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HINDU GODS CHART There are four main sects within Hinduism: 1. Shaivism (in which Shiva is worshipped as the main god); 2. Vaishnavism (in which Vishnu worshipped as the main god); 3. Shaktism (in which the female aspects of god are primarily worshipped); and 4. Smartism (in which six main gods are worshipped: Shiva, Vishnu, Shakti, Ganesh, Murugan and Surya).

HINDU GODS CHART There are four main sects within Hinduism: Shaivism (in which Shiva is worshipped as the main god); Vaishnavism (in which Vishnu worshipped as the main god); Shaktism (in which the female aspects of god are primarily worshipped);

Hekate is a goddess of the crossroads, the queen of witches, the ruler of the heavens and the underworld. She is the embodiment of darkness; the moon in it’s true color. She is the maiden, the mother, and the crone; the keeper of all vast knowledge and mysteries, wisdom, strength, and truth. She is a liberated woman, free from all male-created bonds. She is mind, body, spirit; birth, life, and death. Art by Marc Potts.

Hekate is a goddess of the crossroads, the queen of witches, the ruler of the heavens and the underworld. She is the embodiment of darkness; the moon in it’s true color. She is the maiden, the mother, and the crone; the keeper of all vast knowledge.

Hel or Hela is the goddess of the underworld in Norse mythology and ruler over the dead who do not go to Valhalla. This includes those who die of natural causes and old age. She is the daughter of Loki and Angrboda, and the sister of Fenrir the wolf and Jormungandr the Midgard Serpent.”

runicbasso: “ “ Hel - Der Tod und Das Madchen by ~WintersKnight “ Hel or Hela is the goddess of the underworld in Norse mythology and ruler over the dead who do not go to Valhalla.

Hemera by Chie Yoshii. In greek mythology Hemera (Ἡμέρα- day) was the goddess of daytime and one of the greek primordial deities. She is the personification of day and the daughter of Erebus, god of darkness, and Nyx, goddess of the night

SUN GODDESS Hemera by Chie Yoshii. In greek mythology Hemera (Ἡμέρα- day) was the goddess of daytime and one of the greek primordial deities. She is the personification of day and the daughter of Erebus, god of darkness, and Nyx, goddess of the night

Ixtab, Goddess of the Rope. Mayan goddess and guardian of suicides. Associated with the eclipse, she guides the souls of those who have killed themselves, as well as women who die in childbirth, victims of sacrifice, priests, and slain warriors to the afterlife.

Ixtab - Mayan Goddess of Suicide. To our modern society, She may seem like a terrible Goddess, but in ancient Mayan society, suicide was an acceptable way for one to die; it was believed to lead them directly into paradise.

A Yoni is one of the most primeval forms of the goddess. She represents the origin of life, the womb or “secred temple” in Hindu philosophy, the creative force of the Shakti/Devi. Behind her you can see the moon phases which represent the female fertility. In this case the antlers contribute to convey the idea of the fertile uterus, From the neolithic period and before, the female archetype is frequently associated with horns and bucraniums.

Yoni is one of the most primeval forms of the goddess. She represents the origin of life, the womb or “secred temple” in Hindu philosophy, the creative force of the Shakti/Devi. She’s doing a “yoni mudra” with her hands (a symbolic hindu gesture that repr

The Goddess Lilith; c. 2025-1763 BC; Terra-cotta relief; height 19 5/8"; from the Isin-Larsa period; Lilith was the baleful goddess of death (she was also possibly the screech owl from Isaiah 34:14); she holds a looped cord (the symbol of human life or the way in which she takes life); originally, her body was painted red, 1 owl black and the other red, the manes of the lions were black; the scales at the bottom represented the sacred mountain; Ancient Mesopotamian

Ishtar is the Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of fertility, love, war, and sex. She is the counterpart to the Sumerian Inanna and to the cognate north-west Semitic goddess Astarte. The lion was her symbol.