African deities
This is a list of African spirits.
Korean mythology
Korean mythology consists of national legends and folk-tales which come from all over the Korean Peninsula. The origin may be a blend of Korean Shaministic religion, Buddhist, Chinese myths, Confucia...
Korean mythology - Wikipedia
Celtic pantheon
The gods and goddesses of the pre-Christian Celtic peoples are known from a variety of sources, including written Celtic mythology, ancient places of worship, statues, engravings, cult objects and pl...
Celtic pantheon - Wikipedia
List of Roman deities
A vast number of ancient Roman deities are known by name. The most familiar today are those the Romans identified with Greek counterparts (see interpretatio graeca), integrating Greek myths, iconograp...
List of Roman deities - Wikipedia
Xolas
Xolas is the supreme deity of the Kawésqar of Tierra del Fuego. He is said to place the soul into every body at birth, and receives it back after death to await rebirth.
Seonangdang
The Seonangdang (Hangul: 서낭당), also known as the Seonghwangdang (Hangul: 성황당, Hanja:城隍堂) are holy stone cairns or trees that are dedicated to the deity Seonangshin, the patron of villages. The Seonang...
Anti-Superstition Movement
The "movement to destroy the worship of gods" (Hangul: 미신 타파 운동 misin tapa undong, also "to defeat the worship of gods"), also described as "movement to destroy superstition", as 미신 misin is often tra...
Agdistis
Agdistis (Ancient Greek: Ἄγδιστις) was a deity of Greek, Roman and Anatolian mythology, possessing both male and female sexual organs, connected with the Phrygian worship of Attis and Cybele. He...
Agdistis - Wikipedia
Gunungshin
The Gunungsin (Hangul: 군웅신, Hanja: 群雄神 or 軍雄神) are deities of war in Korean mythology. Their origin is shown in the Gunung Bonpuri, and are not to be confused with the Janggunsin, or historical genera...
List of Australian Aboriginal mythological figures
The following is a list of Australian Aboriginal deities and spirits.
Mazu (goddess)
Mazu (traditional Chinese: 媽祖; simplified Chinese: 妈祖), also spelt Matsu and Ma-tsu, is the Chinese patron goddess who is said to protect seafarers, such as fishermen and sailors. The worshi...
Mazu (goddess) - Wikipedia
Myth of General Sineui
The Myth of General Sineui is a Korean oral myth about General Sineui, who attempted to cheat death. Unlike other myths such as the Samani Bonpuli (in which the protagonist cheated death for forty tho...
Myth of General Sineui - Wikipedia
Maximón
Maximón (pronounced maa-shee-MOHn), also called San Simón, is a folk saint venerated in various forms by Maya people of several towns in the highlands of Western Guatemala. The veneration of Maximón i...
Maximón - Wikipedia
Adaheli
Adaheli was the personification of the sun in the mythology of the Orinoco region of South America. He was troubled by the fact that there were no people on Earth, and so he descended to earth to crea...
Abira
Abira is the creator god in the mythology of the Antioquia people of Colombia.
Paleo-Balkan mythology
Paleo-Balkan mythology includes the religious practices of the Dacians, Thracians, and Illyrians. Little is known about the rituals and mythology of the Iron Age Balkans, but some of their gods are de...
Paleo-Balkan mythology - Wikipedia
Roog
Roog or Rog (Koox in the Cangin languages) is the Supreme God and Creator of the Serer religion of the Senegambia region.
In Serer, roog means sky or the heavens.Roog is sometimes referred to as R...