Ch'eng Huang China
Cheng San-Kung China
Cheng Huan-ho China
Chen Kao China
Chernobog Slavic
Chibiabos Algonquin
Chichevache German
Chien-Ti[goddess] China
Chih Jih China
Chih-Nii[goddess] China
Chih Nu[goddess] China
Ch'ih Sung-tzu China
Chimaera Greek
Chimata-No-Kami Japan
Ching Ling Tzu China
Ch'ing Lung China
Chin-hua Niang-niang China
Chinnintamma[goddess] India
Chione[goddess] Greek
Chio Yuan-Tsu China
Chi Po China
Chiron Greek
Chloe[goddess] Greek
Chloris[goddess] Greek
Chonso Egypt
Chou Wang China
Chryses Greek
Chryseis[goddess] Greek
Chuang-Mu[goddess] China
Chu-jung China
Chung-kuei China
Chung-li Ch'üan China
Chung Ling-yu China
Chung Liu China
Chu Niao China
Chun T'i[goddess] China
Chup-Kamui[goddess] Japan
Chu Ying China
Cian Celtic
Cihuacoatl[goddess] Nahua
Cilissa[goddess] Greek
Cinei-new[goddess] Russia
Circe[goddess] Greek
Cleite[goddess] Greek Amazon
Cleone[goddess] Greek
Clio[goddess] Greek
Cliodna[goddess] Gaelic
Cloacina[goddess] Roman
Cloelia Roman
Clûd[goddess] Celtic
Clymene[goddess] Greek
Clytemnestra[goddess] Greek
Clytie[goddess] Greek
Coatlicue[goddess] Aztec
Cocidius Britain
Coinquenda[goddess] Roman
Collatina[goddess] Roman
Colleda[goddess] Serbia
Comitia[goddess] Roman
Comus Roman
Conair Celtic
Conall Cernach Irish
Conchobar Celtic
Conciliatrix[goddess] Roman
Concordia Roman
Condatis Britain
Consentes Dii Roman
Consus Roman
Copia[goddess] Roman
Copil Aztec
Copreus Greek
Coranians Celtic
Corb Celtic
Cormac Celtic
Coronis[goddess] Greek
Corra[goddess] Scotland
Corunetes Greek
Corvus Celtic
Corythus Greek
Cottus Greek
Cotys[goddess] Greek
Cotys[goddess] MidEast
Cotytto[goddess] Greek
Coventina[goddess] Britain
Cratos Greek
Creidhne Celtic
Creon Greek
Cressida Greek
Creusa[goddess] Greek
Crius Greek
Cronus Greek
Crotus Greek
Cuba[goddess] Roman
Cuchulainn Celtic
Cuda[goddess] Britain
Culsa[goddess] Roman
Cumhau Maya
Cunina[goddess] Roman
Cunnembeille[goddess] Australia
Cupid Roman
Cupra[goddess] Roman
Cura Roman
Curetes Greek
Cu Roi Irish
Curto-ara[goddess] Russia
Cyane[goddess] Roman
Cybele[goddess] Roman
Cybele[goddess] MidEast
Cyclopes Greek
Cygnus Greek
Cyone[goddess] Greek
Cyrene[goddess] Greek
Dabog Vid, Daba Slavic
Dactyls Greek
Daedalus Greek
Daena[goddess] MidEast
Daevas Babylonia
Dag[goddess] Scandinavia
Dagda Celtic
Dagda's Cauldron Celtic
Dagda's Harp Celtic
Daghdha In Dagda Celtic
Dagon Mesopotamia
Dagwanoenyent[goddess] AmerIndian
Daikoku Japan
Dair Celtic
Dais[goddess] Greek
Dakini[goddess] Hindu
Dali[goddess] Russia
Damia[goddess] Greek
Damkina[goddess] Sumeria
Damma Gaul
Damocles Greek
Damon and Pythias Greek
Damona[goddess] Gaul
Dan Africa
Dana Anu[goddess] Celtic
Danae[goddess] Greek
Danaus Greek
Danu[goddess] Greek
Daphne[goddess] Greek
Daphnis Greek
Darago[goddess] Philippines
Darzamat Latvia
Därzu-mäte[goddess] Russia
Dayang-Raca[goddess] Borneo
Dazhbog Slavic
Dazimus[goddess] MidEast
Dea Dia[goddess] Roman
De ai[goddess] Micronesia
Dea Marica[goddess] Roman
Debena[goddess] Russia
Dechtere[goddess] Irish
Decuma[goddess] Roman
Deianira[goddess] Greek OR
Deianira[goddess] Greek Amazon
Deidamia[goddess] Greek
Deidre[goddess] Celtic
Deimos Greek
Deiphobe[goddess] Greek
Deiphobus Greek
Delka Latvia
Delphinus Greek
Delphyne[goddess] Greek
Demeter[goddess] Greek
Demogorgon Greek
Dendrites Greek
Deng Africa
Deohako[goddess] AmerIndian
Derceto[goddess] Greek
Derimacheia[goddess] Greek Amazon
Derinoe[goddess] Greek Amazon
Derketo[goddess] MidEast
Despoena[goddess] Greek
Deucalion Greek
Devana[goddess] Russia
Devas Asian
Deverra[goddess] Roman
Devi[goddess] Asian
Dewi Wales
Dewi Nawang Sasih[goddess] Sundanese
Dewi Shri[goddess] Bali
Dharma Hindu
Dhat-Badan[goddess] Yemen
Dhisana[goddess] Hindu
Dia[goddess] Roman
Dia Griene[goddess] Scotland
Diana[goddess] Roman
Diancecht Irish
Dido[goddess] Greek
Dido[goddess] Roman
Diiwica[goddess] Russia
Di Jun[goddess] China
Dike[goddess] Greek
Dil[goddess] Irish
Dilga[goddess] Australia
Dilmun Sumeria
Diomedes Greek
Dione[goddess] Greek
Dionysus Greek
Dirce[goddess] Greek
Disciplina[goddess] Roman
Discordia[goddess] Roman
Dis Pater Roman
Diti[goddess] Hindu
Diviriks Lithuania
Diwya[goddess] Greek
Djanggawul[goddess] Australia
Djigonasee[goddess] AmerIndian
Doda[goddess] Serbia
Dogai Oceania
Dolya[goddess] Russia
Domfe Africa
Domnu Celtic
Donar Germanic
Dongo Africa
Doris[goddess] Greek
Dragon Ancient
Dragoni Russia
Draupadi[goddess] Hindu
Draupnir Norse
Druantia[goddess] Celtic
Dryads[goddess] Greek
Dryope[goddess] Greek
Dugnai[goddess] Lithuania
Dumuzi Sumerian
Dunne Enin[goddess] Siberia
Durga[goddess] Hindu
Duttur[goddess] MidEast
Dyaus Hindu
Dyaush India
Dysnomia[goddess] Greek
Dzalarhons[goddess] AmerIndian
Dziewona Poland
Ea Babylonian
Ebisu Japan
Eadon[goddess] Irish
Ececheira[goddess] Greek
Echenais[goddess] Greek
Echidna[goddess] Greek
Echidna Greek
Echo[goddess] Greek
Edda[goddess] Norse
Edinkira[goddess] Africa
Edji[goddess] Russia
Edusa[goddess] Roman
Ef[?] Pygmy/Africa
Efreisone Greek
Egeria[goddess] Roman
Egungun-oya[goddess] Africa
Eidothea[goddess] Greek
Eidyia Greek
Eileithyia[goddess] Greek
Eingana[goddess] Australia
Eir[goddess] Norse
Eireisone[goddess] Greek
Eirene[goddess] Greek
Eka Abassi[goddess] Africa
El Phoenician
Elais[goddess] Greek
Elate[goddess] Greek
Elathan Celtic
Electra[goddess] Greek
Electryon Greek
Elen[goddess] Wales
Elena[goddess] Russian
Eleos[goddess] Greek
Eleuthera[goddess] Greek
Elle[goddess] Norse
Embla[goddess] Norse
Emer[goddess] Irish
Emma-O Japan
Empanda[goddess] Roman
Empusa[goddess] Greek
Enceladus Greek
Enda semangko[goddess] Oceania
Endukugga Sumeria
Endymion Greek
Enekpe[goddess] Africa
Enki Sumeria
Enlil Babylonian
Ennugi Mesopotamia
Enodia[goddess] Greek
Enyo[goddess] Greek
Eos[goddess] Greek
Epeus Greek
Ephialtes Greek
Epigoni Greek
Epimenides Greek
Epimetheus Greek
Epione[goddess] Greek
Epona[goddess] Celtic
Equestris[goddess] Roman
Erathipa Australia
Erato[goddess] Greek
Erc Celtic
Erce[goddess] Slavic
Erda[goddess] German
Erebus Greek
Erectheus Greek
Erecthonius Greek
Eremon Celtic
Eri[goddess] Irish
Erichthonius Roman
Erigone[goddess] Greek
Erinnyes[goddess] Greek
Eris[goddess] Greek
Erishkigal[goddess] Sumeria
Eriu[goddess] Irish
Ermutu[goddess] Egypt
Eros Greek
Erysicthon Greek
Erytheia[goddess] Greek
Eseasar[goddess] Africa
Eshara[goddess] Chaldean
Eshmun Canaan
Eshu Fon[?]
Esu Yoruba
Esus Gaul
Etain[goddess] Irish
Etan Celtic
Eteocles Greek
Ethausva[goddess] Roman
Ethne[goddess] Irish
Ethniu Celtic
Etugen[goddess] Mongol
Eumaeus Greek
Eumenides[goddess] Greek
Eumolpus Greek
Eunomia[goddess] Greek
Eunostos[goddess] Greek
Euphrosyne[goddess] Greek
Europa[goddess] Greek
Eurus Greek
Euryale[goddess] Greek
Eurybia[goddess] Greek
Eurycleia[goddess] Greek
Eurydice[goddess] Greek
Eurylochus Greek
Eurynome[goddess] Greek
Euryphaessa[goddess] Greek
Eurystheus Greek
Euterpe[goddess] Greek
Euthymus Greek
Eutychia[goddess] Greek
Evadne[goddess] Greek
Egyptian gods
Amun: Amun is mentioned in the Pyramid Texts, but was not a prominent god
during the Age of the Pyramids. His name means 'the hidden one' and he
was
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a god of the atmosphere. Later in Egyptian history, he would become the
main god of the empire.
Anty: Anty was a hawk god of Upper Egypt. He is shown as a hawk sitting
on
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a crescent moon, or in a boat. He became associated with other hawk-gods,
such as Sokar. King Merenre's birth name, Anty-em-saf acknowledges ties
between his mother's family and the areas where Anty was a major deity.
Anty's name, which refers to his sharp claws, can also be read as Nemty.
Anubis: This jackal-headed god looked after the dead, and was in charge
of
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the important task of mummification. Anubis can appear as either a black
canine with long sharp ears, or as a man with a canine head. The black
colour of Anubis is not natural to jackals or to the wild dogs of Egypt;
it
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may refer to the discoloration of a body after death and during
mummification. The black colour also refers to the rich dark soil of
Egypt,
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from which new growth came every year; in similar manner, the dead would
come to new life after burial. Dogs, as animal companions, were present
in
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Egypt from the very beginning. Sometimes dogs were buried with their
masters. It may have given the Egyptians comfort to think of such an
animal
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as guarding the cemeteries, protecting the dead.
Atum: Self-created creator of the Universe. Alone in Nun nothingness he
created Shu and Tefnut, air and moisture. His name means 'the complete
one.' Atum is usually shown as a king. He can symbolize the setting sun.
Babi is a deity shown in Baboon form, and it's from his name that we get
our word for these animals. Babi is ferocious, even blood-thirsty, unlike
the usually calm and reasonable Thoth who also appears as a baboon.
Bastet: Cats are very useful animals in a country that depends on grain.
The cat's hunting instincts were honoured by the Ancient Egyptians, but
so
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was the cat's gentler side as a warm and loving mother to her kittens.
Bastet can be shown as a woman with a feline head. There are
disagreements
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among zoologists as to when these animals first began to live with humans
along the Nile, and about which feline became the Egyptian pet. Cats do
not
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appear as household pets during the Age of the Pyramids, though they were
very popular animal companions in later times. From about three thousand,
two hundred years ago, there are cartoon-like images of cats and mice
engaged in human activities; unfortunately we do not know the stories for
these illustrations.
Bat: Ancient goddess shown with the horns of a buffalo or cow. Her face
appears on the Narmer palette, showing an early association with
kingship.
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Her character and powers were absorbed by Hathor.
Geb: God of Earth, grandson of Atum, husband of Nut. He is often shown as
a
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man reclining on the earth under a starry sky. The goose is his sacred
animal.
Hapy: God of the annual Nile flood, the Inundation. Shown as a human man
with a crown of plants, and heavy pendulous breasts and a paunch, he
symbolized abundance and fertility.
Hathor: Hathor as the royal goddess. Her name means 'House of Horus." Her
image could take the form of a cow, a woman with a cow's head, or a woman
wearing the horns of a cow. As a motherly cow, she gave the king her
divine
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milk, and protected him as a cow protects her calf. She was the goddess
of
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love, music, singing, and dance. She was one of the most important
deities
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in the Age of the Pyramids, and her popularity continued to the end of
Egyptian civilization. In the early economy of Egypt, cows were wealth. A
herd of cattle was a beautiful sight because it represented wealth in the
form of food, milk, hides, and work, as oxen pulled the ploughs of
farmers.
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Cattle dung was a valuable fertilizer and had many uses in building. The
Egyptians admired many qualities in cows, besides their economic
benefits.
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The cow's careful tending of her calf was a model for motherhood. In a
time
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when many women died in childbirth, the ability of cow's milk to sustain
a
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human baby was deeply appreciated. Cows, like people, love music and
will happily listen to a human singing, thus it made sense for Hathor to
be
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goddess of music. The big, gentle brown eyes of cows set a standard for
beauty; there are still cultures in the world where to say that a girl is
as pretty as a heifer is a great compliment.
[Neferet-ihew was a popular name meaning Beautiful of cattle.
Nefer-tjenetet meant The herd of Hathor is beautiful. Another name
associated with Hathor was Redew-yehew - feet of cattle]
Heket: Frog-headed goddess of childbirth. Frogs, who produce vast numbers
of tadpoles, were popular as amulets to ensure fertility.
Heh: Shown as a kneeling man grasping two palm ribs, Heh is the
personification of eternity. His image was popular as an amulet, wishing
the wearer 'millions of years.'
Horus: This god is shown as a falcon, or as a man with the head of a
falcon. In Egyptian, his name is Her - the distant one. Like the good
king
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who sees everything in his kingdom, the hawk is noted for his sharp
vision.
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The sudden stoop of the hawk, as he leaves the distant sky to attack and
capture his prey, is like the quick and decisive action of a king in
defense of his country. Horus is one of the oldest gods of the
Egyptians. In the days when powerful leaders were fighting to make one
nation out of smaller settlements, the early rulers were called Followers
of Horus. On the Narmer palette, the King is shown with a falcon whose
one
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human arm holds a rope that passes through the nose of a defeated rival.
The earliest way of distinguishing the name of a king from the names of
others was the serekh, which was a rectangle representing the palace of
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king, with a hawk on the top. Originally, there were at least two
gods called Horus. One is the fifth child of Nut and Geb, Horus the
Elder,
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and the other is the son of Isis and Osiris. Over time, their stories and
attributes came together. An old story tells of how Osiris, king of
Egypt,
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was murdered by his brother, Seth. Seth was very strong and powerful. He
took over the country, and ruled well. Isis, the wife of Osiris, hid the
child she had born, and raised him in secret. When Horus grew up, he
claimed his father's throne. Seth and Horus struggled for the kingship,
but
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in the end Horus' claim, as son of the previous king, was recognized by a
court of all the gods, and Horus became king. In Ancient Egypt, each king
was Horus. When a king died, Egyptians said that the falcon had flown to
Heaven and united with the Sun Disk. The next king then became Horus.
Like
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the Hawk, the king was a fighter, a warrior. This is why Horus, when
shown
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as a hawk-headed man, wears an armored breast-plate.
Isis: Sister and wife of Osiris, mother of Horus. Isis is the brightest
star in the sky, Sirius, called Soped by the ancient Egyptians. This star
disappears behind the sun for seventy days, then reappears to announce
the
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annual Nile flood. Isis was thus identified with the waters of the
Inundation that bring dry, dead land back to life. When her husband, king
Osiris, was murdered, she found his decomposing body, bound it together
with linen strips, and used her magic to bring him back to life in a
limited way. Isis' name in Egyptian is Ast which refers to the throne of
the king, which she personifies. Besides performing the first
mummification, Isis was known for her ferocious dedication to her son,
Horus. She upheld his right to rule Egypt against the claims of her
powerful brother, Seth or Sutekh. With determination, cunning, and a
little
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magic, she was able to ensure that her son succeeded to the throne of his
father. The story of Isis and Osiris, a love story, a story of triumph
over
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death, and the victory of good and right over brute force, became the
most
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popular of Egyptian myths. Thousands of years after the last pyramids
were
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built, Cleopatra VII, the last great queen of Egypt, identified herself
with Isis, devoted wife and mother. The cult of Isis survived the
annexation of Egypt by the Roman empire, and remained a powerful religion
until the rise of Christianity and Islam.
Khnum: The full name of Khufu, builder of the Great Pyramid, was
Khnum-khufu - the god Khnum protects him. Khnum, as god of the Nile
cataract, controlled the annual inundation of Egypt. He is shown as a man
with the head of a ram, or as a ram. He creates human life by moulding
each
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of us on a potter's wheel. His role as creator may reflect the
procreative
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power and strength of the ram.
Maat: Goddess of order, truth, justice, and balance. As the daughter of
Atum or Re, she was one of the first forces in the created universe, and
helped to bring order out of chaos. Each Egyptian king was duty bound to
honour and promote order and justice.
Min: Male fertility god and protector of the mines in the Eastern desert.
He is one of the oldest attested Egyptian gods. He is shown as an
ithyphallic man with a crown of two plumes, his right arm raised to
support
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the royal flagellum.
Neith: Goddess of the North of Egypt, protector of the king. One of the
oldest attested Egyptian deities; her characteristic headgear became the
'red crown' of the kings of Egypt. From the dawn of history in Egypt,
powerful women formed their names with hers: Neith-hotep Neith is content
was the wife of Aha, first king of the First Dynasty; the wife of King
Djet, and mother of King Den was named Meret-Neith beloved of Neith.
Neith may have been originally a goddess of hunting, but warfare was also
in her sphere. She was a goddess of the living world, of power and
politics. Her emblem appears to be two arrows crossed behind a shield. In
early examples, though, the shield can clearly be seen to be two elaterid
or 'click' beetles, end to end, with arrows crossed behind them. Long
after
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the Pyramid Age, a story was written crediting her with the creation of
the
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universe.
Nekhbet: Vulture-goddess of Upper Egypt. Nekhbet is a mother goddess who
protects the king. She represents the White Crown of Upper Egypt, which
she
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sometimes wears. By the Fifth Dynasty, she became associated with royal
women; the king's great royal wife wears a vulture headdress.
Nephthys: Daughter of Nut and Geb, sister of Isis, Osiris and Seth. She
joined Isis in her search for the body of Osiris, and mourned over his
corpse with her. Her name means owner of the palace; she represents the
palace itself. A late legend makes her the mother of Anubis.
Nut: The personification of the sky. Nut is honoured as a mother goddess.
She was the wife of Geb, and daughter of Shu and Tefnut. her five
children
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are Osiris and Isis, Nephthys and Seth, and Horus the Elder.
Osiris: God of the Dead. Osiris is almost always depicted as a man
wrapped
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in mummy-cloths, his hands protruding from the wrappings to grasp
scepters,
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and a crown on his head. His face can be green, black, or gold. He is a
god
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of agriculture, for his death and resurrection are like those of a seed,
cast in to the dark earth, motionless. New life breaks through its husk
to
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push its way to the surface of the earth as a green shoot. Osiris came to
prominence in the Fifth Dynasty. He became one of the most important of
Egyptian gods because he symbolized the triumph of life over death. For
his story, see Horus and Isis. In early times, the dead King was
associated with Osiris, but in later times in Egypt, every person could
join Osiris in the Afterlife, where he ruled as King of the Underworld.
He
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judged the dead, and let no evil person enjoy the pleasures of eternal
life. Ptah: Ancient creator-god of Memphis. Ptah is shown as a man
wearing
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a skull-cap, dressed in a tight-fitting robe that may be mummy-wrappings.
His hands protrude from the wrappings to grasp scepters. He was the
patron
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of craftsmen. Re: The sun, king of the gods, creator god of Yunu
Heliopolis. Re has many forms, but often appears as a man with the head
of a hawk and a sun-disk which is encircled by a cobra. Over time, many
other gods were assimilated to him: such as Atum-Re, Amun-Re. Human
beings
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were created from the tears of Re. Renenutet: A mother-goddess often
shown
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with the head of a snake. Her name means ''the one who nurtures." She
attended births.
Sakhmet: The name of this goddess means the powerful one. She was the
daughter of the sun-god, Re, and the wife of Ptah. She is shown with the
head of a lioness and the body of a woman, suggesting her great force and
power, and her sometimes dangerous nature. She could both bring plagues
and
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protect people from them. In the Age of the Pyramids, Sakhmet was
sometimes
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shown embracing the king, breathing divine life into his nostrils.
Seth: God of the desert, storm, and chaos. Seth is a strong god whose
angry
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power is part of kingship. Later legends stress his murder of his brother
Osiris and his struggle with his nephew Horus over who should be king.
The
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ancient Egyptians believed that both the forces of Law and Order,
represented by Horus, and the power of chaos symbolized by Seth, were
necessary for kingship. Another way of spelling the name of this god is
Sutekh.
Shu: the god of air and light. He is the husband of Tefnut, and father of
Geb, grandfather of Osiris. His symbol is an ostrich feather. The pyramid
texts suggest that the clouds of the sky are his bones.
Sobek: Shown as a crocodile or a man with crocodile head, Sobek
symbolized
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swift action and violence, and in these aspects could be a god of
kingship.
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He was the son of Neith. Lakes, riverbanks, and swamps were his
particular
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haunts. Ancient Egyptians travelled the Nile for trade, fished in it, and
used its waters to irrigate their fields. The crocodiles who lived in the
water were a constant presence and danger.
Sokar: A hawk-god, he was the patron of the royal cemetery near Memphis.
it
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is called after him, Sakkara to this day.
Tefnut: Goddess of moisture. Daughter of Atum, wife of Shu. She is one of
the goddesses who can be called The Eye of Re. She can be shown as a
woman
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with the head of a lion.
Thoth: A moon god, who was also the god of scribes and writing. As god of
scribes, he is associated with justice and truth, and with conciliation.
As
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god of wisdom, he inspired scribes and priests, and presided over sacred,
secret, knowledge. His name in Ancient Egyptian may have sounded
something
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like Djehuty. He can be shown as a man with the head of an Ibis. The
powerful wings of this bird could carry a king over the celestial river
into the Afterlife. Thoth usually wears a crescent moon, supporting a
full
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moon-disk on his head. Perhaps the long beak of the Ibis reminded the
Egyptians of the crescent moon, and it's white and black feathers made
them
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think of the patterns on the moon. Two animals were especially sacred to
Thoth: the Ibis, and the Baboon. A baboon, sitting up straight, can be an
image of Thoth. In the Story of the Eye of Re, Thoth transformed himself
into a baboon to follow an angry goddess into Nubia, and told her stories
until she returned to Egypt.
Wadjet: Cobra goddess of Lower Egypt. She is one of the king's
protectors.
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It is she who rears up over his brow on the royal crowns and headdresses.
As the Uraeus, iaretThursday, January 13, 2000 in Egyptian she has the
power to blast the enemies of the king.
Fa Africa
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Jarina[goddess] Brazil
Jedza[goddess] Russia
Jen An China
Jocasta[goddess] Greek
Jormungandr Norse
Jotunheim Norse
Jubbu-jang-sangne[goddess] Brazil
Judur[goddess] Norse
Juga[goddess] Roman
Julana Australia
Julunggul[goddess] Australia
Jumala Finland
Junkgowa[goddess] Australia
Juno[goddess] Roman
Juok Shilluk/Africa
Jupiter Roman
Jurojin Japan
Justitia[goddess] Roman
Juturna[goddess] Roman
Juventas[goddess] Roman
Jyeshtha[goddess] Hindu
Kabta Sumeria
Kadi[goddess] Assyria
Kagutsuchi Japan
Kajsa[goddess] Norse
Kaldas[goddess] Russia
Kali[goddess] India
Kalma[goddess] Finland
Kalma[goddess] Finland
Kaltes[goddess] Russia
Kamado-no-kami Shinto/Japan
Kami Japan
Kamrusepas Hittite
Kanaloa Hawaii
Kanati Cherokee
Kane Hawaii
Kapo[goddess] Oceania
Kara[goddess] Norse
Karora Australia
Karttikeya Japan
Katsinas Acoma
Kava Oceania
Kawa-No-Kami Japan
Kaya-Nu-Hima[goddess] Japan
Keng Yen-cheng China
Keretkun Russia
Kerres[goddess] Roman
Ketq Skwaye[goddess] Huron
Khadau Russia
Khonvum Africa
Khursun Iran
Kibuka Dinka/Africa
Kiki[goddess] Babylonia
Kingu Babylonia
King Wan China
Kinich Ahau Maya
Kinich Kakmo Maya
Kintu Dinka/Africa
Kishijoten[goddess] Japan
Kishi-Mojin[goddess] Buddhism/Japan
Klotes[goddess] Greek
Ko Hsien-Weng China
Kolga Norse
Kolias[goddess] Greek
Komodia[goddess] Greek
Konori Oceania
Kolpia Mideast
Kore[goddess] Greek
Kornjunfer Germanic
Koros[goddess] Greek
Kostrubonko Russia
Kothar-u-Khasis[goddess] Canaan
Kouei China
Kovas Lithuania
Kratesis[goddess] Greek
Krishna Hindu
Krtya[goddess] Hindu
Krumine Lithuania
Ku Oceania
Kuan Ti China
Kubera Hindu
Kubjika[goddess] Hindu
Kuei-ku Tzu China
Kuklikimoku Polynesia
Kulsu[goddess] Roman
Kun Aymara
Kunitokotatchi Shinto/Japan
Kuo Tzu-i China
Kupala[goddess] Slavic
Kupalo[goddess] Russia
Kvasir Norse
Lachesis[goddess] Greek
Lactura[goddess] Greek
Ladon Greek
Laelaps Greek
Laertes Greek
Laestrygones Greek
Laga[goddess] Norse
Lahar[goddess] Babylonian
Lai Cho China
La'idamlulum Kule[goddess]
Laka[goddess] Hawaii
Lakshmi[goddess] Hindu
Lalal[goddess] Roman
Lamastu Mideast
Lamia Greek
Lampus Greek
Laodamia[goddess] Greek
Lao Lang China
Lara[goddess] Roman
Lares Roman
Larunda[goddess] Roman
Lasa[goddess] Roman
Lasa-Rakuneta[goddess] Roman
Latinus[goddess] Roman
Latis[goddess] Britain
Laulaati Oceania
Laverna[goddess] Roman
Lavinia[goddess] Roman
Leda[goddess] Greek
Legba Dahomey/Africa
Leib-Olmai Lapland
Leiriope[goddess] Greek
Lei Kung China
Lei Tsu China
L'etsa'aplelana[goddess] Bella Coola
Lemurs Roman
Lennaxidaq[goddess]
Leshy Slavonic
Le-tkakawash[goddess]
Leto[goddess] Greek
Leucothea[goddess] Greek
Lia[goddess] Australia
Libanza Africa
Libentina[goddess] Roman
Liber Roman
Libera[goddess] Roman
Liberalitas Roman
Libertas[goddess] Roman
Libitina[goddess] Roman
Lif and Lifthrasir[goddess] Norse
Lignaco Dex[goddess] Roman
Li Lao-chun China
Limentina Roman
Lina[goddess] Greek
Linda[goddess] Norse
Lipse[goddess] Greek
Lir Gaelic
Li T'ien China
Lituolone Africa
Liu Meng China
Liu Pei China
Lleu Wales
Loa[goddess] Haiti
Lofn[goddess] Norse
Loha[goddess]
Lohasur Devi India
Loki Norse
Loko Yoruba/Africa
Lono Hawaii
Loo-wit[goddess]
Lorelei[goddess] Germanic
Lo Shen[goddess] China
Losna[goddess] Roman
Lo-Tsu Ta-Hsien China
Lo Yu China
Lua[goddess] Roman
Luandinha[goddess] Brazil
Luchtaine Celtic
Lucifera[goddess] Roman
Lucina[goddess] Roman
Ludd Britain
Lu Hsing China
Lufn[goddess] Norse
Lugh Celtic
Luna[goddess] Roman
Lung Yen China
Luonnotar[goddess] Norse
Lupa[goddess] Roman
Lu-pan China
Luperca[goddess] Roman
Lupercus Roman
Lupi Aymara
Lutinus Roman
Lyco[goddess] Greek
Lycos Greek
Lymnades Greek
Lympha[goddess] Roman
Lynceus Greek
Maan-emo[goddess] Norse
Mabon Celtic
Macaw Woman[goddess] Maya
Mac Da Tho Irish
Macha[goddess] Irish
Machaon Greek
Macris[goddess] Greek
Macuilxochitl Aztec/Mixtec
Madalait[goddess] Australia
Madder-Akka[goddess] Lapland
Magna Mater[goddess] Roman
Magni Norse
Mahiuki Oceania
Mahucutah Maya
Maia[goddess] Roman
Maia[goddess] Greek
Maina Luyia/Africa
Majestas Roman
Makara[goddess] Australia
MakeMake Oceania
Ma-Ku[goddess] China
Malophoros[goddess] Greek
Mambo Lovedu/Africa
Mana[goddess] Roman
Manannan mac Lir Celtic
Manasha[goddess] Hindu
Manco Capac Inca
Manes Roman
Mang Chin-i[goddess] China
Mang Shen China
Mani Scandinavian
Mania[goddess] Roman
Manticore Persia
Manu Hindu
Mao Meng China
Marduk Babylonian
Mari[goddess] MidEast
Marica[goddess] Roman
Marici[goddess] Japan
Marina Slavic
Marjatta[goddess] Norse
Marpessa[goddess] Greek
Marruni Melanesia
Mars Roman
Marsyas Greek
Marwe[goddess] Chaga/Africa
Marzana Poland
Masauwu Hopi
Massim Biambe Congo/Africa
Matergabiae Lithuania
Mater Matuta[goddess] Roman
Math ap Mathonwy Wales
Mati Syra Zemlya[goddess] Slavonic
Matrona[goddess] Celtic
Matrona[goddess] Roman
Maui Oceania
Mawu-Lisa Dahomey/Africa
Maya[goddess] Hindu
Mayahuel[goddess] Maya
Mayavel Hindu
Mboze[goddess] Africa
Mebeli[goddess] Congo/Africa
Medb[goddess] Irish
Medea[goddess] Greek
Medeine Lithuania
Meditrina[goddess] Roman
Medusa[goddess] Greek
Megaera[goddess] Greek
Mehturt[goddess] Egypt
Meiboia[goddess] Greek
Meilichia[goddess] Greek
Melampus Greek
Melanius Greek
Meleager Greek
Melgart Canaan
Melinoe[goddess] Greek
Melissa[goddess] Greek
Mellona[goddess] Roman
Melobosis[goddess] Greek
Melpomene[goddess] Greek
Melu Oceania
Memnon Greek
Menalippe[goddess] Greek
Menehune Oceania
Menelaus Greek
Meni MidEast
Mens[goddess] Roman
Men Shen China
Menthu Egypt
Mentor Greek
Menu Menulis Baltic
Mephitis[goddess] Roman
Mercury Roman
Mermaid Ancient
Merodach MidEast
Merope[goddess] Greek
Meru Hindu
Meshkent[goddess] Egypt
Meskhenet[goddess] Egypt
Messia[goddess] Roman
Metis[goddess] Greek
Metra[goddess] Greek
Metsarhatija[goddess] Finland
Miao Hu China
Mida[goddess] Greek
Midas Greek
Mider Celtic
Midgard Scandinavian
Mi-lo Fo China
Mimir Norse
Mimir Norse
Mimir's Head Norse
Min Egypt
Minepa Macoua/Africa
Minerva Roman
Ming Shang China
Minnehaha[goddess] Blackfoot
Minos Greek
Minotaur Greek
Mir-susne-khun Russia
Miseria[goddess] Roman
Misor MidEast
Mithra India
Mlakukh[goddess] Roman
Mnemosyne[goddess] Greek
Modgud[goddess] Norse
Modron[goddess] Wales
Moeuhane Oceania
Mogons Britain
Moirae[goddess] Greek
Mokkuralfi Norse
Molae, The[goddess] Roman
Moloch Canaan
Molpadia[goddess] Greek Amazon
Molpadia[goddess] Greek
Momu[goddess] Scotland
Momus Greek
Moneta[goddess] Roman
Monju-Bosatsu Japan
Moombi[goddess] Kikuyu/Africa
Mor Celtic
Mors Roman
Morgen[goddess] Celtic
Mormo[goddess] Greek
Moros Greek
Morpheus Greek
Morrigan[goddess] Celtic
Morta[goddess] Roman
Mot Phoenician
Mothir[goddess] Norse
Mukasa Buganda/Africa
Mulhhalmoni[goddess] Korea
Muliebris[goddess] Roman
Mulungu East Africa
Muluku Macoua/Africa
Munin Norse
Munthukh[goddess] Roman
Muses[goddess] Greek
Mushdama Mesopotamia
Muspelheim Norse
Muta[goddess] Roman
Mwambu Luyia/Africa
Myesyats Slavonic
Mylitta[goddess] Babylonian
Myrddin Celtic
Myrmidons Greek
Myrrha[goddess] Greek
Mystis[goddess] Greek
Naamah[goddess] Canaan
Nabu Babylonian
Nabudi[goddess] Australia
Naenia[goddess] Roman
Nagas Hindu
Naiads[goddess] Greek
Nai-No-Kami Japan
Nairyosangha Iran
Nambi[goddess] Buganda/Africa
Nammu[goddess] Sumeria
Namtar Babylonian
Namtaru Assyria
Nana Buluku[goddess] Fon/Africa
Nanan-Bouclou Africa
Nan-chi Hsien-weng China
Nanna Sumeria
Nanna[goddess] Norse
Nantosuelta[goddess] Gaul
Naoise Irish
Napaea, The[goddess] Greek
Naraka Hindu
Narcissus Greek
Nascio[goddess] Roman
Nastasija[goddess] Russia
Nastrand Norse
Nausicaa[goddess] Greek
Nausithoe[goddess] Greek
Ndauthina Fiji
Neaera[goddess] Greek
Nebo MidEast
Neb-Ti[goddess] Egypt
Necessitas[goddess] Roman
Nectar Greek
Neda[goddess] Greek
Nehalennia[goddess] Gaul
Nehallenia[goddess] Holland
Nelaima[goddess] Russia
Nemain Celtic
Nemea[goddess] Greek
Nemean Lion Greek
Nemesis[goddess] Greek
Nemetoma[goddess] Celtic
Nemon[goddess] Celtic
Neptune Roman
Nereids[goddess] Greek
Nereus Greek
Nergal Babylonian
Nerine[goddess] Roman
Nerio[goddess] Roman
Nesaru /Arikara
Ne Te-reere[goddess] Micronesia
Nevinbimbaau Melanesia
Ng ai Masai/Africa
Ngendei Oceania
Nicothoe[goddess] Greek
Nidaba[goddess] Sumeria
Nidhogg Norse
Nidhogg Norse
Niflheim Norse
Nike[goddess] Greek
Nikta[goddess] Greek
Ninhursag or Nintu[goddess] Sumerian
Ninlil Sumeria
Ninsar[goddess] Sumeria
Nintur[goddess] Babylonia
Ninurta Sumeria
Ni-O Buddhist
Niobe[goddess] Greek
Nirriti[goddess] Hindu
Nishanu /Arikara
Nissa[goddess] Greek
Niu Wang China
Nobu Oceania
Nodens Britain
No-Il Ja-Dae[goddess] Korea
Nona[goddess] Roman
Norov Russia
Nortia[goddess] Roman
Notos Greek
Nott[goddess] Norse
Nox[goddess] Roman
Nuada Celtic
Nu-kua[goddess] China
Numeria[goddess] Roman
Numina Roman
Numi-tarem Russia
Nundina[goddess] Roman
Nu Wa[goddess] China
Nyambe Western Tropics/Africa
Nyankopon Ashanti/Africa
Nyasaye Africa
Nyia Slavic
Nymphs[demi-goddess] Greek
Nyx[goddess] Greek
Nzame Africa
Oberon Britain
Oboto[goddess] Africa
Oceanides, The[goddess] Greek
Oceanus Greek
Ocypete[goddess] Greek
Oddudua[goddess] Puerto Rico
Odin Norse
Odudua-Orishala Yoruba/Africa
Odyne[goddess] Greek
Odysseus Greek
Oedipus Greek
Oenghus Irish
Oeno Greek
Oenone[goddess] Greek
Ogmios Celtic
Ogoun Haiti
Ogun Yoruba/Africa
Ogyrvran Celtic
Oisin Irish
Oklatabashin Choctaw
O-Kuni-Nushi Japan
Olokum[goddess] West Indies
Olokun Yoruba/Africa
Olorun Yoruba/Africa
Olosa[goddess] Puerto Rico
Olympians Greek
Omoigane Japan
Omphale[goddess] Greek OR
Onagh Celtic
Oncaea[goddess] Greek
Oneroi Greek
Ophion Greek
Ophiuchus Greek
Ophthalmitis[goddess] Greek
Opigena[goddess] Roman
Ops[goddess] Roman
Ora[goddess] Russia
Orbona[goddess] Roman
Orestes Greek
Orion Greek
Orisha Nla Yoruba/Africa
Ornis Greek
Oro Oceania
Orpheus Greek
Orseis[goddess] Greek
Orunmila Yoruba/Africa
Osanyin Africa
Oshe Yoruba/Africa
Oshun[goddess] West Indies
Osiris Egypt
Ossa[goddess] Greek
Osun[goddess] Africa
Ot[goddess] Russia
Otrere[goddess] Greek Amazon
Ottar Norse
Outgard Norse
Ove Oceania
Oya[goddess] Africa
Oya[goddess] West Indies
Pa[goddess] China
Pa[goddess] Canaan
Pa Cha[goddess] China
Paen Greek
Pai Chung China
Pai Liu-Fang China
Paiowa[goddess] Yana
Pai Yu China
Paka'a Oceania
Palamedes Greek
Palato[goddess] Roman
Pales[goddess] Roman
Pallas[goddess] Greek
Pallor[goddess] Roman
Palpinkalare[goddess] Australia
Pamphile[goddess] Greek
Pan Greek
Pana[goddess] Inuit
Panacea[goddess] Greek
Panacea[goddess] Roman
Panatis[goddess] Greek
P'an-Chin-Lien[goddess] China
Pandia[goddess] Greek
Pandora[goddess] Greek
Pandrosos[goddess] Greek
P'an Niang[goddess] China
Panope[goddess] Greek
Pao Yuan-ch'uan China
Papa[goddess] Hawaii
Papa[goddess] Maori
Parashurama Hindu
Parca[goddess] Roman
Paregoros[goddess] Greek
Parjanya Hindu
Parmaceia[goddess] Greek
Parnassides, The[goddess] Greek
Parthenope[goddess] Roman
Partholon Irish
Parvati[goddess] Hindu
Pasht[goddess] Egypt
Pasiphae[goddess] Greek
Patella[goddess] Roman
Patollo Baltic
Patrimpas Lithuania
Patroclus Greek
Paurnamasi[goddess] Hindu
Pax[goddess] Roman
Pazuzu Babylonia
Pecunia[goddess] Roman
Peitho[goddess] Greek
Pekko Finland
Pele[goddess] Polynesia
Pelonia[goddess] Roman
Penates Roman
Penelope[goddess] Greek
Penia[goddess] Greek
Penthus Greek
Pereplut[goddess] Slavic
Peri Persia
Perkuno Baltic
Persephone[goddess] Greek
Perseus Greek
Pertunda[goddess] Roman
Perun Slavic
Phaea[goddess] Greek
Phaedra[goddess] Greek
Phan Ku China
Phantasos Greek
Phebele Congo/Africa
Pheme Greek
Phemonoe[goddess] Greek
Philemon Roman
Philoctetes Greek
Philotes[goddess] Greek
Phobetus Greek
Phobus Greek
Phoebe[goddess] Greek
Phorcys Greek
Phospherus Greek
Phthonus Greek
Physis[goddess] Greek
Phytalus[goddess] Greek
Phytia[goddess] Greek
P'i Chia-Ma China
Picus Roman
Pien Ho Hindu
Pietas[goddess] Roman
Pikuolis Lithuania
Pilnytis Lithuania
Piluitus[goddess] Russia
Pipleia[goddess] Greek
Pithys[goddess] Greek
Pleiades[goddess] Greek
Ploto[goddess] Greek
Pluto Roman
Plutus Greek
Poena[goddess] Roman
Poene[goddess] Greek
Polyhymnia[goddess] Greek
Polynices Greek
Polyphemus Greek
Polyxena[goddess] Greek
Pomona[goddess] Roman
Portunus Roman
Porus Roman
Poseidon Greek
Poshjo-akka[goddess] Scandinavian
Postvorta[goddess] Roman
Pothos Greek
Potina Roman
Potrimpo Baltic
Po Yan Dari[goddess] Cambodia
Prajapati India
Praxidice[goddess] Greek
Praxidike[goddess] Roman
Priam Greek
Priapus Greek
Priapus Roman
Prithivi[goddess] Hindu
Procrustes Greek
Prometheus Greek
Proserpina[goddess] Roman
Prosymna[goddess] Greek
Proteus Greek
Protogenia[goddess] Greek
Protogonus Greek
Psamathe[goddess] Greek
Psyche[goddess] Roman
Ptah Egypt
Puchan Asian
Pudicitia[goddess] Roman
Pudicitia[goddess] Greek
Pukkeenegak[goddess] Eskimo
Purandhi[goddess] India
Purusha Hindu
Puskaitis Lithuania
Puta[goddess] Roman
Pwyll Celtic
Pygmalion Greek
Pygmies Greek
Pyrene[goddess] Greek
Pyrrha[goddess] Greek
Python Greek
Qadshu[goddess] Syria
Qakma[goddess] Bella Coola
Qetesh[goddess] Egypt
Quan Yin[goddess] China
Quat Melanesia
Quetzalcoatl Aztec
Quies[goddess] Roman
Quirinus Roman
Quiritis[goddess] Roman
Quootis-hooi[goddess] Chinook
Radha[goddess] Hindu
Ragno[goddess] Hopi
Raiden Japan
Rainha Barba[goddess] Brazil/Belem
Raksava India
Rakshas India
Rama Hindu
Ran[goddess] Norse
Rana Nedia[goddess] Lapland
Rangi Maori
Ranno Egypt
Rapithwin Persia
Rashnu Iran
Rati[goddess] Hindu
Rati[goddess] Bali
Rati-mbati-ndua Oceania
Ratri[goddess] Hindu/Vedic
Ratu-Mai-Mbula Fiji
Rauni[goddess] Finland
Renenet[goddess] Egypt
Resheph Mikal Phoenician
Rhacius Greek
Rhadamanthys Greek
Rhaecus Greek
Rhea[goddess] Greek
Rhea Silvia[goddess] Roman
Rhene[goddess] Greek
Rhesus Greek
Rhiannon[goddess] Wales
Rhode[goddess] Greek
Rhodope[goddess] Greek
Rhodopis[goddess] Greek
Rhodos[goddess] Greek
Rhoecus Greek
Rhoetus Greek
Rigosamos Celtic
Rimmon MidEast
Rind[goddess] Germanic
Ripheus Greek
Robigo[goddess] Roman
Robigus Roman
Rod Slavic
Rodasi[goddess] Hindu/Vedic
Roma[goddess] Roman
Romulus and Remus Roman
Rongo Maori
Roskva[goddess] Norse
Rosmerta Gaul
Rota[goddess] Scandinavian
Rua Tahiti
Ruahatu Oceania
Rudra Hindu
Rudrani[goddess] India
Rugaba Africa/Uganda
Rugiviet Slavic
Rukko[goddess] Mandan
Rultennin Russian
Rumia Dea[goddess] Roman
Rumina[goddess] Roman
Rumina[goddess] India
Rumor[goddess] Greek OR
Rumor Greek
Runcina[goddess] Roman
Rusalki[goddess] Slavonic/Russian
Rusina[goddess] Roman
Sabazius Greek
Sadarnuna[goddess] Sumeria
Sadb Celtic
Saga[goddess] Norse
Sagbata Dahomey/Africa
Salacia[goddess] Roman
Salamis[goddess] Greek
Salmacis[goddess] Greek
Salmaone[goddess] Greek
Salmoneus Greek
Salus[goddess] Roman
Samantha-Bhadra[goddess] Tibet
Samon Greek
Samundra[goddess] India
Sanape[goddess] Greek
Sangarius Greek
Sang-rgyas-mkhá[goddess] Tibet
Saning Sri[goddess] Java
Sanjna[goddess] Hindu
San Kuan China
Sao[goddess] Greek
Sao-ch'ing Niang[goddess] China
Saoshyant Iran
Sapentia[goddess] Roman
Sappho[goddess] Greek
Sarasvati[goddess] India
Sargon Mesopotamia
Sarpedon Greek
Sarudahiko China
Sati[goddess] Hindu
Sati Satis, Satet[goddess] Egypt
Saturn Roman
Satyr Greek
Satyrs Greek
Saule[goddess] Baltic
Saurus Greek
Savitar India
Scabies[goddess] Roman
Scamander Greek
Scamandrius Greek
Schedius Greek
Schoeneus Greek
Sciapodes Greek
Sciron Greek
Scotia[goddess] Greek
Scylla and Charybdis[goddess] Greek
Scythes Greek
Sebek Egypt
Secia[goddess] Roman
Sedna[goddess] Eskimo
Segetia Seja[goddess] Roman
Seker Egypt
Sekhet[goddess] Egypt
Sekhmet[goddess] Egypt
Selene[goddess] Greek
Selinus Greek
Selket[goddess] Egypt
Selu[goddess] Cherokee
Semargl Slavic
Semele[goddess] Greek
Semiramis[goddess] Greek
Senecta[goddess] Greek
Sengdroma[goddess] Tibet
Sentia Roman
Sequona[goddess] Celtic
Serapis Egypt
Serestus Greek
Sergestus Greek
Serket Egypt
Seshat[goddess] Egypt
Sessrumnir Germanic
Set Egypt
Seth Egypt
Setekh Egypt
Sgeg-mo-ma[goddess] Tibet
Shagpona Yoruba/Africa
Shahar Canaan
Shai Egypt
Shakuru Pawnee
Shalim Canaan
Shamish Babylonian
Shang Chien China
Shango Yoruba/Africa
Shang Ti China
Shapshu[goddess] Canaan
Shashti[goddess] Hindu
She chi China
Sheger Canaan
Sheng Mu[goddess] China
Shen Hsui-Chih China
Shen Nung China
Shih Liang China
Shilup Chito Osh Choctaw
Shine-Tsu-Hiko Japan
Shiu Fang China
Shony Celtic
Shoten Japan
Shou-lao China
Shu and Tefnut Egypt
Shun I Fu-jen[goddess] China
Shuzanghu India
Si[goddess] Peru
Sibyls[goddess] Greek
Siden[goddess] Greek
Sidero[goddess] Greek
Sien-Tsang[goddess] China
Sif[goddess] Norse
Sigfried Sigurd Norse
Signy[goddess] Norse
Sigurd Germanic
Sigyn[goddess] Germanic
Silenus Greek
Silenus Greek
Silvanus Roman
Sin Babylonian
Sinis Greek
Sinon Greek
Sinope[goddess] Greek
Sio Humis Hopi
Sirêne[goddess] Haiti
Sirens, The[goddess] Greek
Siris[goddess] Babylonian
Sirona[goddess] Gaul
Sisyphus Greek
Sitala Shatala[goddess] Hindu
Sithon Greek
Siva Shiva India/Hindu
Sjofn[goddess] Norse
Skadi Skade[goddess] Norse
Skanda Hindu
Skidbladnir Norse
Skirnir Norse
Skuld[goddess] Scandinavia
Sleipnir Norse
Smotef Egypt
Smyrna Myrrh[goddess] Greek
Snotra[goddess] Norse
Snouf Egypt
Sobek Egypt
Sol Roman
Solois Greek
Soma India or
Soma Asian
Somnus Roman
Sopatrus Greek
Sophax Greek
Sophrosyne[goddess] Greek
Sopona Yoruba/Africa
Soteira[goddess] Greek
Sottef Egypt
Souconna[goddess] Celtic
Sparta[goddess] Greek
Speio[goddess] Greek
Spercheius Greek
Spermo Greek
Sphinx Egypt/Greek
Sraddha[goddess] Hindu
Sraosha Iran
Sreng Celtic
Ssu-ma Hsiang-ju China
Staphylus Greek
Stentor Greek
Sterope[goddess] Greek
Stheneboea[goddess] Greek
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ACOHANTA Goddess of Direction.
ARADIA Goddess who protects all
CHIMA Goddess of Love and Beauty
CORI God of the Sun
IROSA Goddess of the Moon
ISIS Goddess who Protects health during Surgery
JORECH God of Exchange, monetary and trade
JUNIPERUS God of Healing
MAITZ God of Battle
MINIERVA Goddess of Procrastination
NARVOR God of Time
ROSSONO God of the Arts
SEVRAYA Goddess of the Rainbow
SYAN God who guides men
TORNIN God of Learning
TRICHOR God of Balance
VENEXA Goddess who guides women
ZANURAYE Goddess who Guides Female Teenagers
ZANURON God who Guides Male Teenagers
ZIMIA Goddess who Guides Female Children
ZIMIAN God who Guides Male Children
ZORAYAN God of Change. Also takes souls from dead physical bodies and
brings them to the astral world.
Post by duke
ZORUCHEN God/ess who Guards Babies
Bill Mech
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Puck Greenman
2004-06-27 02:27:36 UTC
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Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Puck Greenman

#162

BAAWA Knight.

Blesed is the self righteous xtian,
for his is the sure and certain knowledge
that no matter what load of tripe he
comes out with:
God told him to say it.
duke
2004-06-27 18:43:44 UTC
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Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.

That's my God.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-27 18:49:28 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Post by duke
That's my God.
That's your *imaginary friend*

-n
duke
2004-06-27 22:12:46 UTC
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Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.




duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Nikolaos D. Bougalis
2004-06-28 00:18:55 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
And you know that how? Because you claim to have books from 4 of them?

-n
RoyBoy
2004-06-28 16:01:18 UTC
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Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:49:28 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even
existed...
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
How many witnessed the rise from the dead?
Different accounts have significantly differing lists,
although apologetics insists the stories with fewer
people simply didn't mention everyone.
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
And you know that how?
Because you claim to have books from 4 of them?
Four anonymous and contradictory books.
TCS
2004-06-28 16:24:27 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:49:28 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third
day rose from the dead.
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he
died, that
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even
existed...
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
How many witnessed the rise from the dead?
Different accounts have significantly differing lists,
although apologetics insists the stories with fewer
people simply didn't mention everyone.
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
And you know that how?
Because you claim to have books from 4 of them?
Four anonymous and contradictory books.
not even. mark was copied by mathew and luke.
http://www.geocities.com/paulntobin/mark.html
duke
2004-06-29 10:20:14 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
And you know that how? Because you claim to have books from 4 of them?
People have been writing and talking about it continuously for 2000 years now. The "4
books" are only a piece of the action.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Bill
2004-06-29 21:27:40 UTC
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On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 17:18:55 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
And you know that how? Because you claim to have books from 4 of them?
People have been writing and talking about it continuously for 2000 years now. The "4
books" are only a piece of the action.
duke
For 50,000 years humans thought the world was flat and the sun revolved
around the earth. This was not proof that
the earth was flat and the Sun was a satellite of the earth. It was merely a
false and unsubstantiated opinion.
It would appear that your Jesus myth falls into the same category. Can you
submit objective evidence to refute that???

Bill
BTR1701
2004-06-28 03:19:07 UTC
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On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:49:28 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day
rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
Not as many as witnessed Bastet killed on the hexagon and rise from the
dead to smite her executioners.
Don Kresch
2004-06-28 03:53:41 UTC
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In alt.atheism on Sun, 27 Jun 2004 17:12:46 -0500, duke
Post by duke
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
Oh, a book says they did. One book. Just one.

That's it.

Not evidence.


Don
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Atheist Minister for St. Dogbert.

"No being is so important that he can usurp the rights of another"
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duke
2004-06-29 10:23:03 UTC
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Post by Don Kresch
Post by duke
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
Oh, a book says they did. One book. Just one.
That's it.
Not evidence.
My evidence is based on fact.

It started off as 12 men, and now we count 2 billion. It has been witnessed, written
about, and spoken of for 2000 years now without so much as a moment of falseness showing
up.

Look at it this way, if it had been fake, it would have died out 2000 years ago.

duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
thomas p
2004-06-29 18:59:12 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Don Kresch
Post by duke
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
Oh, a book says they did. One book. Just one.
That's it.
Not evidence.
My evidence is based on fact.
It started off as 12 men, and now we count 2 billion. It has been witnessed, written
about, and spoken of for 2000 years now without so much as a moment of falseness showing
up.
Look at it this way, if it had been fake, it would have died out 2000 years ago.
An argument you don't accept yourself when applied to other, older
religions. Your dishonesty continues.
Firelock
2004-06-29 19:24:44 UTC
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Post by duke
My evidence is based on fact.
You have no evidence, nor do you have any facts.
Post by duke
It started off as 12 men, and now we count 2 billion. It has
been witnessed, written about, and spoken of for 2000 years
now without so much as a moment of falseness showing up.
If there weren't any moments of "falseness", then how come
there are so many contradictory sects of christianity in
the world today?
Post by duke
Look at it this way, if it had been fake, it would have died
out 2000 years ago.
Then why haven't Hinduism, Islam, and all the other "fakes"
died out by now? You kill your own points as you try to
make them.

Walt Smith
Firelock on DALNet
Mike Painter
2004-06-29 23:27:56 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Don Kresch
Post by duke
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
Oh, a book says they did. One book. Just one.
That's it.
Not evidence.
My evidence is based on fact.
It started off as 12 men, and now we count 2 billion. It has been witnessed, written
about, and spoken of for 2000 years now without so much as a moment of falseness showing
up.
Look at it this way, if it had been fake, it would have died out 2000 years ago.
Since Islam has about the same 2 billion in a lot less time and is growing
faster, it also must be true or it would have died out over 1000 years ago.
It started out with just one man instead of 12.
It also is marginally more coherent that christianity which has 20,000
different sects, all claiming to be correct.
It has more history on it's side since it worships, not the gods of
christianity, but the god of the old testament.
Bill
2004-06-29 21:17:42 UTC
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On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:49:28 -0700, "Nikolaos D. Bougalis"
Post by Nikolaos D. Bougalis
Post by duke
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
You assert he did that, but have absolutely no proof that he died, that
he was crucified, that he rose from the dead or that he even existed...
Oh, lots and lots of people witnessed it.
Even if this story were true ( and there is NO evidence that is anything but
a story ) this is not proof or evidence that he was a God!

When are you going to provide us with this evidence for the existence of
your God? You have been dodging this issue
for this whole post. Could it be that you have no "evidence" just your
frightened opinion??
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
2004-06-27 20:42:52 UTC
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Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?

And you're proud of wasting your life on this loser because...
(fill in the blank)

Why not waste the next decade of your life on "Jeff, the God of
Biscuits" At least his history doesn't involve knocking up underage
girls, making his illegitimate son live in poverty then subsist on
charity until finally allowing him to shuffle off his mortal coil by
being crucified. Don't take this the wrong way Duke, but you are a
fucking dumbass. I'm just trying to help.
Post by duke
duke
*****
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#2139
Denigrator of Theists
BAAWA acolyte
duke
2004-06-27 22:15:50 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.

Beautiful. For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his life for the
other.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
2004-06-27 23:37:47 UTC
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Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.
Beautiful. For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his life for the
other.
Given certain circumstances I would give my life for another, as many
other humans have done. What does that have to do with an omnipresent,
omniscient being giving their life for humans to protect them from
itself? It would be like me pretending to kill myself so that I would
save an ant colony from my dousing it with gasoline and setting it on
fire. Your Jesus story makes no sense. Even the ants would be smart
enough to say "What is that fucking idiot human doing?"

No, more likely, your Jesus claimed to be god and got killed for it.
Now *that* makes sense.
Post by duke
duke
*****
<snip>
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#2139
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bob young
2004-06-28 06:48:00 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.
Beautiful. For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his life for the
other.
Given certain circumstances I would give my life for another, as many
other humans have done. What does that have to do with an omnipresent,
omniscient being giving their life for humans to protect them from
itself? It would be like me pretending to kill myself so that I would
save an ant colony from my dousing it with gasoline and setting it on
fire. Your Jesus story makes no sense. Even the ants would be smart
enough to say "What is that fucking idiot human doing?"
No, more likely, your Jesus claimed to be god and got killed for it.
Now *that* makes sense.
They call it Sales Promotion today
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Post by duke
duke
*****
<snip>
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#2139
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duke
2004-06-29 10:25:26 UTC
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Post by duke
Beautiful. For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his life for the
other.
Given certain circumstances I would give my life for another, as many
other humans have done. What does that have to do with an omnipresent,
omniscient being giving their life for humans to protect them from
itself?
You need to work on your facts. Jesus was fully man.
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Your Jesus story makes no sense. Even the ants would be smart
enough to say "What is that fucking idiot human doing?"
You talk with the ants?
Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
No, more likely, your Jesus claimed to be god and got killed for it.
Now *that* makes sense.
Especially to ants.


duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
sAnToLiNa
2004-06-28 01:03:01 UTC
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Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.
Beautiful. For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his life for the
other.
Except that Him being God and all He knew he would rise again in three days.
In fact, Him being God and all He knew that He wasn't going to really "die"
at all. Him being God and all He knew that all He had to endure was one
really shitty Friday afternoon as a mortal and then it's eternity as the
King of the Universe. Some gift. Hell, I'd endure a few hours of torture
if I knew that I would be King of the Universe for eternity afterwards,
that's a no-brainer. Got that? I am every bit as loving and noble as God,
because I'd do exactly what He did given the chance.

If God REALLY loved us He'd kill Himself FOR REAL for our sakes.
duke
2004-06-29 10:26:54 UTC
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Post by sAnToLiNa
Except that Him being God and all He knew he would rise again in three days.
You're confusing the divine with the fully human Jesus.




duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Bill
2004-06-29 21:50:46 UTC
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Post by sAnToLiNa
Except that Him being God and all He knew he would rise again in three days.
You're confusing the divine with the fully human Jesus.
Your creating scenarios to fit your fantasies.
Post by duke
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
sAnToLiNa
2004-06-30 02:54:26 UTC
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Post by sAnToLiNa
Except that Him being God and all He knew he would rise again in three days.
You're confusing the divine with the fully human Jesus.
What's the difference?
BTR1701
2004-06-28 03:17:35 UTC
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Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will
tell you exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day
rose from the dead. That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.
And Bastet became woman to die on the hexagon for people with blue eyes.
Post by duke
Beautiful. For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his
life for the other.
Well, a brand new Porsche is close.
bob young
2004-06-28 06:46:35 UTC
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Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.
Beautiful.
Yes a beautiful story. The annals of human literature are chock a block full of similar
stories, as that's all they are
Post by duke
For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his life for the
other.
duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
duke
2004-06-29 10:28:08 UTC
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Post by duke
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.
Beautiful.
Yes a beautiful story. The annals of human literature are chock a block full of similar
stories, as that's all they are
Except one.



duke
*****
I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear
it now. When he comes, the Holy Spirit will declare
to you the things that are coming. John 16:12-15.
*****
Bill
2004-06-29 21:45:45 UTC
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Post by z***@knowshpamatyahoo.com
Post by duke
Post by Puck Greenman
Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
It was the ultimate gift - God become man to die on the cross for mankind.
Beautiful. For no greater gift can one man give another than to give his life for the
other.
Can't you see the gross contradictions in this belief?

God according to the Christian religion is all powerful, created the
universe, the world and everything in it.
Why on earth would he have his son be born of a virgin, grow up to be an
illiterate carpenter and preach
his doctrines to only a small fraction of the human race and the let his son
be nailed to a cross to pay for our sins
when God created the sins in the first place? Can't you see the ridiculous
contradictions in this whole Jesus
scenario? He must be truly sadistic bastard. If God is so powerful why
didn't he just forgive those sins and spare
his illiterate son those agonies. Why didn't he just appear on earth and do
what he wanted to do instead of
going through all this nonsense?

By the way, there are thousands of God beliefs. What evidence do you have
that your God is the real God???
Maybe he is an imposter.
bob young
2004-06-28 06:44:59 UTC
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Post by Puck Greenman
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Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose from the dead.
That's my God.
Oh, brilliant. Most "gods" could probably manage to not get themselves
tortured and killed by mortals in the first place. Is that the best
plan your, heh heh, "god" could come up with?
And you're proud of wasting your life on this loser because...
(fill in the blank)
Why not waste the next decade of your life on "Jeff, the God of
Biscuits" At least his history doesn't involve knocking up underage
girls, making his illegitimate son live in poverty then subsist on
charity until finally allowing him to shuffle off his mortal coil by
being crucified. Don't take this the wrong way Duke, but you are a
fucking dumbass. I'm just trying to help.
Those idiots back then who presented the illegitimate son as a 'son of god' forgot that in
later years when humans were less gullible they might challenge the fact that this son was
unheard of up to age around twentyone!

Still the story charmed them all at the time and some fools today still fall for it!
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duke
*****
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BTR1701
2004-06-28 03:14:46 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by bob young
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell
you exactly the same thing......
.................Grow UP
None of these ever lifted a wooden finger.
Which puts them in exactly the same league as your chosen god.
Quite the opposite. Mine guy died on the cross and on the third day rose
from the dead.
That's my God.
My girl died spread-eagled on a hexagon and came back 3.1415927 hours
later and smote those who killed her.

That's my god.
Pangur Ban
2004-06-27 04:38:48 UTC
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Post by duke
Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
There is only one.
Stupid fool, ask the followers of any one of these and they will tell you
exactly the same thing......
..................Grow UP
Post by duke
Anu [goddess] [Ana, Annan, Annis, Black Annis,Buanann, Eire,Iath n'
Anann]
Creator of Life; Mother and Guardian; Wealth; Earth and Nature; Sky and
Heaven Ireland
One of my favorite aspects of Divinity.
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Danu [goddess] Mother and Guardian; Education and Knowledge; Prosperity;
Another favorite!
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Bes Egypt
Have a great photo of myself with a statue of Bes
in Saqqarra!
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Cernunnos Celtic
Another favorite.
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Anubis: This jackal-headed god looked after the dead, and was in charge
of the important task of mummification.
Also the aspect of healing......

Hey!!! Where's Taweret?
I brought home a lovely statuette of her from
Egypt! Never mind - found the alternate spelling
further down
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Post by duke
Gaea[goddess] Greek
An aspect of the Great Goddess.......Christianity
surely made a mistake by dismissing women from its
aspects - although the Catholics do come close
with Mary.
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Post by duke
Tauret Egypt
Pangur
Puck Greenman
2004-06-26 23:01:27 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
There is only one.
But which one?

There is exactly the same amount of evidence for all of them.

Puck Greenman

#162

BAAWA Knight.

Blesed is the self righteous xtian,
for his is the sure and certain knowledge
that no matter what load of tripe he
comes out with:
God told him to say it.
ZenIsWhen
2004-06-26 03:09:44 UTC
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The one that has valid scientific evidence for support...........i.e., none!
bob young
2004-06-26 04:59:03 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
?
Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us? Non of these supposed
messages from god have reached more than a small fraction of the people of
the world over the life span of human existence on earth. And they are all
creations of man only claimed to be inspired by a god. As an example of
crudity, there is no evidence that the Bible was dictated by god to mortal
scribes; it was written and embellished by some 40 authors - claimed
prophets, kings, politicians and clergymen in a variety of styles over a
1600 year period.
It was written in Hebrew, Greek (vernacular), Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic and
Latin. On stone, wood, clay, goatskin and papyrus.
It is an amalgam of history, tales and fiction. It is so abstruse that
almost any interpretation that one likes can be claimed.
Why doesn't the supposed "real god" communicate directly with all of mankind
in a clear and easily understood manner?
If man, who was supposedly created by god, can efficiently and clearly
communicate with the almost the whole world via phone, radio and TV why can'
t god communicate in at least as effective manner? Why doesn't he tell us
clearly and effectively what he expects of us and what rewards we will
receive if we obey his demands?
Why does God not let those that have died, and gone to a so-called heaven,
communicate with the living and authenticate this castle in the sky after
death?
The evidence is rather substantial.....
Hey Bill that is an understatement. That all gods are man made is totally
acceptable and factual to any sane clear thinking individual. Without a shadow
of doubt, authentic, well founded, veracious and genuine.
Post by Bill
.......that all the Gods are a creation of mans
imagination. They have been created to salve mans fear of the finality of
death.
Undeniably accurate

bob
A Brit.
Hong Kong

India has 2,000,000 gods, and worships them all. In religion other countries
are paupers; India is the only millionaire. [Mark Twain]
Post by Bill
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Bill
Pangur Ban
2004-06-27 04:00:18 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
All of them were and are "true" Each god and
goddess through humankind's long history is simply
one aspect of the Divine Spirit......the Eternal
Being.....the Ultimate Intelligence.
Post by Bill
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
Why should the Divine Spirit bother? Humans are
simply not that important in the vast universe.
Post by Bill
?
Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us? Non of these supposed
messages from god have reached more than a small fraction of the people of
the world over the life span of human existence on earth. And they are all
creations of man only claimed to be inspired by a god. As an example of
crudity, there is no evidence that the Bible was dictated by god to mortal
scribes; it was written and embellished by some 40 authors - claimed
prophets, kings, politicians and clergymen in a variety of styles over a
1600 year period.
"God" - just one aspect of the Divine Spirit - was
created - as are all the gods and goddesses - by
humans. The bible and ALL other religious texts
were written by (predominantly) men - for all the
reasons humans have for doing such things:
attempts to explain natural phenomena; to pass
along observations and experiences accumulated
over long periods (prohibitions against eating
pork, for example); to make rules for living in a
community and giving those rules "force" by
declaring them "divinely inspired"; to maintain
power; to declare prejudices as divinely
inspired; to uplift those in despair; to offer
comfort to those grieving; to justify conquest,
murder, and genocide. In short - for a variety
of motivations - some benign and some definitely
not.
Post by Bill
It was written in Hebrew, Greek (vernacular), Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic and
Latin. On stone, wood, clay, goatskin and papyrus.
It is an amalgam of history, tales and fiction. It is so abstruse that
almost any interpretation that one likes can be claimed.
Very true.
Post by Bill
Why doesn't the supposed "real god" communicate directly with all of mankind
in a clear and easily understood manner?
Why should the Divine Spirit do so? See above.
To expect "special attention" from the Divine
Creator is childish - like tugging on mommy
demanding attention. It is perhaps a holdover
from the idea that the earth was the center of the
solar system - it makes humans feel important and
vindicated as being "special" and the center of
"god's" attention. The bible recognized this when
one of its authors claimed that god knew the fall
of each sparrow.
Post by Bill
If man, who was supposedly created by god, can efficiently and clearly
communicate with the almost the whole world via phone, radio and TV why can'
t god communicate in at least as effective manner? Why doesn't he tell us
clearly and effectively what he expects of us and what rewards we will
receive if we obey his demands?
See above.
Post by Bill
Why does God not let those that have died, and gone to a so-called heaven,
communicate with the living and authenticate this castle in the sky after
death?
I am not a christian and do not follow the
christian beliefs in heaven. That said - I do
know (and yes, I mean exactly that word) that some
part of us all - the soul - the spirit - does
survive after death of the body. It was an
experience I had which convinced me of the
survival of what is called the soul or spirit -
what I call the Divine Spark in each of us. My
dearest friend was an atheist and one who said
that this life on earth was all there was - we
would argue this over and over. Then he had an
experience of his own....which made him begin to
wonder for a bit - and which he then rejected as a
"brain fart". LOL A few months ago I was with
him on a brief holiday and witnessed his second
experience. This one impacted both of us as the
"message" we received saved us from (and I am not
trying to be dramatic) mortal danger.

Those who have died can and do communicate with us
- not with all - not in the manner that tv and
movies have led us to expect - and not when WE
want them to do so.
Post by Bill
The evidence is rather substantial that all the Gods are a creation of mans
imagination. They have been created to salve mans fear of the finality of
death.
I agree that the gods and goddesses are human
creations - attempts to encompass by humanizing
that which is greater than our ability to
comprehend. I disagree that their sole purpose is
to salve the fear of death....and stated those
purposes above. Death is the greatest mystery -
and no one has the answers - but I do have one
tiny fact which was proved to my satisfaction -
the soul/spirit does survive death. What that
soul/spirit does or experiences and in what form
(if any) is unknown to anyone.

Pangur
Bill
2004-06-27 17:14:34 UTC
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"I agree that the gods and goddesses are human
creations - attempts to encompass by humanizing
that which is greater than our ability to
comprehend. I disagree that their sole purpose is
to salve the fear of death....and stated those
purposes above. Death is the greatest mystery -
and no one has the answers - but I do have one
tiny fact which was proved to my satisfaction -
the soul/spirit does survive death. What that
soul/spirit does or experiences and in what form
(if any) is unknown to anyone."

"Pangur Ban"

Why don't you enlighten us with the facts or proof of a soul.spirit
survival after death?


--
Bill
Post by Pangur Ban
Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
All of them were and are "true" Each god and
goddess through humankind's long history is simply
one aspect of the Divine Spirit......the Eternal
Being.....the Ultimate Intelligence.
Post by Bill
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
Why should the Divine Spirit bother? Humans are
simply not that important in the vast universe.
Post by Bill
?
Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us? Non of these supposed
messages from god have reached more than a small fraction of the people of
the world over the life span of human existence on earth. And they are all
creations of man only claimed to be inspired by a god. As an example of
crudity, there is no evidence that the Bible was dictated by god to mortal
scribes; it was written and embellished by some 40 authors - claimed
prophets, kings, politicians and clergymen in a variety of styles over a
1600 year period.
"God" - just one aspect of the Divine Spirit - was
created - as are all the gods and goddesses - by
humans. The bible and ALL other religious texts
were written by (predominantly) men - for all the
attempts to explain natural phenomena; to pass
along observations and experiences accumulated
over long periods (prohibitions against eating
pork, for example); to make rules for living in a
community and giving those rules "force" by
declaring them "divinely inspired"; to maintain
power; to declare prejudices as divinely
inspired; to uplift those in despair; to offer
comfort to those grieving; to justify conquest,
murder, and genocide. In short - for a variety
of motivations - some benign and some definitely
not.
Post by Bill
It was written in Hebrew, Greek (vernacular), Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic and
Latin. On stone, wood, clay, goatskin and papyrus.
It is an amalgam of history, tales and fiction. It is so abstruse that
almost any interpretation that one likes can be claimed.
Very true.
Post by Bill
Why doesn't the supposed "real god" communicate directly with all of mankind
in a clear and easily understood manner?
Why should the Divine Spirit do so? See above.
To expect "special attention" from the Divine
Creator is childish - like tugging on mommy
demanding attention. It is perhaps a holdover
from the idea that the earth was the center of the
solar system - it makes humans feel important and
vindicated as being "special" and the center of
"god's" attention. The bible recognized this when
one of its authors claimed that god knew the fall
of each sparrow.
Post by Bill
If man, who was supposedly created by god, can efficiently and clearly
communicate with the almost the whole world via phone, radio and TV why can'
t god communicate in at least as effective manner? Why doesn't he tell us
clearly and effectively what he expects of us and what rewards we will
receive if we obey his demands?
See above.
Post by Bill
Why does God not let those that have died, and gone to a so-called heaven,
communicate with the living and authenticate this castle in the sky after
death?
I am not a christian and do not follow the
christian beliefs in heaven. That said - I do
know (and yes, I mean exactly that word) that some
part of us all - the soul - the spirit - does
survive after death of the body. It was an
experience I had which convinced me of the
survival of what is called the soul or spirit -
what I call the Divine Spark in each of us. My
dearest friend was an atheist and one who said
that this life on earth was all there was - we
would argue this over and over. Then he had an
experience of his own....which made him begin to
wonder for a bit - and which he then rejected as a
"brain fart". LOL A few months ago I was with
him on a brief holiday and witnessed his second
experience. This one impacted both of us as the
"message" we received saved us from (and I am not
trying to be dramatic) mortal danger.
Those who have died can and do communicate with us
- not with all - not in the manner that tv and
movies have led us to expect - and not when WE
want them to do so.
Post by Bill
The evidence is rather substantial that all the Gods are a creation of mans
imagination. They have been created to salve mans fear of the finality of
death.
I agree that the gods and goddesses are human
creations - attempts to encompass by humanizing
that which is greater than our ability to
comprehend. I disagree that their sole purpose is
to salve the fear of death....and stated those
purposes above. Death is the greatest mystery -
and no one has the answers - but I do have one
tiny fact which was proved to my satisfaction -
the soul/spirit does survive death. What that
soul/spirit does or experiences and in what form
(if any) is unknown to anyone.
Pangur
Mark Richardson
2004-06-28 02:23:41 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Ok.
Post by Bill
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
All of them were god to someone.
None of them were my god.
Post by Bill
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
?
To many hypotheticals in your question.

Also what is a "real god"?
Was Caesar Augustus a real god?
He was real and he was a god so by conjunction (logical AND) that
would make him a real god - but I somehow think that isn't what you
mean.
I don't know what it could mean though.

<Snip lots of hypothetical questions about Yahweh.>

Mark.



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nobody
2004-06-29 11:00:09 UTC
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Post by Bill
Let's consider the possibility or improbability of gods.
Over the centuries people have believed in and adored hundreds of different
gods. Were any of them really god? If so, which one?
All of them. Some of them. One of them. None of them. The next one.
The one after that.
Post by Bill
If any of these gods were a real god and creator of the universe and
everything in it, why doesn't he inform us clearly that it is the "real god"
?
If so, why should it?
Post by Bill
Why does he use abstruse and unauthenticated documents like the Bible, the
Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita etc. to communicate with us?
Why not?

Anthropomorphizing an unknwon sounds just as silly trying to justify
an atheistic viewpoint as does it trying to justify a theistic one.
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