Other Names

“House of Horus”, “Mistress of the West”, “Eye of Ra”

A hymn to Hathor says: “Thou art the Mistress of Jubilation, the Queen of the Dance, the Mistress of Music, the Queen of the Harp Playing, the Lady of the Choral Dance, the Queen of Wreath Weaving, the Mistress of Inebriety Without End”.


Deities: Aphrodite, Venus, Bat
Animals: Cow

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Other Names



Deity: Inanna, Ishtar, Anat, Sekhmet, Isis
Animal: Horse
Symbol: Naked woman on horseback with weapons, wearing atef crown or headdress with bull’s horns.

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Aphrodite Greek GoddessOther Names

Cytherea, Lady of Cythera, Cypris, Lady of Cyprus, Acidalia, Cerigo, Dione, Aphrodite Ourania, Aphrodite Pandemos


Deity: Venus, Astarte, Hathor, Inanna
Animal: Doves, Sparrows, Horses, Swans
Symbol: Girdle, Mirror, Scallop Shell, Sceptre, Pearls
Planet: Venus
Herb: Myrtle, Rose, Pomegranate

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Inanna Mesopotamian GoddessOther Names

Innin, Nin-ana, Queen of Heaven, Lady of Myriad Offices, Nin-kur-ra-igi-ga; “the queen who eyes the highland”


Deity: Ishtar
Animal: Lions, serpents, birds
Symbol: Eight pointed star or rosette, caduceus, double-headed axe
Element: Air
Planet: Venus

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Aengus Celtic God

Other Names: Áengus, Óengus, Aonghus, Aengus Óg – “Aengus the Young”, Mac ind Óg – “Son of the Young”, Maccan, Mac Óg
Deity: Tuatha Dé Danann, Maponos, Mabon ap Modron
Element: Air
Animal: Birds, songbirds
Magic: God of love, beauty, youth and poetic inspiration.

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