Loki,(aka Logi (‘wildfire’), Loge (German)) is the trickster of the Scandinavian pantheon. Scholars consider him a psychological aspect of Odin, but mythology records him as a son of the giant Farbauti and one of his wives, the giantess Laufey. (He is also foster-brother to Odin.) He was married to the faithful Sigyn. To call Loki … Continue Reading
Monthly Archives:: November 2011
Liber is the Roman God of wild nature, fertility, ecstasy and wine. His Greek counterparts are Dionysos, and Bakchos.
Legba is the Voodoo (Vodun, Vodou) lwa (aka loa or god/dess) of the sun and is the chief god of the pantheon. Legba is also a lwa of communication, and can be compared to Mercury or Hermes.
Khnum, called the potter, is the creater-god of Elephantine in Egypt. He created mankind on his potter’s wheel. Khnum is associated with the ram.
Khons (aka Khonsu, Khensu) is the Egyptian Moon God of Thebes. In later times, he is known as a God of healing.
Kore, (aka Persephone) is the Greek queen of the underworld. Her father is Zeus and her mother is Demeter, Zeus’ sister.
Khepera (aka Khepri) is the rising sun in Egyptian myth. He is associated with the scarab beetle.
The Celtic horned God of animals, woodlands, nature and the underworld. He is a God of fertility. this ultra-male God is invoked for virility, lust, reincarnation, crossroads, wealth, warriors and commerce.
Juno is the Roman Goddess of women and motherhood. She is wedded to Jupiter and her Greek counterpart is Hera.
Jupiter is the Roman God of the sky, and is the father of gods and men, in Roman mythology. His Greek counterpart is Zeus.