Hindu fire god.
Correspondences: fire opal, red poppy, lion, the wand.
Islamic..supreme god of Muslim monotheism.
Egyptian sun god
Correspondences: star ruby, turquoise, amethyst, sapphire, olive, shamrock, aloe, unicorn, elephant, musk, cedar, crook, sceptre.
Egyptian God of the Underworld; presiding over embalming, the conducting of the souls to the underworld, and the weighing of their hearts.
Correspondences: opal, pearl, jackal, hermaphrodite, fish, dolphin, the mineral mercury.
Greek Sun God, portrayed as a radiant youth; also the god of poetry and the arts often shown carrying a lyre. Correspondences: topaz, yellow diamond, jacinth, acacia, bay, laurel, sunflower, heliotrope, pheonix, lion, centaur, horse, dog, bow and arrow.
Roman god of wine. Greek equivalent, Dionysus.
Egyptian protector of women in pregnancy and childbirth.
Japanese god of war and good luck.
Indian. Founder of Buddhist religion...not a god technically but a source of inspiration.
Correspondences: topaz, yellow diamond, acacia, bay, laurel, vine, pheonix, lion, child.
Celtic horned god. God of the witches. God of nature/fertility.
Native American. A trickster figure. His tricks represented the natural phenomena that helped mankind.
Roman god of love. Son of Venus and Mars/Mercury.
Celtic Father God, depicted with a club and a cauldron of plenty. Strength, wisdom, sexual potency, fertility, abundance, a battle god, and a god of music.
Greek god of wine, fertility and ecstacy. Roman name Bacchus.
One of Rome's most ancient nature gods. protected woods, fields, and shepherds.
Scandanavian god of fertility.
Japanese Buddhist god of wisdom.
Chinese god of happiness. Symbol is the bat.
Hindu elephant-headed god of good fortune, wisdom, and literature. Remover of obstacles.
Correspondences: quartz, mandrake, damiana, elephant, jasmine, ginseng.
Greek God of the underworld. Holds the souls of the dead. Roman name Pluto.
Grek sun god.
Greek God of communication, Magic, Medicine, Merchants, Thieves and Liars. Roman name Mercury. Roman name is Mercury.
Correspondences: opal, fire-opal, agate, vervane, hermaphrodite, jackal, swallow, ibis, ape.
British Stag/Horned God, leader of the wild hunt associated with Windsor Great Park.
Egyptian Sun God, shown with a falcons head. Son of Isis and Osiris. Had two eyes: the sun and the moon. Struggle between the powers of light and fertility with death and darkness.
Correspondences: ruby, and any red stone, oak, nettle, rue, horse, bear, wolf, sword, spear, scourge, and chain.
Greek god of sleep.
Hindu god of battles and rain. weapon was the thunderbolt.
Roman God of Doorways shown with two faces looking in opposite directions.
Roman supreme god. Mainly a god of all weather.
Correspondences: olive, shamrock, red poppy, unicorn, eagle.
Scandanavian trickster god. More malevolent than the Coyote of Native Americans.
Celtic Sun God.
"Light-bearer" Father of Aradia.
Nordic moon god.
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Celtic Sea God.
Roman War God, Greek Name is Ares, lover of Venus.
Roman sea god. Originally a fresh water god until he was equated with Poseidon, then became god of the seas and oceans.
Correspondences: Beryl, aquamarine, pearl, all water plants, all ocean animals, magic mirror.
Nordic All-father. Master of the Runes. Scandanavian god of war, magic, poetry, cunning and the dead. Lived in Valhalla, afterworld for warriors, had two ravens, an eight-legged horse, magic spear and ring.
Correspondences: star ruby, turquoise, opal, hermaphrodite, jackal.
Egyptian god of the afterlife, vegetation, and fertility.
Greek God of the Wild Wood; Depicted as a half man-half goat, a satyr. and played a magical flute. God of fertility, mischief, and fun, but can be over-powering.
Greek Sun God, depicted with trident. Roman name Neptune.
Egyptian Sun God.
Hindu. Lord of the dance. God of cosmic rhythm, death and rebirth.
Roman god of property and fixer of boundaries which were marked by stones.
Egyptian god of wisdom and writing.
Nordic/Scandinavian God of Thunder and Industry, depicted with a hammer. Husband of Sif.
Roman god of fire and metalworking. "Jewler of the gods".
Greek King of the Gods; God of the Sky. Roman name Jupiter.
(Excerpts taken from "The Witches' God" by Janet and Stewart Farrar. Phoenix Publishing. 1989.
A companion book to "The Witches' Goddess". And "To Ride A Silver Broomstick" by Silver RavenWolf Copyright 1993.)