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Ancient Egyptian Gods (The Most Complete List)

The Egyptian pantheon is full of many deities, each with its own significance, myths and symbolism. Some of these beings goes through several ...

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Coeus – Titan God of Intellect

In Greek mythology, Coeus was the Titan god of the inquisitive mind and intellect. He was a first generation Titan who ruled the cosmos with his siblings. ...

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Ancient Aztec Symbols: Understanding Their Meaning

The Aztec civilization, just like those of the Maya, Inca, and the other major Mesoamerican and South American civilizations, was steeped in religious and ...

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Susanoo –Japanese God of Sea Storms

Susanoo is one of the most famous deities in Japanese Shintoism. As the god of the sea and of storms, he had great importance for the island nation. Unlike ...

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Fujin – The Wind God in Japanese Mythology

Fujin is the Japanese god of wind, worshipped in Shintoism, Buddhism, and Daoism alike. Like most wind deities in other religions, Fujin isn’t the most famous ...

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Bakeneko Cat – Japanese Feline Spirits

Virtually every culture that’s shared its streets and homes with cats has some fascinating myths about these elegant animals. Some worship them as gods, ...

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Obake and Bakemono – Japanese Ghosts, Shapeshifters, or Something Else Entirely?

Trying to sift through the different spirits, ghosts, and supernatural creatures in Japanese mythology can seem daunting at first, especially if you’re new ...

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Izanami and Izanagi – Japanese Gods of Creation and Death

Just like Zeus and Hera in Greek mythology, Odin and Frigg in Norse myths, and Osiris and Isis in Egypt, Izanagi and Izanami are the Father and Mother ...

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Amaterasu – Goddess, Mother and Queen

In Japan, also known as The Land of the Rising Sun, the Sun Goddess Amaterasu is regarded as the Supreme Deity in Shintoism. Viewed as the mother of the ...

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From Fenrir to Sleipnir: Explaining Norse Mythology’s Creatures

The nine worlds of Norse mythology are full of bizarre mythical creatures such as giants, dwarves, elves, norns and the Kraken. While Norse mythology is ...

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The Four Main Egyptian Creation Myths

One of the many amazing things about ancient Egyptian mythology is that it’s not made out of just one mythological cycle. Instead, it’s a combination of ...

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Oni – Japanese Demon-Faced Yokai

The oni are often viewed as Japanese demons or evil spirits, or even goblins, trolls, or ogres. These beings are depicted with blue, red, or green face ...