The Gods and Goddesses are generally broken down into 8 categories (some believe more or less).

This will be the first in an 8 part series of the Gods in their sections and what they represent.

You may choose Gods from one or all categories depending on your beliefs.

Here is a quick “breakdown” of a few of the most widely praised.

This is just a quick view to get you started or add to your patron deities. The list of Gods and Goddesses is way more abundant than anything I can provide.

Celtic Gods & Goddesses
British, Scottish, Irish, Welsh Gods & Goddesses
Chinese Gods & Goddesses
Greek & Roman Gods and Goddesses
Norse Gods & Goddesses
India’s Gods & Goddesses
Sumerian Gods & Goddesses
African Gods & Goddesses


Celtic Gods & Goddesses
Branwyn – Goddess of love, sexuality and the sea
Bridget – Goddess of fertility, feminine creativity, martial arts and healing
Cernunnos – The ‘Horned God’, God of Nature, Animals, Fertility and the Underworld
Cerridwen – Moon Goddess, Goddess of Dark Prophecy and the Underworld
Coventina  – Goddess of Rivers, Abundance, Inspiration and Prophecy
The Crone – One of the Triple Goddess Aspects, Goddess of Old Age, Winter and the Waning Moon
Eostre – Goddess of Spring, Rebirth, Fertility and New Beginnings
Epona – Horse Goddess, Goddess of Prosperity, Healing, Nurturance and Sustainence
Latis – Goddess of Water and Beer
Lugh – Sun God, God of War, Mastery, Magic and Good Harvest
Morrigan – Goddess of War, Revenge, Night, Magic and Prophecy. Queen of Fairies and Witches
The Triple Goddess – The Maiden, Mother and Crone all at once. Moon, Creator, Destroyer

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