Todote is the Samoyed god of evil and death, identified with the Turkic god Erlik.
Ai Toyon
Ai Toyon (Sakha: Айыы Тойон, Russian: Айы Тойон) is the Yakut god of light, usually depicted as an eagle perched atop the "world tree".
Nga (god)
Among the Nenets people of Siberia, Nga was the god of death, as well as one of two demiurges, or supreme gods.According to one story, the world threatened to collapse on itself. To try to halt this c...
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Num-Torum (Numi-Torem or Numi-Turum) is the supreme god or father god of the Ob-Ugrian peoples. He is the father of the hero Mir-Susne-Hum, six other sons and one daughter. His siblings are Hotel-Ekva...
Umay (also known as Umai; in Old Turkic: , Kazakh: Ұмай ана, Russian: Ума́й or Ымай ) is the goddess of fertility and virginity in Turkic mythology and Tengriism and as such related to women, mothers ...
Zonget is a Mansi nature goddess.Zonget was known as "mistress of herds", ruling over all birds, animals and the people that hunt them. Birds and animals would allow themselves to be trapped if she or...
Bugady Musun
A goddess revered by many Siberian peoples. Bugady Musun was the patron of wildlife and the guardian of animals.
Kutkh (also Kutkha, Kootkha, Kutq Kutcha and other variants, Russian: Кутх), is a Raven spirit traditionally revered in various forms by various indigenous peoples of the Russian Far East. Kutkh a...
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The Chukchi creator-deity, roughly analogous to Bai-Ulgan of the Turkic pantheon. The Koryak refer to him as Quikinna'qu ("Big Raven") and in Kamchadal mythology he is called Kutkhu.
Ku'urkil - Wikipedia
Toko'yoto or "Crab" was the Chukchi god of the sea. Specifically, he was the creator and ruler of the Pacific Ocean. Some tribes refer to him as Anky-Kele and attribute to him the power over life and ...
Xargi, or Mangi, is the chief ruler of the underworld in Siberian mythology. Ancestor to the shamans and bear-brother of the creator god, he searches for the omi soul, which has taken a shadow form, ...
Erlik or Erlig, (in Hungarian mythology equivalent to Ördög) is the god of death and underworld in Turkic and Mongolian mythology.
According to Siberian mythology, Erlik was the first creation of ...
Among the Ket people of Siberia, Tomam was the goddess of migratory birds. She is associated with the south, warmth, and the northern migration of birds that accompanies the warmer months. In the aut...
Xaya Iccita
Xaya Iccita is the Yakut god of mountains.
The chief god of the Chukchi peoples. In Chukchi religious lore, Nu'tenut lived in a house built of iron. His retinue of attendants included the spirits of the earth, of light and darkness, of the sea...
Khaltesh-Anki is the Ob Ugrian Khanty/Mansi goddess of the earth.
Od iyesi
Od iyesi (Tatar: Ут Иясе or Ut İyäse, Chuvash: Вут Ийĕ, Sakha: Уот Иччи) is the Turkic and Mongolian spirit or deity of fire. In Turkic languages, Od (or Ot) means fire, and iye is the familiar spiri...
Kini'je is a Yukaghir deity responsible for the flow of time.
Ak Ana
Ak Ana (Ağ Ana or Ak Ene), the "White Mother", is the primordial creator-goddess of Turkic people and the Khanty and Mansi peoples of Siberia. She is also known as the goddess of the water. She was th...
Among the Tungus peoples of Siberia, Hinkon was the god of hunting and of animal life.
Quikinna'qu or Kutkinnaku is a chief deity of the Koryak mythology, part of the wider Siberian mythology. Quikinna'qu is depicted as a shapeshifting god or spirit that taught humans to hunt, fish and ...
The Yukaghir god of the sun and of justice. He is revered as the defender of the oppressed and the punisher of evil deeds. He kills evil demons with his sun-flail in hopes of bringing peace to his la...
Anapel is the goddess of reincarnation and birth worshipped by the Koryak people of Siberia. Her name means "Little Grandmother" in the Koryak language. She was worshipped at ceremonies following the ...
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Arsan Duolai
Arsan Duolai is a Yakut god of the underworld. His servant spirits are tasked with the collection of cattle and horses for sacrifices.